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Literary Legends To Gather In Charleston This Fall
Charleston Literary Festival, running November 4-13 in Charleston, SC, is a highly anticipated event for book lovers. The Festival is curated to allow festival goers to see their favorite writers in person while being exposed to a broad mix of themes, ideas, and books. In addition, through its onstage conversations, the Festival provides a much-needed opportunity for connection, dialogue, and joyful celebration in an increasingly complex world.
This year features a lineup of renowned writers, including:
Hernan Diaz, author of 2022 Booker Prize long-listed Trust;
Patrick Redden Keefe, an award-winning staff writer at the New Yorker magazine and author of the New York Times bestseller Empire of Pain;
Deputy Op-Ed Editor for the New York Times, Jyoti Thottam; historian, Professor of History at Harvard University, and National Book Award Winner 2021,
Tiya Miles; Dutch/American biologist and primatologist,
Frans de Waal, among others.
City of Charleston Presents A Labor Day Celebration
The City of Charleston is thrilled to continue its celebration of the arts with a special free-to-attend Labor Day concert at “The Joe” – home of the Charleston RiverDogs. We're sorry the weather prevented our Independence Day weekend event from happening in July but we are excited it has now been rescheduled for Monday, September 5 at 8:00pm. Gates will open at 6:00pm.
The concert will be followed by fireworks, generously supported by The Charleston Place.
The Charleston Symphony will perform a program featuring music by John Williams, Duke Ellington, and many other pops favorites!
The event is free to attend, but tickets must be reserved in advance. If you booked tickets for July 2, you will need to re-book, you will not be automatically added from the previous July performance.
Gates will open at 6pm with concessions available from the RiverDogs hospitality team.
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