Lowcountry Parrot Heads Host their 14th Annual Mardi Carwl on 2/24

On Saturday, February 24th, The Lowcountry Parrot Head Club will host their 14th Annual Mardi Crawl on Shem Creek. The event will once again support numerous charities.

Registration and check-in starts at noon at Red’s Ice House. The crawl begins at 1 pm and includes food/drink specials, interactive games, and live entertainment. Attendees can travel by foot, complimentary shuttle, and/or water taxi.

After the crawl, attendees are invited to Red's for live music by Three Sheets Island Band. 

Participating restaurants include:
  • RB’s
  • Red’s Ice House
  • The Shelter
  • Shem Creek Bar & Grill
  • Vickery’s
  • The Wreck

Proceeds from this year's crawl will benefit the Alzheimer's Association of South Carolina, Pet Helpers, and other local charitable organizations.. Over the past 13 years, the event has raised more than $125,000 for local charities.

Admission is $25 if purchased in advance here. Otherwise you can buy tickets for $30 at the event. Registration includes an event t-shirt. Register before February 12th to guarantee your t-shirt, or they will be available at the registration desk while supplies last on the day of the crawl.

On Friday night, February 23rd, there will be a pre-party at RB’s featuring food and drink specials, and music by DJ Gerry Scott. The party runs from 6 pm to 9 pm. 

On Sunday, February 25th, there will be a post-brunch on Sunday, February 25th at Shem Creek Bar & Grill.

This year, Shem Creek Inn will serve as the event's host hotel, offering a special discounted room rates for Mardi Crawl attendees. The price of rooms available will range from $159 to $179 a night, depending on the room selection. To find out more about the special rate and to book your stay, visit LCParrotheads.org or call 843-856-8817, and use the promo code "PAR."

The Lowcountry Parrot Head Club was established in 1997 for residents in the Charleston area who are interested in the music of Jimmy Buffett, a variety of social activities, and a chance to volunteer for local community and environmental causes.


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