Here's the weekend round-up, you know the drill

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Hello ladies and gents, welcome again to another edition of TheDigitel's weekend round-up.

If you're looking for something exciting to get into this weekend, you've come to the right place. Let's tackle these upcoming events one day at a time.


Friday is looking pretty sparse in the events department, but today happens to be the day that tickets to the Robert Plant and Band of Joy concert at the North Charleston PAC go one sale.

Tonight, Charleston's newest Irish pub, Molly Darcy's, kicks off their weekend-long grand opening celebration with drink specials, door prizes, live music, Jameson girls, Irish dancing and more. If you're looking for something more low key, stop by the Michael Mitchell Gallery on Upper King for an opening art reception for artist KC Collins.


The events pick up on Saturday with the grand opening party and artists reception at Iron Lotus Tattoo Studio. Local art will adorn the walls, and the Early Bird Diner is providing the food. It's a win-win situation if you ask me. As far as performance art goes, the Jazz Artists of Charleston are proud to present Trinidadian-born, internationally acclaimed, trumpeter and percussionist Etienne Charles and the South of Broadway Theatre's 'Power Play' opens to the public.

If you've been searching for the perfect feline friend, head out to Ravenel for the Feline Fall Festival benefit/adoption event.

The oyster roast season is upon us, and the Charleston Collegiate School on John's Island is hosting the Rock n Roast from 1 to 5 p.m. Get ready for an afternoon filled with oysters, a pig pickin', live music from The 3 Dudes, Eddie Bush and The Mayhem and The Deciders.

If you don't want to feel guilty about grubbing out at the Rock n Roast, shake up your morning workout and sign up for the chance to turn downtown Charleston into your own personal gym with guidance from EatFit LiveFit + CrossFit Mt. Pleasant.


Because one oyster roast per weekend in Charleston would be blasphemy, Charleston Community Sailing is hosting their 4th Annual Oyster Roast from 4 to 7 p.m. at Bowen's Island. There's even more foodie fun to be had at Slow Food Charleston's pot luck dinner at The Glass Onion.

Don't forget all of you crosstraining athletes out there, The Charleston Bicycle Co. is putting on another cyclecross race at the Wannamaker County Park in North Charleston.

Don't forget (if you're a fan, how could you?) that Harry Potter the Deathly Hallows: Part 1 has hit theaters. Check local listings to get your fix this weekend.

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