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Local bands bring beach fun with weekly concerts

A rotating roster of local bands will perform at Charleston Harbor Resort and Marina at 5 p.m. from Aug. 4 to Sept. 8 as part of the Homegrown at the Point concert series. Live music takes over the resort’s beach venue starting with Zac Brown Band tribute band 20 Ride Aug. 4, followed by the Beatles tribute band Maxwell’s Silver Jammer Aug. 11; local reggae act The Dubplates Aug. 18; and country band Whiskey Run Aug. 25. Adult tickets are $10 and kids ages 12 and younger receive free admission. Tickets and info are available at citypapertickets.com.

The Refinery welcomes Stephen Marley’s reggae

Reggae royalty Stephen Marley will bring his sound to The Refinery from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. on Aug. 6. The second-eldest son of Bob Marley is coming to Charleston as part of his Babylon by Bus summer tour with Artikal Sound System. General tickets are $31. For show information and the full schedule of performances at The Refinery, visit therefinerychs.com.

The Explorers Club makes a homecoming

The Explorers Club returns home at The Charleston Pour House from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Aug. 3, featuring Charleston garage rock drummer KELLY of The Mobros band. The Explorers Club, which soaked up the Carolina sun before relocating to Nashville and garnering national attention, is led by singer-songwriter and producer Jason Brewer. The group sports a tight, early Beach Boys sound influenced by Phil Spector, The Zombies and The Byrds. The group is touring for the release of its new album Wattage. Tickets start at $12. For more information, visit charlestonpourhouse.com.

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