This weekend is an ode to the pig — and we’re pretty stinkin’ happy about that. Obviously, there’s the big game where the Seattle Seahawks and the New England Patriots will throw around some pig skin, but Revelry Brewing Co. is also hosting a whole pig roast on Saturday. There is no such thing as pig overload, but for all you non-swine lovers, there’s plenty of other things to do, from historical reenactments to oyster roasts, comedy shows, and even a raw vegan potluck lunch.

Friday Kick off your weekend with some comedy and margaritas at Maya del Sol.

See The Charleston Youth Company’s take on Alice in Wonderland at Lost in Wonderland.

Any way we can eat good food for less is a win for us. Thanks to Poogan’s Porch‘s rollback menu, we can time travel back to 1976 and nom-nom on the cheap.

Vince Gill and Lyle Lovett stop by the North Charleston Performing Arts Center for an evening of classic country.

Saturday Head to EarthFare for the raw vegan potluck.

Get a history lesson at the 11th annual Battle of Charleston.

Bring your kids and get schooled by some master players at the Yu-Gi-Oh Championship Series.

Shuck some oysters for a good cause at the Charitable Society of Charleston’s Oyster Roast, which benefits the Green Heart Project.

Dolls are evil, evil toys, and Dorchester’s Revenge proves it.

Ms. Rose’s has a night of comedy.

Feast! on a whole pig roast at Revelry Brewing Co. and wash down the oinker with some of the brewery’s suds.

Teacups and Trucks celebrates their grand opening with a bounce castle, face painting, and pizza.

The Brian Injury Association of South Carolina returns with its Shuck-A-Rama on Gold Bug Island.

Atlanta-based band The Head performs at The Royal American.

We’re big fans of celebrating holidays more than once, so we’re pretty pumped to rock out for Groundhog Day a couple days early at the Groundhog Day Benefit Concert.

Sunday The CBT Center for Dance Education is holding auditions for Cinderella. That’s en pointe.

Sketch yo’self at the Charleston Self-Portrait Project.

Oh, and we guess there’s a big game or something. Here’s where to head for game day eats and drinks.

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