16th Annual Homegrown Weekend: August 10-11

16th Annual Homegrown Weekend: August 10-11

Starts: August 10, 2018

Through August 11, 3018
@ Volvo Car Stadium

Mark your calendars for August 10 and 11 for the 16th annual Homegrown Weekend! Hootie & the Blowfish will be returning to Daniel Island at the Volvo Car Stadium to take the stage for two days of music and fundraising to celebrate their South Carolina roots. This year, the show will open with direct support from the… Continued

The Charleston Mosquito Fleet

The Charleston Mosquito Fleet

The fascinating Charleston Mosquito Fleet is one of the many incredible stories that make up the history of the Holy City. Hardy sea men, these fearless sailors would leave from downtown each morning in small wooden boats and return in the afternoon with fresh seafood to sell to the people of Charleston. The Mosquito Fleet… Continued

Charleston Beer Week: September 7 – 15

Charleston Beer Week: September 7 – 15

Starts: September 7, 2018

Through September 15, 2018

Charleston Beer Week is 50+ events, over nine days (Sept 7-15, 2018) taking place all over the Charleston tri-county area. As a participant, you can attend any event that tickles your fancy. Celebrating the craft beer scene as a whole, Charleston’s incredible breweries will be represented, along with regional and national participants. For more info,… Continued

Join the Fun: 2nd Sunday on King Street

Join the Fun: 2nd Sunday on King Street

Join the fun on the second Sunday of every month, when Charleston closes King Street for the afternoon. From 1-6 pm, stroll slowly down one of our city’s most beautiful streets and shop special sales and events. Restaurants pull tables outdoors for some fun al fresco dining. This unique event gives everyone the opportunity to… Continued

Summerville: Flowertown in the Pines

Summerville: Flowertown in the Pines

Just up the road from the hustle and bustle of Charleston, sits the quaint town of Summerville. Its name evokes its colorful history, as it was first inhabited in the late 1700s by Charlestonians and Lowcountry residents as a respite from the summer heat, mosquitos and disease. From May to September, city and plantation families… Continued

Leisurely Pursuits & Grand Entertains: August 31 & September 1, 10am – 4pm

Leisurely Pursuits & Grand Entertains: August 31 & September 1, 10am – 4pm

Starts: August 31, 2018

And September 1

Which sports were popular in Colonial America?  How did gentlemen, ladies, and children amuse themselves in the 18th Century when invited to Middleton Place on a summer afternoon? And what about enslaved Africans, who despite their oppression, found time for leisure? The interactive programs and demonstrations on both days will offer an incredible range of… Continued

Visit a Charleston Area Farmers Market!

Visit a Charleston Area Farmers Market!

Attracting visitors and locals alike, the Charleston Farmers Market is located in Marion Square, between King and Meeting Streets at the edge of Calhoun Street. Between 8am – 2pm every Saturday, you’ll find a variety of local produce, plants, herbs and beautiful fresh flowers. Also discover local art and talent over a delicious breakfast or… Continued

The Fall Tour of Homes: October 4-28, 2018

The Fall Tour of Homes: October 4-28, 2018

Starts: October 4, 2018

Through October 28, 2018

Every year, The Preservation Society of Charleston brings The Fall Tour of Homes to our city, giving tour goers a chance to experience the beauty behind the doors and walled gardens of some of Charleston’s most historically significant and beautiful homes. This year’s tours run from October 4-28. Different properties are featured each day, so… Continued

35th Annual MOJA Arts Festival: September 27 – October 7

35th Annual MOJA Arts Festival: September 27 – October 7

Starts: September 27, 2018

Through October 7, 2018

2018 marks Charleston’s 35th annual MOJA Arts Festival: A Celebration of African-American and Caribbean Arts. Selected as one of the Southeast Tourism Society’s Top 20 Events for many years, the MOJA Arts Festival promises an exciting line-up of events with a rich variety of traditional favorites. The upcoming festival is scheduled for Thursday, September 27… Continued

Playing at “The Joe”: Charleston Loves Baseball

Playing at “The Joe”: Charleston Loves Baseball

@ Joe Riley Stadium

Visit Riley Park or “The Joe” and enjoy one of America’s favorite pastimes – baseball! Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Park, named after the long-time former mayor of Charleston, is home to the Charleston RiverDogs and The Citadel baseball team. The former mayor is an avid baseball fan who is often in attendance having escaped the… Continued