Sibling rivalries have always been a thing of the summer — races down the gravel drive, swimming further and faster in the Atlantic, diving into the neighborhood pool with greater style and flair. This summer won’t be any different from the ones we’ve always known, but this year siblings Luke Mitchell and Hannah Wicklund are taking the family competitive spirit up a notch at Party at the Point. This Friday their respective bands, The High Divers and The Steppin Stones, will be performing their rock ’n roll, indie Americana tunes into the crisp summer air.
The High Divers
The High Divers bring an incredibly cool flavor to the genre of Americana music that is entirely unique, captivating, and wholly fun. These Charlestonians will definitely get you dancing along this Friday at 6:30 p.m. and their restless honesty will keep you smiling, laughing, and loving the fullness of life long after their done playing.
The Steppin Stones
It’s no wonder that The Steppin Stones are traveling all up and down the East Coast this summer playing their tunes for eager audiences. This soul driven trio rocks as hard as 3 people can, bringing their own brand of heartfelt, skillful playing to the stage. Their sure to impress you with their rocking jams and powerful originals. With 2 full length albums and an EP under their belt, these seasoned rockers know how to wow. The Steppin Stones go on 8:00 p.m. this Friday, June 17th.
Both of these bands will be tugging heartstrings and rocking out. You’ll have to come and decide for yourself which sibling wins this friendly, fun rivalry! Party at the Point takes place at the scenic Charleston Harbor Resort and Marina, 20 Patriots Point Road, Mt. Pleasant. Admission is $7 and food/drink tickets are available for purchase at the event.