Celebrate July 4 on the Mount Pleasant Pier with Uncle Sam Jam
This Fourth of July, Charleston County Parks invites the Lowcountry to celebrate at the Mount Pleasant Pier. Known as Uncle Sam Jam, this annual event is the perfect spot to enjoy a fantastic Independence Day party.
Dance in the cool harbor breeze to live beach music by local favorite Permanent Vacation as they perform at the end of the pier Thursday, July 4.
At the foot of the Arthur Ravenel Jr. Bridge, stretching 1,250 feet out into Charleston Harbor, the scenic Mount Pleasant Pier will be a great spot to watch the area’s best fireworks display.
Celebrate Independence Day as Permanent Vacation performs favorite beach and classic oldies tunes throughout the evening. Beverages will be available for purchase on site; made-to-order sandwiches, handspun milkshakes and snacks will also be on hand at the pier’s Riverwatch Cafe and Gift Shop. Gates open at 7 p.m., and music starts at 8 p.m.
Only 800 spaces will be sold for the Uncle Sam Jam, so get reserve your spot soon. Admission is $10, or $8 in advance for residents of Charleston County only. There will be no refunds issued or rain dates scheduled for this event. Admission will be $10 on site if available.
Outside alcohol and coolers are prohibited. Food and beverage fees are not included in ticket price.
The Mount Pleasant Pier is located at the foot of the Ravenel Bridge next to the Mount Pleasant Waterfront Memorial Park at 71 Harry Hallman Blvd. For further information, call 843-795-4386 or visit www.ccprc.com/unclesamjam.
Other Upcoming Music Events on the Piers this summer:
Shaggin’ on the Cooper at the Mount Pleasant Pier:
June 15 – live music by Shem Creek Boogie Band
July 20 –live music by The Sneakers
Aug. 17 – live music by Palmetto Soul
Sept. 7 – live music by Costal Breeze Band
Moonlight Mixers at the Folly Beach Fishing Pier:
Event dates - June 21, July 5, July 26, Aug. 30 and Sept. 20
Uncle Sam Jam, Shaggin’ on the Cooper and the Moonlight Mixers are brought to you by Piggly Wiggly, Southern Eagle and your Charleston County Parks.