The hours listed here are incorrect.
Wed - Fri: 4:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Sat - Sun: 11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Taken from their FB page.
These guys are a blast and they are all great musicians as well! Check em out if you can.
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Be part of the fun!
Good event could only sample 4, portions were more then a taste. Nice venue for this type of event though it might have been more comfortable indoors with air conditioning. Stayed till 8:30 would have stayed longer to enjoy the music if there were tables to sit at. Will do it again next year.
Kindly also watch and share: "A Success Story - Transcendental Meditation at an Inner-City School" (7:56; www.YouTube.com / excellent!) Thanks, Bill
I went to the East Coast premier a couple weeks ago, and I'm thrilled this is coming to Charleston! I can't wait to see it again. I just pre-registered.
Sunday is a live broadcast of their final performance. Wed and Thur are rebroadcasts.
We're thrilled to have CODA https://www.facebook.com/codaband along for the wild ride!
See you Saturday August 16th!!
Great show! One correction: the Evita at the Dock Street Facebook page does not list a show on Wednesday July 2nd. However, the other dates are correct
This is the most happening joint in town on a Wednesday night!
Do not miss Kate and Sam Are Not Breaking Up. Make some reservations at Muse the Mediterranean restaurant next door before the show. The show is dark and hilarious. -Joe D
The bee demonstration this weekend (5/31/14) at the Market features Larry Sexton of Charleston Bees and Honey, one of the most seasoned apiarists in our area.
Peter's brand of storytelling is as captivating as it is unique. He relives rather than retells his tales, bringing high drama to stories packed with Southern folklore, humor, and intrigue. Highly recommended.
Most unreal time with music and fans, the security were straight Nazis and pricks to everyone all night long!!!! The music was on time though!
The stunning new Duvall space on Azalea Drive is one of the best kept secrets in the Lowcountry. The building is huge, with different kinds of kitchens all over the place, including; their enormous catering kitchen where the catering company and their fleet of chefs prepare for their countless parties and events, but also serves as host kitchen for several of the area's most popular Food Truck chefs to prepare their offerings. There's also a party room with a Chef's show kitchen, as well as a chilled, FDA approved food prep kitchen for processing food for shipping and storing. To top things off, they've got a new state of the art Cabaret-Dinner Theatre with shows by Charleston's own Midtown Productions that rival Broadway - which also serves as an event space. Check it out!
This is a wonderful farmers market.They offer great food,gifts,produce and lovely orchids
Mommafest 2014 (April 19, 2014)
Voted “best of” each year Momma’s Blues Palace was a magical place. Always the home of great music, Momma and the Blues Palace became legend. Momma and Poppa DuPree have always tried to give back to the community that made their dream come true. To that end each year they staged “Mommafest” for various worthy causes. Each year “Mommafest “was s a huge event featuring the very best music, food, fun and good times.
Momma’s closed its doors to make way for development in 2004, but now, together with Smokey’s Place the tradition continues. Proceeds will go to the Ronald McDonald House and Music will run from Noon until 1:30 AM. Some of the very best bands around have graciously volunteered their talents. Their will be vendors of every description and as usual at Smokey’s the food will be awesome. Their will also be some great prizes.
Don’t miss this opportunity to have a great time and rekindle a grand tradition.
Momma and the Redemption
Port City Prophets
Big Daddy Cade and Bootsay
The Muddy Kings
Taste Like Chicken with Rhonda Maples (winner of the Low Country Blues Challenge)
Smokey Wiener and the Hot Links
Incredible show! How very lucky we are to have Sebastian in Charleston.
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