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Weekend Round-Up: Naughty or Nice

The best events in Charleston July 20-22

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We know you’re freaking out about finishing Fifty Shades of Grey. The Terrace Theater’s got you covered with the Hysteria Premiere Party, complete with give-a-ways from Guilty Pleasures.

Magic, breakfast buffets, and live entertainment are smacked into one morning with a Fairytale Breakfast.

Looking for some competition this weekend? The Cornhole Tournament and Cookout might be just what you’re looking for to fill the void. If you prefer getting wet, there’s the Folly Pier Fishing Tournament.

We hope you like movies, because you have plenty to choose from. If you have the family, take them to Movies at the Mt. Pleasant Pier, or the Community Cinema Series: Wanda the Wonderful. If it’s just the big kids, depress them by taking them to They Call It Myanmar.

Let the outdoorsman in you come out like an alien from Sigourney Weaver’s chest. Pump those morning endorphins at the RIDEdwin Bike Breakfast. Then head to the water with the Shem Creek Birding Tour. You can end your day with yet another boat tour, just in case you haven’t had enough—the Isle of Palms Sunset Tour.

Warm up your taste buds. If you’re on the hops diet, get schooled on some craft beers at the Advintage Beer Tasting. If you’re on a more cookies and ice-cream sort of diet, Sugar Bakeshop downtown will have Christmas in July. And if you’re trying to have a more healthy diet, you should probably just move out of the south.

If you have a soul, and enjoy humor, you have some comedy choices this weekend. Exclammatory shows The Have Nots!, This is Chucktown!, and Bingo Improv will be at Theatre 99. Plus the weekly TROM is at Tin Roof.

Theater ain’t so scarce, either. Musical geeks can check out Let the Good Times Roll, Shakespeare buffs can see A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and day trippers have Summer Slam: Love Song.

Don’t forget the music! If you’re downtown and looking to dance, Rawberry Jam, The Louie D. Project, Minimum Wage, and Pop Machine will all be playing in different spots throughout the weekend.

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