Lowcountry Wine & Beer Festival
Sample an array of wines from around the world, delicious Lowcountry buffet, and fine craft beers on the Village Green at Kiawah’s Freshfields Village. The annual event also features a silent auction and live jazz music by Lilly B’. Proceeds benefit the Barrier Islands Free Medical Clinic.
September 2 | 4:00 – 7:30pm Photo: Southern Living Taste of Charleston

Charleston Restaurant Week
Charleston Restaurant Week is one of the area’s most highly anticipated culinary events, an excellent opportunity to enjoy the world-renowned cuisine at a bargain. More than 120 Lowcountry restaurants will participate this year, by offering prix fixe menus consisting of three items for a flat fee of $20, $30 or $40. It’s always a good idea to call ahead and reserve a table during this popular event.
September 5 – 16

Scottish Games & Highland Gathering
Enthusiasts of bagpipes, piping and drumming bands, Highland and Scottish country dancing, heavy athletics, and Celtic rock convene for the popular annual event at Boone Hall Plantation. Other featured activities include Highland wrestling, a craft beer garden, genealogy and clan tents, Border Collie demonstrations, and a Beer Dinner. Kilts optional.
September 15 | 9:00am – 5:00pm

Charleston Museum Mile Weekend
During Museum Mile Weekend, a single pass allows visitors admission to 13 sites along and around Meeting Street in historic downtown Charleston over the course of the three-day weekend. Included are six museums, five nationally important historic houses, four scenic parks, and a Revolutionary War powder magazine. The Weekend Pass is $25 for adults and $10 for children 12 and under.
September 21 – 23

MOJA Arts Festival
MOJA, Swahili for “one,” is an all-inclusive celebration of harmony in the Charleston community. Highlighting the many African-American and Caribbean contributions made to western and world cultures, MOJA’s range of events includes visual arts, classical music, dance, gospel, jazz, poetry, rhythm and blues, storytelling, theater, children’s activities, traditional crafts, ethnic food, and much more.
September 27 – October 7

Preservation Society of Charleston Annual Fall Tour of Houses & Gardens
Experience Charleston’s distinctive architecture, history and culture from the inside, as you tour privately owned properties open to the public exclusively for this popular event. Tours highlight American architecture from the early Georgian period to the 21st Century, showcasing unique neighborhoods that represent Charleston’s flourishing culture from the Colonial era to the present.
September 27 – October 28

Southern Living Taste of Charleston
Fifty of the Lowcountry’s finest restaurants will participate in this annual celebration of local cuisine, serving samples of their signature dishes and beverages. Enjoy live entertainment, the legendary Waiters’ Race, a children’s area, and a beer tent featuring craft and specialty beers. The Southern Living area features editor appearances, editorial-inspired vignettes, demonstrations, giveaways and more.
September 30 | Gates open at 10:30am

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