Please read over all the COVID-19 policies and procedures before arriving the the event.
Masks are recommended during the event to reduce the spread of COVID-19.
All guests will have their temperature checked before entering the event.
Guests are asked to maintain social distance from others.
Only tables will be available for purchase to reduce the risk of spread.
Sanitizer will be available in multiple locations across the bridge and guests are encouraged to utilize it at every opportunity.
Will individual tickets be sold to the October event?Yes, individual tickets will be sold.
What if the event is cancelled?Should the event be cancelled for any reason including but not limited to, increase in COVID-19 cases in the area, inclement weather, or instances beyond our control, all ticket sales will be considered a charitable donation and distributed to the beneficiaries chosen prior to the event.
What is the refund policy?All purchases are final and a charitable donation to Carolina Together. The only exception to this is if you are showing symptoms or test positive for COVID-19. Please contact us up to 12 hours before the event and we can offer an 80% refund of the single ticket.
Is there a minimum age requirement to enter the event?Yes, all guests must be at least 21 or over.
What are my transportation and parking options for getting to and from the event?We work with local businesses and organizations to secure parking areas near the West Columbia and Columbia sides of the bridge. On the Columbia side parking is available at the South Carolina State Museum. In West Columbia, parking is available at Carraway Park or the Capital Square lot behind Egg Roll Station.
Myself or an individual in my party may require special assistance on the bridge. Are accomodations available?For individuals in need of assistance getting to the bridge from the parking areas, golf carts will be circling both lots and able to transport you to and from the event.
Is the event ADA compliant, accomodating idividuals in wheelchairs?"The bridge event is open and accessable to wheelchair bound guests with ADA compliant restrooms available.
Are there vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free meal options?"A single meal option to accommodate vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free diets is provided by the caterer. Upon purchasing your ticket, guests should be prompted to note whether they'd like the vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free meal option. The alternative meal option needs to be noted prior to the event to ensure proper preparation and supplied quantities.
I did not select the alternative meal option at check out and I need an alternative meal. What do I do?Email us at GSBD@carolinatogether.org ASAP and we will be happy to take care of you.
What do guests usually wear to the event?Guests attire usually ranges from Sunday Best to something a little more formal. PLEASE NOTE: Exposure to the elements is high on the bridge, and you'll want to dress according to the forecast for the late afternoon into the evening. The temperature can change quite quickly once the sun goes down, and its always a little bit windy. You may also want to add sunglasses to your list of "what to wear" for when the sun begins to set. Last but not least - wear comfortable shoes! you are likely to walk the length of the bridge many times throughout the evening, and there's dancing.