Monday, September 30, 2013
Put on your dancing boots and bring your appetite to the second annual Lowcountry Hoedown presented by Bottles Beverage Superstore. This all-inclusive shindig returns to Charleston Visitor Center Bus Shed on Saturday, Nov. 9 from 7-11 p.m. The full line-up of restaurants, distilleries, breweries and entertainment for the 2013 event has been announced and it won’t disappoint.
Sip & swig on bourbon, moonshine and whiskey cocktails from over a dozen distilleries including Charleston’s own Striped Pig Distillery, scheduled to open later this year. Enjoy craft brews from three great Southern states, including local favorite Holy City Brewing. Nibble and nosh on BBQ & tasty Southern treats from a dozen restaurants and artisan food vendors, including Right on Que who took home the 2012 Fan Favorite Food Award. And of course, no Hoedown is complete without dancing, so plan to get down to the funky rhythms of two fantastic bluegrass bands: Seven Handle Circus from Atlanta, Ga., A and The Barefoot Movement from Johnson City, Tenn.
As organizers like to say if it’s from South of the Mason-Dixon Line and East of the Mississippi, it’s fit for this Hoedown. So suit up in your best plaid and prepare for a boot stompin’ good time. The full line-up of participants can be found at www.lowcountryhoedown.com
Tickets can be purchased at Bottles Beverage Superstore (610 Coleman Blvd, Mt Pleasant) or online at www.lowcountryhoedown.com. Tickets are $50 in advance, $65 at the door (if available), and include sampling from all participating vendors and live entertainment. A portion of the proceeds from this event benefit Pet Helpers, a local non-profit rescue & adoption center for cats, dogs, and other furry creatures.
What: Lowcountry Hoedown
When:Saturday, Nov. 9, 7–11 p.m.
Where: Charleston Visitor’s Center Bus Shed
Details: Learn more at www.lowcountryhoedown.com
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