The most important thing to know about this weekend is that you could have free pizza for every meal if you so desired. This is because MiDiCi is opening in Mt. Pleasant and offers free margherita pizzas to celebrate. After you’ve stuffed yourself with cheese and dough, check out some of the other events Charleston has to offer this weekend. Be sure to peep our beer roundup, too, which covers all things happening at local breweries this weekend.


It’s the last weekend to catch Oh Folly Nights! at the Charleston Performing Arts Center; you can check out an 8 p.m. performance tonight or tomorrow.

Austin Norvell’s pop-up show Loaded opens at Redux tonight. Norvell’s colorful glass work can be best recognized from the fixtures at Fish (RIP).

Take a trip to South America and pair your beer with some pao de queijo. Brazilianuts is at Rusty Bull Brewing tonight slinging Brazilian cuisine.

Charleston Music Hall hosts Decades Rewind, a musical time machine back to the 60s, 70s, and 80s.

Run, don’t walk, to MiDiCi in Mt. Pleasant for a free margherita pizza. This deal is offered all weekend in celebration of their grand opening.

Heyrocco plays with the Orange Doors and Daddy’s Beemer at The Royal American tonight.

The young talent of Midtown Productions puts on Showstoppers, in which they perform numbers from big-ticket productions like Hamilton, Newsies, and Little Shop of Horrors.

Midnight City pumps out party jams at Red’s at 10 p.m.

Read, read, read all summer long with the help of great book deals at the Johns Island book sale, today and tomorrow starting at 9 a.m. at the Johns Island library.

Grab your sweetie for couples night at Wild Blue Ropes from 6-9 p.m.


You can get your farmers market on outside of downtown, too, at the Summerville Farmers Market from 8 a.m.-1 p.m.

Get fit and give back at the MethodRide CHARITYride at noon.

Hit HoM for their 6th anniversary party, complete with $6 specialty cocktails, draft beers, and a burger special (complete with 6 toppings).

J. Stark hosts Pop-up CHS, featuring discounted items and wine/beer to sip on while you shop.

Hit the water at Folly Beach County Park for a beginner kayak session, complete with lessons in safety and technique.

Savannah Sweet Tease Burlesque Revue brings some raunchy fun to The Sparrow. The show has a 90s tribute theme and will include music from favorites like Michael Jackson and Gwen Stefani.

Help honor Gullah/Geechee heritage by celebrating Mosquito Beach and the history and culture it represents.

Who’s Bad: the ultimate Michael Jackson tribute band performs at the Windjammer at 9 p.m.

Listen to rockabilly music at Burns Alley from Crazy Man Crazy at 10 p.m.

Founders of Theatre 99, The Have Nots! perform improv at the theater at 8 p.m.


Bay Street Biergarten’s brunch series returns, this time with a Harry Potter themed feast. The meal will be complemented by a showing of Harry Potter & The Goblet of Fire.

If you’re in the market for wedding dresses and food vendors, you’re in luck. The Charleston Bridal Show is happening at the Gaillard and will feature hundreds of vendors.

The Celadon Sunday Flea & Farmers Market is back this weekend, featuring local wares like fresh produce from Legare Farms and cheesecakes from Wattle & Daub.

One Love Cuisine offers live music, spoken word, and authentic Jamaican food from 6 to 9:30 p.m.

Americana and country singers Patty Griffin and Lee Ann Womack perform at Charleston Music Hall. Opt for dinner and a show for a meal at Vincent Chicco’s beforehand.

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