2020 Show Schedule

Pernell McDaniel

Local Charleston performer, singer, songwriter has been a local staple in the Charleston music scene for more than 25 years. His sturdy guitar style, catchy harmonica riffs and rugged vocals combine to create a performance that is both dynamic and entertaining

Friday, April 17th
1:00 pm-5:30 pm

Waltzing Matilda Trio

Waltzing Matilda will be performing featuring Caryn Egan of The Michael Martin Band, and Hopturn Twotape of the critically acclaimed legendary jazz fusion group Illa Zilla! Waltzing Matilda incorporates tight vocal harmonies and carefully crafted instrumentation to create beautiful renditions of classic Americana favorites and male/female duets.

Saturday, April 18th
11:00 am – 5:30 pm

Chris Dodson and Johnny McDonald

Chris Dodson and Johnny McDonald are local to Charleston. They have been playing blues, folk, pop, and rock music together since 2016. 

Sunday, April 19th 11am – 4:30pm


Always a favorite a the Charleston Boat Show!  Kids enjoy the personalized designs Susan creates for them.

Saturday 12:00 – 4:00 
Sunday 1:00 – 4:00

Bounce House

Time to give mommy and daddy a break.  Kids get your pent up energy out at the ever popular kids’ bouncy house.

Saturday 10:00 – 6:00 
Sunday 11:00 – 5:00


Come join Captain Jack and his crew for an interactive tutorial on things you should know and do to be a pirate!, followed by a “Find the Captain” Scavenger Hunt.

Saturday 1:00PM and 3:00PM
Sunday 1:00PM and 3:00PM

Mermaid Oracle

The mysterious depths of the Atlantic Ocean, where no human hand has touched, is where Mermaid Oracle calls home. She is called ‘Oracle’ for her magical gifts of foretelling the future and wise guidance, but her ocean friends call her Ori. Foretelling the future of the polluted seas and its impact on ocean-life and mankind alike, Mermaid Ori set out on a daring mission to swim to the surface and make contact with the humans, to teach them about the importance of keeping the oceans clean. When Ori popped her head above water she saw a giant pirate ship, with humans, sailing across the water. Swimming in slowly for a closer look, she quickly dodged what appeared to have been a bottle thrown overboard by the Captain on the deck! Overcome by her frustration, Ori grabbed the floating bottle and threw it back, hitting the Captain in the back of the head before it hit the wooden deck in a ‘thud’. He spun around to see a very angry mermaid staring back at him, and ordered his crew to catch her with their nets! As they hoisted the mermaid up, and onto their ship, the Captain became entranced by her beauty and quickly cut her loose from the nets. She explained her mission to the Captain, and asked him to take her along on his journeys to meet as many humans as possible, so she could get their help in saving the oceans. Caring for the ocean deeply, himself, the Captain agreed to help. And so, Mermaid Ori sails around from port to port with the Captain, sharing in his adventures and spreading her message of ocean conservation to every wonderful human she meets!


PHWFF is dedicated to the physical and emotional rehabilitation of disabled active military service personnel and disabled veterans through y shing and associated activities including education and outings.

Friday, Saturday and Sunday
Located in Booth 53