Rockabillaque, the all-day outdoor block party with the funky name, will once again take over North Charleston’s Park Circle neighborhood on Saturday, November 14th, 2020. Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, the 8th annual event will have some important changes, but the show will still go on.
Out of an abundance of caution and the need for social distancing, organizers will be modifying some aspects of this year’s festival, integrating CDC regulations and safety guidelines. More details will be released at a later date.
This free to attend, action-packed day of classic cars, vintage bikes, live music, pin-ups, tattoos, cocktails, brews, contests, block party, and more has become one of the biggest annual events in the Charleston area.
This year will feature more live music than previous events with over 40 national, regional, and international bands performing on six outdoor music stages. There will also be an expanded schedule including more events the week of, a Headliners Showcase Finale on Sunday, November 15th, a bigger Merchant Market with more vendors than ever before, and a Kid’s Section with activities, contests, and performers.
More will be announced over the next couple of months at www.rockabillaque.com.
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