Music & Heritage Festival

McComb Music & Heritage Festival
APRIL 27th and 28th, 2018

The McComb Music & Heritage Festival will be a fun-filled, two-day event taking place at various venues around downtown McComb, including the Palace Theater, St. Andrew’s Mission, the State Theater, Pike County Little Theater, Big Daddy’s Blues Club & Cultural Exchange, and more locations. For this one weekend, downtown McComb will turn into the premier Arts & Entertainment District in Southwest Mississippi.

Friday night, the festival begins with a special dining experience at St. Andrew’s Mission. Enjoy a multi-course French dinner prepared by Chef Clay Russell, followed by dancing to French Jazz. To get your tickets, click HERE.

Kick off Saturday morning with a sidewalk parade around downtown, with stops at pop-up art galleries and interactive art workshops.

Enjoy an exhibition of works by McComb Watercolor Group artists Susy Sanders, Donna Smith and Bonnie Wimberly at Topisaw General Store and an exhibition of works by Southwest Mississippi Arts Guild members at St. Andrew’s Activity Center.

Enjoy a contemporary interpretation of ‘The Jungle Book’ presented by the South Pike Drama Club at State Street Theater and Shakespeare’s ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ presented by and at the Pike County Little Theater.

All genres of live music – from Gospel and Country to Blues and Rock – will be featured at both The Palace Theater and Big Daddy’s Blues Club. A full schedule of performers will be added soon. We are pleased to present Lillian Axe as the headliner act on The Palace stage at 7:30pm.

Dining and drink options for Saturday include a special menu at The Caboose (combo tickets to dinner and the play at PCLT will be available) and extended hours at both The Broadway Deli and Topisaw General Store.