City of West Columbia’s Fall Back Fest to Showcase New Art on State

By October 31, 2017 Headlines

City of West Columbia’s Fall Back Fest to Showcase New Art on State

West Columbia, SC (October 31, 2017 at 3:54 PM) — The City of West Columbia is hosting the 2nd Annual Fall Back Fest on the 100 Block of State Street on Friday, November 3, 2017, from 6 PM – 9 PM with live music from After 10, food and beverages from Pawley’s Front Porch, Café Strudel, State Street Pub, 116 Espresso + Wine Bar, and Terra.

State Street will be immersed in art. While parking, stop by to take a selfie at the new art mural by Alicia Leeke at the #artonstate #seemeonstate wall behind Terra. Live street mural paintings by Alicia Leeke, B.A. Hohman, Lucas Sams, Anthony Brown, Dre Lopez, Michael Dantzler, Karl Larsen, Sammy Lopez, Michael Cassidy, and Michael Krajewski will be created in front of Frame of Mind.

Pictured above: Alicia Leeke, Art on State Mural Artist

Businesses on State Street will also have specials for the event in conjunction with the State Street Shopping Holiday Open House and the State Street Art Crawl.

Traffic will be reduced to one lane from the 100 – 200 Blocks of State Street beginning at 12 PM on Friday, November 3, 2017, in preparation for the event. At 4 PM until approximately 11:30 PM, State Street will be closed from Center Street to Court Avenue.

Parking information can be found here: We encourage guests to drive responsibly and call an Uber, Lyft, or taxis if needed.

The City of West Columbia is situated along eight miles of the beautiful lower Saluda and Congaree Rivers. Known for being friendly, welcoming and affordable, the city also has top-level schools and a myriad of dining and shopping options, as well as exemplary health care options that are within a three-mile radius. The area is ideal for commerce, thanks to its business-friendly attitude, low taxes and utility rates. The City is concentrating on economic development and is eager to attract business start-ups and/or relocations. Additionally, major interstates, highways, the airport, and Columbia are just minutes away. When it comes to recreation, West Columbia offers kayaking, canoeing, tubing, parks, waterfront concerts, 8.5 miles of walking and biking trails, and much more, including access to the renowned Riverbanks Zoo, Botanical Gardens, and Waterfall Junction. More information is available at