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There'll be dancing in the streets at Follypalooza


Local vendors will be one of the many attractions at Saturday's Follypalooza festival on Folly Beach.

Follypalooza will be back with its annual street festival on Saturday, a community fundraiser for local cancer patients and other Folly Beach residents in need of medical assistance.

This event will be jam-packed with live music, carnival games, a silent auction, a mechanical bull for the brave and unafraid, craft vendors, Art in the Park and more.

Speaking of "jam," you can get your groove on all day long with performances from Guilt Ridden Troubadour, Forty Mile Detour, Saluda Shoals, Taco Donkey and WPOS.

Area restaurants will have food stands or food trucks and the street will be completely closed off, so no worries about that whole open container thing.

Take your kids, take your dogs, and head on out to Folly for some fun in the sun and a worthy cause.  

When: 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Oct. 22

Where: Center St., Folly Beach

Price: Free admission; $1 age-verified booze ID bracelet (look for one of the red flags); VIP tickets available at

More Info: 843-323-5607,


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Senior news clerk and staff writer

Senior news clerk and staff writer Liz Foster joined The Post and Courier team in 2012 and, among other things, compiles events and writes the My Charleston Weekend column for Charleston Scene.