Weekend Round-up: Gotta Get Down 

The best events in Charleston June 20-22

We hate to admit it but, some days we just need a like Rebecca Black in our life. Granted, those days are mostly Fridays, but we feel her exceptional lyrical prowess is the only thing that can truly convey our enthusiasm when we make it to the end of the week. Many a time, you may catch us regretfully singing, “It's Friday, Friday, gotta get down on Friday.” But you won’t find us staying in this weekend. We’ve got everything from more World Cup viewer enjoyment at Chucktown BikeDown to Friday Night Cookouts, so go ahead and you get down.

If you’re a fan of Whose Line Is It Anyway? then you’ll definitely enjoy Improv Smackdown.

Eat, drink, and be merry at Friday Night Cookouts.

Dance the night away and learn a few new moves at East Cooper Shag Club Shag Party.

The Kopecky Family Band performs at Party at the Point.

Saturday New York Times best-selling author Mary Alice Monroe will be signing copies of her latest book, Summer Wind.

Chase the sun — but only figuratively speaking — at the Summer Solstice 5K.

Having Bonnaroo withdrawls? Check out Solust: Summer Solstice Music Festival for some good tunes and even better vibes.

We always thought racism was no joke, but then we discovered The Most RACES Show on Earth.

Kayak races, fishing tournaments, games, face painting, and more can be found at SummerFest 2014.

You’ve got to be kitten us – it’s already time for Pet Helpers Monthly Adopt-a-Thon again?

Wildlife junkies and Swamp People fans alike can rejoice because Alligator Adventure is a safari that shouldn’t be missed.

Whirlin’ Waters are opening their doors to people with special needs and their families as well as caregivers at After Hours Swim Night.

Fans of band DangerMuffin and Mama’s Love can party it up at ‘Solstice Muffin’ A Summer Solstice Music Celebration.

Catch the South Carolina premiere of Mona Lisa Is Missing.

Sunday Peanut butter and jelly, eggs and bacon, and beer and yoga are all great combinations. What, you don’t believe us about the beer and yoga? Then try it out for yourself at Bendy Brewski Yoga.

Hop on your bike to watch more World Cup fun at Chucktown BikeDown.

Help out your fellow furry man at Barn Jam to Benefit Pet Helpers.

We're not scientists, but we think it's impossible to actually turn into a blueberry, a la Violet Beauregarde. But you can try to turn your tongue a nice shade of blue at the Lowcountry Blueberry Festival.

Take yourself out to the ball game when the Charleston RiverDogs play the Kannapolis Intimidators.

Babies smashing cake. You don't need to know anything else about the first anniversary party at The Orange Spot.



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