Rain or shine, this Saturday is Brewvival. If you have tickets to the sold out event, you’ll want to check out our tasting map to get the most out of your beer sampling experience. Don’t forget your refillable water bottle, lawn chair, and pretzel necklace (that last one, especially, is essential). Looking at the forecast, you may also want to consider wearing your rain gear.

If you aren’t attending Brewvival, you can drown yourself in booze Mardi Gras style at the 9th Annual Mardi Crawl, hosted by the Lowcountry Parrothead Club.

If your aren’t sick of oysters yet, there are plenty of oyster roasts this weekend. Check out the 5K Trail Run and Oyster Roast, Barsa Oyster Roast, the Evening Exchange Club Oyster Roast, the Fellowship Society’s NASCAR Oyster Roast, Pork, Pints, and Pearls Oyster Roast, and the Florence Crittenton Oyster Roast and Chili Cook-Off.

Crisis Ministries is hosting Empty Bowls, a fundraiser where you can eat soup from a handmade bowl donated by Charleston potters.

Shed a few pounds before the Charleston Food and Wine Festival starts at the LifePoint Gift of Life 5K Run/Walk or 8K for H20.

The Carolina Challenge Cup continues this Saturday with two games at the Blackbaud Stadium, where you can watch MLS teams compete to be crowned victorious.

Support the American Heart Association at the Charleston Heart Ball and Wine Auction, where you can enjoy hors d’oeuvres and drinks, dinner and dancing, and live and silent auctions featuring fine art, fine wines, and experiences.

Get funky at the Funktionslust performance presented by Dancefx and the Charleston Dance Project.

If you want to catch some theater, get tickets for Les Miserables, Gidion’s Knot, or On the Bum, or the Next Train Through.

Close out the weekend wtih a film-filled Sunday. Catch the screening of Queen of the Sun: What are the Bees Telling Us?, and then attend an Oscar Viewing Party at The Sparrow.

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