Looking for something new and unusual to do on Valentine’s Day in Charleston? Think outside the box! We came up with a short list of events we know you’ll love.
9th Annual Art and Wine Walk
Kick off the 2014 Freshfields Village season with the 9th Annual Art & Wine Walk on Valentine’s Day from 4–7 p.m. Sponsored by Charleston Magazine, the free event will showcase art in several media, including glass, oil paintings, and pottery, from regional and local artists. Enjoy a sample of local wine, good food, and live music.
For more about the Art and Wine Walk, go to the Charleston Visitors’ Bureau website, or visit the Freshfields Village website.
Acoustic Sunset Oyster Roast Series
On Valentine’s Day from 5–8 p.m., The Wreckfish hosts the weekly Acoustic Sunset Oyster Roast Series. Enjoy all-you-can-eat oysters for $12, listen to live music on the outdoor patio, and take advantage of drink specials. For $12, get all-you-can-eat oysters!
To learn more, go to the Charleston Visitors’ Bureau website, or visit the Wreckfish website.
Arlo Guthrie at the North Charleston Performing Arts Center
Arlo Guthrie has been on a solo tour to celebrate his father Woody Guthrie’s centennial. Arlo has brought his live show to Charleston with his Here Come the Kids Tour, with an emphasis on his father’s most famous and well-known songs and stories. Enjoy Arlo’s tribute to Woody’s contributions to American music.
For tickets, contact the North Charleston Coliseum advance ticket office or any Ticketmaster outlet, charge by phone 1-800-745-3000, or order online at www.ticketmaster.com.
For more information about Arlo’s tribute, go to the Charleston Visitors’ Bureau website, or visit the North Charleston Performing Arts Center website.
Valentine’s Day Blues & BBQ Harbor Cruise
Kick back and try a new Valentine’s Day ritual with the Charleston Harbor Tour’s Valentine’s Day Blues and BBQ Cruise. From 7–9 p.m., enjoy a two-hour cruise on the Carolina Queen with a buffet from Home Team BBQ and live blues music from Shrimp City Slim. Good times, great blues, and amazing food await you!
Tickets are $42.95, but do not include the cash bar.
To learn more, visit the Charleston Visitors’ Bureau website, or go to the Charleston Performing City Marina website.
Are you aware of any other Valentine’s Day events in Charleston? If so, please let us know!