1-6. Listen to enchanting performances at these candlelit concerts
Calm your mind and experience amazing music in a new light with these sensational concerts by candlelight in some of Charleston’s most beautiful venues. Here are some of the ones that will take place this month:
- A Tribute to Adele
- A Tribute to Coldplay (Open air)
- Classic Rock on Strings
- A Tribute to Taylor Swift
- A Tribute to ABBA
- A Tribute to Queen (Open air)
The Charleston Museum is hosting a “Tea Party” for children who love to paint on Wednesday, June 8, 2022. They will let children paint their own teacups and saucers while getting inspired by unusual teapots and cups from the Museum’s collection.
Elf Leaf Farm in Landrum, South Carolina will be open on special dates during June for their You-Pick lavender season. A whole day of fun for nature lovers!
Drunk, eat and dance to live music on June, 4 2022. All donations will go to the Park & Recreation Opportunity Fund to provide opportunities for all members of our community who encounter barriers to accessing parks, programs and services.
The first edition of the electronic music festival, High Tide Music & Arts Festival is happening in Charleston this year, with a great lineup that will make you dance until your feet hurt. The immersive experience will take place on June 25, 2022.
The Town of Moncks Corner is a small town in Berkely County with a Southern charm that will make you fall in love.
These are the places you must visit:
- Palmetto Trail
- Mepkin Abbey
- Cypress Gardens
Looking to celebrate Pride and diversity in Charleston. These are some events happening this June around the Holy City:
- Brewing on Books: LGBTQ History in Charleston – Wednesday, June 1, 2022
- Park Circule Pride – AQRONYM Stand-Up: A Night of Queer Comedy – Wednesday, June 1, 2022
- Pride Parade – Saturday, June 25, 2022
- The Ladies of Trio Drag Brunch – Celebrating Charleston Pride – Saturday, June 25, 2022
Enjoy three days of food, fun, music and culture at the Charleston Carifest confirmed to take place from June 16 to June 18. This year it’ll recognize and celebrate the Queens of the Caribbean and the beautiful Virgin Islands.
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