Big Time Rush | Credit: Aaron Gatewood

Big Time Rush Can’t Get Enough Tour

Award-winning boy band Big Time Rush launched its 2023 tour across North America last month, and this weekend marks its stop in the Lowcountry. See the nostalgic crew, joined by special guests MAX and JAX, live on Daniel Island at the Credit One Stadium. Tickets are available online. Guests are encouraged to ride share to and from the event.

July 29. 7 p.m. Ticket prices vary. Credit One Stadium. 7596, 161 Seven Farms Drive. Daniel Island.

ACE Summer Wellness Series

In partnership with the Anneclaire Experience (ACE) and led by founder and expert trainer Anneclaire Nelson, these weekly dance-based classes offer a fitness practice to strengthen the body and mind. The one-hour workout includes 50 minutes of dance cardio and mat exercises with 10 minutes of stretching and recovery at the end. There’s only a few sessions left in the season, so don’t miss out.

July 29. 9 a.m. $40 per person. Market Street Circle. 205 Meeting St. Downtown.

Folly Beach Wahine Classic

The highly anticipated annual women’s surf contest, the Folly Beach Wahine Classic (FBWC), returns for its 21st year this weekend. The FBWC is a nonprofit organization with a mission of empowering women of all ages and skill levels and benefiting other local ocean-based nonprofits such as Charleston Surfrider and Waves 4 Women. Learn more and help support FBWC’s mission by attending the event.

July 29 to July 30. Event times vary. Donations encouraged. The Washout Judging Stand.
1550 E. Ashley Ave. Folly Beach.

The Break Circuit

Enjoy a high-flying stunt and dance show mixed with a little comedy. The Break Circuit group will teach dance moves and rhythm as well as play dance-incorporated games as part of Charleston County Parks’ Summer Entertainment Series. This is the last event of the season, but it’s not too late to get involved. Bring your event registration receipt to receive free park entry; otherwise, regular park admission applies.

Aug. 2. 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. $4/registration. James Island County Park. 871 Riverland Drive.
James Island.

Mostly Pine Trees exhibit at Redux

Viewers are challenged to explore mankind’s relationship with cars as they reflect on the art pieces set in the suburban and rural roads of the Lowcountry. Painted with oil on gesso board and canvas by local artist R. Hopkins, these works will be on display through Sept. 9. A public reception will be held from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. July 28 at Redux Contemporary Art Center.

July 28 to Sept. 9. Gallery hours vary. Free. Redux Contemporary Art Center. 1056 King St. Downtown.

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