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Marsh Jame at the Bend

  • The Bend 3775 Azalea Drive North Charleston, SC, 29405 United States (map)

The Bend Announces Marsh Jam in Conjunction with Awendaw Green. A monthly outdoor performance of local musicians, poets and more

The Bend, a 17-acre property on the banks of the Ashley River, is proud to present Marsh Jam, an outdoor performance featuring local musicians, comedians and storytellers. In collaboration with Eddie White and the team behind Awendaw Green Barn Jams, Marsh Jam will take place on Thursday, June 1st from 6:00 - 9:00 p.m. and is open to the public at no cost in North Charleston. Gates will officially open at 4:30 p.m.

“By undertaking collaborative projects like Marsh Jam, The Bend is committed to serving the Charleston-area as a natural commune for artists, cultural experiences and goodwill,” said Susan Pearlstine, owner of The Bend. “We invite everyone in the community to join at no cost and enjoy an incredible lineup of up-and-coming talent.”

Marsh Jam will feature the following acts (in order of appearance)

6:00pm Poppy Native https://soundcloud.com/poppynative/sets/samoa
6:40pm Jeremy McLellan http://jeremymclellan.com/
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KPejK2tnl04
7:00pm HoneySmoke http://www.honeysmokeband.com/ 
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZeJWN3DJpfQ 
8:30pm Jeremy McLellan
8:40pm Tyler Cash https://soundcloud.com/tylerluxury
9:15pm Johnny Jr.https://www.reverbnation.com/johnnyjr

Beer by Palmetto Brewing
Eats by Roti Rolls 

The Bend is located on 3775 Azalea Drive in North Charleston. To learn more about the property, experiences and events, visitwww.thebendcharleston.com.

About The Bend
Purchased by locally-owned Pearlstine Company in 2014, The Bend is a 17-acre natural gathering place on the banks of the Ashley River looking to create mindfully with a larger community vision guiding all decisions. The property’s history dates back to the 1600s in a series of land grants made by the Lords Proprietors and has gone by the names Stock Prior, Quarter House, Accabee Plantation, Ryedale, Anna Brae, Malona, and most recently Ashley Shores. Open to the public, The Bend will deliver a series of cultural events and learning experiences to share with the community. For more information, visit www.thebendcharleston.com or follow The Bend on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter.

Earlier Event: May 30
Charleston Good: Good Sharing Social
Later Event: June 4
Holy City Vintage Brunch Market

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