The Charleston Pour House
Squeaky Feet Main Stage post dead on the deck w/ reckoning 9pm doors 10pm show $10 advance /dos $5 w/ dotd wristband night of
May 31, 10pm - 11pm
Lowcountry Artists Gallery
Lowcountry Artists Gallery presents a new exhibition of photographs by Nicole Robinson for the month of June in a show entitled “Wave Therapy.” An opening reception will be held at Lowcountry Artists Gallery, 148 East Bay Street, on Friday, June 2, 2023 from 5-8 PM. Admission is free and all are welcome. Light refreshments will be served and the artist will be in attendance.
The exhibit showcases Nicole's latest collection of photographs that bring relaxation and happiness by the shore and beyond. Don’t miss the chance to immerse yourself in the beauty of nature captured through her unique perspective behind the lens. Join us to explore the sea and appreciate the wonders of our planet.
Jun 2, 5pm - 8pm
Laughway to the Weekend - Come laugh it up with us half way to the weekend! This improv comedy show will feature 3 acts of hilarious improv comedy. Wednesday nights are a Charleston tradition that feature long form improv comedy. Every show is different and completely based on audience suggestions. Show is appropriate for 15 years and older. It is not “family friendly.” Runtime is 90 – 105 minutes.
May 31, 8pm - 9:30pm
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First Friday for June features live music from Brushfire Stankgrass and BBQ from Big Boned BBQ! BBQ fires up around 5 with tunes kicking off at 6! Brushfire Stankgrass is an Asheville-based bluegrass fusion group featuring brothers Ben & Will Saylor (banjo/guitar/vocals), Micah Thomas (drums) and Daniel Iannucci (bass.) The band, now in their tenth year with its current lineup, has released four studio albums to date, and has two more albums currently underway, tracked at Asheville’s famed Echo Mountain Studios. Exciting live shows and cutting edge studio material is at the forefront of their musical product. “The Rich Cache” was released in 2021 and is just that, a collection of buried tunes that the band has performed on stages great and small for over a decade, and finally, lovingly, self produced into a full length album. Featuring fan favorites like “Appalachian Snow “ and “The Party Suite” the album evokes a true sense of the group’s history and evolution, and is a celebration of some of their most unique and lasting creations. From traditional acoustic mastery to deep space synth vibes, their entire range is on full display. Tracked at Echo Mountain Studios in 2018, “City of a Thousand Hills” is the culmination of countless hours of practice and collaboration, consternation and celebration. It is a rueful love letter to their mountain home, as well as a fervent call to action, continuing the band’s urgent message of preservation and conservancy in “Pretty Ass Blue Ridge Mountain Shit” that began with 2013’s Microclimates. With contributions from much loved local talents and the engineering mastery of the good folks at Echo Mountain, the album represents the groups greatest achievement to date, both creatively and technologically.
Jun 2, 5pm - 11pm
Blu Oyster Sushi & Seafood
The John’s Island eatery, Blu Oyster Sushi + Seafood, will offer half-priced house oysters. The special is available from 5 pm to close. Blu Oyster is located at 1804 Crowne Commons Way on Johns Island. You can learn more at bluoystersushi.com.
May 31, 5pm - 10pm