Post-Race Block Party

Post-Race Block Party

on Hutson Alley following the 41st Annual Cooper River Bridge Run, w/ The Black Diamond Band, Dave Landeo (Solo), Finnegan Bell (Duo)

Sat · April 7, 2018

9:00 am (event ends at 1:00 pm)

$10 - Adult | Free - Kids 12 & Under

Tickets at the Door

Live Music

Food & Beverages Available for Purchase

Portion of Proceeds Benefitting The Medi

Post-Race Block Party
Holy City Hospitality, The Charleston Music Hall, and Ear for Music are excited to host a Post-Race Block Party on Hutson Alley following the 41st annual Cooper River Bridge Run on April 7, 2018. The Block party will take place from 9am-1pm with a portion of proceeds benefiting The Medi Community Resource Center. Indoor and outdoor festivities will include raffle items from local vendors and live music from The Black Diamond Band, Dave Landeo, and Finnegan Bell. Food and beverage will be available for purchase and 21+ attendees can enjoy mimosas, a beer garden with Lee Distributors, and bloody marys with Firefly Vodka and Natural Blonde Bloody Mary Mix. The Victor Social Club will also open early with a limited menu in addition to the Block Party’s entertainment.

Event entry will be $10 per person (kids 12 and under free) and attendees can check-in at either entrance to Hutson Alley located at 39 John St. or 26 Hutson St. 21+ attendees will need to show valid ID for a wristband upon check-in.

About Holy City Hospitality:
Founded in 2001 by Michael Bennett, Holy City Hospitality is one of Charleston’s largest locally-owned hospitality companies dedicated to inspiring memorable experiences through inventive ingredients and gracious service. Holy City Hospitality consists of Michael’s on the Alley, 39 Rue de Jean, Coast Bar and Grill, Vincent Chicco’s, and The Victor Social Club, all located on Hutson Alley. The alley is a quaint hidden gem in the heart of Charleston’s peninsula, with Virginia’s on King just around the corner. Additional restaurants include 39 Rue de Jean in Savannah along with Good Food Catering and the Historic Rice Mill, a waterfront event space in downtown Charleston. For more information, call 843-725-5959 or visit www.holycityhospitality.com​. Fans can also follow Holy City Hospitality on ​Twitter​ and Instagram​.

About The Medi Community Resource Center:
The Medi Community Resource Center (CRC) is a virtual support center dedicated to helping social service organizations develop a culture of collaboration through education and use of technology. The goal of the CRC is to connect the community to social services, using technology to exchange social service information. This exchange is not only efficient but more importantly is safer, timelier, effective, equitable, and person-centered. Learn more at www.themedi.org​.

About Ear for Music:
We are a full-service entertainment agency that specializes in providing one-of-a kind events with the music industry’s hottest stars, emerging talent, and local favorites. EFM thrives in talent buying, production management, and full service concert or festival promotion. We deliver a unique listening experience for any performance setting. We handle all elements from the artist booking to the final encore.

We are All Things Music.
Venue Information:
Charleston Music Hall
37 John Street
Charleston, South Carolina, 29403
http://charlestonmusichall.com/