The 2019 Piccolo Spoleto Series

Grass In the Hall Featuring Red Cedar Review, Marshgrass Mamas, and Bluestone Ramblers Wednesday, May 29 Women + Springsteen: A Tribute to Bruce Springsteen Featuring 8 Local Female Vocalists, The Hungry Monks, and The Western Polaroids Thursday, May 30 Soundtrack of the 80s Featuring Quiana Parler, Charlton Singleton & Friends Saturday, June 1 HEART – […]

Summer of Potter Art Submission

THE CHARLESTON MUSIC HALL PRESENTS… THE ​SUMMER OF POTTER A Harry Potter Themed Art Show ARTIST SUBMISSION GUIDELINES Hello, Artists! Thank you for your interest in participating in The ​Summer of Potter ​film series being held at the Charleston Music Hall. We will be screening all 8 Harry Potter films this summer, and we want […]

Summer of Potter

The Summer of Potter A Harry Potter Film Series w/ a Harry Potter Inspired Art Exhibition Film Schedule: The Sorcerer’s Stone – June 10 The Chamber of Secrets – June 17 The Prisoner of Azkaban – June 24 The Goblet of Fire – July 1 The Order of the Phoenix – July 8 The Half-Blood […]

Gift Certificates!

Charleston Music Hall Gift Certificates are now available! Gift Certificates can be used to purchase event tickets and Music Hall merchandise. Gift Certificates are available for purchase through our Box Office either in person at 37 John Street or by calling us at 843-853-2252. Gift certificates must be redeemed through the Box Office as well. Gift […]

Summer of Wes

The Charleston Music Hall is thrilled to present The Summer of Wes which will include the screening of 8 Wes Anderson Films, a Wes Anderson Inspired Art Exhibition, and The Music of Wes Concert! Wes Anderson is regarded as one of the most creative film directors and writers of our time. Known for his “meticulously […]

The 2018 Piccolo Spoleto Series

Tickets on sale now!  Individual Show Info Below CMH, Charleston Magazine, & Charleston Arts Festival Presents: Pecha Kucha 30 Wednesday, May 30 Doors Open: 6PM |Event Starts: 7PM $12 – Advance | $14 – Day of Show More Information | Ticket Link The Charleston Music Hall is thrilled to be teaming up with Charleston Arts Festival to […]

The Lord of the Rings Trilogy

The Charleston Music Hall is thrilled to present The Lord of the Rings Trilogy film series – EXTENDED VERSIONS! You heard us right, Extended baby! That means 682 minutes of Middle Earth joy! Will Frodo and Sam cast the one ring into the flames of Mount Doom?!? Come join us for three days of LOTR […]

Miyazaki Film Fest

Film Schedule: Kiki’s Delivery Service – 1:00PM Howl’s Moving Castle – 3:30PM Spirited Away – 6:15PM Nausicaä of the Valley of the Wind – 9:00PM 4 Film Day Pass + Specialty Event Posters – $36 | Buy Pass We are thrilled to partner with Charleston City Paper & Captain’s Comics and Toys to present Miyazaki Film […]

A Christopher Guest Film Series

The Charleston Music Hall is thrilled to present A Christopher Guest Film Series. We will screen four classic Guest films including This Is Spinal Tap, Waiting for Guffman, Best in Show, and A Mighty Wind. Mockumentaries AHOY! All films are $8, but you can buy a 4 film pass for only $20 or a 4 […]

Show Review: Joseph October 1st, 2017

By Emma Penny The trio of sisters that makes up the band Joseph filled the Charleston Music Hall on October 1st with their powerful vocals and captivating harmonies for an intimate Sunday night. The concert opened with Liza Anne, a singer-songwriter from Saint Simons Island, Georgia, now based in Nashville. She says on her Facebook […]

The Summer of Bill Film Series

The Charleston Music Hall is thrilled to present The Summer of Bill Film Series, a 7 film series composed of Bill Murray films with a corresponding art exhibit. The Summer of Bill Art Exhibit will have a Free opening party on May 31st from 5:30 – 7:30pm. Local Murray-lover, Tiffany “Mish” Pretlow, is organizing the […]

Show Review: Portugal. The Man

By MacKenzie O’Brien I walked into the Music Hall on April 7th with no idea what to expect. My friends raved about Portugal. The Man, but I had never gotten around to checking them out. So when the band took to the sparse, low-lit stage, I worried I might be sitting through 2 hours of […]

Piccolo Spoleto Concert Series 2017

Women & Parsons: A Tribute to Gram Parsons w/ Lindsay Holler, Hazel Ketchum, Lauren Cahill, Delia Chariker, Regina Ruopoli, Beattie Porter, Aisha Kenyetta, and Jordan Igoe Saturday, May 27th Doors Open: 7PM | Show Starts: 8PM More Information | Buy Tickets The Charleston Music Hall is thrilled to team up with Piccolo Spoleto to present Women […]

THREE acoustic evenings with NEEDTOBREATHE

Tuesday, November 28th Doors Open: 7PM | Show Starts: 8PM $39.50 TIER 3 | $49.50 TIER 2 | $59.50 TIER 1 More Information | Buy Tickets Wednesday, November 29th Doors Open: 7PM | Show Starts: 8PM $39.50 TIER 3 | $49.50 TIER 2 | $59.50 TIER 1 More Information | Buy Tickets Friday, December 1st […]

Show Review: Ann Wilson of Heart March 22, 2017

By Regan Hardaway Ann Wilson, one of rock’s most pioneering and talented women, brought hard rock back to life at the Charleston Music Hall on Wednesday March 22. She opened her show with the legendary “Barracuda” and then “Crazy on You”—the famous galloping guitar riff followed by her impressive melisma-heavy soprano vocals kicked off the […]

Show Review: St. Paul & the Broken Bones March 16, 2017

St. Paul & the Broken Bones: A Southern Soul’s Favorite By Whitley Lewis Paul Janeway’s magnifying voice kicked off a two-night sell-out at the Charleston Music Hall on April 16th, as he opened the show with  “Crumbling Light Posts, Pt. 1” from St. Paul’s newest album, Sea of Noise. This entrance not only excited the […]

Dinner Add On Special

Dinner is hosted at your choice of either Vincent Chicco’s and Virginia’s on King! Both restaurants are located right next to the Charleston Music Hall on Hutson Alley. Please allow 1 hour and 15 mins for dinner prior to the show. Tax and gratuity are not included in the ticket price. Tax and 18% gratuity […]

The Best Friend Program

The Charleston Music Hall and National Shows 2 are excited to announce The Best Friend Program at The Charleston Music Hall. Originally built as a train station in 1850, The Music Hall once housed a train called The Best Friend. You can actually see a replica of this train at the train museum across the street from The Music Hall.