Category Archives: Cool Venues

420Music Fest at Mosquito Beach

17553810_1227955140591695_6959253203284444953_n420 Festival is an annual music and arts festival held in Charleston, South Carolina. The event will highlight live art and many generes of music including hip hop, indie, EDMR, etc. Across the grounds there will be a community farmers market where festival attendees and connect with local businesses to make purchases and network. Our goal is to quench the city’s thirst for music, culture and arts in the City of Charleston.

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The 420 festival is expecting 100s of attendees which will offer great exposure through local press and listeners!

Join our special host Halo for this one and only
Ovayohead experience! Featuring artist like Buddy Bambahda , Quis King Soul , Sem Kari and much more!

Beer and Food will be served also !

[ GENERAL ADMISSION $4.20 ]

CALLING ALL VENDORS AND ARTIST!

Register now to perform and or sell at the 420 Music Festival while slots are available.

Aysha & Co. is booking vendors and artists for the 420 music festival. This is a great opportunity to grow your fan base in your home market.

Booking Dates:

Mon, Mar 27, 2017, 8:00 AM –
Mon, Apr 17, 2017, 11:59 PM EDT

Details
7 min set
Indoors
Professional sound equipment provided

Book at Ayshaandco.com ! #makemusicnotwar

Chico Feo – Folly Beach, SC

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Ahhh Folly Beach. It is its own Charleston way of life. My first visit here was about a week ago and I immediately fell in love with its Caribbean feel and people. After spending several years in south Florida I have become very attached to the beach life. While it is WAY off the beaten path compared to downtown Charleston it is worth the trek.

Now back to Chico Feo. IMG_7422

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A locals beach bar at its best. All outdoor (at least all that I saw) it looks like an adult beach side city park with beer and kickass food. Filled with 25-50 year old regulars I felt right at home. The “WHITE LINE COWBOYS” set was long, interactive, and baddass.

The highlight for me was when Mike Martin asked an 8 year old boy what he wanted to hear and his response was “roll me up and smoke me when I die” during which he sat in on the drums. AWESOME!!!

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It was a perfect night that I was blessed to be a part of.

Now I can’t wait for the next show in southern Indiana at the “HYPERION MUSIC AND ARTS FESTIVAL”

 

 

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With Love,

Mike Hammer