Live Acoustic Music Near Charleston, South Carolina

If you've never experienced hearing talented musicians perform in a small, intimate environment, you are in for a treat.

Live acoustic music can be heard in several listening rooms, small theaters and local vineyards and breweries in Charleston. Restaurants and cafes around town sometimes also host nationally touring musicians.

Below you can find a listing of upcoming shows in these smaller venues by nationally and internationally touring artists.

Upcoming Acoustic Shows

Sep 20, 2019
Playing at Charleston Music Hall (Small Theater)
"I've always done things a little bit differently," says singer/songwriter Michael McArthur, who wrote the most vibrant album of his career, Ever Green, Ever Rain, during the darkest season of his life.
Sep 29, 2019
Playing at Charleston Music Hall (Small Theater)
Oct 2, 2019
Playing at Charleston Music Hall (Small Theater)
Oct 4, 2019
Playing at Queen Street Playhouse (Small Theater)
Oct 20, 2019
Playing at The Charleston Pour House (Bar/Nightclub)
Oct 23, 2019
Playing at Awendaw Green (Listening Room)
Singer/songwriter & multi-instrumentalists duo bringing a heartfelt fusion of Folk, Celtic, and Appalachian influences. "...a genuine artist pouring old wine into new bottles and making listeners believe.”- No Depression (3/4/2018)
Nov 13, 2019
Playing at Awendaw Green (Listening Room)
Award-winning, Detroit-based, Americana/Bluegrass group featuring the talents of Aaron Markovitz and Emily Burns.
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Places to See Live Acoustic Music in and around Charleston, SC

Listening Rooms

Awendaw Green (Awendaw)

Cafes, Restaurants & Coffee Shops

Montreux Bar and Grill (Summerville)

Vineyards & Breweries

Commonhouse Aleworks (North Charleston)
Deep Water Vineyard (Wadmalaw Island)

Small Theaters

Queen Street Playhouse (Charleston)
Charleston Music Hall (Charleston)

Bars & Nightclubs

The Charleston Pour House (Charleston)
The Windjammer (Isle of Palms)