Border Bash celebrates 30th anniversary Sept. 15

(Featured photo courtesy Border Bash Facebook page)

NORTH AUGUSTA – The 30th Anniversary of Border Bash will be Friday, Sept. 15 at SRP Park.

A partnership between SRP Park and the Border Bash Foundation was created in 2019 to bring this event to North Augusta for family-friendly fun to kick off the Georgia – South Carolina football rivalry weekend, according to a news release from the Augusta GreenJackets.

The Mason Jars.. Courtesy photo

The Georgia and South Carolina cheerleaders and mascots will be on-hand to perform and meet the USC and UGA faithful.  Live music will feature the Mike Veal Band and The Mason Jars to entertain fans throughout the night. In addition, there will be vendors and concessions throughout the park.

“We are thrilled to be continuing the partnership with the Border Bash Foundation here at SRP Park,” said Augusta GreenJackets VP Tom Denlinger, in the news release. “College sports are so important to the CSRA community, and the rivalry between USC and UGA is an integral part of the sports world here in Augusta. We look forward to seeing you in red and white or garnet and black at SRP Park.”

Tickets are available now at the SRP Park Box Office (187 Railroad Ave, North Augusta) or online by visiting and General Admission tickets are $15 in advance and $20 the day of the event . Military and students will receive $15 admission at the gate with proper ID. All children 12 and under receive free General Admission with a ticketed adult. VIP tickets – which include food, drinks & access to the covered VIP area – will be available for $100 each in advance and $125 at the gate while supplies last for those 21+ years old . VIP tickets for those under 21 will be available for $25 and children 3 and under will receive free VIP admission with a VIP ticketed adult.

Parking in Riverside Village for Border Bash will be $5. Parking can be pre-purchased online when purchasing tickets at, or at the SRP Park Box Office. 

Border Bash was created to celebrate the football rivalry between border state schools – the University of South Carolina and the University of Georgia – while supporting CSRA children’s charities and clubs. Over the years The Border Bash Foundation has contributed over $985,000 to worthwhile causes across the area. 

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