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Events for the weekend of March 14-16

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Whether you are in the mood for music, art, food, or just plain fun, we have rounded up the best events of the weekend to keep you busy. Bring a jacket tomorrow and Sunday — today's balmy weather promises to get chilly.

Friday

Check out John Waters’ one man show over at Charleston Music Hall, talking about the crazy films he has made.

It’s the first annual Green and Gold Oyster Roast over at Gadsden House, so make sure to grab your tickets to fill up on oysters and beer.

Catch a free concert by the Charleston Symphony Orchestra Woodwind Quintet starting at 7 p.m.

Look at some fish while supporting local eateries at the Taste of Black Charleston, featuring tastings, libations, and entertainment starting at 7:30 p.m.

Jam out at the Charleston Jam Fest with artists Frankie Beverly, Tank, Ginuwine, and

We the People is an art show promoting peace and harmony among the world’s races, with paintings, sculptures, drawings, and more at Fabulon.

New play Pounding Nails in the Floor with my Forehead opens today at 8 p.m. over at the Community Theatre in Summerville.

If you’re looking for some deals on clothes, be sure to explore the Charleston Repeats consignment event where there’ll be items for your bean to teen.

In the mood for live music? Head to Biergarten to listen to Americana tunes of Chris Boone w/ guest James Frolio.

Jeff the Brotherhood plays with Dear Blanca and ET Anderson at the Royal American for some rock, alternative, and indie tunes.

Saturday

Footlight Players Theatre is putting on Love, Sex, & the I.R.S. at 8 p.m., a story of two people trying to pull one over with their taxes.

Southern Select Pop Up shop will be over at the Cigar Factory from 1-6 p.m., with live entertainment and an assortment of child and lifestyle items.

It’s the second of the Sk8 Charleston’s grand opening events, with food, music, and live skating entertainment at the new facility.

It’s the annual St. Paddy’s Day Block Party and parade in North Charleston, with food from local restaurants and food trucks, art, a kid’s zone, vendors, and a huge block party with live music.

And don't forget about the pups. St. Paddy's Pawlooza at Wannamaker County Park kicks off at noon.

It’s the opening night of The Southern’s latest exhibitions After Midnight in the Dynasty and Fatal Links, with artwork by Tonya Gregg and Juan Logan.

Hunter Gardener’s one man show Drinking with Jesus explores his faith in a comedic way, 10 p.m. at Theatre 99.

Win some cool prizes and experience some free classes at Barre Evolution to celebrate their one year anniversary.

Drink your way through Folly Beach for their St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl, where you can take part in great food, drink specials, and contests.

Head to North Charleston Coliseum to see the Stingrays play the Everblades starting at 7:05 p.m.

Get healthy at Live Well Fest in Mt. Pleasant, with healthy food, speakers, music, and yoga to promote living a holistic life.

Sunday

The How and The Why explores science, family, and the survival of the fittest at the South of Broadway Theatre, starting at 3 p.m.

Join Hagan Fine Art Gallery for Second Sunday, as they present featured artist Olessia Maximenko painting a self-portrait.

Low Tide Brewing Co. is celebrating one year, with a carnival-themed birthday party featuring a mechanical shark, jump castle, food, live music, and of course, beer.

Magnolia Plantation is hosting their Magnolia Music Festival with music from the Garage Cuban Band and special guests.

Tin Roof hosts their 4th annual BamBOOZEled event, with local stand-up, improv, musicians, and overall hilarity from 6-11 p.m.

If you’re feeling seafood this weekend, there are plenty of oyster roasts, including Vickery’s, Bowen’s Island, and the Race & Roast at Oakland Plantation.

It’s Second Sunday again on King St., so be sure to take a stroll and check out the great stores and restaurants downtown has to offer.





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