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2016 CSC Oyster Roast Benefiting Big Brothers Big Sisters
Charleston, SC

2016 CSC Oyster Roast Benefiting Big Brothers Big Sisters

Event Information

2016 CSC Oyster Roast Benefiting Big Brothers Big Sisters

Charleston Visitor Center & Bus Shed, Charleston, SC

Event Description

Online ticket sales have ended. Tickets will be available at the door for $40. We will accept credit cards and cash. Dress warm and we look forward to seeing you tonight!

Join us for a fun night supporting a great cause! The Charitable Society of Charleston's annual Oyster Roast has always been a popular event here in the lowcountry and this year proceeds benefit Big Brothers Big Sisters.

Your ticket includes oysters, beer*, wine*, hot dogs, chili, and live music from one of Charleston's Premier Party Bands Dan's Tramp Stamp. 

The official after party for the event will be at The Alley (131 Columbus St, Charleston, SC 29403) with drink specials if you show your wristband from the Oyster Roast. 

The Charitable Society of Charleston is a volunteer organization in Charleston made up of young professionals committed to providing for the needs of local non-profit organizations that help individuals in the community. Members are particularly interested in organizations that serve children, the elderly, individuals with special needs, and community wellness. Some of The Charitable Society of Charleston's annual events include the Reindeer Run, Oyster Roast, Harbor Cruise & more.

Big Brothers Big Sisters of Carolina Youth Development Center is a nationally acclaimed non-profit organization that provides one-to-one mentoring relationships for children facing adversity in the Charleston area. Based on a proven model that includes careful matching and ongoing support, hundreds of children are able to have safe and beneficial mentorships. These adult mentors, “Bigs”, shape the lives of children, “Littles”, by providing them with companionship and guidance, allowing each child to have a more stable and diverse care structure. Research shows that children enrolled in the Big Brothers Big Sisters program are more likely to improve in school and in their relationships with family and friends, and less likely to skip school or participate in risky behavior such as drugs or alcohol.

*Valid ID must be presented for alcohol consumption. 


Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?

All are welcome, but ID is required to consume alcohol. Wrist bands will be given at the door.

Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?

Please have either your printed ticket or your ticket pulled up on your mobile device.

Is my registration/ticket transferable?


What can/can't I bring to the event?

No outside food or beverages are permitted. 

Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?

Please direct all questions to


Charleston Visitor Center & Bus Shed - 375 Meeting Street Charleston, SC 29403 - View Map
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