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Charleston Music Hall

37 John St, Charleston, SC 29401
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Tower of Power at Charleston Music Hall

Tower of Power

A fusion of horn-based soul and funk with the tightest rhythm section ever to grace the stage, Tower of Power have been bringing their unique style to shows since 1968. However the veteran performers are not old news, they imbue their music with an upbeat joy that speaks to multi-generational audiences, from today's young music students to the groovy cats of the Motown era.

Sarah Silverman at Charleston Music Hall

Sarah Silverman

Sarah Silverman embarks on her brand new US tour, 'Sarah Silverman: Postmortem'. She may have become known for her no-holds-barred exploration of taboo subjects, but an incisive and brave performer lives underneath all that controversy. She rose through the stand-up ranks in the 00s, and created her own eponymous Comedy Central show, The Sarah Silverman Program. Be warned though - no subject is taboo for this leading comedian!

Lewis Black at Charleston Music Hall

Lewis Black

The twice Grammy-winning Lewis Black is heading on his final stand-up comedy show, 'Goodbye Yeller Brick Road: The Final Tour.' Black is the perfect demonstration of that rare comic who can make you laugh while making compelling points about the absurdity of the world around you. Famed for his angry persona on both stage and cable, don't miss your chance to see the comedic legend live for his final tour!

Nick Swardson at Charleston Music Hall

Nick Swardson

Nick Swardson is an actor, screenwriter, producer and stand-up comedian. The Minneapolis native started out in his career as an entertainer performing on the local stand-up scene before moving to New York, and later Los Angeles, to pursue his comedy career. Don't miss him live this year when he brings the show to you!

David Cross at Charleston Music Hall

David Cross

Many know him as the kooky never-nude Tobias Funke from the cult classic show Arrested Development, or as the titular character in the black comedy The Increasingly Poor Decisions of Todd Margaret, but David Cross cultivated his humor as a young stand-up in New York in the 80s before establishing himself as a TV star. The comedian steps back into the spotlight with his 'The End Of The Beginning Of The End' tour, kicking off this fall!

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