Nothing says summer like hanging out on the beach, preferably while staying in one of our beach rentals Charleston.
This weekend (well, technically Monday) is Memorial Day. That means we’re heading into the prime time of the year, when luxury beach house rentals SC will be bustling as folks flock to the coast. Hopefully you reserved your Charleston beach house well in advance. As word spreads about how fantastic Lowcountry beaches are, our SC vacation rentals — Isle of Palms vacation rentals or a Folly Beach house Charleston — book up sooner and sooner.
If you’re looking for a luxury house on Isle of Palms, you’ve got to act fast, no matter what the season.
Another thing that says SUMMER is seeing a movie. Well, thanks to the folks at the Tides on Folly Beach, you can do both things at once.
They’ve put together a fun summer movie series where they’ll be showing films ON THE BEACH ITSELF. It takes place Wednesday nights from now into August.
The season kicks off next week at sundown, Wednesday, May 31st.
Beach Movie Night 2017 Schedule
May 31: Finding Dory
June 7: Star Wars – Rogue One
June 14: Zootopia
June 19: Monday Night Special – McKevlin’s Surf Movies
June 21: Sully
June 28: The Jungle Book (2016)
July 5: Miracle
July 12: Frozen
July 19: Doctor Strange
July 26: Moana
Aug 2: La La Land
Aug 9: Lego Batman
Aug 16: Jaws
Aug 23: Surfers Healing Special – Surf’s Up
This series is a great choice if you’re staying in any beach house rentals Charleston SC, and especially in Folly Beach rentals Charleston.
Showtimes begin at sundown behind the Tides Folly Beach and are wind & weather permitting.
Here’s a link to their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/tidesfollybeachoceanfront/
You can also check here for more on the movie series: http://www.tidesfollybeach.com/summer-beach-movies/
More movie fun near our beach rentals Charleston
If the idea of watching a movie indoors is more appealing, there’s a cool and creative option for you this summer.
As I’ve mentioned before and you probably already know, actor and comedian Bill Murray is a part-time resident of the Lowcountry. In fact, he’s part owner of the local baseball team the Riverdogs, along with various other Lowcountry entities like the downtown restaurant Harold’s Cabin. He’s also known to make random appearances at area haunts and in tourists’ selfies.
In his honor, the Charleston Music Farm has put together the Summer of Bill Film Series.
When they first approached him about it, he thought it was a cool idea, but he had a request – that they also include movies of his that were not critical successes (in fact could even be considered flops). That’s so Bill.
The series also kicks off Wednesday night, May 31st at 7:30 p.m. (door open at 7:00). Organizers have also come up with a fun Bill-themed art exhibit by over 20 local artists in the upstairs gallery that will last the duration of the series. There’s a free gallery opening reception Wednesday from 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. before the first movie.
Here’s the lineup:
Caddyshack – May 31
The Razor’s Edge – June 6
Ghostbusters – June 14
Rushmore – June 29
Lost in Translation – July 26
Broken Flowers – August 2
The Life Aquatic – August 20
Movies are $8 each, or $35 for a seven-film pass. Charleston Music Hall is located at 37 John Street in downtown Charleston, super convenient to all our beach rentals Charleston.
Here’s their website for more: http://www.charlestonmusichall.com/
And remember – when you’re looking for rental homes South Carolina, especially Isle of Palms luxury rentals, contact us. We’ve got the best ones around.
your Isle of Palms vacation blogger
Photo Source: The Tides Facebook page