Inaugural Made in the South festival coming to Charleston
It’s going to be a celebration of all things Southern as Garden & Gun magazine holds the first Jubilee: Made in the South Weekend festival on the grounds of Charles Towne Landing in Charleston, S.C., on Dec. 6-8. One- to three-day passes are available, which provide access to a range of culinary and arts events, as well as shopping and sportsman attractions.
Look for a sporting life section where hunting and fishing experts will be on hand to lend advice, a Southern Pantry stocked with hard-to-find small-batch items, and a huge antiques tent filled with curated items from world-renowned collector Mark Sage. Drop by the cocktail tent overseen by leading mixologist Brooks Reitz, who will offer demos with craft beers at the ready.
The Jubilee will also feature such curiosities as knife makers, a corral filled with Boykin Spaniel puppies (a preferred sporting breed) for sale, and latest garden curios from acclaimed landscape designer Jon Carloftis. Bands flown in from Austin will provide the tunes, and the hot tickets bookending the weekend will be the breakfast with the Garden & Gun editors (Friday) and the Finale & Pig Roast (Sunday afternoon).
For tickets and to view the schedule, visit the Jubilee site.