March 06, 2013
871 Riverland Drive (James Island)
Rob Britt says... Really enjoyed the lights last year (2012) that was our first time going. I am not much for holidays to be honest, but the lights transcended Christmas and reached out to all of us. Fun times with nursery rhymes, aliens, santa claus, the bridges, elves, gnomes, reindeer, horses, etc etc. We had to take two laps around in the car to take it all in (including snapping lots of pictures) Word of caution, some folks have complained of lack of porta potties/rest rooms, etc, so go with an empty bladder. We plan to go again this year (this is free if you buy a gold pass, which lets you into the park all year anytime for only $65 fro county residents. well worth buying the pass) ★★★★★
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Delvina Wescott says... We had a really great time at James Island this past Saturday. The band is really great and the vocals were terrific! We also enjoyed the laser light show! "Big Ups" to the crew for getting those mics back up and running. I think you should have one instrumental groove in all of your shows. The musicians are really good. Hope to see you at the Moja Festival! Peace ★★★★★
April 19-21, 2013
This annual showcase of all things outdoor-rec-related (formerly known as the East Coast Canoe & Kayak Festival) usually has at least a booth or two with some seriously crazy equipment. This is where we saw foldable kayaks before they were a thing. And since you can try out plenty of what's on display, from canoes to bicycles to archery sets, there's no better place to try your luck at paddleboarding. Though you might lose your pride, it won't cost you a cent (after the $10 "try it" pass, that is).