To prevent the top ache of sifting by way of the numerous stay music occasions taking place all through Charleston and the encircling areas, right here’s a fast rundown of reveals May 19 – 21.
Elliotborough Block Party & Music Festival
A stacked lineup of native music, pizza and beer — what extra might you need for a Saturday? Oh yeah, free admission.
D’Allessandro’s Pizza will current the Elliotborough Block Party & Music Festival 3-9 p.m. May 21 to have fun the neighborhood.
The occasion on the nook of St. Phillip and Bogard streets downtown might be free to attend and have performances from native acts Crab Claw, Psycodelics, Babe Club and Whitehall, with the Denimufay Dance Co.
Summerville Orchestra’s ‘America the Beautiful’
The Summerville Orchestra will carry out “American the Beautiful” 7:30 p.m. May 20 and 21 at Summers Corner Performing Arts Center in Summerville.
The performances will function items from American composers: Peter Boyer’s “Symphony No. 1” and William Henry Fry’s “Overture to Macbeth.”
Event particulars and tickets can be found by way of Summerville Orchestra.
Two Colour of Music concert events
Colour of Music, Charleston’s Black Classical Musicians Festival, will supply two probabilities to expertise stay music May 19 and 21.
The first live performance might be 7 p.m. May 19 at Charleston Library Society downtown, that includes compositions from Black feminine composer Florence B. Price and Russian composer Igor Frolov.
The second live performance might be 7:30 p.m. May 21 at I’On Chapel in Mount Pleasant, that includes American composer Coleridge-Taylor Perkinson’s “String Quarter No. 1, Calvary.”
Tickets can be found by way of Colour of Music.
Rock ‘n’ roll at Tin Roof
Local rock bands Olive Dares the Darkness and Lost Cosmonauts return to Tin Roof May 21 with heavy metallic group River of Deceit from upstate South Carolina.
Keyboardist Becca Darling and guitarist Mike Baum are joined by drummer Danielle Carlson and bassist Mr. Minister to kind Olive Dares the Darkness, an electro punk outfit that melds indie synth with industrial rock.
Groovy rock quartet Lost Cosmonauts consists of lead guitarist and vocalist Chris Patterson, bassist and vocalist Todd Few, drummer Rob Fabian and guitarist Dickie Brown.
Doors are 8 p.m. $10 money over 21, $13 money beneath 21.
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