Georgia And South Carolina Fans Set For Border Bash Festival In Augusta

Georgia And South Carolina Fans Set For Border Bash Festival In Augusta

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Georgia And South Carolina Fans Set For Border Bash Festival In Augusta


Georgia and South Carolina fans may not agree on much when it comes to football, but they can certainly get together for a party prior to their annual SEC clash.

Border Bash, the yearly festival held along the banks of the Savannah River in Augusta, Georgia, attracts thousands of Bulldogs and Gamecocks before the border rivals game. This year, the event celebrates its 25th anniversary on Friday, September 7.

The exciting evening is filled with music, entertainment and lots of food. Featuring UGA & USC cheerleaders, each school’s mascots – Hairy Dawg & Cocky as well as vendors from around the Southeast, not only is Border Bash a great time, but the money raised at the event benefits many worthwhile causes.  The Border Bash Foundation’s mission is to raise money for Children’s Charities in the greater Augusta area.

Border Bash is held at Augusta Common and the gates open at 4:00 p.m. Music this year includes Whiskey Run with Special Guest Tokyo Joe. A golf tournament also takes place and new for 2018 is a 64 Two-Man Team Cornhole Tournament. Tickets are $10 in advance and can be purchased at www.borderbash.net and all Augusta area Sprint Food Stores and Communigraphics in North Augusta.

Support a great cause, get a selfie with a cheerleader and have a lot of fun in Augusta Friday night. Then catch No. 24 South Carolina and No.3 Georgia at 3:30 p.m. on Saturday in Williams-Brice Stadium and the CBS television network.

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