Concert Music, City Picks, Music


When: Fri., July 17, 8:30 p.m. 2009

Why do we love Eye Level Art? Because they like to party, that’s why. In addition to opening a spanking new gallery downtown (103 Spring St.), they’ve continued to give Charleston scenesters countless opportunities to dress up and boogie down. Whether it’s an outdoor movie, a funky concert, or a portrait contest, this contemporary art gallery is clearly not afraid to push the envelope. Join them on Friday for the first of their summer concerts, featuring the electro-rock-punk-jazz sounds of local band Morimoto. Not only will you be showered with beer and sangria, but you’ll be able to enjoy it all outdoors during the first set in 103 Spring’s back courtyard (for those of you spoiled by air conditioning, don’t worry — the second set will move indoors). Live painting by local artist Angela Chvarak and finger foods by the culinary excellence of Maya Morrill will complement the evening. If that’s not enough to rock your socks off, then drop by the gallery on the following Sunday for an all ages concert featuring the folk band Ghosts and Lindsay Holler’s Western Polaroids. —Nick Rosser

Price: $10/advance, $15

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