Weekend Roundup: Springing into the weekend 

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They're racin beds! Hallelujah, they're racin' beds!

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They're racin beds! Hallelujah, they're racin' beds!

After a cold and wet winter, it seems like we've come out on the other side alright, doesn't it? With the forecast pretty clear over the next few days, just a chance of rain on Sunday, don't sit inside and do nothing all weekend. Check out our picks for this weekend and go sit outside and do nothing. You've earned it.

Friday

Think you know who's got the best jerky in town? Tonight is the 3rd annual Jerky Off at Elliotborough Mini Bar.

The Battling Bishops out at Bishop England tackle that Olivia Newton John Travolta classic, Grease.

It's the final weekend of the C of C Theatre's production of "Home on the Mornin' Train" at the Chapel Theatre.

Cartoonist David Gildersleeve has sketched his way into the pages of Playboy and Crescent Review, but this evening he's at The Art Mecca of Charleston.

You'll have a seriously funny time at Raul's Maya del Sol in Park Circle with tonight's Dinner and Standup.

It's time for Mellow Mushroom's monthly block party, this time they're joining with South of Calhoun (SoCal) and Revelry Brewing Co. for the late-night fest.

The guys from Atlas Road Crew will host a nice, loud Southern rock show tonight at Music Farm as they celebrate their new album release.

Out on Johns Island? The Red Top Ramblers have bluegrass tonight at Seanachi.

Saturday

Get up for a good cause and head to Brittlebank on Saturday for Water Missions International's annual Walk for Water.

Mellow Mushroom Avondale takes the menu back to 1974 with their Disco Brunch. Don't forget to dress up

Rock it over to the Music Hall for Charleston Jazz Orchestra's tribute to Herbie Hancock.

It's opening night for the Charleston Battery out at Blackbaud Stadium on Daniel Island as they take on Toronto FC II.

Just $5 American will get you into the Tin Roof tonight for Don Merckle and the Blacksmiths.

Tonight at Music Farm, Zeppelin tribute band Zoso will play until the levee breaks.

It's the final weekend to catch the Charleston Stage production of "The Underpants," written by comedian Steve Martin (yes, that one.)

Sunday

Does your bed have four wheels and very little body roll around turns? Bring it to the 6th annual Charleston Bed Race at Blackbaud Stadium this afternoon.

You won't want to miss the Nikki Lane and Shakey Graves show tonight at Charleston Music Hall.


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