The football fan's weekend round-up

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The weekend has rolled back into town and it's time once again that we hook you up with best events taking place over the next few days.

The World Cup final between Spain and Netherlands is big on just about everyone's list of things to watch this Sunday, and here's a list of local spots that'll be showing the game. The final is set for Sunday at 2:30 p.m. The battle between Germany and Uruguay for the third place position will be held on Saturday afternoon at 2:30 p.m. If you want to catch some live soccer action, consider heading out to Daniel Island on Friday night to watch the Battery host the Richmond Kickers in a battle for first place in the USL-2.

In other sporting news, disc golfers from across the Carolinas will converge on the disc golf course at Trophy Lakes on Johns Island to raise money and awareness for a People Against Rape on Saturday afternoon. Come out for and play, or just enjoy a the after party -- it's all for a great cause.

As far as music goes, there's Freshfields Village's Music on the Green concert series featuring The David Archer Band on Friday night and Dub Addis kicking off Wannamaker County Park's reggae concert series on Saturday.

Internationally renowned American-Pop artist John Stango's debut show in Charleston opens this weekend at Scoop Studios. Swing by the studio between 5 and 8 p.m. to take a first look at Stango's powerful and playful popular images epitomizing glamour and surreal pop icons.

As always, the Charleston City Paper has their own weekend round-up which features alternative entertainment options. Be sure you pop over and take a look at it before heading out on the town this weekend.




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