One of the more unusual events in Charleston is taking place this coming Friday and Saturday, March 13th and 14th — the third annual Charleston Tells Storytelling Festival.
Set under the moss-draped oaks in Wragg Square, the Storytelling Festival brings together some of the best national and local storytellers, showcasing humorous slice of life moments and helping celebrate the art and importance of storytelling, the human experience and the Lowcountry’s rich heritage.
Tales will be told on both Friday and Saturday nights, including outdoor ghost stories Saturday night. Saturday will be a busy day, with multiple concurrent performances going on — as well as more family fun.
From folk tales to ghost tales, it’s a pretty cool way to spend some time out in the beautiful Charleston weather.