The Charleston Chamber of Commerce and Tourism
appreciates you being here
at the 54th Annual Dogwood-Azalea Festival !!!
Please keep yourselves and your families safe by observing all safety and hygiene precautions advised by the medical community, or mandated by federal, state, or local government.
First published: March 21, 2020 at 17:42 CDT
Last modification: January 21, 2022 at 12:40 CST
Welcome to town!
The Saturday evening Candlelight Tour is exquisitely enchanting! As day turns to dusk volunteers border the sidewalks along the Dogwood-Azalea Trail with beautifully glowing white luminarias.
Residents cast spotlights on banks of brilliant azaleas and dazzling dogwoods as softly suffused candlelight blazons beckoning footpaths beneath the foliage festooning the thoroughfares. Many enjoy the Candlelight Tour while trundling in the repose of their motor cars. Others see fit to saunter along the sidewalks betwixt the lambent luminarias - finding friends old and new while celebrating the sights and sounds of merryment emanating from private porticos overlooking the Trail. Featured entertainers performing hither and thither along the Trail extend to the Candlelight Tour an aura even more agreeable.
Along the Dogwood-Azalea Trail
Please call (573)683-6509 no later than April 1 to register.
Our Dogwood-Azalea Carnival goes late after dark so everyone can share in the fun!
Bring your children and friends to enjoy all of the rides and games! The carnival runs Thursday and Friday from 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m., Saturday 10:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., and Sunday from 11:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
800 East Marshall Street
Our Big Rig Drivers are about to turn on the lights on Friday at 5:30 p.m. It'll be a convoy of the biggest, prettiest semi-trucks you've ever seen as this parade of giants travels straight down the highway from Exit 12 to Exit 10 as the men and women of the trucking industry show off their shiny chrome and bright chicken lights!
Let your kids come pump their arms to see if they can make the air horns sound off at full force!
All Along East Marshall Street and South Main Street
Photographs courtesy of The Enterprise-Courier except where otherwise noted.
Last page modification: April 21, 2022 11:08:14 CDT