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Your guide to Lowcountry outdoor concert venues

Enjoy an evening with live music.

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Firefly Distillery tends to bring the crowds with its outdoor venue space.

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Summer is one of the best times to enjoy outside entertainment, and lucky for us we have several options for open-air venues. Whether it’s a large festival with national acts or a more intimate affair with local vibes, you can enjoy these venues for live music in the Lowcountry.

Note: this is not a comprehensive list.

The Charleston Pour House |1977 Maybank Highway, James Island | The Deck stage offers a lively experience with diverse acts.

The Bend | 3775 Azalea Drive, North Charleston | This venue spreads 20 acres along the Ashley River and is an excellent option for lots of space and great views.

Riverfront Park Performance Pavilion |1061 Everglades Avenue, North Charleston | This pavilion sits on the Cooper River’s banks and has become a popular destination, especially for festivals.

The Windjammer | 1008 Ocean Boulevard, Isle of Palms | The salty long-standing venue is perfect for beach views, live music, and good eats.


Anything better than tunes on the beach?

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The Refinery Charleston |1640 Meeting Street Road, Charleston | This is the newest mixed-use development welcoming various national, regional, and local performing acts to the Lowcountry.

Credit One Stadium | 7596, 161 Seven Farms Drive, Charleston | With its large size this stadium allows entertainers from all over the country to perform on Daniel Island.

Firefly Distillery | 4201 Spruill Avenue, North Charleston | This distillery offers small and large-scale events with marsh views, great local food trucks, and Firefly cocktails.

Hanahan Pavilion| 3100 Mabeline Road, Hanahan | The pavilion is a community venue in Hanahan with a roof covered stage for the best acoustics.