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Charleston Bluegrass Festival

Posted in Sales & Events with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 27, 2017 by Lowcountry Boil

Awendaw Green and 105.5 The Bridge are bringing back the Charleston Bluegrass Festival on April 7th and 8th at Middleton Place Woodlands. The event will provide for two days and two nights of bluegrass music, food trucks, craft beer, family camping and Lowcountry fun. Friday’s musical performers are The Grass Is Dead, The Barefoot Movement, Fireside Collective, Southern Flavor Bluegrass, Southbound 17, and Steady Hand String Band. Saturday’s lineup includes Band of Ruhks, Forlorn Strangers, Dallas Baker and Friends, Flatt City, The Bushels, Triangle Bluegrass, Pinkerton and The Brinks, Violet Bell, Red Cedar Review, Daniel Patrick, The Black Iron Gathering, Cane Creek String Band, YeeHaw Junction, The Pluff Mud String Band, River Boy, and Sauratown. Gates open at noon Friday and the show goes from 5pm until midnight. Gates open at 10am on Saturday and the show goes from 12 noon -midnight.

The Charleston Bluegrass Festival has partnered with Middleton Place Woodlands, Aiken Bluegrass Festival, The Bee Cause Project and Adam Gorlitsky’s non-profit “I Got Legs”. It will be a family friendly Lowcountry music and camping event featuring two stages of regional and local bluegrass and almost bluegrass.There will be a limited number of RV hook ups, primitive camping, single day and two day tickets on an amazing 6000-acre site across from Middleton Place Gardens. There are beautiful lakes, forests and fields to enjoy. Coastal Expeditions will be on hand to demo kayaks and paddleboards.

Advance ticket prices are $15 for Friday, $25 for Saturday, $40 for a weekend pass, $200 for RV with electric, $175 for RV with no electric, $15 Campsite,  $10 for a single ticket. Kids under 6 are free! Day of event tickets are $20 on Friday, $30 on Saturday, and $50 for a Weekend Pass. To purchase tickets and for more information about the event, including the full performance schedule, visit AwendawGreen.com.

 

 

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Taste of Bulls Bay Festival: A Celebration of Culinary Heritage

Posted in Sales & Events with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 10, 2017 by Lowcountry Boil

The Bulls Bay Chamber of Commerce is proud to announce the inaugural Taste of Bulls Bay Festival: A Celebration of Culinary Heritage. The event will take place March 18th from 2-6 pm at Awendaw Green at Sewee Outpost, 4853 Hwy 17 N in Awendaw, SC.  We will be showcasing amazing food including the outpost cheese biscuits, Bulls Bay Sea Salt culinary treats, Buck Shots Catering delicious homemade entrees, Sewe Restaurant culinary specialties and delicious seafood. The festival will also include live, local music, and products and service from around the McClellanville and Awendaw community. Admission is a $5 donation at door with ages 12 and under get in free. Families are welcome and the event is BYOB. Email info@bullsbay.org for questions.

The uniquely combined 300,000 plus acres of the Francis Marion National Forest and Cape Romain National Wildlife Refuge is Bulls Bay Historic Passage, located about 25 miles northeast of Charleston. It reflects everything that makes the lowcountry one of the finest places in the nation to live and work. The Bulls Bay Chamber of Commerce is a member-based organization created by local businesses which service the McClellanville and Awendaw area to promote their interest while preserving the natural and cultural resources of the area.

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12th Annual Music and Oysters for Wildlife

Posted in Sales & Events with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 10, 2017 by Lowcountry Boil

awesFriends of Coastal South Carolina announces the 12th annual Music and Oysters for Wildlife on Saturday, January 21 from 1:30 pm to 6:00 pm at the Sewee Outpost in Awendaw. It will be a fantastic day of music and all you can eat Bulls Bay oysters. The Rusty Rudder crew will be cooking the BBQ and chili this year. The music lineup includes Minimum Wage, Hans Wentzel & The Eighty Sixers with guests Mark Bryan, Danielle Howle, and Doug Jones, The Loose Hinges, Ed Hunnicutt and the Red Dog Ramblers

Presented by Friends of Coastal South Carolina, the event benefits the group’s environmental education programs which allow thousands of kids along the South Carolina coast to explore the wonders of our natural world each year. In addition to teaching kids about their responsibility as stewards of our environment, the science focused programs allow kids to see their in-class science lessons come to life in the outdoor classrooms of our national forest and wildlife refuges.

“Although we support many conservation projects for our coastal national forest and wildlife refuges, environmental education remains our flagship program,” said Executive Director Grace Gasper. “We must have a knowledgeable and engaged next generation making decisions to continue to protect our natural resources.”

The event also features an “out of this world” silent auction with incredible bargains on travel, local dining, and outdoor gear. Advanced tickets $35  or $40 at the gate. Children under 12 are free. Ticket includes live music and all you can eat oysters. All beer wine and food sales benefit Friends of Coastal South Carolina. Held rain or shine, no pets or outside alcohol is allowed. Tickets are available at www.sccoastalfriends.org.

Palmetto Brewgrass Festival

Posted in Sales & Events with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on April 7, 2016 by Lowcountry Boil

palThe Awendaw Green family and Palmetto Brewery are teaming up to present a two-day bluegrass festival on May 6-8. The weekend, in support of the local music scene and for the love of all things beer and bluegrass, will begin on Friday with a special show featuring Mike Farris, Kim Richey, and Brian Ashley Jones at Charleston Music Hall. The Bluegrass festival will kick off on Saturday and Sunday at 1pm at  Palmetto Brewery bringing together more than a dozen regionally acclaimed country bluegrass bands and artists. Festivalgoers will enjoy up-tempo and energetic bluegrass music, delicious Palmetto beer and multiple food-trucks. The Festival will feature performances by Southbound 17, Chewbacky, Pinkerton and the Brinks, Dallas Baker and Friends, Southern Flavor Bluegrass, John Stickley Trio, Love Canon, Cane Creek String Band, Triangle Bluegrass, Red Cedar Review, Forlorn Strangers Della Mae and Gravel Road Acoustic.

“Palmetto Brewery is like the front porch of downtown Charleston. All kinds of people from all parts of the city gather on that porch to have a good time,” said Awendaw Green’s organizer Eddie White. “The Brewgrass Festival is us inviting a bunch of insanely awesome bluegrass musicians up on that porch to do what they do best. It’s gonna have all of the excitement of a festival, with the feel-good vibes of a house show where the beer is better.”

Early Bird tickets are on sale during April at $15/day and $25/two days. In May, tickets will be on sale for $20/day and $35/two days. Tickets are available online here.

 

Awendaw Green’s Rocktober Music

Posted in Sales & Events with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , on September 25, 2015 by Lowcountry Boil

There’s always lots of great events put on by Awendaw Green. Check out their line up for October….

For more information visit www.awendawgreen.com.

Huger Street Litter Brigade Music Parade

Posted in Sales & Events with tags , , , , , , , , on June 15, 2015 by Lowcountry Boil

HUGER-FLYERPalmetto Brewery teams up with CharlestonGOOD & Awendaw Green to host the Huger Street Litter Brigade Music Parade on Thursday, June 25th at 6:00pm – 9:00pm. The travelling Jefferson Street Parade Band from Bloomington Indiana will be leading a funky musical parade down Huger Street, that will include a serenade at Taco Boy, and perhaps a few other stops as well. Volunteers from CharlestonGOOD and Keep Charleston Beautiful will be marching with the band and doing a street sweep cleanup along the way.

The post-parade party and community showcase will take place back at Palmetto Brewery with the Jefferson Street Parade Band as well as well as additional guests including Cameron & the Funk Dumplins. Folks from CharlestonGOOD and Keep Charleston Beautiful will also be sharing information about their community work.

$10 donation for all ages and includes 1 pint of Palmetto Brew.

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Palmetto Brewery and Awendaw Green present Loading Dock Free Live Music Series

Posted in Sales & Events with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on March 27, 2014 by Lowcountry Boil

Palmetto Brewery and Awendaw introduce the Loading Dock Music Series every Friday evening from 6-9PM at 289 Huger Street in downtown Charleston.  This is a free, all ages event with dogs permitted on a leash. Attendees can also enjoy $5 pints of Palmetto craft beer.

“In addition to these Friday shows, we have two special shows at the brewery coming up with Chris Trapper and A Fragile Tomorrow on April 19th as well as Will Kimbrough and Tommy Womack with Danielle Howle on 27th,” said Awendaw Green’s Eddie White. “Tickets for those shows are $10 and available on Event Brite.”

1658701_667811203283761_293256023_oMarch 28:

Brett Wiscons 

Jordan Igoe 

Rebekah Todd & the Odyssey  

April 4:

Steph Stewart & the Boyfriends 

McKenzie Eddy 

Cranford Hollow

April 11:
Liz Longley 

Caroline Glaser 

Swampcandy

April 18:

Chris Rodrigues 

Kelly McFarling and The Home Team 

Andrew Scotchie and the River Rats

April 25:

Melon & the Mayhem 

Don Merckle & The Blacksmiths

May 2:

The Artful Dodgers 

Minimum Wage

May 9

Mark Mandeville & Raianne Richards 

Willy Porter

May 16:

Underhill Rose

Town Mountain

May 23:

Finnegan Bell

Jason and the Juggernauts

Tyler Boone

May 30:

HoneySmoke

Call Momma 

June 6:

Bryson Jennings

Brady Smith Band

June 13:

Screaming J’s

Grass Monkey

June 20:

Dulci Ellenberger

The Moon and You

Chris Sanchez

June 27:

Red Honey  

Bringers of the Dawn

The Shack Band 

For more information about the music series, visit www.palmettobrewery.com.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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