Awendaw Green and Wednesday night Barn Jams

Check out this hidden garden for Wednesday night concerts and eclectic vibes.

CHStoday Awendaw Barn Jams

Note the hanging instruments that are scattered throughout the oak trees.

Photo by CHStoday team

When it comes to funky eclectic vibes, Awendaw Barn Jams are the jam.

If you haven’t heard of Awendaw Green, it’s time to brave the mosquitoes and head out to the green space behind Sewee Outpost at 4853 N Highway 17.

These Wednesday night events include wood fire pizzas on site, fluffy pets, games for kids to play, live music line ups, and local vendors. Pro tip: pack bug spray + a cooler it’s BYOB.

Tickets are $10 at the door and kids under 12 get in for free, score. Doors open at 5 p.m. and the first act normally goes on around 5:45 p.m. There are five to six music acts that will run until ~10 p.m.

The next Barn Jam is Wednesday, July 5 and will have six different music acts. See you there.

Proceeds from the event will benefit SC Aquarium Reef Research.
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