The finale to Artista Vista 2023


Benefiting the Columbia Arts Community

Sponsored by LS3P, Intramed Plus, Smith Howell & Associates

Sunday, April 16th, 2023

Experience the best of Columbia’s vibrant culture and support local art organizations at “Live On Lincoln 2023“, a unique event happening in Columbia. This event features live performances by Midlands arts and cultural organizations and a delicious dinner provided by Blue Marlin, served at tables on the cobblestones of Lincoln Street. Don’t miss out on this one-of-a-kind event.


Tables: $500 – $800
Single Tickets: $100

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1200 Lincoln St, Columbia, SC 29201

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Sun: 05pm ‒ 08pm

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During the event, Blue Marlin provides a sit-down dinner. Each table will receive a complimentary bottle of red and white wine.

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Sunday, April 23rd

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Seating will be available at 5 pm

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Performer: Mark Rapp- Cola Jazz Foundation

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Performers: Ashley Horvat, Damir Horvat, Sarah Steeves, Dusan Vukajlovic- SC Philharmonic

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Performers:Bonnie Boiter-Jolley, Nicolas WhitePerformers

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