The Temptations are one of the most-famous Motown groups to emerge during the 60’s and 70’s. They have produced a number of hits including “Ain’t Too Proud to Beg,” “Just My Imagination,” “My Girl,” and “Papa Was a Rollin’ Stone.” Known for their unique singing style and dance moves, The Temptations Review with Dennis Edwards continues to draw record-breaking crowds. Legends of Beach will perform all of the beach music classics, and Jim Quick and Coastline will entertain with their own brand of rhythm and blues. It will be an unforgettable night of music and dancing beginning at 6 p.m.
Paired with this unbeatable musical event, Blue Ridge Fest will host the “Largest Cruise-In in the Upstate” on that same Friday night. With as many as 600 classic cars on site, the event offers an unbeatable combination of great music and great cars. Combined with plenty of delicious food, it promises to be an evening for the whole family to enjoy.
Blue Ridge Fest will continue on Saturday, May 15, with a charity motorcycle ride through the beautiful mountains and foothills of Upstate South Carolina. All proceeds from the weekend will go to support local charities. Since 1998, more than $950, 000 has been raised to benefit charities in the local community. The 2010 Blue Ridge Fest selected charities are: Foothills Alliance, Golden Corner Food Bank, Haven of Rest Ministries, Helping Hands of Clemson, Mary’s House, Miracle Hill Children’s Home, Prevent Child Abuse of Pickens County, Residential Service Parent & Family Club, Rosa Clark Medical Association, Sabrina House Children’s Charity, Samaritan Health Clinic of Pickens County, Shriners Hospital for Children, and Tamassee DAR School.
For more information or to purchase tickets for the event, visit www.blueridgefest.com.