With September well underway, here are four unique events not to miss this month:
Catch a Concert
Charleston has a variety of venues to catch a concert at! Whether you want a smaller, more intimate experience or a stadium filled with fellow concert-goers, Charleston has just what you’re looking for. Credit One Stadium offers a stellar September line up including Elton John on Sept. 13th. For a smaller crowd, check out The Pour House on James Island for a nearly nightly round up of both local and regional favorites.
Charleston Restaurant Week
It’s no secret that Charleston’s culinary scene is one of the best in the South, maybe in the country, but how do you sift through it all without getting overwhelmed? The answer: Charleston Restaurant Week. The 10 day event, September 8-18, allows you to reserve a table at some of Charleston’s most beloved restaurants and sample the cuisine in a three course tasting menu style feast. From downtown to IOP and West Ashley, visit their website and check out the ever-growing list!
Beyond Van Gogh
Don’t miss the immersive, multimedia art and music show at the North Charleston Coliseum and Performing Arts Center! Now through September 25, Beyond Van Gogh is a rich and unique multimedia experience, taking the viewer on a journey through over 300 iconic artworks including instantly-recognizable classics “The Starry Night”, “Sunflowers”, and “Cafe Terrace at Night”, now freed from their frames. Set to a symphonic score and using the artist’s own dreams, thoughts, and words to drive the experience as a narrative, Van Gogh’s art comes to life by appearing and disappearing, flowing across multiple surfaces and heightening the senses with their immense detail.
Lowcountry Dog’s Bark in the Park
Join Lowcountry Dog Magazine, Charleston Parks Conservancy, and Pet Supplies plus of James Island for Bark in the Park on September 17! This fun event will have live music, food trucks, adoptable dogs, local vendors, a dog lure course and more! The event will be located at Magnolia Park at Charleston Parks Conservancy on Magnolia Road in West Ashley.
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