The Carolinas Song Festival has been an Easter tradition in the Carolinas since the 1960's.
The Easter concerts featured the first host group "The Harvesters Quartet" and later the "Singing Americans."
The late US Congressman Bill Hefner (also Harvesters tenor singer) emceed the programs
until his death in 2009.
Over the years the very best of gospel talents have graced the stages singing the timeless gospel message.
What a way to celebrate the Summer! Join in with one of the most celebrated concert series in the Carolinas.
The Carolinas Song Festival returns with the Squire Parsons (with his timeless hit Beulah Land),
featuring the legacy quartet the Envoys, Charlie Griffin and you.
July 21, 2018 at 6pm. Don't miss this night of gospel music in the Charlotte Metro-region!
Notes about Carolinas Song Festival:
The Carolinas Song Festival history of promoting gospel music in the Carolinas
was founded and hosted by Bill Hefner and the Harvesters Quartet,
later promoted by Charlie Burke and the Singing Americans.
Today, Charlie Griffin continues the sixty year legacy of the Carolinas Song Festival promotions.
Founding date 1958 by Bill Hefner
Easter Concert the Saturday evening before Easter weekend.
Fall Concert, the Saturday evening before Thanksgiving week.
Summer Concert, the third Saturday in July.
Previous concert posters: