Sponsored by the Storytelling Arts Center of the Southeast - 131 South Main Street, Laurinburg, NC 28352
Festival held at the North Carolina Rural Heritage Center- 13040 X-Way Road, Laurinburg
Go south on Main Street.
Turn right onto W. Church.
Go one mile and turn left onto 15/401/501 South.
Proceed .6 miles and turn right onto W. Boulevard.
JBH is one mile down the road on left.
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Mesmerizing. Captivating. Dramatic. If you have never experienced the on-stage performance of storytelling, you owe it to yourself and your family to join us for The Storytelling Festival of Carolina, an annual event held this year on October 21-22, 2017.
The festival begins on Friday evening at the Storytelling and Arts Center of the Southeast at 131 South Main Street, in Laurinburg. There, visitors can preview each of the festival's featured national and regional tellers in an olio program. (This event is free if you have a weekend ticket!)
On Saturday morning, the scene changes to the North Caolina Rural Heritage Center. Get ready to be utterly spellbound for two days as internationally renowned and honored performers spin their magic and touch every emotion from laughter to horror to tears. (Yes, they're that good.) Best of all, while our event has become a highlight in the world of storytelling (drawing performers and spectators from all over the globe), we have kept the intimate setting that assures you will be one with the performers.
This festival also offers food, crafts, and resources for the storyteller's art. Also, Saturday night offers a music and storytelling Gala back at the Center.
Pre-festival pricing available. Family packages and single day ticket are also available.
Click here for more information on the Storytelling Festival.