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  • Mayor Benjamin talks Famously Hot New Year, calls Columbia 'New Southern hot spot'

    Mayor Steve Benjamin talks about Columbia's annual Famously Hot New Year celebration and this year's acts. Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue will headline this year's event, with Sister Hazel opening for them. In keeping with tradition, FHNY will also feature a local band, with Columbia-based band Capital City Playboys opening for Sister Hazel.

Mayor Steve Benjamin talks about Columbia's annual Famously Hot New Year celebration and this year's acts. Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue will headline this year's event, with Sister Hazel opening for them. In keeping with tradition, FHNY will also feature a local band, with Columbia-based band Capital City Playboys opening for Sister Hazel. Flock and Rally
Mayor Steve Benjamin talks about Columbia's annual Famously Hot New Year celebration and this year's acts. Trombone Shorty & Orleans Avenue will headline this year's event, with Sister Hazel opening for them. In keeping with tradition, FHNY will also feature a local band, with Columbia-based band Capital City Playboys opening for Sister Hazel. Flock and Rally

How I Go Columbia: Capital City Playboys

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