Grape4 R

The yearly grapes harvest is here with us and with it, comes an opportunity to stomp the grapes too. Exciting right? For that reason, you should not miss to attend the Deep water vineyard grape stomp festival. This annual event is arguably one of the most thrilling festivals ever in the events calendar. You must be wondering how you can be part of the fun, right? Read on to know how.

Charleston Sippin Tour 01

Gather up the crew and get ready for a first-class party adventure! To kickoff the celebration we’ll pick you up in celebrity VIP style. With a party bus big enough for you and 17 of your friends to get wild in there is no excuse for humdrum memory making. Blacked out windows mean that what happens on the party bus stays on the party bus. Flashing colored and strobe lights help to get the festivities started, and when you hook up your phone or music device to our world class sound system it’s seemingly impossible not to get into the mood to play. Soft and fluffy, our leather seats will entice you to roll around in their whipped butter-like existence, but with the bass pumping and the drinks flowing you’ll be hard pressed to remain in that seated position for too long. A large privacy window allows you to decide whether you want to include your driver in on the fun, and 2 wet bars stocked with champagne and rocks glasses take your soiree up a notch, giving you all the power in your exclusive private party experience.

Bachelor Party Brewery Tour 01

A bachelor party can mean many things. For some, it is a wild night of debauchery marking the last night of freedom. They paint a picture of an old hag at home keeping her husband under lock and key, never to see the light of day or the light of fun again. For most, though, it is simply a time to celebrate with your closest friends one of the biggest events of your life. You’re getting married! Now of course almost everyone is going to want to loosen up a bit and throw a few drinks back. What better way to celebrate your Bachelor Party than with a true Charleston Brewery tour.

Charleston  Fireworks

It's that time of year again to celebrate the birth of American Independence with a bang and there are plenty of ways to get your party on in Charleston.  From parades to fireworks we have you covered on the best places to hang out with friends and family and enjoy the festivities.

NOTICE: Folly Beach Public Safety issued an announcement via their facebook page stating that there will be no fireworks display this year on Folly for 4th of July. This is due in part to the exceptionally high tides which will make it impossible to stay within state regulations regarding space requirements.

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