Weekend Round-Up: Superstitious Celebrations 

The best events in Charleston Sept. 13-15

Freaky Friday is for the birds. Get out and celebrate this weekend and don't let the superstitious nature of Friday the 13th stop you from having some fun. That being said, it does provide a great theme for some partying.

Friday Rose and Ruins tattoos are offering $13 tattoos (plus $20 tip) to commemorate the unlucky holiday. Stop by the Summerville or Charleston location to get inked.

Cha Cha's hosts a Skulls and Skills party with none other than DJ Fred Krugrr.

Not into skulls? Tides on Folly is hosting its second annual Luau, complete with pig roast, live music, and a buffet. 

Before you head to Tides, try Namaste Folly for some yoga and a potluck meal.

A Place Both Wonderful and Strange turns the music from David Lynch's Twin Peaks into pop-pop-electronic gold.

Learn about the Lowcountry staple that has been appearing on our plates for centuries at the Rice Harvest forum.

Saturday See three sea turtles returned to the wild in the morning.

The Chucktown Showdown happens on Saturday morning. See the gauntlet be thrown at the Stand-Up Paddling Board competition.

Hop in your car and park at Brick House Kitchen or catch one of the free shuttles to Band Together for ALS.

Double your concert do-gooder status and hit up the Lt. Dan Band Benefit Concert to raise money for the Independence Fund.

What better way to enjoy the new movie Drinking Buddies than with some barbecue and beer? We couldn't think of anything better either.

See the burlesque-inspired show Carnivalesque at the Threshold.

Catch Rachel Kate at the Charleston Music Hall for her album release party.

Sunday  Today is the last day to take part of Charleston's Restaurant Week. Enjoy the last day of deals and start your food week off right.

If the Chucktown Showdown got you excited about SUP, head to James Island County Park for the "One Design" National Championship.

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