This year keeps on keepin’ on. How is March halfway over? This mid-month weekend offers lots of opportunity for partying and relaxing, or maybe both.
Friday Can’t find a partner to let you perform a Hot Charlie? Maybe you should just go to a Hot Charlie performance instead. The Mill is hosting the punk rock band from Summerville.
Atlas Road Crew is playing at Palmetto Brewing Co. Join the Crew at the brew to hear actual hard, nasty rock.
Fashion Week starts next week, so let the folks from Cavortress offer some styling tips. The Pre-Fashion Week Event will offer 15 percent off items in-store.
If you love any part of oral tradition, from Homer to bedtime stories, check out the Charleston Tells Storytelling Festival.
Don’t fall through the gap, instead go to The Space Between Things exhibit opening.
Charleston Fashion Week judge Sebastian Smith’s exhibit makes its Charleston debut.
King Dusko hosts the premiere of America Street, a local short film. The screening will be followed by hip-hop and a silent disco.
Saturday Celebrate St. Patrick with tons and tons of Guinness. Check out all the events here.
Charleston’s hipsters needing new vinyl should bike over to the Record Expo.
Eat some pancakes for a good cause at the Rutledge Cab Co. Pancake Breakfast. Proceeds go to Life Management Center, which addresses literacy issues.
If you watch Trailer Park: Myrtle Manor, catch the cast being roasted by FooBoo.
Heard of Panic at the Disco? What about Panic at the Music Hall? The popular venue is screening a Widespread Panic documentary.
Rise from the ashes of your morning hangover to hear Charleston Symphony Orchestra playing Stravinsky’s Firebird this weekend.
Oysters, music, and charity sounds like the perfect Charleston afternoon. Hope on Goat invites you to relax on Goat Island while fighting childhood obesity.
Sunday Whether your week has been stressful or you just need to align your chakras, Cannon Park is the place to catch a DJ, a yoga session, and refreshments.
The Charleston County Parks and Rec Commission is having “Customer Appreciation Day,” or as we like to call it, “Get into Parks for Free Day.”
Lunacy is back! Vodoo’s popular event will feature a DJ and blacklights. Did we mention clothing is optional?
What is all this here nonsensical rhetoric proposin’ a “new Charleston?” If you yearn for a simpler time, consider attending the Powder Magazine’s historical concert by candlelight.
Catch the penultimate day of Charleston Film Festival.