Weekend Round-Up: Go outside dammit 

The best events in Charleston

Finally, a truly warm weekend forecast. For the love of pete, head to the beach. But if you’re looking for something else to do, we can point you in the right direction.

Friday is the first Friday of the month. Why does that matter? Duh, because of First Fridays on Gallery Row. This month has openings at Robert Lange Studios, Carolina Galleries, SCOOP Studios, Hamlet Fine Art Gallery, Ella Walton Richardson Fine Art Gallery, the Sylvan Gallery, ML Gallery, Corrigan Gallery, and others.

This Saturday is the first farmers market of the year. Head to Marion Square for your fix of fresh fruits and vegetables, plants and flowers, and plenty of great food.

Rory Scovel, a Charleston Comedy Festival vet, performs his stand-up routine on Friday night at Theatre 99. Andy Haynes opens. Vickery’s has Pig Pickin’, featuring a whole roasted pig, with proceeds benefitting the Charleston Pride Festival. The CSO Spiritual Ensemble will present A Spiritual Matinee at the Circular Congregational Church on Saturday.

If you’d prefer to stay inside and in a chair, this weekend is your last chance to catch Center Stage of College of Charleston’s Wait Until Dark. And Four Rooms, the ‘90s flick, featuring segments by four writer/directors and starring Tim Roth, Quentin Tarantino, Antonio Banderas, and Madonna, plays at the Olde North Charleston Picture House on Saturday night.

And don’t forget Easter. We’ve got your round-up of bunny-themed events right here. Journey tribute band Frontiers will play at the Music Farm on Saturday night.

Don’t stop believin’.


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