Freeloaders: Free fall into fall
Freeloaders: Free fall into fall Events for the week of Sept. 19-Sept. 25

This Thursday marks the first day of fall, a.k.a. the most wonderful time of the year. If y'all don't love the heck out of all things pumpkin patch, football, and…


Freeloaders: A day late and a freebie short
Freeloaders: A day late and a freebie short Events for the week of Sept. 13-18

Hey y'all, we had a real Monday yesterday, ya know, the kind where you forget to post Freeloaders. Without further ado, all the good free stuff CHS has to offer,…


Weekend Roundup: Yippee Fri-yay
Weekend Roundup: Yippee Fri-yay Events for the weekend of Sept. 9-11

The weekend is here. It's Friday, or Fri-yay, whatever your particular presence. There's a breeze in the air, the sun is up, and the city is teeming with activities. Get…


Weekend Roundup: Sup, Hermine?
Weekend Roundup: Sup, Hermine? Events for the weekend of Sept. 2-Sept. 4

Happy Labor Day weekend, everyone. We hope this inclement weather will pass over soon so that we can enjoy our extra day of fun. Rain or shine, Charleston still hosts…


Weekend Roundup: The last one before football, huzzah!
Weekend Roundup: The last one before football, huzzah! Events for the weekend of Aug. 26-28

You know what this weekend is, right? It's the last weekend before football starts. Raise your hand if you're excited about all of that ... soak in summer while you…


  • Sounds of September
    Sounds of September
    Thursdays, 6-8 p.m. Continues through Oct. 6 | Mt. Pleasant Towne Centre

    Come out to Mount Pleasant Towne Centre for free, live music events all month long, hosted by 103.5 WEZL. Sounds of September brings you music, food, beer and wine in a pet- and family-friendly atmosphere. Bring your own chair and join for music from different artists every week like Haley Mae Campbell, Southbound 17, Eddie Bush, and Lauren Hall. The finale with with Bootless to benefit Louie’s Kids costs $15.


  • The Importance of Being Earnest
    The Importance of Being Earnest
    Sundays, 3 p.m. and Through Oct. 1, 8 p.m. Continues through Oct. 2 | Flowertown Theater

    The classic play by Oscar Wilde re-imagined.


  • Moonshine County Line
    Moonshine County Line
    Thursdays-Saturdays, 8 p.m., Sundays, 3 p.m. and Tuesdays, 7 p.m. Continues through Nov. 12 | 34 West Theater Co.

    A group of local riffraff help save the town as roadhouse melodies light up the night in this play, a musical inspired by the movie O'Brother Where Art Thou?


  • Isle Of Palms Connector Run and Walk for the Child
    Isle Of Palms Connector Run and Walk for the Child
    Sat., Oct. 1, 6 a.m. | Isle of Palms Connector

    The 5K/10K IOP Connector run and walk will kick off on Oct. 1, benefiting Windwood Farms, an organization that provides a safe home for boys. Registration price starts at $25 and goes up based on registration date, and pre-race packet pickup will be on Fri. Sept. 30, 11 a.m.-7 p.m. at East Cooper Medical Center located at 2000 Hospital Drive, Mt. Pleasant.


  • Cooper River Rodeo
    Cooper River Rodeo
    Sat., Oct. 1, 12-8 p.m. | Cooper River Brewing

    Celebrate the first birthday of Cooper River Brewing. This Oktoberfest style shindig will have food trucks like Rebel Taqueria and Immortal Lobster, live music, and lots of cold beer.


  • A Tall Tail
    A Tall Tail
    Sat., Oct. 1, 7-9 p.m. | Sottile Theatre

    This is the tall “tail” of International Ballroom, the greatest collection of friends that ever were. Join Owl and his pals as they are blown by the whimsical winds of the moon in search of interesting characters to be part of their dancing family. This lighthearted ballroom dance production will keep your toes tapping with the smooth sounds of the waltz & foxtrot and the rhythmic percussion of the Latin dances.


  • Latin American Festival
    Latin American Festival
    Sun., Oct. 2, 12-6 p.m. | Wannamaker County Park

    Celebrate the electrifying atmosphere of the Latino World at Wannamaker County Park, with live Salsa and Merengue dancing and live music by Banda Techno Caliente as well as authentic Latino food and crafts. No pets or coolers will be allowed, and ages 12 and under are free.


  • Dirty Dancing
    Dirty Dancing
    Oct. 4-5, 7:30 p.m. | North Charleston Performing Arts Center

    Watch the classic film Dirty Dancing come to life at the North Charleston Performing Arts center.


  • Downward on the Deck
    Downward on the Deck
    Sundays, 10 a.m. | The Pour House

    Evolve Holistic Health and Fitness and the Charleston Pour House present Downward on the Deck: PoHo Yoga every Sunday before the Sunday Brunch Farmers Market. All levels are welcome and guests should bring their own mats.


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