Weekend Round-up: Labor Pains 

The best events in Charleston Aug. 29-31

It's a magical trifecta of a weekend. College football is back, it's a three-day weekend, and the weather has been absolutely killing it all week — and will hopefully stay. 

Friday There's more to jazz than jazz hands. Find out at the Lowcountry Jazz Fest, which runs through Sunday.

TheChive.com is throwing a party at the Alley.

Before comedian Vince Fabra says "I do," he's going to take the stage at the Music Hall for a marital-themed routine. 

Charleston's theater scene is red hot with two shows opening this weekend. Catch The Lyons at Woolfe Street Playhouse and You Can't Take It With You at Dock Street.

Fridays and dance parties just go together. Head to the Tin Roof for J. Rocc with DJ D!Z.

Saturday Who says summer has to be over because it's Labor Day? Celebrate eternal summer — or at least the mindset — at the Endless Summer film screening and party.

It's the penultimate home game for the Charleston Battery. Head to Daniel Island to cheer them on.

Comedian Duncan Trussell stops by Theatre 99.

There's no such thing as too much shrimp and grits. See how much you can eat at the Shrimp and Grits Cookoff.

Sunday Red's hosts a fundraiser for the Charleston Animal Society. Live music, drink specials, and pups — happy Sunday to all.

While you're over by Shem Creek, head to the Shelter for their two-year anniversary.

Spend the day down by the river with the sweet sounds of jazz floating through the air.

If you didn't get your shrimp and grits fill at the cookoff, maybe some shrimp and grits beer is just what you need at the Sustainable Seafood Institute's dinner at the Granary.

Grab your Super Soaker and head to the Joe for Deluge, a water fight mixed with a concert.


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