Mid-Month Events: January

Mid-Month Events: January

Jan 13-Jan 15

Photo courtesy of the South Carolina Aquarium.

The South Carolina Aquarium will be offering buy-one-get-one 50% off ticket sales from Saturday, January 13 to Monday, January 15. This discount only applies to tickets purchased at the gate and are intended for same-day use. More information can be found at the SC Aquarium website, including other exhibits and contact information.

Jan 18

Photo courtesy of the Charleston Symphony Orchestra.

The Charleston Symphony Orchestra presents “Gershwin and Bernstein Take New York,” a night dedicated to the works of George Gershwin and Leonard Bernstein. The performance begins at 7pm. For more information about ticket sales and an in-depth description of the performance, visit the Charleston Symphony Orchestra’s website.

Jan 18-Jan 21

Photo courtesy of the Charleston Jazz Festival.

The 4th Annual Charleston Jazz Festival will begin on Saturday, January 18. This year’s festival features performances by many of the world’s best known jazz musicians, including a much anticipated performance by Jazz Legend, Kenny G. A full calendar of events can be found here.

Jan 21

Photo courtesy of East Cooper Meals on Wheels.

East Cooper Meals on Wheels will be holding their 5th Annual Oyster Roast, “Oysters in the Outback.” The event is 1-4 pm. Sunday, January 21 at the Palmetto Islands County Park in Mount Pleasant. Tickets are on sale through the ECMoW website, as well as information regarding vendors and musical guests. This is an event for the whole family!

 

Jan 11-Jan 21

Photo courtesy of Restaurant Week South Carolina.

2018’s Restaurant Week South Carolina is currently underway in Charleston! Visit the Lowcountry’s best restaurants for unbelievable deals. Participating restaurants include 5 Church, Poogan’s Smokehouse, Fleet Landing, and more! A full list of eateries are available on the Restaurant Week website.

Jan 1-Feb 1

Photo courtesy of Charleston Museum.

Throughout the month of January, view the incredible art of Charleston and learn about the city’s vast history during this month-long Museum Mile event. Ticket purchases must be made in person at a Charleston Visitor Center: centers are Downtown, in North Charleston and in Mount Pleasant. Prices can be found here, along with a full list of participating museums.

Ongoing

Photo courtesy of Slightly North of Broad.

Although Slightly North of Broad is currently undergoing renovations, Charleston’s locals and visitors may still dine with S.N.O.B. during their special Lunch Take Over! Through January 25th, visit High Cotton on East Bay Street for a special S.N.O.B. lunch menu.

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