Musicians, sharpen your street sound at the 18th Street Farmer’s Market

Volunteers sought to entertain shoppers

Cenius Seth Asbell, right, and Christopher Gibbons perform at the 18th St. Farmer's Market.

Spring has sprung, which means the opening of the 18th Street Farmer’s Market in Charleston is right around the corner.

Farmer's Market

Dano Reible and Rev. Robert perform at the Farmer’s Market

Part of the atmosphere of the market is a rotating bill of local musicians. Each musician, or group of musicians, will perform for approximately an hour at a time. The market runs from 8 a.m. to noon on Saturdays throughout the summer.

It’s a volunteer performance, but sort of like busking. You get to keep any contributions from market shoppers. There’s free water, and you perform in the shade. Right now, they’re looking for performers who can perform “unplugged.”

If you’re interested in performing, contact Steve Runyon, phone: 345-4700; e-mail: to reserve some dates and times.

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