Lowcountry Land Trust’s upcoming Lowcountry Summer Sendoff benefit concert will take place at the marsh-front Porter Room at Holy City Brewing on Saturday, August 26, from 5 to 9 pm. This family-friendly event will feature live rock music performances by local musicians and cover bands in support of the organization’s mission to protect land and water forever, nurture the relationship between people and place, and connect the community to conservation. Tickets are $20, and advance purchases are recommended: https://give.lowcountrylandtrust.org/LowcountrySummerSendoff
The Lowcountry Summer Sendoff benefit concert will bring together music enthusiasts, nature lovers, and community members in a celebration of both local talent and environmental stewardship. Guests will experience scenic views while listening to local musicians and bands, such as Alan Price, Cult Rock Revival, and Speed of Sound, playing rock songs from the 1950s to now. Popular food truck Blue Pearl Caviar will be on-site, and a private bar within the venue will also be available for guests to purchase drinks. In addition to ticket sales, one dollar for every Angel Oak Pale Ale sold during the event will benefit Lowcountry Land Trust. Raffle tickets will be available for purchase and can be used toward various prizes.
The Lowcountry Summer Sendoff promises to be an inspiring event filled with live music, camaraderie, and a shared commitment to protecting the Lowcountry’s irreplaceable landscapes and waterways. Join us on August 26 at The Porter Room at Holy City Brewing to be a part of this significant conservation initiative. For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit https://give.lowcountrylandtrust.org/LowcountrySummerSendoff