Oyster Festival Ticket Giveaways!

If you haven’t “Liked” Charleston Food Festivals and Events on Facebook yet, now’s the time to do it!  The Lowcountry Oyster Festival is next Sunday, January 29th.  Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 at the gate.  BUT!  We want to give you the opportunity to WIN tickets!  Boone Hall Plantation will be filled with oysters, and you don’t want to miss it.  “Like” us on Facebook and make sure to check for daily posts and contests for your chance to win.

16 Responses to Oyster Festival Ticket Giveaways!

  1. We tried to attend last year but after waiting about 1 1/2 hrs. on Long Point RD.we gave up and threw out our tickets. a big disappointment.Hope we have better luck this year.

    • We are so sorry! Please head down 17 go pass Long Point Road and enter at the second entrance on 17 (where the Pumpkin Patch is at Boone Hall). You can then park, ride the trolley through the plantation and be dropped off right at the back gate. Then when it is time to leave you just take the trolley back to your car!

    • Hi Carolyn,
      We have improved the parking! Actually the 2011 Oyster Festival we opened a new entrance on 17 and it worked great. We then had a new parking system for the Taste of Charleston which also worked out really well. So I would recommend coming down 17 pass Long Point Road and enter where the Pumpkin Patch is at Boone Hall. Then take the trolley through the plantation right to the back gate.

      Thanks!

  2. Plan to attend this oyster festival.Live in Surfside Beach and have been to the Myrtle Beach and Conway festivals in the past. Will be interesting to compare.

  3. Cant wait for sunday about 30 to 50 of my frinds will be going out there again this year. I have been going to this for the pass 9 or 10 yrs. now. since the begin of the month i have posted on my facebook about the oyster roast… It would be great to win tickets bc i am getting ready to move back to jersey soon and i wont be able to make it to another oyster fest. for a while…

  4. Looking forward to the Lowcountry Oyster Festival! Such a beautiful setting, beautiful people, and delicious OYSTERS! Ready to shuck -n- suck! Peace!

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