Weekend Round-up: Bruisin' for a Brewsin' 

The best events in Charleston Feb. 21-23

All we're thinking about this weekend is beer, which isn't actually any different from any other weekend. It's just that this time there's a bunch of beer-related events to make our dreams a reality. Oh yea, we've got some art, comedy, and music events too — but we'll be doing those with a side of brews.

Friday Put down the Beats by Dre headphones and give your eardrums some tranquility by attending the Charleston Symphony Orchestra Concert Chorus Winter Concert.

If you're already having wildlife withdrawals, check out Abstract wild-life painter Betty Foy Bott's SEWE exhibit that's still on display at the Michael Mitchell Gallery, fo' free.

The String Rays are hitting the ice to take on the Cyclones in everybody's favorite multi-tasking contact sport. Nab a close seat while you still can, especially in the event that a fight will break out.

Be apart of the audience for the taping of Rory Scovel's first comedy special, Religion. Politics. Drugs. 

Jump down the rabbit hole to the Sottile Theatre where the Columbia City Ballet will be stage their performance of Alice in Wonderland.

The Pulitzer Prize-winning play Next to Normal will be on Charleston Stage. This musical's ride will make your family seem comfortingly functional in comparison to this one.

Brewvival may be sold out, but you can still party like you're going with some pre-Brewvival events — and even one post Brewvival event too.

Saturday Soak up the intriguing Gullah culture when you make your way to Johns Island for the De Gullah Roots Festival

Folly Beach will look a lot like Bourbon Street when Folly Gras strikes. 

Support your right to party while supporting the Feline Freedom Coalition with this mutually beneficial and Mardi Gras-themed event. 

The Carolina Challenge Cup is getting going with the Charleston Battery and The Seattle Sounders ripping up some turf.

That Sochi stuff is infectious, Pure Theatre is even putting on a play entitled Russian Transport

Sunday Southerly Restaurant and Patio wants to give you and the kids a Sunday pancake breakfast, sans the pain-in-the neck clean up part. 

Make Sunday Funday more about personal well-being and less about pounding as many bottomless mimosas as you can at Blue Heron Acupuncture's "Journey Through the Chakras" workshop, which focuses on self-discovery through yoga positions, reflexology, and aroma therapy.

Fleet Fest is setting up camp again in the Fleeting Landing parking lot. This pet friendly event will roast oysters and grill sliders. 

Ben Moise to hosting the Fourth Annual Frogmore Stew Feast which will fundraise for The Footlight Players.

Oyster roasts are clearly in full swing and the Keepers of The Wild have caught on. Their fundraising roast will include a silent auction and baby animals to pet.

Wrap up your weekend and crush Monday anticipation with trivia at Manny's Neighborhood Grille.

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