Chris Malinchak will be performing on Saturday, July 3rd and Wes James, also known as Le Youth, will take the stage on Sunday, July 4th. Doors open at 11 am and music performances, including several opening acts, will take place from 12 pm to 7 pm on both days.
Members of The Wonderer can attend for free and can purchase tickets for their guests. There are also seven poolside cabanas available, which can be reserved on a first come, first served basis. All cabana reservation inquiries should be directed to email@example.com.
“Just in time to celebrate America and try to move on from an incredibly trying year, The Wonderer is hosting Chris Malinchak and Le Youth to kick off a Fourth of July bash that we all need and deserve,” said Beau Burns, Founding Member, The Wonderer. “We built the club as a destination for trail blazers, creatives, industry leaders, adventure seekers, and entrepreneurs to come together and now, it’s time for us all to celebrate together.”
The Wonderer provides a wide array of amenities focused on addressing daily life needs, including work and socializing, with an overall focus on wellness, fitness, and relaxation.
“The Garden” is the club’s outdoor event space where fitness classes are held and can be reserved by non-members looking to host events like weddings, dinners, concerts, parties and more. To see the entire venue you can take a digital tour.
For more information about membership and enrollment, go to the membership portal. For timely updates on events, classes, and other activities, like The Wonderer on Facebook and follow them on Instagram. The club is currently in a phased opening process with limited days and hours of operation through the month of July.
Southern Living Announces Debut of “Illumination Charleston” Weekend
Southern Living today announced that the first-ever Illumination Charleston weekend, created in collaboration with Explore Charleston and Historic Charleston Foundation,...
Lowcountry Food Bank’s Walk to Fight Hunger Aims to Raise Funds to Help Food Insecure Lowcountry Neighbors
Miller Gallery to Celebrate the Opening of “Unbroken” on August 7th
Black History All Year Long: Focus on Women Discussion Series Continues on August 19th
What’s Happening this August at the Gibbes Museum of Art
Itinerant Literate Books and Commonhouse Aleworks Launch Brewing on Books – A Community Book Club
Dog Day Afternoon at Local Waterparks Set for September 11th & 12th
- Uncategorized6 months ago
Types Of Personal Loans
- Uncategorized2 years ago
Signs Your Third Eye Is Starting To See
- Uncategorized2 months ago
Best Live Dealer Games Providers for Non-GamStop Players
- Events5 days ago
Weekend Buzz: Fun Things To Do In Charleston This Weekend
- Weekend Preview3 days ago
Charleston Weekend Events
- Resources8 years ago
- Site Updates3 years ago
HCS Patreon Supporters
- Food7 years ago
Charleston’s Food Trucks