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Charleston Events September 6-8

Charleston Events September 6-8

Charleston Events September 6-8

Friday, September 6

  • The Sound of Charleston. Charleston’s history has influences from all over the world–Scotland, England, France, and Africa, to name a few–and there’s no better way to experience it than through song. Experience the number 2 attraction in Charleston according to TripAdvisor.com. This Charleston event is held at the Circular Congregational Church in downtown Charleston (150 Meeting Street) and begins at 7 PM. Tickets are $28 for adults, $25 for seniors and military, $16 for students, and free for children 12 and under. Order tickets here.

  • Sherlock Holmes and Charleston History Mystery. What happens when a comedy troupe combines Britain’s most famous detective and the intrigue of Charleston’s storied past? You get an interactive play that will have the entire family guessing who’s the culprit. Adults are $24, students and military are $22, and children under 12 are $15 for this Charleston event. Black Fedora Comedy Mystery Theatre. 164 Church Street (downtown).

  • Party at the Point. The 80’s are back this week at Party at the Point as the Dave Landeo Band takes the stage. Come ready to dance! Gates open at 5:30 p.m. and the band plays at 6:30. Cash bar. Cover charge $5 per person. Don’t forget your blanket or beach chair.

  • Atlantic Room Sustainable Seafood Dinner. The South Carolina Sustainable Seafood Initiative partners with the chefs at Kiawah Island’s The Atlantic Room restaurant to bring you a meal that showcases responsible use of the ocean’s bounty. All ingredients used are local; the seafood in the dinner was caught according to the Sustainable Seafood Initiative’s guidelines. This five-course meal is $75 per person and includes a wine pairing with each course. 6:30 p.m. The Atlantic Room at the Ocean Course, Kiawah Island. For reservations, call 843-266-4085.

 

Saturday, September 7

  • Fort Sumter Sesquicentennial Tour and Dinner Cruise. Experience one of the most pivotal moments in American history as the Battle of Fort Sumter is recreated on the 150th anniversary. You’ll witness a re-enactment, then have a three-course Southern dinner on board the Spirit of the Lowcountry where a Civil War historian will be available to answer questions.  Tickets are $65 per person. Boarding begins at 5:30 p.m., and the boat departs from Liberty Square at 5:45. The tour and dinner will end at approximately 9:00 p.m. $65 per person.

  • Shaggin’ on the Cooper. A local favorite, Shaggin’ on the Cooper nearly always sells out. Dance the night away this weekend to the Coastal Breeze Band for the final Charleston event in this summer series.  Gates open at 7:00 and the music begins at 8:00. Mount Pleasant Pier. $10 per person.

  • Shaggin’ on the Cooper. A local favorite, Shaggin’ on the Cooper nearly always sells out. Dance the night away this weekend to the Groove Train as this summer series kicks off.  Gates open at 7:00 and the music begins at 8:00. Mount Pleasant Pier. $10 per person.

 

Sunday, September 8

  • Strings and Stanzas. Support the local arts community while listening to the Yuriy Bekker String Quartet and renditions of famous poetry performed by members of the Footlight Players and the Actors’ Theatre of South Carolina. 3:00 p.m. Footlight Players Theatre, 20 Queen Street. Reception afterwards in Philadelphia Alley with catering by Jean Carlton. Tickets $35 general admission and $50 for premium seating. Purchase tickets online.