By Jeff Walker, Entertainment Writer
We at Holy City Sinner thank you for your patronage and hope 2021 is an awesome year for our followers. We continue to provide you current news and helpful items that keep you up on the Holy City and provide information that might be useful to our followers.
We at Holy City Sinner wish all low country moms a safe and Happy Mother’s Day. Enjoy your time in the spotlight. It is well deserved!
Some live music clubs are now open and offering up live music. Check below. Please double check with venues before venturing out, since things change so quickly nowadays. Hope you find something to do with friends or family this weekend. Things change rather quickly during the pandemic.
Another example that we are getting back to normal soon is the return of semi-pro baseball in Charleston. Your Charleston Riverdogs continue their six-game series against Myrtle Beach Pelicans is highlighted by opening night festivities, a Rays welcome party and bobblehead giveaway! Yeah! Games Friday at 7pm, Saturday at 6pm, and Sunday at 5pm. This is a home run for baseball fans and all looking for something fun to do! The Riverdogs play at Joe Riley Stadium. For more visit https://www.milb.com/charleston
On Saturday at 7:30 pm, Charleston Opera Theater will host a performance of “The Tragedy of Carmen” at the Hanahan Amphitheater 3100 Mabeline Rd. in Hanahan. Socially distanced seating will be as follows: Bring your own seating general admission for$40, reserved square for up to 4 people for $160, VIP square with chairs provided for up to 4 people for $200. Food trucks & drink concession available at 6pm. Tickets go on sale and will be available through www.charlestonoperatheater.org or www.citypapertickets.com.
The Hanahan Farmers and Vendors Market Public hosted by Hanahan Recreation Department take place Friday 5-8pm at 1255 Yeamans Hall Rd, Hanahan. Food Trucks, Live Music and amazing vendors! Bring the entire family.
Firefly Distillery 4201 Spruill Avenue in North Charleston is bringing back national and regional musical acts for its third socially-distanced concert series, Safe Sounds at Firefly powered by REV Federal Credit Union. The 21+ event runs from April 17 – June 26 offering 10 x 10 VIP “Safe Sounds Squares” for 4 guests to watch the concert from their 4-acre field. Attendees will enjoy live music, beer + wine and food truck fare from the sprawling fields of the new Firefly Distillery in Park Circle. Chairs & blankets welcome, but no dogs, children or outside food & drink. Saturday it’s Runaway Gin with their tribute to Phish.
Sunday from 1pm-2pm at the Revelry Brewing Co. 10 Conroy Street enjoy a 1 hour tour guided by a knowledgeable Revelry staff member at two locations. Enjoy a draft pint at each location during the tour. Enjoy samples drawn directly from the fermentation tanks and Oak Foeders. Take 15% off of all merchandise purchases made same day of tour (w/receipt). Tickets $40. More at https://revelrybrewingco.com/brewery-tour/brewery-tour-april-18-2021/ Call (843) 376-1303 for more.
Boone Hall Plantation is open with adjusted days and hours of operation. They’re open Thursday-Friday-Saturday 9-5pm 9am-5pm and Sunday 12pm-5pm. One price includes all tours. Admission is $26 for ages 13-64. Seniors-AAA-Military tickets are $23 and Children 6-12 are $12. Children 5 and under are admitted free with accompanying adult. www.boonehallplantation.com for details.
Estuary Beans & Barley located at 3538 Meeks Farm Rd, Johns Island not only serve up great beer and coffee, they also host food trucks on the weekend. This weekend enjoy food from the Crystal Coast Seafood Food Truck. Check out their schedule here. https://www.estuarybeansandbarley.com/events?view=calendar&month=01-2021
Edmund’s Oast has brought back Champagne Fridays 11am – 8pm at their location at Edmund’s Oast Exchange, 1081 Morrison Drive in downtown Charleston. Offering a different grower Champagne by the glass all day, every Friday on the patio! For details call 843) 727-1145.
Many of Charleston’s favorite theatre groups and live comedy clubs offer live streaming of shows and plays. Please check them out for additional opportunities for events, and things to do.
More happening this weekend than normal. Check it out!
The Sea Island Farmers Market takes place every Saturday 9:30-1:30pm at 2024 Academy Rd. on Johns Island. Dozens of local vendors offering up produce, baked goods, arts & crafts, and more. For more visit their site https://www.seaislandfarmersmarket.com/
Live improv comedy at Theatre 99 is back! See more info below.
If you just want to get out of the house their are of course city parks open as well as most area golf courses. Sunny days are welcome for walking the beach, bicycling, jogging, maybe tossing the frisbee, or getting in a round of golf. Check with golf courses for certain restrictions. Plus Park Circle in North Charleston offers a nice disc golf course.
Due to the ongoing situation related to COVID-19 in South Carolina, the West Ashley Farmers Market will open as an essentials only market on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Ackerman Park, located at 55 Sycamore Avenue. Vendors and patrons will be required to wear masks and maintain social distancing throughout the event, and to follow all other CDC protocols related to COVID-19. This new, essentials-only format will feature farmer and grower vendors exclusively, including Gruber Farms, Robert Fields Farm and Oliver Freeman Farm. No prepared food vendors, entertainment or other activities will be included.
Middleton Place, the ancestral home of two Founding Fathers and site of America’s oldest landscaped gardens, has reopened to the public. Ticket pricing has been revised, as well. Lowcountry Tri-County residents pay $26 while non-locals pay $29 per adult. However, if you purchase online, tickets are $20, a 30% discount that also allows for nearly contactless admission. Details at https://www.holycitysinner.com/2020/06/04/middleton-place-reopens-gardens-stableyards/
Bowling alleys are now opening. Royal Lanes in Goose Creek is practicing safe protocols and are ready to welcome you to enjoy bowling with family and friends. Plus they have large arcade and restaurant & lounge. Reduced rates during the day and late night specials. Call 843-572-2695 for more or visit https://royallanes.net/
If you’re a fan of history, especially military & naval history than it might interest you that Patriots Point Naval Maritime Museum is open to visitors this weekend. Click here for more details. https://www.holycitysinner.com/2020/05/21/patriots-point-to-fully-reopen-may-22/
Wild Ropes Adventure Park is open this weekend, offering a lot of fun. Wild Ropes which offers great team building experiences and more. For full details click https://www.wildblueropes.com/
Forte Jazz Lounge is alive this weekend. Enjoy First Fridays with Alva Anderson. On Saturday sisters Gracie & Lacy perform the music of Judy Garland & her daughter Liza Minnelli. Shows at 7pm & 9:30pm each night. For more visit https://www.fortejazzlounge.com/
Terrace Theater at 1956 Maybank Hwy on James Island is open this weekend. ‘Wrath of Man’ starring Scott Eastwood is at the Drive-In this weekend beginning at 8:30pm. Also showing Friday night is ‘Rocky Horror Picture Show’ at 9:30pm. The classic song & dance film ‘Singin’ In The Rain’ plays at 4pm. For new releases and more check their site https://terracetheater.com/
Looking for something fun and different for the kids. Check out Velocity Air Sports in North Charleston on Rivers Avenue or SkyZone 411 Wando Park Blvd, Mt Pleasant. Family friendly trampoline parks. Call SkyZone at 843-588-5777 for details.
The College of Charleston baseball team resumes its Colonial Athletic Association schedule this weekend when the Cougars welcome James Madison to Patriots Point for a crucial three-game series. First pitch on Friday evening is scheduled for 6:00 p.m. Additional games on Saturday at 2pm and Sunday at 1pm.
WE Will GET THRU THIS & BE BACK TO REAL LIVE SOCIALIZATION AGAIN. WE WILL ENJOY MOVIES INDOORS, SPORTS, LIVE THEATRE, CONCERTS, & FESTIVALS.
Welcome to the Weekend Buzz on Holy City Sinner. Here’s what’s happening this weekend. The following is a list of just a few events and happenings you might want to take part in during the weekend. Consider the list a cornucopia of happenings around the Lowcountry of Charleston. Something for everyone. The year heats up with events, so be sure to check the Weekend Buzz out on Holy City Sinner. Thanks! Lots happening in Chuck-town this weekend. If you love comedy, plays, sports, food & festivals, you’ll find something to do this weekend.
While events, concerts, festivals, theatre productions have all been shut down or postponed for a while, please take the time to enjoy your immediate family and your close circle of friends. This is the time to revisit an old movie, binge watch TV shows, re-familiarize yourself with a old fashioned book.
Young parents it’s time to connect with your kids. Maybe play in the house or in the backyard. Use Skype and Face-time to connect with grandparents. Wave to your neighbors as they pass by, stay connected even from a safe distance. Shop when you have need, and think of others when shopping. We all share the same community and planet.
I, like others who believe in God, hope and pray He will use this worldwide epidemic to bring us all closer to each other, closer to Him, and more dependent on Him. This isolation from each other will be short, but in the bigger picture the people of the Holy City of Charleston, and Americans overall are resilient.
Many events have been canceled or postponed due to the virus and health concerns. Please check with the venues or websites for events to make certain. Events have changed from day to day. We hope to keep you up to date as best as possible.
With sports, concerts, festivals, and live stage shows postponing it’s time to reflect on more important things. Life will return to normal and the good Lord has watch over the Holy City. Charleston is strong and has survived natural disasters and church shootings and come back stronger. There is no small wonder we wear the title of Holy City, because our faith in God and community spirit has always bonded us together. Remain strong, pray for your community leaders, health care providers, first responders, military, and elected officials. Together we will rise above this current threat.
The Charleston Music Hall . The Music Hall is alive this weekend. Friday night the Charleston Music Hall’s Around The Bend Series presents Charlton Singleton & Friends present: The Sizzling 70s – A Tribute to the Music of the 1970s.
Tickets $80 – $160 Per Square. The Bend is on Azalea Avenue in North Charleston. More at https://www.charlestonmusichall.com/event/charlton-singleton-friends-present-the-sizzling-70s-a-tribute-to-the-music-of-the-1970s/
Saturday night at the Hall enjoy A Tribute to Lilith Fair featuring the music of Fiona Apple, Sarah McLachlan, Tracy Chapman, the Dixie Chicks, Erykah Badu, Natalie Merchant, Aimee Mann, Joan Osborne, Paula Cole, Emmylou Harris, Sheryl Crow, Indigo Girls, and more. Tickets $20 for 8pm show. Reduced capacity and social distancing in place. Face mask required. Visit https://www.charlestonmusichall.com/ for more. The Charleston Music Hall is located at 37 John Street downtown Charleston. Call 843-853-2252.
The Charleston City Night Market (Market Streets) is open this weekend. The marketplace is an exciting showcase of more than 100 talented artists and craftspeople that occurs every Friday and Saturday evening from March – December. The Night Market runs from 6:30 – 10:30 pm and is a free event that is open to the public.
Creekside Comedy Night present live comedy at Southern Roots Park Circle. Southern Roots Park Circle. No shows scheduled at this time. Call 843-259-8972 for info or visit https://www.creeksidecomedy.com/upcoming-shows
Following three Cars & Coffee Events with varying schedules, read complete details on times and locations:
Car enthusiasts enjoy Mt. P Cars & Coffee every Saturday morning 8-11am at Mount Pleasant Towne Center in the Barnes & Noble parking lot.
The Bojangles Restaurant 431 St. James Avenue in Goose Creek will host Goose Creek Cars this Saturday from 8-10am. The group meets twice a month. All types of vehicles are welcome.
Not currently running shows. The Black Fedora 164 Church Street downtown, offers clean comic whodunit shows most evenings, featuring volunteer audience participation and a la carte appetizers, desserts, and drinks. One-half block off the City Market. $24. A variety of audience participation mysteries that will delight all ages. Among the shows being offered up include ‘Sherlock’s Other Brother by a Southern Mother’, ‘Murder Aboard the Starship Fed Ora’, ‘Inspector NoClue’s Murder Mystery’, and ‘Church Street Daughters of the Late Unpleasantness Garden, Gun, and Gin Club’. Black Fedora is a nice place to be entertained, enthralled, & sit back and enjoy food & drink. Shows rotate throughout the season. For more details call (843-937-6453). They vow to keep their theatre as clean as their shows.
Theatre 99 carry their comedy show to Flowertown Players at the James F. Dean Theatre in downtown Summerville on Friday night. Show starts at 8pm.
If you love to laugh than Theatre 99 is the place to go. Friday & Saturday night it’s ‘Improv Strikes Back’. Come loaded with suggestions for the quick witted Theatre 99 ensemble members who will take your suggestions…and rock out hilarious unscripted scenes. Guaranteed to make you laugh! $20 for 8pm show. Theatre 99 is available for private comedy and improv show bookings. Wednesday’s ‘Improv Strikes Back’ is a regular show. Theatre 99 is located at 280 Meeting St. above the Bicycle Shop. Call 843-853-6687 for more. Visit their site for more. http://theatre99.com/
The world famous Windjammer on the Isle of Palms . The Jammer is trying to get back to normal for the weekends. During this time, they are having to limit upper and lower back deck area to a social distancing capacity. Therefor they will be issuing tickets for Music events. Friday night it’s Kids In America. Tickets $10. On Saturday night low country favorite Zac Deputy performs. Tickets $15 adv & $20 door. Shows start at 7pm-ish. Country star Dierks Bentley brings his High Times & Hangovers to the Bud Light Seltzer Beach Stage on Tuesday at the Jammer. Tickets limited to 400 per show when moved indoors for any reason. The Windjammer is front beach 1008 Ocean Blvd. on IOP. Call (843) 886-8596. Visit https://the-windjammer.com/events/ for more.
At the Music Farm this weekend. They are still idle. The Music Farm is located at 32 Ann Street downtown Charleston. For more call 843.577.6969.
The Charleston Pourhouse is open and ready to rock. Friday night the Wooks play progressive bluegrass music at the House. Tickets $10 for 6:30pm show. Saturday come out for Machine Funk and their tribute to Widespread Panic on the Main Stage. Tickets $12 adv – $15 day of show. Travers Brothership play the deck at 6pm. Tickets $10. Sunday on the deck stage enjoy Ohio Funk presented by The Funk Revue featuring the music of the Ohio Players, Bootsy Collins, Lakeside and More! $12 for 6:30pm show. On the deck stage at 1pm on Sunday enjoy another Motown Throwdown with Kanika Moore (Doom Flamingo). Admission is free. Come early for SUNDAY BRUNCH FARMERS MARKET: 11am – 3pm. The Pour House is located at 1977 Maybank Highway James Island. Info at (843) 571-4343. Details at https://charlestonpourhouse.com/
All upcoming events can be found on the calendar page.
The full weekend calendar is below:
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