Weekend Roundup: These Charleston events are NOT canceled 

Joaquin the line between puddles and floods

click to enlarge The moon's gravitational pull combined with large amounts of water falling from the sky closed East Bay Street many times this week

Dustin Waters

The moon's gravitational pull combined with large amounts of water falling from the sky closed East Bay Street many times this week

With record rainfall in our midst, we know you might not make it out of the house this weekend, but if you're looking for something fun (and more importantly dry) to do, check out what we've found still going on. Thankfully, there are indoor concerts, art exhibits, and beer fests around town. Make sure to check our roundup of canceled events to stay up to date on this wet weekend's happenings.


Theatre 99 welcomes Dusty Slay, two time Charleston Comedy Festival Stand Up Winner, for a hilarious one-night performance at 10 p.m. Come early to check out improv jam at 8 p.m.

Nathan Durfee will be at Robert Lange Studios from 5-8 p.m. for the opening reception of his newest installment of pop-surrealist work.

Closed For Business is holding a weekend long Oktoberfest from 11 a.m.-11:45 p.m. each day with German craft beers and tasty German cuisine.

If you're looking for free booze and great art, join the Charleston Gallery Association from 5-8 p.m. for their quarterly art walk. As of 3:47 p.m. Art Gallery Association president Julie Dunn says the artwalk is still on with many galleries participating.

The boatyard bash is appropriately named because you may need a boat to get to Bohemian Bull from 4-10 p.m. to try some of Blue Point Brewery's beers.

PoHo is rockin' tonight and they're evening using #Joaquinparty to celebrate. Join them at 9:30 p.m. tonight for Bonerama, New Orleans Brass Funk Rock. Bring the funk.

One Man, Two Guvnors opens this weekend with shows at Woolfe Street Playhouse at 7:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday and 3 p.m. on Sunday.

Catch the last night of PURE Theatre's Rapture, Blister, Burn at 7:30 p.m.


Art for Arthritis D'vine Affair is a benefit art show featuring work created by local artists and kids with arthritis along with auctions, music, cocktails, and appetizers beginning at 7 p.m. at the Memminger Auditorium.

Tonight at 7:30 is your last chance to catch What If? Production's hilariously strange play Baby with the Bathwater at the Threshold Repertory Theatre.

At 9 p.m. the Royal American will have a $5 show with a whole slew of bands: David Childers, Mike Martin, Paleface, Another Man's Trash, and Ripley & the Ghost.


Charles Cook will be performing at Stereo 8 to celebrate his Album Release Party.

Don't miss Charleston singer/songwriter and American Idol finalist Elise Testone as she performs an Amy Winehouse Tribute set at the Pour House starting at 9:30 p.m.

Hip hop group Death Grips will play at the Music Farm at 9 p.m.

Guest chef Fuyuhiko Ito will be at O-Ku serving up a special delectable menu.

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