Go to https://www.facebook.com/events/1741504827… or SavageSaturday.com for more information!
Show starts at 9! Live Hip Hop!
dropping this price to $40. Still have about 16 seats to fill. That's a hell of a good bargain!
Made it 6 courses and 6 beers
Here's da menu folks
Mexican Lager: Authentic Pork Flauta with a traditional Mole sauce and Avocado-Corn Salsa garnished with cotija cheese
Summer Solstice: Seared Duck Breast over grilled South Carolina Peaches with candied Pecans and Grand Marnier Reduction
Hop Ottin IPA: Cold Chicken and Shrimp Thai Salad with Daikon Radish, carrot, scallion, peanuts and noodles over flash fried sesame cabbage
Brothers Double: Slow Cooked Rosemary Roast Beef over Marscapone fingering potato mash with rosemary jus and roasted hazelnuts
Wild Turkey Bourbon Barrel Stout: Bison Brisket Burger topped with smoked gouda pimento cheese, caramelized Shallot Aioli and Sage Mustard on a toasted sesame bun with bourbon candied bacon
Imperial Amber Barleywine: California Fig and Borough Market Stilton Tart with Balsamic-Brown Sugar Whipped Cream
Go see Kellie Jacobs beautiful pastels at Coco Vivo on Broad Street they are to die for!!!!!!
Also " Captain McGregor" (Joshua Sapakoff and Chris Williams) performed as the opening act.
What is great is there is so much opportunity to check out great art. for example in Marion Square there are over 80 artist with there gorgeous art work on display through the entire festival. In particular go check out Kellie Jacobs art at tent # 27, it is fantastic you will all love it!!!!!!!
Wolf Lord is actually playing in place of The 33's, doors are at 7 and show starts at 8, and admission is only $5.
This sounds GREAT. Wish I could attend - but I am in the film briefly.
its weigh station... not weight station. hope to see yall there
We're sorry, but the event on May 16 has been CANCELLED. If May 30 doesn't work for you, please check www.abcte.org/drupal/teach/events to find another event in your area.
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Swing Jazz dance band, She Goes He Goes, live tonight! https://www.facebook.com/HotJazzSwing
With the exception of 2 months back, I've never missed a show since moving to the Charleston area about 2 years ago. The cast is nothing less than passionate about their work. Every month I go, there is ALWAYS something new that they bring with them. Whether it be new lighting, or some prop swaps to keep each other on their toes during the show.
The members of Back Row Productions have never been afraid to mix and mingle in the hour before the show. They're exceptionally friendly, and I have never had a moment where it was difficult to speak to any of them. The show is also rather interactive. Countless hours have been put into every show they perform, and I enjoy every moment I'm there.
If you have seen the movie before, and want to attend a shadow cast performance, I HEAVILY recommend going to the Cinnebarre in Mount Pleasant, SC on the first Friday night of the month. They have never cancelled, and have never had a delay.
If you have attended the show, but can't find anywhere close to enjoy the picture, come to the Cinnebarre.
If you have NEVER seen the show, and you want to see what all the hype's about, come to the Cinnebarre.
Back Row Productions will not disappoint you, I promise.
In honor of the great Frankie Manning, we are having a live Swing band every Sunday in May, culminating in a grand finale on the 26th with Classic Memories Big Band!
This show is the 8th. Can you fix?
My grandson will love the bull riding.
Not sure why I only get email about these events until after they happen. But I guess I can put them on my calendar for next year. Unless they are one of a kind, in which case there may or may not be coverage so I can determine if someone noticed I did not attend.
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