Visitors as well as residents enjoy entertaining events like Renofest, Jazz Carolina, and Saturday Markets. Occasions like these are held frequently to show what Darlington County has to offer in relation to its arts, entertainment, and cultural heritage. The visual and performing arts of Darlington County play a vital role in keeping each town’s artsy element alive for residents and add to the unique experience that visitors come to expect.
300 E. College Ave.
147 W. College Ave.
222 N. Fifth St.
The Center Theater
214 N. Fifth St.
Black Creek Arts Council
116 W. College Ave.
Dedicated in 1926, Dargan Amphitheater seats more than 800 and is located on the campus of the old St. John's High School (Corner of North Main Street and Park Street). Located on the banks of Swift Creek Dargan Amphitheater has been used for outdoor plays, concerts, graduations, and May Day celebrations. The acoustics are excellent and Dargan Amphitheater is currently maintained by the Darlington County School District.
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Yet another legend speaks of a young Northern architect, J.L. Klickner, who was asked to design a house for Colonel Samuel Hugh Wildes in 1857....