This event is being postponed - tentatively to August 6th.
SPACE Jam, presented by Vic Bailey Subaru with live music by Amanda Platt and the Honeycutters at the FR8YRD in downtown Spartanburg.
This will be an evening to celebrate conservation in Spartanburg and the 30th Year Anniversary of SPACE. VIP guests will enjoy farm-to-plate heavy hors'doeurves, unlimited libations, access to the upper deck, and seating in the front three rows of the FR8YRD. Amanda Platt and the Honeycutters will be given access to the upper deck as well so VIP patrons will have a chance to mingle with the band.
General Admission guests will enjoy an exceptional show with an option to purchase beer/wine and food from the FR8YRD.
As always, this is a low-waste event and we will be serving food and beverages out of compostable containers. Thank you to the FR8YRD and Atlas Organics for making this happen!
Many thanks to our presenting sponsor: Vic Bailey Subaru for all they do for SPACE! Also, the Johnson Group, FR8YRD, Atlas Organics, Arken Media, Neue South Collective, Spartanburg Water, ALine Interactive.
And to our local farmers from Lily Mae Organics and Colonial Milling.
SPACE hosts a multitude of events throughout the year. As an organization focused on land conservation and environmental protection, we’ve launched an initiative to focus on sustainability efforts during our fundraisers and small events. With help from local composting company, Atlas Organics, we’re making composting a priority at our two big fundraisers (Bonnamoo and A Shucking Good Time). Thanks to local artists Frankie Zombie and Maggie MacDonald, you won’t miss the compost cans at these events! Want to help make our events more sustainable? Share a ride and bring your own non-glass tumblers with you. Working together we can make an impact!
The 4th Annual "A Shucking Good Time" presented by Spartanburg Regional Healthcare System raised $30,000 for SPACE to support our mission of land conservation. 3K was raised for the Cottonwood Trail Boardwalk Restoration Project. Thanks to our composting efforts, 838 pounds of waste was diverted from the landfill.