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We know...the shows are a little fewer and farther between...but keep in touch by joining our mailing list, or checking the website often for updates to the calendar. AND know that the Blue Dogs are always taking bookings for all kinds of events and functions...festivals, corporate events, weddings, birthday parties, house concerts, you name it...have guitars, will travel! Don't hesitate to inquire by emailing us at firstname.lastname@example.org!
The Blue Dogs full band kicks of 2016 with a couple of shows in NC in February....first, on Fri 2/26 at THE SOUTHLAND BALLROOM IN RALEIGH NC.....appearing for a full club show with special guest openers FINNEGAN BELL (fellow South Carolinians....check them out at www.finneganbell.com). Then Sat 2/27, we will be performing at IMAGINON IN DOWNTOWN CHARLOTTE for their annual fundraiser that is also open to the public! See our "shows" tab for more detailed information and get your tickets today!
We are still so humbled by everyones generosity from the other weekend. Not only did our shows go off better than expected, but we were able to raise over $50,000 for MUSC Children's Hospital. If that doesn't just warm your heart, then we don't know what will. We'd like to extend a huge thank you to our sponsors who made this all happen: --the fans who showed up, without whom none of this would be possible, many of whom made donations at the Music Hall the night of the show; --our first generation of sponsors, starting with our presenting sponsor TITO'S HANDMADE VODKA....also TACO BELL (JEM Restaurant Group), Max Sparwasser Law Firm LLC, Capitol Materials Coastal, Homegrown Hospitality Group (TBonz, Pearlz, Liberty, etc), Southwind Homes of Charleston, Richard B. Homes CPA LLC, Food for the Southern Soul (Jimmy Hagood), Opal/Langdon's (Patrick Owens), and Finz Bar & Grill; --an anonymous donor who matched the 25k we raised, making our total 50k; --the Charleston Music Hall, including Charles Carmody, Nick, Andrew Higdon (sound production)
Dog People! Merry Christmas to all of you - the long awaited weekend of our 27th anniversary show and Super Goo Jam are upon us! The Super Goo Jam is TONIGHT at the Music Farm! Remember - this is a preview show featuring special guests and members of the Blue Dogs jamming with some friends (listed below).
For Tomorrow night, the main course, (12/27) there are still a limited number of regular tickets for sale as well as 30 VIP tickets that were just released yesterday!
As you know, our 3RD ANNUAL HOMECOMING SHOW & BENEFIT FOR MUSC CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL is coming up on SUNDAY, DECEMBER 27. We have been limited in the last two years to 150 VIP tickets, which sold out some weeks back. As of 10am on "Blue Friday" (11/27), and by popular demand, we have arranged to release 50 more VIP tickets to the public!! VIP tickets include premium seating, a VIP laminate, free admission to the "Preview Show and Super Goo Christmas Jam" on Saturday, December 26, at the Music Farm, and exclusive admission to the "Pre-Show Cocktail Reception and Meet & Greet," now being held at the Music Farm the night of the show, from 6pm-7:30pm. The show at the Charleston Music Hall starts promptly at 8:00pm.
There are still a limited number of the next-best seats in the house, our "Tier 1" tickets, at $50. In order to accommodate others, we've decided to create a "Tier 2" level of tickets, available while supplies last, at $30.00, as in years past.
Our announced guests so far for Sunday, December 27, at the CMH are Kev'n Kinney (of Drivin'N'Cryin), Sadler Vaden (from the Jason Isbell Band), Doug Jones (of Cravin' Melon), and Danielle Howle...but we will announce another round of guests...and, of course, there will be surprises we won't know about until the day of the show!
We don't expect the tickets to last too much longer, so if you plan to be with us, please get your tickets now by clicking HERE!
Crown Town Throwdown Cornhole Tournament
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Come on out and Raise The Woof-Top for a good cause, The Hilton Head Humane Society. Join us for Charleston sensation The Blue Dogs at the Rooftop Bar
A portion of the proceeds to benefit The Hilton Head Humane Society.
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RoofTop at Poseidon
NEW LOCATION: FMU Performing Arts Center, Downtown Florence
Preparations for Francis Marion University’s Arts International festival in downtown Florence are underway.
The longstanding festival, one of the Pee Dee’s great spring traditions, will bring its regular mix of art, music and food to its new location on April 11. The 38-year-old festival has been held in previous year on FMU’s campus.
Activities will now center on FMU’s Performing Arts Center.
The festival runs from noon to 6 p.m. There is no admission charge and all the entertainment is free and open to the public. There is a charge for food and craft items that are on sale.
The premier event at this year’s festival will be a 2 p.m. performance by the Blue Dogs in the PAC’s amphitheatre. The “Dogs” are an earthy, Southern rock band from South Carolina, and a well-known favorite of Pee Dee music fans. FMU’s Music Industry Ensemble and the Celtic rock band Stirling Bridge are also slated to perform in the PAC amphitheatre.
The FMU String Ensemble, Vocal Edition, pianist Paolo Gualdi, violinist Terris Roberts and pianist Sumire Worman are all scheduled to perform in the PAC Black Box.
Other scheduled acts include the Jabali African Acrobats, the Chief Kamu Fire and Hula Show and the Chinese Acrobats. They will offer festivalgoers a unique perspective on arts from around the world on the festival’s International Stage. A variety of strolling musicians and performers will patrol the festival area, providing impromptu entertainment throughout the day.
Other events will include Florence-Darlington Technical College’s famous welding sculpture competition. The competition will feature teams of experienced craftsmen who will create breathtaking pieces of art on the fly, using a pile of scrap material brought in for the occasion.
Also on tap: an arts and crafts fair featuring the work of local and regional artisans, children’s activities, art displays in the Florence County Museum and Waters Building Annex, and an international food court.
The City of Florence is joining FMU as a major festival participant for this year’s events. Other sponsors include FDTC; St. John’s Episcopal Church, which is providing space for festival parking and events; Honda of SC; Nan Ya Plastics; Florence County; Pepsi Cola of Florence; and the Florence Convention and Visitors Bureau.
The festival is the union of two former festivals, Art’s Alive and the Pee Dee International Festival. Its roots date back to 1977.
For more information on this year’s Arts International festival, go to http://www.fmarion.edu/news/artsinternational.
$12 advance, $15 day of show, $30 for 4-pack, $10 for anyone who attends "St Practice Day" event at Tin Roof earlier that day, $10 for anyone who attended the USC/Mississippi State men's basketball game earlier that day (must present ticket at door)Age limit: All ages
Come join the Blue Dogs and Old Habits in Charlotte on a Southern Winter Night! The doors will open at 8 p.m. and the show will start at 9! There are tables to be reserved for $25 a head as well as balcony seating! Make sure you get your tickets today!