Join us for our Fall adult only “Dancin’ at the Dock” event, presented by the Daniel Island Property Owners’ Association and hosted at Dockery’s on Daniel Island. Mix and mingle with all of your neighbors, friends and guests on Saturday, September 28th under the Dockery’s Pavilion for this private event. The Daniel Island POA has reserved the Dockery’s Pavilion for a private resident event where Dockery’s will be preparing a variety of top selling hors d’oeuvres, 2 choices of wine and 2 choices of their house made beer. In addition, guests will be able to purchase a $5 discounted cocktail specially made for this event as well as other beverages from the bar.
The highlight of the evening will be live music, featuring the Shem Creek Boogie Band. Their vast repertoire includes favorites from the ’60s, ’70s, ’80s, and ’90s rock ‘n’ roll, soul, blues, country, and pop — as well as popular shag music and beach standards.
Tickets are now on sale for the Dancin’ at the Dock event at Dockery’s on Daniel Island. $25 per person early bird pricing through Thursday, August 15th (at 11:59 PM). Price increases to $35 per person on Friday, August 16th. ALL ticket sales will end at 11:59 PM on Thursday, September 19th or when sold out, whichever comes first. You don’t want to miss out! This ticketed event is for ages 21 and older for Daniel Island residents and their guests. There is no rain date for this event. All ticket purchases are final.
Sellout is expected and limited tickets are available. Live music, hors d’oeuvres, (1) beer/wine drink ticket and dancing are all included in the ticket price. Additional drinks and a special $5 mixed drink will be available for purchase.
*When registering, please be sure to enter each attendee’s specific information on their ticket (name, age and phone number). Wristbands and drink ticket will be given our at the check in table (no wristbands or tickets will be given prior). Tickets purchased are non-refundable. No outside food or drink permitted. Event is rain or shine, there is no rain date.