Entertainment

Theater in South of Broad & the French Quarter

Dock Street Theatre

Dock Street Theatre is an exquisite place to see theater. It has plenty of history – a previous iteration opened in 1736 on the same spot, becoming the first theater in America. The current performing arts center is…
Baseball in East Side, NoMo & Hampton Park

Joseph P Riley, Jr Park

Home of the RiverDogs minor league baseball team and the Citadel team. The stadium is a namesake of a long-time former Charleston mayor who regularly attends games, but it is more often referred to as 'the Joe.' On …
Concert Venue in Harleston Village, Upper King & Cannonborough Elliottborough

Music Farm

A popular downtown concert venue, with local and national acts from every imaginable genre. The place isn't very big; in the summertime it often fills up and gets pretty sweaty.
Comedy in East Side, NoMo & Hampton Park

Theatre 99

Performances and classes in improv comedy. Very funny stuff, to the point where locals drop in multiple times a week.
Live Performance in Harleston Village, Upper King & Cannonborough Elliottborough

Charleston Music Hall

An intimate performance venue with great acoustics and not a bad seat in the house. Ideal for live music or theater.