Wavelengths an event this weekend will raise funds and awareness for ocean conservation in Charleston

Wavelengths will have live music, sustainable pop-ups, oysters, and more.

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Have fun for a great cause.

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Do you love music, the environment, and having a good time? Keep reading for an event you may want to make time for this weekend. Wavelengths is an event dedicated to helping the planet. The fall daytime disco is happening this Saturday, Nov. 18, from 2-6 p.m.

This event will be filled with music, community, and conservation at Islander 71, located at 80 41st Ave. on Isle of Palms.

Attendees can expect live music curation from Luke Versalko, an oyster roast with Lowcountry Oyster, food + beverage specials from Islander 71, and sustainable pop-ups and raffles from Tito’s and Surfrider.

This event is free, and you can reserve your spot here. Pro tip: You can also enter the raffle by reserving your spot.

The purchases made at this event will benefit Charleston Surfrider, which raises funds and awareness for ocean and marine conservation in the Lowcountry. This is the local chapter of the Surfrider Foundation, a grassroots nonprofit that aims to protect beaches, oceans, and waterways across the United States.

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