Summers closing fast, and before you know it winter will be here. Instead of feeling sorry for yourself this weekend how about you drag your lethargic self of the couch and get out there and force yourself to reenter society. We've even made an event guide for you to make it that much easier for you to have some fun one last time before you hibernate.
Friday Celebrate Labor Day in the most American way possible — by watching some baseball. It's your last chance to see the Charleston RiverDogs during their regular home season so be sure to root them on.
If you’re looking someplace to listen to some classy tunes this weekend you’ll definitely want to go to the Lowcountry Jazz Festival. Sway to classics on a moonlit pier at the Moonlight Mixer Friday night.
If you want to get your groove on this Friday be sure to catch Al Purple Haze & The Rhythm Machine.
Horror-core band Twiztid is playing at the Music Farm tonight. Google faygo and see what all the juggalos want to be drinking.
Saturday Want to see some creepy crawlers this labor day weekend? Repticon! side winds its way into town with snakes and other reptiles.
Reward your tastebuds as Craftsman Kitchen taps into the beer with a cult following at the Mexican Cake Summer Tap Out.
In the mood for a movie? Check out Venus and Serena on Saturday at the Old Village Community Center.
Take your bike out for a cause at the Charity Motorcycle Ride to Prevent Suicide on Saturday.
Support a good cause and get some goods out of the deal at the Surf and Art Sale fundraiser at Parrot Surf shop.
Want to see a bunch of little tiny hot dogs competing in the name of charity? Then you’d better check out the Wiener Dog Race.
Release your inner angler this Saturday at the Cooper River Challenge Fishing Tournament.
Support local music in an awesome setting at Locally Grown on Green at Awendaw Green.
Sunday Looking to get your party on this Labor Day? Dress in all white and hit up Mad River Bar & Grille’s An All White Affair! Is your Super Soaker gathering dust and nostalgia in the corner? Well break it out the big guns on Sunday at Deluge.
Monday Obviously you can head to any one of our fine beaches to celebrate your day off of work, but you could also act like you were in New Orleans and head to Labor Day Funk with Ivan Neville's Dumpstaphunk w/ Wadata.