The Easter Bunny makes his triumphant return this weekend (check this out for a list of Easter-related activities). He’ll be hopping around town all weekend, but we’ve all rounded up non-bunny events to keep you busy rain or shine.
Friday — Six Mile Spirits is hosting a Striped Pig Distillery tasting party. Make Good Friday even better with free samples.
What’s the cost of keeping up with the Joneses? Find out what lies beneath a Stepford smile at the opening of Mannequin: The American Dream, a dance collaboration.
If the rain’s got you down, head over to Theatre 99 for the 3-on-3 Improv Tournament Prelim rounds.
If you or your man want fossil encrusted cuff links, be sure to stop by the William Henry Trunk show for gentleman.
Watch the Charleston Battery take on the New York Red Bulls tonight at Blackbaud Stadium.
Saturday — Join local comedians at Theatre 99 for stripped down performances at the Underwear Comedy Party. And yes, we mean they’ll be in their britches.
Ever heard your favorite bands on vinyl? National Record Store Day is April 19, and Monster Music, Cat’s, and Locos are celebrating the day with live music, food trucks, or sales.
Who knows if life really is like a box of chocolates, we do know that the runners at the 11th Annual Forrest Run 5K are getting a dinner catered by Bubba Gump’s.
If you are a kid at heart but old enough for adult beverages, check out CharlestonRECESS at the Mixson Bath & Racquet Club.
AER is performing at the Music Farm, and blends reggae, alt, and acoustic.
For Austenites of all ages, Kathryn Hansen of the Citadel’s English department is giving a talk in honor of Mansfield Park’s 200th anniversary.
If you’ve ever wanted to party with Gatsby, look no further than the Ovation Concert Series: Flapper Party, complete with a live performance and dinner.
Sunday — Happy Easter! To celebrate, Tin Roof is holding an egg hunt with bar prizes. Holy City indeed.
If you ever dreamed of being a scream queen, catch the tail end of the Crimson Screen Horror Film Festival.
While you’re at Crimson Screen, make sure to stop by the Corpus Animus art show, featuring live music and visual displays.
Grab your bike and head to Cannon Park for Hashish Bashish, which isn’t really what it sounds like. It’s just a bike ride and a party.