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Charleston Current Events June 13-15

Charleston Current Events June 13-15

Friday June 13th

The World Cup – Soccer enthusiasts will unite on Friday evening with the start of the World Cup! Various bars and restaurants will be hosting World Cup parties including The Alley, Mellow Mushroom DT, Mad River and HoM just to name a few.

Palmetto Brewing Loading Dock Concert Series – Every Friday night all summer long, Palmetto Brewing Loading Dock hosts an outdoor concert. Free to the public! You’ll enjoy food trucks from around town and cold, delicious beer straight from the brewery for purchase. 5:30pm, Palmetto Brewing Loading Dock, 289 Huger Street

Josh Brewer at Bay Street Beirgarten – Join Charleston native singer-songwriter Josh Brewer for a night of soulful, modern folk and brews on tap at the beirgarten. The show is free and beer and food is of course, available for purchase. 6pm, Bay Street Beirgarten

Saturday June 14th

8th Annual Charleston Duck Race – Over 30,000 rubber ducks will be dropped into the Wando River off the I-526 bridge to race through the currents to the finish line on Daniel Island! All in an effort to raise money for the rotary clubs of Charleston, these rubber ducks are available for adoption/entry. The first 35 ducks to cross the finish line will receive a prize and the winner will receive a new Toyota Camry! Festivities on Daniel Island include food trucks, live music and jump castles, face painting and carnival games for children. 10am (ducks drop at 11:30am)

Flag Day Burger and Beer Festival – Head to Holy City Brewing Company to celebrate Flag Day with the best burgers and beer in town. Restaurants will come together serving up their finest burger, paired with Holy City Brews. Proceeds go directly to Pet Helpers. 12pm, $10 donation for a ticket.

Charleston Battery Soccer Game – If you’ve been excited about soccer and the World Cup this weekend, head out to Daniel Island to watch our own, professional soccer team go up against the LA Galaxy II. 7:30pm

Sunday June 15th

Plantation Paddle – Go on a guided tour of the Santee River and Wambaw Creek is an while exploring the history of the rice culture. Hampton Plantation State Historic Site and Nature Adventures Outfitters is hosting a kayak tour of the hand-dug irrigation canals of Hampton Island, one of the main ricefields of Hampton Plantation. You’ll also get a guided tour of the plantation house.