Party at the Point 2021
July 2nd - July 30th • 5pm-9pm
Charleston’s premiere Happy Hour concert series is back for its 20th season that takes place Friday evenings from July 2nd-July 30th! Party At The Point is Charleston's best and longest running happy hour concert series in town. Coming into its 20th season we are ready to reopen the doors to Charleston's one & only Beach Party!
This family-friendly event is hosted on our beachfront and features live music and plenty of food and drinks.
To ensure everyone's safety this season we will only be opening a limited amount of GA tickets for each event for 600 lucky folks, so get your tickets in advance while supplies last!
Free parking is available along the road leading into the Charleston Harbor Resort and Marina. Uber & Lyft drop off area will be available to all guests to use, located 50 yards from the entrance.
See you on the beach!
•Adult tickets: $10
•Ages 12 & under: Free
Fri, Jul 2 at 5pm
Kids 12 & Under are Free
There’s a reason legends like Mix Master Mike of the Beastie Boys and Method Man of Wu-Tang Clan have been photographed wearing Dubplates gear.
It’s the same reason Papa Robbie was performing with King Yellowman in the 90s and was named by Shabba Ranks. It’s the same reason you could find Daddy Brady voicing tunes with Jigsy King in Jamaica in 2004. And it’s the same reason Big Hair and Daddy Brady opened for Damian Marley in 2005 on the Welcome to Jamrock tour. It’s because The Dubplates family is humble and legit.
Since youth their favorite tunes were roads to find artist’s influences. The Clash lead to Lee Perry the same way RUN DMC leads to King Yellowman.
That’s why this band was born from a Dancehall Reggae Soundsystem. What does that mean? It means they ain’t scared of a microphone. It means that every Dubplates show is a dance. Most importantly it means they present their songs the way they would present records on turntables. With the same reverence a priest holds the Bible.
They do it with a deep love and respect for the people and places that inspired each song. They bust out blues, afrobeat, hip hop, rocksteady, dub, dancehall and ska.
No matter style they touch, it is recorded and performed with relentless attention to the traditions and innovations of the originators.
New Ghost Town
a Newgrass Tribute to Tom Petty & other assorted pop songs
Fri, Jul 9 at 5pm
The New Ghost Town quintet is made up of 5 musicians that have played thousands of shows across the US, getting together and combining their love of bluegrass and American songwriter and legend Tom Petty.
The band consists of the New Ghost Town founders Whitt Algar (also of Gaslight Street, Sideshow Americans) on guitar and vocals, and Daniel Patrick (Top Ten Itunes Music podcast The Mandolins and Beer Podcast) on mandolin and vocals. The duo has played over 1,000 shows together around the Southeast. They have brought along Bobby Hogg (The Reckoning, Runaway Gin) on bass, James Anderson (Staggers and Jags) on fiddle and Justin Parrish (multiple bluegrass bands) to pay tribute to Tom Petty.
Fri, Jul 16 at 5pm
Fri, Jul 23 at 5pm
Founded in 2014, Mr. Holland's Oats is a tribute to the best selling duo ever: Hall and Oates and hails from Charleston, SC.
Fri, Jul 30 at 5pm
Rock the 90’s USA: The Official 90’s Rock Tribute takes you back to the glory days of rock - an eclectic buffet of all the best in 90's alternative radio rock - performed exactly like the original recordings. No gimmicks or costumes - Rock the 90's delivers a well-rehearsed, high-energy show that travels the road of 90's rock on all levels, including the detours and back roads of an often forgotten decade that produced some of the best guitar-driven songs in music history.