St. Patrick’s Day
Tap Takeover

Hit Bohemian Bull this weekend for a St. Patty’s Day celebration and pet adoption event put on by Pet Helpers’ adoption center. Find a new furry friend and jam to local tunes by Dan’s Tramp Stamp. Just don’t forget to wear some green and grab a couple beer or cocktail specials while you’re there.

March 18. 12-4 p.m. Free. Bohemian Bull. 1531 Folly Road. James Island.

Pier 101 St. Patrick’s Day Celebration

Get ready to shamrock and roll at Pier 101 with live music by Return of the MAC this weekend. Satisfy your hunger and thirst with the team’s special food and drink offerings, including an Irish mint shake and Reuben egg rolls. Check out our events calendar for a full list of St. Patrick’s Day party options across the Lowcountry.

March 17. 12-4 p.m. Free. Pier 101. 1 Center St. Folly Beach.

Charleston Brunch Festival

Charleston Wine Festivals is bringing back its annual Charleston Brunch Festival this weekend after a pandemic-prompted hiatus. This event will feature brunch bites from some of Charleston’s favorite restaurants and food trucks, mimosas and other brunch drinks, a silent disco tent and live music by Davis & The Love. This event is for individuals aged 21 and older.

March 18. 12-4 p.m. $70/ticket. Johnson Hagood Stadium. 68 Hagood Ave. Downtown.

Septima by Patricia Williams Dockery

PURE Theatre, in cooperation with the League of Women Voters, invites you to see the impactful play about the life of Charleston native Septima Clark. On the day of her 125th birthday, Clark and her friends reflect on her work as a civil rights leader and educator as well as moments from her life that shaped her into one of the most influential figures in American history. 

March 9-April 1. Runtimes vary. Ticket prices vary. PURE Theatre. 134 Cannon St. Downtown.

Resurgence Art Exhibition

Join visual artists Bri Wenke, Morgan East and Sam Rueter for an immersive art exhibition opening at Silver Hill Studio in downtown Charleston. These Lowcountry-based artists have curated an experience surrounding the ebb and flow of grief and the longing of nostalgia. Each artist will showcase new work, alongside collaborative visual and sound production by local artists Lazer Catcher and Preson Dunnavant. 

March 17. 6-9 p.m. March 18. 1-4 p.m., 6-9 p.m. $5/ticket. Silver Hill Studio.
2140 Amaker St. Downtown.

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