SEED Concert features list of local artists for waterfront celestial celebration

On August 21st, South Carolina will be in the path of an amazing natural show of the skies: the total eclipse will be visible throughout various areas of the state, but Mosquito Beach will be the place to be for both the natural and musical experience.

Preserve The Gullah & CharlestonGOOD will celebrate this special day with a very special event:

The SEED Concert: Solar Eclipse Entertainment and Dance

August 21st from Noon – 8 PM at the Suga Shack on Mosquito Beach (1229 Mosquito Beach Rd.)

The OVAYOHEAD lineup is comprised of talented local artists Halo SSJ, Buddy Bambahda, Mike Martin, GodMan ENT, and Quis King Soul . The stages and schedules will be announced in the upcoming days, and with a setting of one of the most amazing natural phenomena, this day promises to be a spectacular event.

Advance tickets for The SEED Concert will go up at 8:00 AM on August 10th. Tickets are available as all-day passes at $5 each for General Admission, and $10 each for VIP. VIP passes include priority parking and a pair of protective viewing glasses for the solar eclipse. Tickets are available under ‘SEED Concert’ on eventbrite.com.

Same-day tickets can be purchased at the gate for $10 each for General Admission — all VIP tickets must be purchased in advance.

Proceeds from the event will benefit Preserve the Gullah and their efforts to rejuvenate historic Mosquito Beach.

About Preserve The Gullah:

Preserve The Gullah (PTG) was founded in 2015, and focuses on preserving the historical, economical, and ecological legacy of the Gullah culture, providing opportunities for progression to all of its people.

Through various projects and programs, PTG strives to reach its mission and goals of:

   ● Raising awareness of the historical and ecological relevance of the Mosquito Beach & the Gullah Corridor

   ● Advocating sustainability, through both progressive and traditional techniques

   ● Supporting and empowering the community, by promoting the idea of celebrating the lost skills of our past, and bringing them into a modern and sustainable future

For more information on PTG projects from the past and present, please visit facebook.com/PreserveTheGullah 

To donate before and after the fundraiser, visit youcaring.com/preservethegullah

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