Looking for a great transitional shoe for fall? Look no further than Charleston Shoe Co.'s Pawleys. Their beloved espadrille wedge is now made with a canvas enclosed toe and elastic ankle straps for great support. And in black and white stripe they are sure to go with everything!
Shop the Charleston Shoe Co. at 160 King Street.
Vieuxtemps is having a huge End of Summer Sale starting September 6th with all sale items 35% off! On Second Sunday there will be a sale table outside their shop at 180 King Street with all remaining items marked down 50%. Plus they will be serving Big Tom Bloody Marys all day long!
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You're invited to a Charmed by Charity Soiree at Alex and Ani on Sunday, September 11 during 2nd Sunday. From 1-3pm, sip refreshments, snack on small bites, and shop with others who share your passion for giving back. 15% of all proceeds* will be donated to support Windwood Farm Home for Children.
Join us Friday, August 26th at noon for Blue Bicycle Books Charleston Author Series luncheon at High Cotton, with mountain climber Harry Farthing and his new, action-packed, debut thriller SUMMIT. Tickets are only $31 for the author talk and delicious three-course luncheon at High Cotton, or $61 that includes the luncheon plus a signed, hardcover copy of SUMMIT.
High Cotton is located at 199 East Bay Street in downtown Charleston. Of course, there is a full-service cash bar for your enjoyment.
ABOUT THE BOOK:
It is 1938, the eve World War II, when Josef Becker, a renegade member of the German mountain infantry, is caught guiding a group of Austrian Jews over the mountains to escape to freedom into Switzerland.
Now, under arrest for treason and at the mercy of SS Jurgen Pfeiffer, Becker is presented with the choice to embark on a clandestine, SS-sponsored expedition up Mount Everest to bring glory to the Reich by planting the Nazi flag at the summit, or else his mother and sisters face execution. Becker, an expert climber, has no choice but to accept the challenge to secretly climb Everest.
On his long journey to Everest, Becker meets Magda, a beautiful Jewish girl escaping the Third Reich, but their romance is threatened when the watchful Nazi accompanying Becker becomes aware of the growing relationship between the two. Becker's greatest challenge lies ahead once he reaches India and begins the death-defying climb up Everest, accompanied only by Ang Noru, an accomplished Sherpa.
Becker brings with him his army issued ice axe, with his initials inscribed in the handle, and a 35mm Leica 111 with which to record his climb. Years later, both the axe and the camera will become objects that men are willing to kill for.
In the present day, Englishman Neil Quinn, an Everest-veteran, guides climbers up the formidable mountain for a living, but when an expedition with the 16-year-old son of a very wealthy man turns tragic, Quinn's life is upended. During the fraught descent, Quinn discovers an old ice axe that whilst it may save him on the mountain soon leads him into even graver danger below. Jean-Phillipe Sarron, Quinn's violent and corrupt employer, under heavy scrutiny himself in the wake of the tragedy, is out for his blood. Nepali thugs and Russian gangsters are soon pursuing Quinn and his Sherpa colleagues, sending Quinn racing down a path that leads him into the most disturbing corners of a resurging, neo-Nazi underworld.
Luckily, Quinn encounters important allies along the way, among them the Collector, an eccentric Munich antiques dealer, and Henrietta Richards, a retired British Embassy official in Kathmandu and passionate Everest expert. Both enlighten and help Quinn as he seeks out the origins of the mysterious ice axe and Beckers Leica, the value and symbolism of which are dangerously much more than they might seem at first.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
The author of SUMMIT, Harry Farthing, is himself an experienced climber and has a great love of mountain climbing history, in particular that of Everest. Farthings firsthand knowledge of Everest paints a vivid picture of the majesty of the mountain and also the hellish rigors climbers face in trying to conquer it as background to an exciting story, part-thriller, part-historical novel.
SUMMIT, his debut novel, marries his knowledge of world travel, adventure sports, mountaineering and modern history to create a gripping action story that is both compelling and thought provoking. Farthing has had a lifelong interest in exploration, archaeology and world history, both published and alternate.
He is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society and has traveled widely to extreme environments such as the Sahara Desert, the Himalaya, the Amazon and the Arctic North. An experienced mountaineer, he has climbed Mt Blanc and the Matterhorn in the Alps, Mt McKinley in Alaska, Shishapangma, the highest mountain in Tibet, and on Mount Everest itself.
In 2010 he successfully led all 13 members of a charity climb to the summit of Kilimanjaro in Africa. In 2011 he made a journey across North America by BMW Motorcycle that linked the Atlantic, Arctic and Pacific Oceans and traveled 2000 miles of unpaved roads above the 60th Parallel. That trip was the latest in a series of long motorcycle journeys that started with a ride from the UK to the Moroccan Sahara when he was just 19. An accomplished public speaker, he has also raised substantial funds for charity through his climbing.
Tickets are $31 for the author talk and luncheon, or $61 that includes the luncheon plus a signed, hardcover copy of SUMMIT. Click Here For Ticket Information. Doors open at 11:30 AM and lunch is served promptly at noon. Limited seating provides an intimate experience with the author. There is a cash bar for your enjoyment.
High Cotton is located at 199 East Bay Street, where the luncheon and discussion will take place. Parking is available at the Cumberland Street Garage, other municipal lots or at meters on the street.
Whether you want summer to last all year long or are counting down the days until fall, the Candlefish Chandlers can help! Visit The Library at Candlefish where their expert Chandlers will help you choose from over 100 exclusive fragrances.
For summer lovers, try #54 with notes of ozone, marine-watery, amber, and sandalwood. Fall lovers out there can try #46 with notes of pumpkin, nutmeg and anise.
This Sunday customers who would like to be a part of Woof Gang Bakery's mural behind the front desk can bring a photo of their pet for them to display, and receive 10% off their entire purchase! They will have sample treats for the pups, and just got in a new shipment of dog and cat toys, and collars! Visit Woof Gang Bakery Charleston at 341 King Street.
St. John currently has an ongoing sweepstakes until August 21st. Enter for your chance to win a $2,500 St. John Shopping Spree! No purchase necessary.*
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Go for the gold with Le Creuset's Gold Knob Collection, available exclusively at their Signature Boutiques and online. Their iconic pieces like their Dutch Oven are now available with gold knobs for an extra touch of elegance.
Join Charleston Krewe for tassels, treats, and sips on Sunday, August 14th from 12-5pm during 2nd Sunday on King Street. The Tiny Tassel, created by College of Charleston '14 Alum, will be hosting a pop-up shop in store. Indulge in your tassel obsession and lowcountry prints.
St. John Charleston Boutique invites you to a Trunk Show for the launch of St. John Sport, a collection that brings out a sense of luxe to leisure and an urban edge to the art of relaxation.
Visit the boutique on August 20th from 12-6pm and be the first to shop the Sport Collection, launching in October for Resort 2017. RSVP to this event by e-mailing email@example.com.
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TINA Stephens will be running 30% off of all skirts from 7/5-7/11. Whether you're wearing it to work or for a night out on the town, TEES by TINA skirts will keep you looking sharp & feeling comfortable. The textures are designed to visually slim women of all sizes; these skirts will quickly become your new go-to!
Visit the Roberto Coin Boutique during 2nd Sunday on King Street and enjoy wine and snacks while you shop dazzling rings, vibrant necklaces, and brilliant earrings. Seen here is their Coin classic ring featuring Black Jade, Blue Quartz, Mother of Pearl and Diamonds.
Stop by the boutique at 200 King Street in the King Street Antique District.
Visit HandPicked at 333 King Street and shop their newest arrivals from chic sterling silver bracelets to boho Amazonite stone necklaces. They have the perfect pieces to add the finishing touches to your summer wardrobe.
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Here's the sale you've been waiting for... the Annual Summer Clearance at Affordables. Right in the heart of the Fashion District at 305 King Street, Affordables has skirts, pants, tops, dresses, jewelry, shoes, hats and handbags at unbelievable prices at 20% to 80% off regular prices.
The Clearance sale will run until the end of July but stop into the Charleston store for the greatest selection right away.
Tickets are only $30 for the author talk and delicious three-course luncheon, or $57 that includes the luncheon plus a signed, hardcover copy of Pit Bull. Halls Chophouse is located at 434 King Street in downtown Charleston. Of course, there is a full-service cash bar for your enjoyment.
About the Book:
When Bronwen Dickey brought her new dog home, she saw no traces of the infamous viciousness in her affectionate, timid pit bull. Which made her wonder: how had the breed—beloved by Teddy Roosevelt, Helen Keller, TV's "Little Rascals"—come to be known as a brutal fighter.
Her search for answers takes her from nineteenth-century New York City dog-fighting pits — the cruelty of which helped spark the founding of the ASPCA — to early 20th-century movie sets where pit bulls cavorted with Fatty Arbuckle and Buster Keaton; from the battlefields of Gettysburg and the Marne, where mascot pit bulls inspired American troops, to desolate urban neighborhoods where the dogs were brutalized.
Whether through love or fear, hatred or devotion, humans are bound to the history of the pit bull. With unfailing thoughtfulness, compassion, and a firm grasp of scientific fact, Dickey offers us a clear-eyed portrait of this extraordinary breed, and an insightful view of Americans' relationship with their dogs.
"A thoughtful examination of pit bulls and an intense look at ourselves and society. Dickey adeptly scrutinizes the science used to condemn pit bulls to separate fact from fiction and thus weaves a narrative that artfully relays both the hard science and the emotion of the pit bull issue . . . This exceptional, thoroughly researched, and expertly written work is a must.” ---Library Journal (starred review)
She is an essayist and journalist and a contributing editor for the Oxford American. Her work has also appeared in The New York Times, The Virginia Quarterly Review, Newsweek, Outside, Popular Mechanics, Best American Travel Writing 2009, Slate, Garden & Gun, The San Francisco Chronicle, Southern Living, World Hum, Sport Diver, and The Independent Weekly, among other publications.
In 2009 she received a first-place Lowell Thomas Award in travel journalism and a residency grant from the MacDowell Colony.
In 2013 Bronwen penned an essay The Last Wild River for Vanderbilt Magazine about the Chatooga River, the setting for her father’s famous film, Deliverance. The Chattooga is generally recognized to be the wildest, most unforgiving in Southern Appalachia.
“I wasn’t born until 10 years after Deliverance was filmed. What I knew of the river—and by extension, what I knew of Southern Appalachia—I knew only from the film and from memories of my father. I wanted to see the river while it remained, as it was called in the movie, “the last wild … river in the South,” she wrote.
She is a graduate of Duke University, where she studied American history and English literature, and Columbia University, where she received two fellowships in creative writing and taught literary nonfiction. She lives in North Carolina.
Tickets are $30 for lunch plus tax and processing fee, or $57 for lunch and a signed, hardcover copy of Pit Bull. Click here to order your tickets.
Doors open at 11:30 AM and lunch is served promptly at noon. Limited seating provides an intimate experience with the author. There is a cash bar bar for your enjoyment.
Say I Do in Style! Whether you're looking to bejewel the bridesmaids, outfit the groomsmen with custom cuff links or show your appreciation for the entire bridal party with personalized gifts, Moon and Lola is here to help make your big day special with their Party Collection. They offer special Bridal discounts. Enjoy:
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“We’re excited about bringing the best of Southern Season to downtown customers and visitors,” says Teresa Troutman, general manager for the Charleston area stores including the 43,000-square-foot, 80,000-item Southern Season store at 730 Coleman Boulevard in Mount Pleasant. “Customers will find a wide selection of Lowcountry and Southern regional products and gifts, and we will provide free delivery of other items – including deli sandwiches and catered meals – from the Mount Pleasant store to the peninsula.”
Shoppers at the Charleston Taste store will enjoy opportunities to sample gourmet nibbles and enter drawings for premium giveaways this weekend, including a gift basket loaded with South Carolina products and a years’ worth of free classes at the Southern Season Cooking School in Mount Pleasant.
Additionally, Saturday is one of a series of Food Lovers Saturday customer appreciation events scheduled through June. At both locations, single-transaction sales of at least $100 (pre-tax) are eligible for a 20 percent discount.
The Charleston Taste store will be open 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday-Thursday, 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Friday-Saturday, and noon to 5 p.m. Sunday.
Visit ibu on June 12th from noon - 5pm for a Second Sunday Tent Sample Sale at 183 King Street. This blow-out sale starts at 50% off and goes down 10% each hour!
Also, check out ibu's New Africa collection. Designers, tired of dictates from Paris and New York, are returning to their own folkloric roots to fashion a distinctive sense of body, movement, clothing, even fragrance across Africa. African women are taking to the sewing machine, the beading needle, the spindle to create something out of their own hands and imaginations. Africa is defining itself, on its own terms, and ibu is celebrating.
Widows in Togo are fashioning wax printed cotton into swishy skirts. Masai women are beading cuffs and killer necklaces right out of their own collared artistry. Shoes are wrapping up the ankle like the snake bite protectors women have always worn in Namibia. Tie-dyed goat skin is finding form in clutches from Ethiopia. Fur from ranching food production becomes bags of wild desire. Explore the collection at 183 King Street.
North Carolina jewelry designer, Britt Anderson, visits Charleston during Spoleto Festival USA. Anderson creates each of his jewelry art pieces by hand, one at a time. In fact, he uses hand tools, many of which he created, and a 100 year old press, unusual for the modern wearable artist.
He is a master trained goldsmith and apprentice to the revered Werner Theobald, and employs a technique known as anticlastic raising or the art of metal manipulation. Thus, pushing the elastic limits of metal. Incorporating black Tahitian pearls or ethically sourced diamonds, his sculptural forms are deserved of a gallery in Charleston.
Corneau Goldsmithing Jewelry Gallery (92 Hasell Street, Charleston) will host Mr. Anderson in their store on Friday, June 10th and Saturday, June 11th as well as a meet & greet wine and cheese designer reception on Friday, June 10th from 5 pm – 7pm (open to the public).
The Charleston Angler at the City Market location is your connection to the Lowcountry Lifestyle. Here, you will find what you need to enjoy the Beach, Fishing and Social Events around town.... Apparel, Gear and Gifts by Nationally known brands as well as locally produced favorites.
Come by and get 15% off the iconic Charleston Angler branded apparel during 2nd Sunday. Father's Day is around to corner, so swing on by and browse the shelves to find his perfect gift.
Visit the City Market location at 188 Market Street.
This 2nd Sunday, Madewell is hosting a partnership event with local artist Morgan Cole. Born in California, but now happily settled on the east coast in Charleston, South Carolina, Morgan now works at Redux Contemporary Art Center. She graduated from Clemson in 2013 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts. Her art represents a lovely blend of both the west and east coast exploring the formal qualities of paint, which can be seen in her range of paintings.
Madewell will be offering 20% off your purchase of $125+. This event is set up to donate back to Redux and the artists who work from there. Visit the shop at 282 King Street in the King Street Fashion District.
Join ALEX AND ANI for their Charmed by Charity Soirée during 2nd Sunday on King Street, June 12th from 1-3pm. Sip refreshments, snack on small bites and shop with others who share your passion for giving back. 15% of all proceeds will be donated to support the Alzheimer's Association. *Excludes CHARITY BY DESIGN, Affinity, and Bangle of the Month.
Now through June 30th, save 20% on Le Creuset's Cast Iron Paella Pan at Le Creuset Boutiques.
Paella, a rice dish that originated in the Valencia region of Spain, is named after the pan in which it is cooked. Different regions of Spain add varying meats and vegetables, but no matter the ingredients, the identifying mark of a good paella is the socarrat, a layer of toasted rice at the bottom best achieved in a wide, shallow pan.
Le Creuset’s heat-retaining cast iron aids in the development of this crust, as does the matte black enamel interior. The large surface area keeps the rice layer shallow and allows excess moisture to evaporate, so the socarrat can form. Works well on both the stovetop and outdoor grill.
Join us Friday, June 3rd at noon for Blue Bicycle Books Author Series luncheon at Stars Rooftop & Grill Room (495 King St.) with Dorothea Benton Frank. Dottie will talk and sign copies of her latest novel, All Summer Long. Our annual "Lunch with Dottie" has proven to be one of our liveliest, most fun events each year. Don't miss it!
Tickets are only $62 for the author talk, signed, hardcover book and delicious three-course luncheon at Stars. Of course, there is a full-service cash bar for your enjoyment.
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About the Book:
"All Summer Long" follows one charming New York couple prominent interior designer Olivia Ritchie and her husband Nicholas Seymour, an English professor and true southern gentleman. They are seemingly polar opposites, yet magnetically drawn together and in love for more than 14 years.
As they prepare to relocate to Charleston, S.C., Olivia, the ultimate New Yorker, has reservations about the promise she made to retire in the Lowcountry, where Nick wants to return home and lead a more peaceful life. They are moving north to south, fast pace versus slow pace and downsizing. Nick is ecstatic. Olivia is not.
She can't let Nick know that their finances are not what he thought. Her client list is evaporating, their monetary reserves are dwindling and maybe that house she picked out on Sullivans Island needs too much work. Thank God, for her assistant, Roni Larini, her right (and sometimes left) hand.
As they find themselves pondering the next step of their lives, Olivia and Nick travel with her billionaire clients and their friends and are swept up into the world of the ultra-rich and explore the globe with a cast of zany eccentrics over one tumultuous, hot summer. All as Olivia grapples with what lies ahead for her and Nick.
This is a story of how plans evolve and lives change in unexpected ways, how even those who have everything are still looking for something more. Even the most successful people can often struggle to keep things together. All Summer Long asks the ultimate question: can money buy happiness? From Sullivans Island to Necker Island to Nantucket to the beaches of Southern Spain, we'll come to recognize the many faces of true love, love that deepens and endures but only because one woman makes a tremendous leap of faith. And that leap changes everything.
About the Author:
Dottie Frank was born and raised on Sullivans Island, she attended Bishop England High School in Charleston and graduated from General William Moultrie High School in 1969. She now splits her time between Sullivans and New Jersey.
Her first novel, SULLIVANS ISLAND, debuted on the NY Times list at number nine and went back to press over 25 times, has well over one million copies in print and can be found in ten foreign languages. Her subsequent novels PLANTATION, ISLE OF PALMS, SHEM CREEK, PAWLEYS ISLAND, FULL OF GRACE, BULLS ISLAND, THE CHRISTMAS PEARL and LAND OF MANGO SUNSETS, LOWCOUNTRY SUMMER, RETURN TO SULLIVANS ISLAND, FOLLY BEACH, PORCH LIGHTS, and THE LAST ORIGINAL WIFE were all NY Times bestsellers and may also be found in various foreign languages.
Tickets are $62 for lunch plus tax and processing fee. Click here to order tickets.
Doors open at 11:30 AM and lunch is served promptly at noon. Limited seating provides an intimate experience with the author. There is a cash bar bar for your enjoyment. Stars Rooftop & Grill Room is located at 495 King Street, where the luncheon and discussion will take place.
Parking is available at the Visitors Center Garage on Ann Street between King and Meeting Streets, the Camden Exchange Garage between John and Hutson Streets, or at meters on the street.
Select ladies apparel and accessories are 25% off at The Charleston Angler now through Mother's Day, May 8th. They have the perfect gift for Mom's! Visit them at any of their Charleston Angler locations.
Downtown Charleston - 188 Meeting Street | West Ashley - 654 Saint Andrews Blvd | Mount Pleasant's Town Center - 1113-J Market Center Blvd
Be one of the first 25 people to bring your Mom into Lowcountry Olive Oil on 2nd Sunday, and they will present her with a 2oz bottle of Georgia Grown Olive Oil! Grown near Lakeland, GA and pressed from the first olives harvested East of the Mississippi since the 1800's, this green buttery & fruity olive oil is perfect for salads, bread, light cooking and baking.
This 2nd Sunday, when you spend $75 or more at Candlefish, receive one candle-class ticket! While supplies last. They will also be offering specialty candle-making classes on Mother's Day the following times:
Classes are $55 a person and include light snacks and beverages. What better way to bond with mom than with making your own candles! Click here to purchase tickets.
The King Street Marketing Group and Halls Chophouse are pleased to welcome Earl Hewlette, CEO of Terressentia Corporation, a distilled spirits technology company, as our guest speaker Thursday, May 5th. (And for the first time ever at this luncheon, there will be a bourbon tasting!)
Terressentia created a process that produces great tasting distilled spirits in less time and, as compared to barrel-aged spirits, at a lower cost than traditional methods.
Their proprietary process, TerrePURE, is applied to a wide range of distilled and flavored distilled spirits including whiskey (bourbon and rye), gin, vodka, tequila, and rum for the private label, private brand and bulk spirits markets.
The patented TerrePURE process improves the flavor of neutral spirits like vodka, which is not typically aged; and rapidly matures brown spirits like rum, brandy and bourbon, that are typically aged in barrels over years.
The process uses a patented combination of ultrasonic energy, oxidation, and filtration to remove harsh-tasting impurities, resulting in superior tasting products that have won dozens of awards in international spirit competitions.
In 2014, the company acquired a 25-acre distillery in Owensboro, Kentucky and named it after the technology's co-inventor, O.Z. Tyler III. The O.Z. Tyler Distillery is currently under renovation and will begin producing Kentucky Bourbon this summer. When fully operational, it will be turning out 32,000 barrels of Kentucky bourbon annually.
Earl Hewlette is a South Carolina native and a decorated marine officer whose diverse business background includes law, real estate development and hospitality management. He put himself through college, earning a BA in English at USC, served as an officer in Vietnam, where he was awarded a Bronze Star with Combat V. After the service he returned to USC and earned his law degree and MBA with honors on the same day in 1973.
Hewlette practiced law for 13 years, initially recruited by the Hull Law Firm in their Augusta office, and later dispatched to Hilton Head to open an office there. Later, he practiced with the firm Boyd, Knowlton, Tate & Finlay in Columbia and Hilton Head. Mr. Hewlette left the active practice of law in 1985 to become President and COO of Sea Pines Company and The Hilton Head Company.
He left Hilton Head in the late 80s and considered retiring when an opportunity to purchase Wild Dunes just after Hurricane Hugo presented itself. A year after purchasing Wild Dunes, Mr. Hewlette brought in capital partner Lowe Enterprises and became a principal in that company. For Lowe, he served as Regional CEO for Destination Hotels & Resorts, a position he held for 10 years.
He attempted to retire once again but was enticed by Ginn Clubs & Resorts to establish Ginn Hospitality, the resort management arm of Ginn Clubs & Resorts, for which he served as CEO. He tried retiring again in 2008, but shortly thereafter, he was asked to assume the CEO position at Terressentia. Over these 8+ years, he has been fascinated by having a front row seat at the intersection of technology and tradition.
Each month, Small Business Lunch at Halls features a distinguished speaker from the business, civic or political arenas upstairs at Halls Chophouse with an imaginative three-course meal prepared by Executive Chef Matthew Niessner. Of course, there is a full-service, cash bar for your enjoyment.
Tickets are $29 per person plus tax and processing fee for the luncheon. Doors open at 11:45 a.m. and lunch is served promptly at noon. Limited seating provides an intimate experience with each speaker. CLICK HERE FOR TICKET INFORMATION or call the 24/7 ticket hotline at 1-800-838-3006.
Halls Chophouse is located at 434 King Street in downtown Charleston. Parking is available at the Visitors Center Garage on Ann Street between King and Meeting Streets, the Camden Exchange Garage between John and Hutson Streets, or at meters on the street.
St. John Charleston Boutique invites Mothers & Daughters to join them for a Mother's Day Event on May 7th from 11am - 3pm. Enjoy an in-store tea while shopping the latest collection!
RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org. Share your Mother/Daughter event moment at #STJOHNSTYLE. *Contact store for more details.
Visit St. John inside The Shops at Belmond Blace at 124 Market Street.
St. John Charleston Boutique invites you to the Spring Style Event on 4.23.16, 1pm - 6pm. Enjoy light refreshments and informal modeling while shopping the Spring 2016 collection.
Plus, receive a Caviar Card offer with purchase*. RSVP to email@example.com. *Contact store for more information.
St. John is located in the Shops at Belmond Charleston Place.
Harvest Gathering, a vibrant image celebrating Gullah culture by Charleston-based artist Jonathan Green, was unveiled to be the artwork for the official 2016 Spoleto Festival USA poster.
The 2016 poster is available for purchase for $35 from the Festival’s box office at the Charleston Visitor Center or by calling 843.579.3100. A limited number of signed posters will also be available.