Rock the Block Party Benefitting Hogs for the Cause

Posted in Sales & Events with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on February 13, 2020 by Lowcountry Boil

Benefiting HOGS FOR THE CAUSE, ROCK THE BLOCK is Home Team BBQ’s annual street party will be held on Saturday, February 22nd at 126 Williman Street downtown.

LIVE MUSIC:
12 – 1:30PM: KENNY GEORGE BAND
2 – 3:30PM: MOONTOWER
4 – 5:30PM: PAUL CAUTHEN

Admission is FREE! Home Team BBQ will also kick it up a notch with the opportunity to donate while partying by purchasing tickets to their unique VIP Lounge. Adult tickets will include all-you-can-enjoy offerings from award-winning chefs Jason Stanhope (FIG), and David Bancroft (Acre, Bow and Arrow), Goat.Sheep.Cow., with desserts from Shannon Yelmini (Kiawah Island Golf Resorts) and drinks from Jayce McConnell (Edmund’s Oast). Yes, an open bar…but please party responsibly!

Proceeds from these tickets will be donated to Hogs for the Cause, an organization that offers financial and other support to families battling pediatric brain cancer. For more information, please visit hogsforthecause.org.

Drifter Fest: The Inaugural Bert Griggs Memorial Jam

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 27, 2020 by Lowcountry Boil

Drifter Fest: The Inaugural Bert Griggs Memorial Jam will be held on March 6th-8th. The event will celebrate the life of Bert Griggs after he died unexpectedly in December. Enjoy a weekend of fun events combined with great company, stories and live music.

FRIDAY, MARCH 6TH: 

Drifter Fest: Pre-Jam at Home Team BBQ Downtown (126 Williman Street) from 8pm-11pm with live music featuring our friends SHONUFF.

SATURDAY, MARCH 7TH
Doors for the Drifter Fest: The Inaugural Bert Griggs Memorial Jam open at 8pm at the Charleston Pour House (1977 Maybank Hwy.). Inside the venue from 8:30pm-1am, guests will enjoy a collaboration of Bert’s favorite tunes from many of his friends including Reid Stone and bands Gaslight Street, The Travelin’ Kine, SHONUFF, Solid Country Gold and more.

SUNDAY, MARCH 8TH:
We’ll be vending Drifter Merch at Reckoning in the Park featuring The Reckoning, an awesome Grateful Dead cover band from 2pm-5pm in the meadow at James Island County Park.

Drifter Merch will be available for sale on Saturday and Sunday as well as the awesome event poster created by TRiPPs Prints and Bert’s portrait by artist Jason Moore.

Please email info@driftermerch.com for additional information or questions. Read more about Bert Griggs here.

New Listing: 4BD/3.5BA in Prime Mt. Pleasant Location

Posted in Sales & Events with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 19, 2019 by Lowcountry Boil

This stunning custom built Phillips Park 2553 sq. foot home in the Charleston area of Mt. Pleasant truly has it all. Listed at $749,500 this welcoming home offers lowcountry double front porches, a premier mature cul-de-sac lot (largest in neighborhood) on a tree lined street, a carport with storage room, and dual masters are a few of the extraordinary features this property has to offer. Enter to an open foyer to see 9 foot ceilings, gorgeous distressed Oak hardwoods throughout main level, a comfortable living room/office and a separate dining room with custom wainscoting. Well appointed kitchen has stainless appliances, gas range, and custom cabinetry with granite counters and tile backsplash. Open from the kitchen, the great room has a vaulted ceiling, built-in bookshelves and cabinetry, gas log fireplace and surround sound.

There are two generous size masters (one up and one down). Both offer ample master baths with dual vanities, separate shower and tub/jacuzzi as well as custom walk-in closets. Other noteworthy features include crown molding throughout entire home, extensive millwork, solid core wood doors, double hung LowE divided light windows, plantation shutters throughout, carpet (2017) upstairs plus tile and/or marble in the bathrooms and laundry.

The home features a Rinnai tankless hot water heater and has programmable dual zone central HVAC. There is high speed Cat5 data/phone wiring and speakers (controlled by keypads) throughout most of the home. Also, home is wired for security! Exterior features include copper gas lanterns, hardi-plank siding (painted in 2017), exposed rafters, and a metal roof. The backyard is shaded by deep-rooted oaks and offers both a deck and patio for entertaining. There is an outdoor storage area in the carport and space for two additional cars in the driveway.

Located conveniently between downtown and the beaches off Rifle Range Road at Ben Sawyer Blvd., Phillips Park is a newer, lowcountry-style cul-de-sac community. Only 3 miles to Sullivans Island and 3 miles to the Ravenel Bridge. Walk, bike or golf cart to the shops, restaurants and recreation along Coleman Blvd, Shem Creek and Mt. Pleasant’s Old Village. Location, location, location!

Click here for the listing page. For additional information and showings please contact Garrett Rust at garrett@thecassinagroup.com.

New Sailing Charter Offered in Charleston

Posted in Sales & Events with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , on October 8, 2019 by Lowcountry Boil

Seaglass Charters is pleased to introduce its new Charleston sailing charter abroad The Intrepid. The Beneteau 423 two-cabin sailboat has plenty of room for six guests to relax and enjoy the various sights that the Charleston Harbor has to offer. Whether customers are looking to sail in the morning, at sunset or in the afternoon, Seaglass Charters offers something for everyone including surprise engagements and wedding ceremonies on board.

“We enjoy hosting locals and vacationers alike for any occasion whether it be an excursion with friends, a bachelor or bachelorette party, work outing or birthday celebration,” said Owner and Captain Vann Cochran. “We’re always happy to accommodate private groups and cater a sailing adventure to fit any party’s interests.”

Led by Cochran, Seaglass Charters experienced crew has more than 40 years worth of sailing experience. In fact, Captain Vann has been sailing the seas since he was just eight years old, and in the Charleston area since 1975. Captain Vann also holds a prestigious CGC Master Captain with Sailing Endorsement. He and his crew are dedicated to providing everyone who steps aboard the Intrepid a fun, safe and relaxing time.

For additional information about Seaglass Charters, please visit www.seaglasscharters.com.

Mardi Gras on The Yorktown

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on February 11, 2019 by Lowcountry Boil

Join The Bands of Wando Foundation for a Mardi Gras Celebration on Friday, February 15th from 6:30-10:30pm aboard the USS Yorktown at Patriot’s Point in Mount Pleasant. Keep music education strong in our community while enjoying traditional New Orleans cuisine, dancing and jazz music featuring Cameron and the Saltwater Brass. Don’t miss your chance to bid on wonderful vacations and other unique opportunities during the silent and live auctions hosted by emcee Richard Todd, a local radio personality. Laissez les bon temps rouler! Black Tie optional.

Click here for tickets starting at $75 and sponsorship opportunities starting at $250. For additional information about the gala, click here.

The Bands of Wando Foundation is a South Carolina nonprofit corporation organized for charitable and educational purposes, and is established to promote music education to students. In order to participate in regional competitions, the Wando band needs financial support as the Charleston County School District only provides $25 for each high school band member. These funds do not begin to cover the financial need for Wando students to compete at this level. Additional funding is also required to attract top musical directors, pay additional staff, offer lessons purchase instruments, and other necessary equipment. Last year, the Wando band was a Bands of America national finalist as well as Bands of America South Carolina regional grand champion, regional finalist & class champion.

9th Annual Follywood Oyster Roast Benefiting Warrior Surf Foundation

Posted in Uncategorized with tags , , , , , , , , , , , on February 7, 2019 by Lowcountry Boil

Follywood Productions will once again be raising funds & awareness for Warrior Surf Foundation at the 9th Annual Follywood Oyster Roast at The Barrel on Saturday, March 2nd. Doors will open at noon with live music from 1:30-8pm. Participating food trucks will be Rebel Taqueria and more. More than a dozen local vendors will be set up inside the venue as well. The fundraiser will be family-friendly with activities like jump castles & carnival games. While The Barrel is equal parts craft brew pub, dog park and music venue, for this event no dogs or pets will be allowed. Admission for the 8th Annual Follywood Oyster Roast is $15 at the door with oysters sold separately.
1:30-3:00pm Jimmy Buffett Tribute by Folly Pirates Over Forty
3;30-5:00pm Classic and Outlaw Country Covers by Solid Country Gold
5:30-7:45pm  Classic Rock Covers by WPOS
A CNN Hero award winner, Warrior Surf Foundation is a veteran-operated nonprofit organization helping vets and active service members with PTSD, physical injuries, survivor’s guilt and social anxiety through an adventure-based approach to therapy and wellness through surfing as well as helping to build bonds beyond the battlefield. “We are super stoked that we are able to partner with Follywood Productions for their 9th Annual Oyster Roast,” said Tyler Crowder, co-founder of WSF. “This is a great opportunity for the community to come out and learn a little more about our organization and meet some of the team, all while enjoying oysters, food trucks, beer, live music, local art and family activities that Follywood has put together.”
For additional details about the event, click here. For more information about Warrior Surf Foundation, visit www.warriorsurf.org.

Folly Gras 2019

Posted in Sales & Events with tags , , , , , , , , , , on February 4, 2019 by Lowcountry Boil

Folly Gras will be held on Saturday, February 23, 2019 at 10 AM – 4 PM on Folly Beach, SC. A Folly Gras tradition, the annual parade will kick-off at 11 am, entering from West Ashley and exiting on East Hudson. Dressed in their Folly Gras finest, folks from all over the Low Country take to Center Street to spread Folly Gras cheer. Festivities include dozens of arts, crafts and fashion vendors, live music, free kids’ activities, and, of course, lots of delicious food and drinks.

Folly’s participating restaurants and bars will be serving up some New Orleans inspired dishes on the street and in their establishments. Enjoy $5 Deep Eddy cocktails all day at participating locations. There will be live music on three stages with performances by Dangermuffin, Sunny Ledfurd, and more! A dedicated children’s area will feature the Good Clean Fun crew, caricatures, face painting, inflatables, and crafts. Thirty arts, crafts, and fashion vendors will line Center Street for your shopping pleasure. Everything from music apparel, photography, jewelry, soaps, tarot readings, paintings and more!

Advance Tickets for Folly Gras are $10 offering express entry. Admission is free for full-time Folly Beach residents that have a valid I, as well as kids 12 and under.

For the safety of all event participants, animals, coolers, bicycles, skateboards, scooters and similar items are not permitted. For additional information or to purchase tickets, click here.

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