Whether you enjoy food, beer, or wine, Charleston has a festival coming up for you!
- Charleston Greek Festival: Celebrate the music, food, and culture of Greece on Friday, May 10 at 11 AM; Saturday, May 11 at 11 AM; and Sunday, May 12 at noon. You’ll find extra parking with continuous shuttle service to the festival grounds from Joe Riley Stadium. Cost is $5 for adults, $3 for seniors and students, and free for children under 12 and active military. Holy Trinity Greek Orthodox Church is located at 30 Race Street in Downtown Charleston
- Winestock Music Festival: On Saturday, May 11, from 12 to 6 PM, you can experience Irvin-House Vineyards’ version of Woodstock. Guests can enjoy live music, wine and Firefly tastings, food, a Best Hippie costume contest, and entertainment for the kids. Cost is $5 per adult (Free for children). Irvin-House Vineyards (pictured) is located at 6775 Bears Bluff Road on Wadmalaw Island
- Charleston Beer Garden: Inspired by the festive biergartens of Germany, Brittlebank Park will be transformed into Charleston’s largest pop-up beer garden featuring many different craft brews and music by five bands. Festival goers can also enjoy free Beer School classes, Beer Olympics games, the Homebrewers Village, and more. This festival takes place on Saturday, May 18, at noon. Brittlebank Park is located on the Ashley River, just before Joe Riley Stadium on Lockwood Boulevard (Downtown Charleston)
Charleston is filled with endless indoor and outdoor events, so check the Charleston City Paper for more options (or more info on these events we’ve included above). If you want to be a part of the active lifestyle in Charleston South Carolina, give me a call to talk about your real estate options.