Freeloaders: Free > Fee 

The week’s best freebies Sept. 15-21

Whether it is music, art, or food related, we all come running when we hear the word “free.” We think we can all agree that — most of the time — we'd rather spend $10 on a few drinks than on an entrance fee. This week is packed full of free music performances, festivals, and art shows so you can save your extra cash for the uh, more important things.

Monday Make your way to the Vendue Hotel to view a variety of artwork represented by six of downtown’s contemporary art galleries. 

Interested in becoming a volunteer at for the cooking school at Southern Season? Today they are holding orientation and class sign-up. Important side note: appetizers will be served.

Lily Slay from the Royal Tinfoil is a Monday favorite at Brickhouse Party Plantation.

Tuesday For lively music performed by lovely ladies, you’ll want to check out She Returns From War at the Tattooed Moose.

Catch a free screening of Hector and the Search for Happiness at the Terrace Theater.

Scope out local fruits, veggies, flowers, and more at the Mt. Pleasant Farmers Market.

Wednesday Swing dancers should swing by Prohibition to enjoy live music by The Drifting Troubadours.

Maybe you’re looking for something a little more indie. If so, Mammoth Indigo is performing at The Sparrow. 

Another live music option is to see Steven Sandifer and Whitt Algar jammin’ out at Surf Bar.

Thursday The Omar Shrine Temple is hosting the Mt. Pleasant Business and Community Expo. Local restaurants will serve dinner and Lyndsey and Friends will perform live music.

Donate blood at the blood drive held at the Citadel Mall and receive a coupon for a free haircut and two passes to the Charleston Greek Festival.

Laugh at comedians and their new jokes at Theatre 99’s Blast Off?

Americana artist Caleb Caudle will perform at The Sparrow.

Friday The seventh annual Autumn on the Ashley, an open air craft fair, begins. Check out a variety of art media all weekend.

The Dunder Chiefs and Steady Hand String Band will perform folky, soulgrass music at Palmetto Brewing Co.

George Pate will be visiting the Wells Gallery to paint live for two days. Walk through the gallery, meet Pate, and watch him at work.

For more free art viewing, check out the Art Walk at Freshfields Village on Kiawah Island this weekend. 

Saturday Sometimes you just feel the urge to be productive on the weekends. Help Sea Grant and the S.C. Department of Natural Resources clean up our beaches, swamps, and more.

Take the kids out to Marion Square for the Little Mozart Circus for live performances, interactive activities, and more.

Celebrate East Cooper Community Outreach’s 25th anniversary with live music, a climbing wall, an art bus, and food. Oh, and the event is BYOB. 

Beach it all day at the Sunset on Summer Bash and listen to live music by Jamisun, enjoy specialty cocktails from Peligroso Tequila, and watch movies Stoked! and Jaws after the sun sets.

Sunday The OPEN Arts Expo, held at the Cistern, is a must-go event. Enjoy a Luke Cunningham performance, interactive booths, dance, and more. 

March down King Street with fellow activists to promote awareness of climate change.


Comments

Showing 1-1 of 1

Add a comment

 
Subscribe to this thread:
Showing 1-1 of 1

Add a comment

Classified Listings
Most Viewed

Powered by Foundation   © Copyright 2016, Charleston City Paper   RSS