Street Events

MOJA on King

Thursday, October 5th 6 - 9 PM | King & Ann Streets

MOJA on King is brought to you by the City of Charleston and the MOJA Arts Festival.

Join us  Thursday, October 5th, 2023 from 6:00 to 9:00 PM on King & Ann Streets to enjoy live music, dine outdoors, and shop your favorite retailers! MOJA on King is a FREE friendly-family event. 

If your business is interested in participating in the event, please contact .

Participating Businesses: 

Come check-out restaurants with outdoor dining, food trucks,  & specialty retail vendors!

King Street Businesses

  • Republic of Pizza
  • Charleston Hemp Collective
  • Cafecito
  • El Jefe
  • The Belmont
  • Proof
  • Hall's Chophouse
  • Sewing Down South
  • Two Cumberland
  • Stars Rooftop & Grill
  • Proof

Food Trucks & Vendors

  • Vibrant Alkaline Vegan Meals
  • Soulful Woodworks
  • Jackson Treasured Photography 
  • Kalianna. Arts
  • Bert & T's Desserts
  • The Original Charleo Co.
  • Sweetgrass Foodz
  • Tupelo Rose Candles
  • P&S New Jersey Style Cheese Steak Subs 
  • Waffle Sensations 
  • Sistah-Tude
  • Irie Innovations
  • La'Boop Popcorn
  • James Brown Boiled Peanuts

Local Organizations:

  • City of Charleston's Minority & Women-owned Business Enterprise Office
  •  I-HOPE Women's Business Center
  • Black Charleston Professionals 
  • MOJA Arts Festival 
  • Damon Fordham, Historian & Licensed Tour Guide
  • Buxton Books Pop-up
  • Charleston Moves

Musical Performances - The Queens of Hip Hop & Soul

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Musical Performances:

  • Steel Drumming from Mason Prep 
  • Deninufay African Dance & Drum Co. is a dance co. that not only specializes in African dance but also in contemporary, stepping, Bohemian and praise dancing as well. Deninfuay’s mission is to uplift and encourage our youth one dance at a time!
  • The Queens of Hip Hip & Soul is more than a tribute show.  Hip Hop Soul is a genre of music that infuses R&B, Neo Soul, and Hip Hop together into one extraordinary melting pot, full of musical geniuses. Tonya Nicole, Singer/Songwriter and show creator, along with her dynamically, gifted friends, Christian Smalls aka “Black Diamond” of The Black Diamond Band, and Courtnay Nicole aka “Courtnay the Poet” are sure to set the stage ablaze with classic Hip Hop Soul hits like “Bag Lady”, “Doo Wop That Thing”, “Real Love”, and many, many more. 

MOJA Poetry - Visitors Center: 

MOJA poetry readings in the Camden Room at the Charleston Visitors Center 

  • 6 PM Poetry and Story Telling - Georgia Nubia 
  • 7 PM Poetry and Story Telling - Roger Reeves in conversation with Gary Jackson

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Parking Information:  

  • Visitor’s Center Garage located adjacent to this area of Upper King Street at (63 Mary Street). 
  • Midtown (558 King Street) and Marion Square (399 King Street) garages.