Morning Buzz Bulletin Board

The Morning Buzz Bulletin Board

Brought to you by Charleston County Parks & Recreation Commission

Boone Hall Fright Nights – Sept 26th through Oct 31 at Boone Hall Plantation. **Limited tickets due to Coronavirus & expected to sell out each night so get your tickets early**

Folly Beach Pier closing after this weekend for 2 1/2 years for construction of the new pier

SC Aquarium’s Haunted Trail – (included with admission) Daily 9a-5p through Halloween (10/31) benefitting the Sea Turtle Care Center & virtual education programming 

Tuesday:

  • JRAD (Joe Russo’s Almost Dead) – live every Tuesday night at 6pm
  • Mt Pleasant Farmer’s Market (Essentials only) – Tue 3pm-7pm – Moultrie Middle School on Coleman Blvd

Wednesday:

Thursday:

Friday:

  • Charleston Music Hall’s Around the Bend: A Socially Distanced Outdoor Concert Series with a Tribute to the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin featuring Black Diamond with Black Noyze  at 7pm at The Bend! (LAST SHOW in series with AVAILABLE TICKETS)
  • Trey Anastasio: The Beacon Jams – every Friday night at 8pm for an 8-week virtually residency live-streamed for free through Nov 27
  • Safe Sounds Concert SeriesRobostasik: Robotrio & Ryan Stasik (from Umphrey’s McGee)
  • Playing in the Band: Celebrating Bob Weir’s Birthday – Fri 10am-midnight – featuring archival shows, memories, musical selections & more – Fans.live (formerly Fans.com) – FREE
  • Matthew Mayes & John Meyer of Jupiter Coyote – Fri Doors at 5pm, Showtime 6pm-9pm – The Windjammer’s Beach Stage

Saturday:

  • Bohemian Bull – Live music in the garden on Saturday nights for FREE
  • Safe Sounds Concert Series – Doom Flamingo with Sexbruise? at Firefly Distillery in North Charleston – Doors 6pm, Showtime 6:30pm  (SOLD OUT)
  • Charleston Farmers Market “Essential Only” at Marion Square
  • Gracey & Lacy join Joe Clarke at Forte Jazz Lounge (475 King St.)
  • Sammy Hagar’s Socially Distanced Birthday Bash – Sat 9pm – pay-per-view on Nugs.net with 48 hours to watch the concert – filmed Oct 8 with a tribute to Eddie Van Halen and guest appearances from Rick Springfield and Kevin Cronin of REO Speedwagon

Sunday:

  • Walk in the Park – Sundays at the new & still under construction Charleston Municipal Golf Course
  • Widespread Panic’s Never Miss a Sunday Show Returns – Full concert every Sunday night for FREE
  • Gaillard Center’s 5th Anniversary Celebration Concert – Sun Oct 18 7pm – In-person & livestream – tickets at gaillardcenter.org – in person $25, livestream tickets $10 – featuring Marcus Amaker, the Charleton Singleton Quartet & the Charleston Symphony Orchestra’s string quartet
  • Park Circle Art Walk – Sat 3pm-7pm – in the neighborhoods surrounding Park Circle, nearly 35 artists & musicians participating with food trucks, crafts & more – FREE

Weekends:

  • Forte Jazz Lounge – Thur-Sat 7pm-11pm – 475 King St in downtown Charleston
  • Woodlands Nature Preserve”s Drive-In the Woods – Every Friday and Saturday night in October
  • Autumn Nights in the Field of Light on Fridays & Saturdays from 7pm-9:30pm every weekend in October featuring a Lowcountry boil & bog and an LED light display in beautiful Brookgreen Gardens near Pawley’s Island
  • Save Our Stages Festival – Fri-Sun – benefit for music venues around America – YouTube & saveourstages.com – featuring all-new, original performances from Black Pumas, Brittany Howard, Dave Matthews, Foo Fighters, Leon Bridges, The Lumineers, Nathaniel Rateliff, Portugal the Man, The Revivalists, The Roots & many more
  • Jambase.com – Incredible amount of live music performances! – this weekend featuring Jason Isbell & the 400 Unit – so much to discover on this website
  • South Carolina Jazz Festival – Oct 18-24 – scjazzfestival.com – FREE

All-day, everyday:

 

Thank you to our sponsor Charleston County Parks & Recreation Commission!

Updated on Wednesday, 9/23/2020 at 5:48pm