Temperatures are on the rise here in the Lowcountry and one local record label is doing their part to celebrate the changing of the seasons.
Hearts & Plugs will host its 3rd annual Summer Shindig featuring H&P artists Brave Baby, SUSTO, ET Anderson, The High Divers, Grace Joyner, Hermit’s Victory, and Johnny Delaware.
The Shindig will take place on the outdoor stage at The Royal American at 5 p.m. and the music will go until midnight.
The music doesn't stop there though, as an after party will follow on The Royal American's indoor stage with Infinitikiss playing.
The theme of the party is 'flamingos', so think pink and expect to see them out in full force.
There will also be plenty of free (temporary!) flamingo tattoos to go around.
The outdoor stage will be provided by Awendaw Green.
The Royal American will provide all food and drink, including a flamingo punch for this special occasion.
Tickets are on sale now for $20.00 and can be purchased here.
For more information on this event, visit Hearts and Plugs website by clicking here.
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