SAP
Special Activities

We are pleased to offer attendees a few unique activities during the event. Take a few minutes to see what’s in store.

Welcome Reception
Monday, March 9 | 6:00–9:00 p.m.
The Dewberry's Terrace

The Dewberry’s 8th floor terrace, the Citrus Club, is the highest rooftop in Charleston. It features citrus-inspired cocktails and fresh, light bites.

Transportation: SAP will provide transportation from the welcome reception to 3 or 4 major hotels (TBA).

Evening Networking Dinner
Tuesday, March 10 | 6:00–9:30 p.m.
The Lowndes Grove Plantation

Surrounded by 14 acres of live oak groves and peaceful river views, downtown Charleston's last great waterfront estate has enchanted visitors for more than four centuries.

Evening Entertainment
Tuesday, March 10 | 7:30–9:30 p.m.
Infinity & Steve Augeri

Attendees will enjoy a private concert with 80’s cover band Infinity, as well as a special appearance by Journey’s former lead vocalist, Steve Augeri, who will play six of the band’s greatest hits.

Please take a few minutes to listen to both featured artists and get ready for a special evening you’ll never forget!

Steve Augeri is an American rock singer and former lead vocalist for the band Journey, which released some of the best-known songs in modern rock music.
 

Prior to joining Journey, he founded the band Tall Stories, which changed the melodic rock scene. He was also a part of the hard rock band Tyketto. Augeri joined Journey as its fourth lead vocalist, but soon became the first lead vocalist, replacing Steve Perry. Augeri attributes his love for music to his father.

"Classic to Current: The Ultimate Rock Experience"
 

Two-plus decades of playing at hundreds of local music festivals in the Chicago suburbs have put Infinity in front of hundreds of thousands of fans. Consequently, the band has built an incredible following, making it one of the most successful cover bands in the nation’s third-largest metropolis.
 

Infinity prides itself on audience inclusion. As lead singer Bob explains, "This is not our show, it's yours."