[image-1] Y’all know the drill. If you’re holding an event and plan to cancel or postpone it due to effects from Hurricane Florence, drop us a line, firstname.lastname@example.org [content-1] What If? Productions’ Gutenberg! The Musical will delay its opening, originally scheduled for Thurs. Sept. 13, to Thurs. Sept. 20.
Redux Contemporary Art has postponed its exhibition openings for Moving Parts and Unveiled until Fri. Sept. 21. This weekend’s classes including Camera Works Cafe and Figure Drawing have been cancelled.
Drayton Hall will close on Tues. Sept. 11 in “anticipation of hurricane activity.” If you purchased tickets to events at Drayton Hall this week, stay tuned for info on rescheduling.
The Cigar Bazaar scheduled for Friday has been postponed until Oct. 12.
Starlight yoga at Mt. Pleasant Pier has been rescheduled for next Thurs. Sept. 20.
Bay Street Biergarten’s Chicken Shit Bingo, a part of Charleston Beer Week, has been postponed (new date TBD). Biergarten plans to close Tues. Sept. 11.
Because the Halsey Institute of Contemporary Art is connected to the College of Charleston, it will be closed (along with CofC), now through Sat. Sept. 15 with all associated programming rescheduled (new dates TBD).
The Gibbes Museum of Art will be closed starting Tues. Sept. 11 until further notice.
Several events at the Gaillard have been rescheduled and canceled: Prints In Clay, Beyond the Big House Tour as well as the Still, We Rise! Concert, have been rescheduled (new dates TBD) and Prints In Clay, The food of the African Diaspora, has been canceled (refunds will be issued).
Bill Burr‘s two shows, originally scheduled for Sun. Sept. 16, have been postponed until Sun. Sept. 23 at 7 and 10 p.m. If you are unable to attend the new date, head online for more info. (And don’t worry, Reese Witherspoon’s event, scheduled for Sept. 18 will go on as planned).
Charleston Music Hall’s CJO show with Rene Marie has been rescheduled for Oct. 20.
All performances of Mamma Mia at Charleston Stage, Sept. 13-16 have been canceled. The Charleston Stage offices will reopen on Mon. Sept. 17.
The Charleston Farmers Market is closed this Sat. Sept. 15 but has plans to reopen on Sat. Sept. 22.
The Alan Jackson concert scheduled for Fri. Sept. 14 at the North Charleston Coliseum has been postponed (need date TBD).
Flowertown’s performances of 12 Angry Men scheduled for Sept. 14-16 have been rescheduled.
The Charleston Museum will be closed Wed. Sept. 12-Fri. Sept. 14 with scheduled events, like Conversations with a Curator: Unfurled, rescheduled.
Events at Firefly Distillery and Deep Water Vineyard have been cancelled through Mon. Sept. 17.
Reese Witherspoon’s Whiskey in a Teacup appearance at the Gaillard, originally scheduled for Tues. Sept. 18 has been postponed until Mon. Sept. 24.
Kyle Brown’s art show at the Schoolhouse, Hook + Pond, scheduled for Wed. Sept. 19, has been postponed. New date TBD.
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