Read on for some of the best events Charleston has to offer in September.


Can't Miss Charleston Events in September


MOJA Arts Festival 

2020 Dates not yet confirmed. 

The MOJA Arts Festival celebrates African Americans and people of Caribbean heritage and their tremendous contributions to arts - from literature and music, to dance and theater. The annual Charleston September event is celebrating its 37th year, offering a profusion of Caribbean and African American culture, featuring live music, poetry, crafts, food, visual arts and more.

Charleston Restaurant Week

Dates for the Fall Charleston Restaurant Week are not yet announced. This bi-annual event usually takes place the first 2 weeks of each September.

Second Sunday on King

Every 2nd Sunday of the month King Street becomes a pedestrian only walkway with outside dining, street musicians, and area retailers opening their doors creating a one of a kind festive afternoon. The street is blocked off from 1 to 5 pm. King Street in downtown Charleston, SC is recognized by the U.S. News & World Report’s as one of the 10 Best Shopping Streets in the U.S. So bring the family, or just come and meet up with your friends for the social event known as Second Sunday. You never know who you might see!


Kiawah Island & Seabrook Island September Events


September Events Coming Soon

Check back soon for Labor Day weekend events on Kiawah and Seabrook Island!

September Events Charleston Kiawah Seabrook

If you are spending the holiday at the beach, then you’ll find a variety of Kiawah Island and Seabrook Island Labor Day weekend events to attend.

Every year, Charleston’s sea islands close out the summer with live music, great food, and more. Check back soon for a few of our islands’ summer traditions and festivities!