The Monday after the Super Bowl is always rough. Woof. But thankfully we've got a whole week of free to turn our Monday around and make this week a good one. From live music to comedy, a First Friday and a Second Sunday, here's how to rock out your week on the cheap.
Monday Bid indie rocker Connor Donahue goodbye at his farewell concert at the Local 616.
Don't miss Leigh Ann Beverley's photo exhibit of rockers both on-stage and off at King Dusko before it packs up and hits the road.
Blakely Little's exhibit at Real Estate Studio also ends this week.
Markie Morantz will be playing some jams at Blind Tiger.
Tuesday Hit up Joe Pasta for some free comedy.
Meet the eight startup companies have been accepted into the accelerator program. Meet he businesses and their mentors at the first Harbor Happy Hour.
The deck of the Pour House has some Americana jams courtesy of Josh Roberts and the Hinges.
Wednesday Learn how to make musical instruments out of recycled goods from Dojo Nowhere.
The City of Charleston is hosting a meeting to discuss how to zone the Upper Peninsula.
Get through this hump day with some alternative music from Anguish and Steph Something at The Sparrow.
Thursday Learn about the current status of the real estate market and chat with experts at the YEX Real Estate Experts Panel Discussion.
Lumberjack Time-Traveler brings their funk and hip-hop jams to the Bay Street Biergarten.
Samantha Siegel stops by the monthly meeting of the Robert Lunz Group of the Sierra Club to discuss the decision to open the East Coast to seismic testing and offshore drilling.
Friday The Robert Lange Studios celebrates 10 years in the business with a new exhibit.
The Boys of Liberty Hill examines how a community was affected by the Vietnam War.
The Gibbes Museum is taking their annual Art on Paper exhibit on the road to The Vendue hotel.
It's time for another First Friday, which means you can see all the new art that's hanging on Broad Street this month while sipping on some wine.
Will these comedians new jokes fall flat or soar? Find out at Blast Off? at Theatre 99.
Saturday Spend the morning with your furry pal at Isle of Palm's Doggie Day.
Chow down and drink up at The Barbeque Joint's seventh anniversary party.
Science and math are cool. Bring any K-12 students you know to Brittlebank Park to show them that math can be fun at the Charleston STEM Festival.
The Charleston Veggies and Vegans will screen Blinders, a documentary about the New York City horse-drawn carriage industry.
Local artists are showcased at Charleston Artist's Guild 61st Member Exhibition.
Sunday End the weekend with some Americana jams at Surf Bar.
Get your promenade and stroll King Street car free at Second Sunday.