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THEATRE

Dinner Theatre Series

The Cultural Arts Department hosts Dinner Theatre programs for adults, with a holiday themed presentation in December and a Valentine or Black History month presentation in February. The performances has proven to be a popular program for couples and groups. Guests are served a candlelit dinner at 7:00pm, then sit back to watch lively programs by professional performers while enjoying dessert and tea/coffee. Programs are scheduled to take place on Thursday evenings in Montague Terrace at the North Charleston Coliseum.

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Children’s Theatre Series

Tri-county schools, daycares, and families are welcome to enjoy the exciting presentations in our Children’s Theatre Series, featuring touring theatre troupes, dance groups, storytellers, and more. Performances are scheduled to take place in the North Charleston Performing Arts Center Auditorium beginning at 10:00am and last for approximately one hour. The series consists of 3 performances that take place in November/December, February, and March/April.

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Summer Children’s Theatre Series

A special Summer Children’s Theatre Series is presented in June and July. Performances are scheduled to take place in two locations (Northwoods Park & Recreation Center and Danny Jones Recreation Center) with two performance times (10:00am and 2:00pm) and last for approximately one hour.

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MUSIC

Special Concerts

MLK Tribute Jr. Concert – Precious Lord: Honoring King and Respecting The Queen
Lowcountry Voices, a multicultural and ethnically diverse choral performing arts organization under the dynamic direction of Nathan L. Nelson, will pay tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Aretha Franklin, The Queen of Soul, in Precious Lord: Honoring King and Respecting The Queen. Franklin, who passed away in 2018, shared a close connection with Dr. King.  The concert will honor these two luminaries through songs that speak to the accomplishments and memory of them both, like Precious Lord.  The program will draw heavily from Ms. Franklin’s gospel repertoire. Free tickets for the concert can be picked at the North Charleston Cultural Arts Department office at North Charleston City Hall (2500 City Hall Lane) and St. Matthew Baptist Church -OR- received via mail by sending a self-addressed stamped envelope to Tickets/City of North Charleston Cultural Arts Department, PO Box 190016, North Charleston, SC 29419-9016 by Wednesday, January 9, 2019. Non-ticket holders will be seated 15 minutes prior to performance pending availability. For more information, visit lowcountryvoices.com.
Free w/ advance ticket.
St. Matthew Baptist Church, 2005 Reynolds Avenue, North Charleston
Saturday, January 19, 2019
5:00pm

 

North Charleston Farmers Market Concerts

The 2018 North Charleston Farmers Market takes place every Thursday from May 10 through October 25 from 3:00 to 7:00pm at Felix C Davis Community Center, 4800 Park Circle. The market offers an abundance of fresh, locally grown produce, and features art & craft vendors, food trucks, specialty foods, kid’s activities, and entertainment. Enjoy live music by groups and individuals during each market from 5:00-7:00pm.

For more information, call (843) 740-5848 or email Maria Martin.

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2018 North Charleston Farmer’s Market Entertainment Schedule

May 10: Watts Family Band – Americana, bluegrass
May 17: Chris Dodson – acoustic popular covers
May 24: Chaquis Maliq – original folk-blues fusion accompanied by acoustic guitar
May 31: John Sherrill – classic covers with guitar and stomp box
June 7: Mark Schuler – acoustic folk-rock classics
June 14: Rene Russell – singer-songwriter playing Americana Rock
June 21: Lindsay Holler – indie/alt-country singer-songwriter playing original tunes and covers
June 28: Wayne Daws – acoustic variety music
July 5: Thomas Champagne – funk, roots rock, and island grooves accompanied by acoustic guitar
July 12: Herbie Mathis – classic rock and country played on guitar
July 19: Christian Phifer – soulful cross genre covers
July 26: Jeff Houts – classic rock and folk tunes with a tropical flavor
August 2: John Sherrill – classic covers with guitar and stomp box
August 9: Jay Miley – a variety of classic covers
August 16: Lindsay Holler – indie/alt-country singer-songwriter playing original tunes and covers
August 23: Mark Schuler – acoustic folk-rock classics
August 30: Rene Russell – singer-songwriter playing Americana Rock
September 6: Thomas Champagne – funk, roots rock, and island grooves accompanied by acoustic guitar
September 13: Chris Dodson – acoustic popular covers
September 20: Chaquis Maliq – original folk-blues fusion accompanied by acoustic guitar
September 27: Christian Phifer – soulful cross genre covers
October 4: John Sherrill – classic covers with guitar and stomp box
October 11: Chris Dodson – acoustic popular covers
October 18: Lindsay Holler – indie/alt-country singer-songwriter playing original tunes and covers
October 25: Red Cedar Review – a blend of folk country-blues and bluegrass