September is one of the best months to visit Charleston.
The summer heat is finally fading and fall is arriving. September is a great month to discover Charleston without bad weather or excessive sun. Make sure these events are on your calendar!
1. Charleston Lowcountry Jazz Festival
The traditional annual Jazz Festival returns to Charleston with two whole days of live music and a classy White Party Affair.
When: 🗓September 3 – 5
Where: Charleston Gaillard Center📍 95 Calhoun St
2. Tina Turner Tribute Concert
Artist LaFaye will be paying tribute to the Queen of Rock’n’Roll this weekend. It’s simply the best!
When: 🗓September 3
Where: Charleston Music Hall 📍 37 John St
Don’t miss one of the most significant equestrian events in the country. Known as a social affair, there will be a Polo match, drinks, food, fashion, and hot air balloons.
When: 🗓 September 4
Where: 📍Hyde Park Polo Club
4. Charleston Water Week
Have some splashy fun in Charleston. Water week includes sports, games, and activities for the whole family!
When: 🗓Saturday, September 4 – Sunday, September 12
Where: 📍Various waterways and beaches
5. Charleston Restaurant Week
Restaurant week is an annual event where different restaurants participate while offering special Prix Fixé lunch and dinner menus. Experience Lowcountry cuisine like never before.
When: 🗓Thursday, September 9 – Sunday, September 19
Where: 📍Participating restaurants around Charleston.
The Cooper Bridge Run is a 10-kilometer run or walk event across the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge. It’s an amazing experience for tourists and locals of any fitness level!
When: 🗓September 25
Where: 📍329 Meeting Street
7. Visit the Lawn Party Exhibit
This is the last month the Lawn Party exhibit will be open at the Charleston Museum. The exhibit features party garments from c.1800 to the present.
When: 🗓Open until September 19
Where: 📍Charleston Museum
Get up close and personal to one of history’s greatest works of art. Bringing Rome to Charleston!
Where: 📍56 Beaufain St
When: 🗓Several dates, check tickets here.
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