Block vacation time this spring and have some fun on the coast. The Spring Wine Festival in the Gardens will be on May 7 at Brookgreen Gardens. Enjoy the festivities 1-4 p.m. at the Huntington Sculpture Gardens in Murrells Inlet. Tickets are $40 for members, $40 plus garden admission for non-members.
What’s in store?
It will be an afternoon of wine tastings and live music for this second annual event. You can buy tickets for wine tastings, raffles, and other activities. Wristbands are good for event admission and 10 tasting tickets. Brookgreen Gardens admission isn’t included in this ticket.
The $40 admission includes 10 tasting tickets and a commemorative wine tasting glass. The $100 admission includes:
– Commemorative wine tasting glass
– 15 tasting tickets
– Personal charcuterie box
– Reserved seating in the VIP wine garden
– A special selection of exclusive wines
OTHER AREA EVENTS THIS SPRING
Jackyl, House of Blues
This band has been rocking since 1991, with a combination of heavy and Southern metal. Jackyl’s self-titled debut album sold more than a million copies, with hit singles “Down on Me” and “When Will it Rain.” They will tour the Carolinas and Florida all summer. Tickets: $20-$40.
Black Label Society, House of Blues
Black Label Society has produced 11 studio, two live, and two compilation albums. Black Stone Cherry and Jared James Nichols will also perform. Tickets: $32.50-$60. Hear their sound on Spotify.
Puddle of Mudd, House of Blues
Puddle of Mudd has sold more than seven million albums and boasts many No. 1 rock hits. “Come Clean” has hit the five-million mark in sales. The Kansas City rockers’ style is alternative metal, hard rock, nu-metal, and post-grunge. Tickets: $25-$35.
Blues Traveler in concert, The Carolina Opry
Blues Traveler has evolved into one of the most popular rock bands of an era. Their music traverses blues-rock, folk-rock, psychedelic rock, soul, and Southern rock. South Carolina native Danielle Howle will be a special guest. Tickets: $66-$80.