Artists take the stage at the Music Farm

Lowcountry Artist Market (Sandra Ecklund/WCIV)

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCIV) -- Nestled in amongst performances by They Might Be Giants and Suicidal Tendencies, there's one event on The Music Farm's calendar that stands out from the rest.

The Lowcountry Artist Market takes over the Music Farm this weekend, featuring everything from jewelry to stuffed animals, children's clothing, art and home decor.

Previously: Looking for works from local artists? Add the Music Farm to your shopping list

The shopping event is scheduled for Saturday April 13 and runs from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m.

Organizer Kristen Gastaldo offers up some useful tips for anyone who wants to peruse the plethora of goodies available from local vendors and artisans.

  • Vendors make handmade, unique items so there's a limited quantity. The earlier you come, the larger selection you'll see.
  • Many vendors take credit cards but you may want to have some cash on hand. The Music Farm has an ATM on site, but it also has a $3 fee.
  • If you see something you like but want it in a different color or size, don't be afraid to custom order.{}
  • Make it a lunch stop as well - there will be several snack or lunch options available and the Music Farm bar will open if you want to sip a mimosa or bloody mary as you stroll through the sea of tables.

Pet Helpers will be adding their own brand of adorable in the form of kittens and puppies available for adoption so don't be surprised if you end up bringing home a furry friend along with your new fabulous earrings.

For more information, head over to the event's blog.