Don’t pull a Green Day and ask people to “wake you when September ends.” With all these happenings, you’ll be pretty bummed if you sleep through the last weekend of the month. Get some coffee and party on.

Friday Concerts seem to be the cool thing to do tonight. Support local arts and the youth at the School of the Arts’ vocal performance called Shake Your Groove Thing.

Slow Runner and Brave Baby perform at the Charleston Music Hall. Added bonus: Dusty Slay will be on hand to offer up some laughs.

Singer-songwriter John Brannen plays with Rob Crosby at the Woolfe Street Playhouse.

Celebrate that TGIF feeling with some reggae and MOJA at Brittlebank Park.

There’s a lot more than just a concert going on at the SHE – The Ultimate Girls’ Weekend, but you should stop by to see Elise Testone. Don’t leave before getting your lips read. The event lasts through Sunday, but Elise is only scheduled to perform tonight.

Rodney Carrington brings his country-comedy tour to the Performing Arts Center.

Check out the Charleston Symphony Orchestra’s Remix’s salon event at Redux. Since it’s the CSO, you can bet there’ll be music there too.

Party with Ron Jeremy — but keep your pants on.

Saturday Bust it. And by it, we mean a move at the Dance Block Party 2.0.

Redux is hosting its annual Revival. Don’t miss the unveiling of the new Patch Whisky mural.

Stop by the Terrace Theatre to see the Lowcountry Shorts Festival.

Chicago’s famed Second City comedy troupe makes a stop by the CofC campus.

The punny Play with Your Food Series features a performance of The Good Doctor while you eat. Get it? 

Who didn’t want to be like Huck Finn as a kid? Take the tykes to the Huck Finn Fishing Festival, so they don’t feel the need to run away on a raft down the Mississippi.

See which chef will be able to call himself master at the Taste of Charleston: Iron Chef Competition.

Sunday Stop by Butcher and Bee for some yummy, authentic Mexican eats.

Play with — OK, see — some wolves while listening to CSO’s wind ensemble perform Peter and the Wolf.

The main library will show Peaceable Kingdom, which examines the lives of farmers who begin to question their lifestyle.


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