Charleston Moves’ Pedal & Panache event is returning this year after a two-year break.
This year’s iteration, which will be staged Nov. 3 from 6 to 9 p.m., will feature live music, food and drink and a silent auction in the Bower at Edmund's Oast in downtown Charleston, according to a Charleston Moves news release.
All proceeds directly support Charleston Moves’ advocacy for safe, connected and equitable access for people walking, biking and taking public transit, the release stated.
Tickets are available for purchase by clicking here.
This year's event brings a fresh perspective with a new venue, menu and music by local band The Real Good News, according to the release. Also new this year, the event’s silent auction is online and bidding is open, according to the release.
Items include a week-long luxury staycation on Isle of Palms, a mountain getaway in western North Carolina, culinary experiences, original artwork and hands-on activities. Proceeds benefit grassroots advocacy for an accessible community, the release stated.