Saturday Feb 8, 2020
Category/Venue: Thirty-Four West Theater Co.

Show runs Sat Feb 08 – Sat May 02, 2020

Thirty-Four West Theater Company
It's Frasier meets Sleepless in Seattle

With epic 90’s tunes from Blues Traveler to Connick Jr., comes a musical-comedy straight out of your favorite rom-com!

A menu of champagne cocktails, wine, craft beers, sodas and savory snacks are available.

*Things to know… exchanges/refunds, tour groups and children under 6 are not permitted. Tickets are held at theater under your last name.


Sunday Feb 9, 2020
Category/Venue: The Gaillard Center

Kennedy Center Theater
for Young Audiences on Tour presents:

Don't Let the Pigeon
Drive The Bus: The Musical!
Show Time: 2:00 PM

Whatever you do, don’t let The Pigeon star in his own musical production! Because it’s not easy being The Pigeon– you never get to do ANYTHING! But when the Bus Driver has a crisis that threatens to make her passengers (gasp!) late, maybe that wily bird CAN do something. Starring an innovative mix of actors, puppets, songs, and feathers, Don’t Let The Pigeon Drive The Bus! (The Musical) is sure to get everyone’s wings flapping. With a script written by Mo Willems, the creator of the #1 New York Times best-selling, Caldecott-honor award winning Pigeon picture books, along with longtime collaborator and Disney Jr’s Muppet Babies executive producer, Mr. Warburton, and featuring music by Deborah Wicks La Puma, the composer behind Elephant & Piggie’s We Are In A Play! and Naked Mole Rat Gets Dressed: The Rock Experience, this comedic musical production is even more fun than staying up late and having a hot dog party!


Tuesday Feb 11, 2020
Category/Venue: The Gaillard Center

Tuesday February 11, 2020, 7:30PM

The Charleston Gaillard Center

At the age of 93, Tony Bennett is not slowing down and 2020 marks the 70th Anniversary of his professional recording career when he made his first record, “Boulevard of Broken Dreams” in 1950 as a newly signed artist to Columbia Records. His most recent recording, with long-time friend and musical colleague, Diana Krall, LOVE IS HERE TO STAY topped the jazz charts upon its debut and was just nominated for a Grammy Award. The album celebrates the music of the Gershwins and includes the jazz standard, “Fascinating Rhythm,” which Bennett and Krall perform as a duet. The inclusion of the song on the new album, was the impetus for a Guinness World Record title for Tony Bennett, who in 1949, under his stage name of Joe Bari at the time, made his very first recording of the Gershwin standard.

In 2017, the Library Of Congress presented Bennett with The Gershwin Prize marking the first time that an interpretive singer has been honored. The event was broadcast on PBS Nationally and featured tribute performances by Stevie Wonder, Josh Groban, Michael Buble, Gloria Estefan and many others. His signature song, “I Left My Heart In San Francisco”, was inducted this year in the National Recordings Registry. Bennett’s sixth book, TONY BENNETT: ON STAGE AND IN THE STUDIO, was recently published and provides an insightful look into Tony’s illustrious recording career highlighted by an extensive array of photographs, memorabilia, and artwork.

With worldwide record sales in the millions, and dozens of platinum and gold albums to his credit, TONY BENNETT is a musician who touches the hearts and souls of audiences with his legendary vocals and charming stage presence. His long list of achievements, spanning over 60 years, includes nineteen Grammy Awards, including the prestigious Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award, making this artist a true international treasure. His signature tunes, such as “Steppin’ Out With My Baby” and “I Left My Heart In San Francisco” form part of the fabric of American music culture. Often billed as the world’s most boyish octogenarian, TONY BENNETT is a vital musical artist at the peak of his powers.

Tony Bennett’s daughter, Antonia Bennett has been touring with her father and will open the performance with a collection of jazz/pop standards. Antonia Bennett is a graduate of the prestigious Berklee College of Music.


Friday Feb 14, 2020
Category/Venue: North Charleston Performing Arts Center / Coliseum

Show runs Thu Oct 24 – Sat Nov 2

At North Charleston
Performing Arts Center
Multi-Platinum Album
"Point of Know Return"
Performed in its entirety for the very first time!
Show Starts: 8:00 PM
Doors Open 7:00 PM

Charlton Singleton

Friday Feb 14, 2020
Category/Venue: Charleston Music Hall

Charleston Music Hall Presents:
Charlton Singleton's Heart of The 90s
Show Time: 8:00 PM | Doors Open: 7:00 PM

During the 90’s the music industry introduced us to new artists that went on to be superstars and household names of today. Boy Bands and Female Groups were on the rise along with solo artists that created new sounds that gave us crossover hits in R&B, Pop, and Country Music.

Join Charlton Singleton and his group of world class musicians and friends as they present a night music that is full of love and happiness to celebrate Valentines Day. If you’re a couple celebrating Valentines Day, this concert is for you! And If you are single on Valentines Day, this concert is for you too!


Saturday Feb 15, 2020
Category/Venue: Charleston Music Hall

Two Shows – First Show: 5:00 PM | Second Show: 8:00 PM


Featuring Special Guest Vocalist -
Robbie Madison
Doors Open: 1 hour before each show

By the mid-1950s, Big Bands found themselves in a changed world as Bebop took center stage. Even the Duke Ellington Orchestra, who had creatively dominated the jazz scene from the late 1920s – 1940s, found itself struggling until the historic gig at the 1956 Newport Jazz Festival. With an electrifying performance, the crowd at Freedom Park was transformed and Ellington’s career was revitalized. Sixty-four years later, your Charleston Jazz Orchestra will recreate that notable night in jazz history, one that festival producer George Wein proclaimed as “the greatest performance of Ellington’s career” and one that “stood for everything jazz had been and could be.”


Sunday Feb 16, 2020
Category/Venue: Charleston Music Hall

featuring The Mystics and That Motown Band
SUN FEB 16 , 2020 | DOORS: 3:00PM / SHOW: 4:00PM

The Mystics have withstood the test of time & continue to bring classic music to their fans. The two originals members & Doo Wop Hall of Famers, George Galfo & Phil Cracolici, are joined by Rocky Marsicano (formerly of Lenny Cocco & The Chimes, Jay Siegal & The Tokens & Manhattan Skyline), and Ralph Varrone (formerly of N.Y.premiere show of “Risky Business”). The sounds of The Mystics still harbors the soft breeze of perfect harmony, as they keep Doo-Wop alive in the hearts of their fans.

That Motown Band brings to life the music of Aretha Franklin, Stevie Wonder, The Temptations, The Supremes, The Four Tops, and so many others. TMB is a talented group of vocalists and musicians who have played sold-out shows around the country. The musical director for the band, Johnny Gale. is a Grammy-Award nominated producer, composer, arranger, vocalist, and guitarist. Gale is a renowned expert in the authentic stylings of classic soul, doo-wop, R&B, blues and rock. In addition, the band will be joined by Garfield Fleming a soul-singing vocalist of legendary status having been a member of the Delfonics for 25 years with William Hart. Also joining the band will be Brian Owens, a vibrantly vintage artist who follows the groove gospel of classic 1960s and 1970s soul with a heavy dose of traditional stylings. Owens vocals recall Sam Cook, Marvin Gaye, and Curtis Mayfield.


Monday Feb 17, 2020
Category/Venue: Charleston Music Hall

Show Time: 8:00 PM
Doors Open: 7:00 PM

Thanks to their die-hard, loyal fan base and their younger generation offspring, TESLA continues to tour to sold-out crowds around the world. Celebrating 30+ years of kick ass Rock ‘n’ Roll gives their audience a musical journey that keeps the loyal fans coming back and has newcomers realizing, “Wow, I didn’t know they did that song!

TESLA were formed in Sacramento, CA, in 1985, out of an earlier, locally popular group called City Kidd, which dated back to 1982. The band wrote original music and knew their name didn’t fit the sound. At management’s suggestion, the band named itself after the eccentric inventor Nikola TESLA, who pioneered the radio but was given only belated credit for doing so.