Charleston, South Carolina, will host tons of festivals this spring, so there’s something to do every weekend, whether you’re single and want to have fun with your friends or you’re looking for a family-friendly activity. Don’t miss these spring festivals in Charleston.
Catch the High Water Festival on April 13 and 14, where you can eat, drink, and listen to live music on the North Charleston Riverfront. Don’t miss your chance to enjoy and support local musical artists at the Charleston Songwriters Festival, which runs April 18-20.
Food and drink
The Chucktown Brewdown: Homebrew Festival is set for April 20, and it features IPAs from more than 30 area home-brewers. The Blessing of the Fleet and Seafood Festival takes place on April 28, and features live music, craft show, and a boat parade.
Arts and culture
The North Charleston Arts Fest is one of the biggest events of the year, taking place over five days from May 1-5. The event showcases over 100 artists specializing in dance, theater, photography, literature, and visual arts.
The next weekend, on May 10-12, is the 49th Annual Charleston Greek Festival, the oldest festival in Charleston. This event will take place at the Greek Orthodox Church of Holy Trinity Park and celebrates the traditions, food, music, and art of Greek culture.
We at Mama’s Used Cars hope you enjoy these incredible Charleston festivals.