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CHARLOTTE HALLOWEEN HAPPENINGS October 21, 2016

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Charlotte offers a plethora of paranormal activities for Halloween! Haunted Houses, from the fairly tame Scarowinds to the heart-pounding Haunted Mill, all your traditional favorite fear factor locations are waiting for you during October!

Charloteeans searching for suspense (without the screams) can also find frightful fun throughout the Charlotte area this month!

Blumenthal Arts presents THE ILLUSIONISTS October 21-23 at Oven’s Auditorium. Considered the world’s best magic show, seven magicians are prepared to awe and delight with their sophisticated art of deception!

Queen City Ghost Tours offers a historical scare, starting in Uptown Charlotte! Learn about ghostly visitors from the Revolutionary War to present-day, local haunted homes! Walking and driving tours are available.

Detectives of all ages will enjoy the Murder Mystery/Dinner –Evil Never Dies on October 22nd. Intrigue and wine will dominate this whodunit evening at Cougar Run Winery! Help solve the mystery while enjoying a dinner catered by 2 Gals Kitchen.

Stretch your skeleton and move those muscles at the first annual Costume Dash on October 29th. Dress in your Halloween costume and enjoy the fun run through South End! Costume contest, prizes, and after party at Draught Charlotte. Charitable sponsor is the American Cancer Society. NoDaWeen festival includes a Freaky 5K and a Pimp My Pumpkin competition. The 3rd Annual Hound Dog Hustle is a way for you and your four-legged baby to enjoy the fall foliage! The 5k run/walk on Oct. 23rd starts at 9:00 am and benefits the Carolina Bassett Hound Rescue. The Rescue saves homeless hounds from kill shelters.

Sophisticated spooks will find their inner fabulousness at The Duke Mansion’s Casino Party and Auction on October 28th. Casino games, silent auction, dancing with delicious delectable created by executive Chef Harrison Booth. Midnight in the Garden at Historic Rosedale Planation offers an indoor and outdoor experience for all ghost busters! The Paranormal Grounds Investigation will be 6:30-8pm using technology in partnership with the Charlotte Area Paranormal Society. Real ghost stories and possible spirit contact continues in the Paranormal House Investigation, 9-11pM.

Halloween can be fun and educational! Plaza Midwood’s Fall Crawl Cankerworm Festival will be on Oct. 29th, 9am-7pm. Tree banding supplies to get rid of those real-life creepy crawlies will be available from 9am-12pm. Enjoy the festivities including a costume parade, live music and libations from Birdsong Brewery. Dia De Los Muertos: Day of the Dead will be presented at the Levine Museum of the South on Sunday, November 1st. Traditional foods, art and dances will have you transported to Mexico! Science on the Rocks Fright at the Museum will be at Discovery Place in Charlotte’s Uptown! This is an adult event with a live zombie dissection, live music, creepy crawly experiments and much more! October 21st.

Fall is gorgeous in Charlotte. Enjoy outdoor Halloween festivities at Times Haunted Food Truck Festival on October 22nd. Movies, food trucks, movies, and a costume contest will fill The Charlotte Open Air Market, 5471 Central Avenue. GUTS on October 22nd at the BB&T Ballpark will be a pumpkin panic as carvers compete for the best jack lantern! A special “peoples choice” vote will have everyone cheering for his or her favorite! Benefits Make-A-wish foundation. Hall’s Family Farm is pumpkin picking fun for the entire family! Pumpkin Patch and hay rides ever day through October 31st. Also catering to your little cowboys and cowgirls, Hodges Dairy Farm offers a child size maze, pony rides, farm animals for your little pumpkins. A short drive from Charlotte will have fall fun finders looking skyward! The Hot Air Balloon Fest featuring 50 hot air balloons, balloon flights, wine and craft beer tasting, kids zone and much more in Statesville! October 21-23rd

The Queen City s a hotbed for a heart-ponding, happy Halloween. Get on your ghoul on by running, riding, dancing, and eating your way through an October bursting with fun in Charlotte!

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CHARLOTTE HOPS WITH LOCAL BREWERIES October 7, 2016

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Charlotte beer enthusiasts are satisfying their need for suds by flocking to one of many local breweries located throughout the Queen City. No matter your brew bias, Charlotte’s craft beer scene will make your hoppin’ stout and your barley pop!

Local breweries are offering special events during the fall months!

The 6th Annual Brewer’s Ball will be in the heart of Uptown Charlotte on Saturday, October 15th at Discovery Place. Favorite, top-rated restaurants, distilleries and breweries will be serving up hope for a cure for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. Sample and sip while carousing silent and live auctions.

Sycamore Brewery presents Brisket and Brewery Fest on October 15th. The festivities will be 12pm -11pm at 2161 Hawkins Street. OooWee BBQ, Queen City Q and Spoons BBQ Food Truck will provide the brisket. Bluegrass bands will be Dear Brother, The Clyde’s, and Mountain Feist. Also at Sycamore on October 20th, Save A Paw’s Halloween Party! Save A Paw is dedicated to adoptions, prevention of animal abuse and promotion of rescue groups.

Sugar Creek Brewing Company  IPA release party will be on Saturday, October 15th. Souther State of Mind is a pale ale collaboration between Southern Tier and Sugar Creek. This family friendly event will include Live music, a chance to rub elbows with the brew team, Southern bbq and corn maze.

D9 Brewery will host the 2016 Seeing Is Believing fundraiser on October 16th. The watching party for the Panthers vs. Saints will have BBQ and brews to quench your thirst, fill your tummy and help prevent avoidable blindness! d9brewery.com

Matthews Chamber Fall Fest Craft Beer Crawl and Corn Hole Tournament will be held on October 22nd, 12pm-5pm. Saunter on out to Harley Davidson of Charlotte on Independence Boulevard for local craft beers, live music, food vendors and corn hole! Beers that only meet the Brewers Association of Craft Beer standards will be served. Proceeds benefit Matthews Free Clinic.

Charlotte Brews Cruise began in 2013 and is still a favorite! The cruise is a safe and relaxed way to sample local beers, explore and support local brewers! Public tours are Saturdays and private tours can be arranged for any day of the week. Discounts for designated drivers.

Charlotte offers the always fun, pedal-powered Trolley Pub to as a way to explore! The private tour tours are two hours and explore NoDa and Uptown breweries. The mixer tour is a per-person charge and the crawl includes NoDa breweries and restaurants. Family friendly tours are available!

Also pedal-powered, Uptown Bikes and Brews is a fun, bicycle tour! Cycle through some of Charlotte’s trendiest neighborhoods and sip some samples at local breweries including: Robot, Sycamore Brewery, Growler’s Pub and Triple C!

All About Beer Magazine at BB&T Ballpark will host Beer Quest on November 19th, 1-5pm. Beers will be presented in paths, separated by beer style for patrons to explore. Paths will include: Hoppy and Curious, Fizzy Yellow Greatness, The Dark Path and Not 4 Noobs.

The Queen City offers more than two-dozen unique, craft beer locations and each brew master is vying to be King of the quench! Drink and support local business by enjoying a peppery pint, grainy growler or smooth stein at Charlotte’s microbrewery and micro pub scene!

Try : Wooden Robot Brewery   Sycamore Brewing   Triple C Brewing Company    Sugar Creek Brewing Company    NoDa Brewing Company     Free Range Brewing Company                     Lenny Boy Brewing Company   Heist Brewery   Birdsong Brewing Company                              The Olde Mecklenburg Brewery    D9 Brewing Company    Bayne Brewing Company 

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HOT CHARLOTTE STAYS COOL August 5, 2016

Charlotte is a beautiful city, a lot in part due to its distinct change of seasons. There’s no dull monotony of too-long winters or never-ending heat in Charlotte! Queen Charlotte maintains her weather schedule with strict attention to detail, allowing her people to plan activities and wardrobes accordingly! The heat of summer is upon us and because Charlotte is so wonderfully located, cooling off ,in and out of the city, is a easy as (a frozen, peach) pie!

Ocean breezes are just a few hours drive from Charlotte! People all have their favorites, from Isle of Palms and Folly in the Charleston area to the sands of Cherry Grove and Litchfield in Myrtle beach. Charlotte locals can be seen with their OBX stickers swearing allegiance to the Outer Banks, while others have the HH for Hilton Head on their bumpers. Wilmington offers a charming, breezy beach opportunity at its popular Wrightsville and Carolina beaches. Dip your toes in the water, grab a cool drink and play to your heart’s content at one of the plethora of beaches just a very short trip from Charlotte!

Who doesn’t love the amazingly beautiful Carolina Mountains?! Always about ten degrees cooler than the metropolitan areas, the mountains are just a couple hours away. Blowing Rock is a two hour drive and a favorite for families! Ride the train at Tweetsie Railroad, and visit the mysterious winds of the Blowing Rock. Just up the road, past the city of Boone, swimming holes abound for those wanting an alternative to the cement ponds. Hebron Rock Colony is a natural rock formation about 20 minutes away from Boone. Large boulders, small waterfalls and multiple swimming holes can be found there. Trash Can Falls features cascading falls and a few jumps ranging from 15 to 30 feet high. The Falls are off 321, right past the Watauga River Bridge. Snake Pit is in the same vicinity as Trash Can. Snake Pit provides visitors with a large area to swim  and multiple flat boulders make it possible to sunbathe. Sliding Rock is literally a sliding rock! Slide down the smooth rock into the crisp, mountain water! Sliding rock is located just north of Brevard. Hooker Falls is in the DuPont State forest and offers a great tubing experience while listening to the peaceful sounds of a waterfall. Lake Lure offers sandy beaches with mountain views! Near Chimney Rock, hiking in the cool of the morning and splashing in the refreshing water in the afternoon is a heavenly way to enjoy summertime!

Stay in the gorgeous green of the Queen City and have some fun to escape the high summer temps! Charlotte is always regionally prepared for her seasons and offers cool summer activities to beat the heat! Parks in Charlotte most appropriately turn on the water during the warm sunny days of summer!

Romare Bearden Park is located in the heart of the city! Open, grass fields offered a casual play area (just recently spotted casually kicking balls on the grass were international soccer players from the 2016 International Champion Cup being played at Bank of America stadium) and a fountain/waterfall area for the kids to splash and play! Quiet gardens and benches are strategically located for peaceful relaxation! Latta Splash Park in Dilworth is located just in sight of the Charlotte skyline! The splash park is directly next to the playground area and makes this park especially convenient for the young families! Green, the Splash Park is Uptown at the popular The Green area. Art, statues and restaurants are all within this metropolitan, three-tiered lawn area! Towering fish fountains supply a steady stream of cold water for a romp in the splash area. Carolina Harbor Water Park at Carowinds offers all sorts of water activities from a six story high water slide to a Myrtle Turtle pre-school beach area!

Tastebuds have their own requisites during the summer! Satisfying that summer palate most likely includes something cool, creamy, bubbly and delicious! Pike’s Old Fashioned Soda Shop in Southend offers custom made milkshakes, malts, New York Style egg creams and old fashioned ice cream sodas! Sit and share a milkshake at the very same counter as Gwyneth Paltrow and Jack Black in in the movie SHALLOW HAL! Go local and fresh at the Elizabeth Creamery. Owned and operated by the lovely Kims, this mom and pop ice cream will have you loving your brain freeze! King of Pops are popsicles for the sophisticated palate! Tracking down the location of this frozen treat is a must for sweating Charlotteans! Yummy flavors range from white chocolate peppermint to peppermint mojito.

Mojito popsicles are delicious, but if you prefer to refresh with drinks in liquid form,Charlotte is home to over two dozen breweries with many more in the planning stages!  The Brewery Crawl in South End is the ticket to sampling several breweries in one night! Twelve stops allow you to hop the breweries, including tastings from Triple C Brewery (who welcomes your four-legged friends on the back patio) to The Unknown Brewing company. Olde Mecklenburg Brewery,Charlotte’s very first brewery, opened in 2009! Enjoy the outside Biergarten or dine in at the Brauhaus. Take a tour of the operations and events are always a part of the Olde Meck scene, everything from yoga to the upcoming LOSO BLOCK PARTY  includes a frosty, tall one!  Food Truck Friday in Charlotte now has more than 14 trucks, including the Sycamore Brewing Company.Grab a bite and wash it down with a cold brew!

Charlotte sizzles with summer cool downs just a short drive away or minutes down the road. Hop on the trolley, jump in the car or walk down the street to enjoy the advantageous centralization of a hopping city surrounded by beach and mountain escapes!

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CHARLOTTE CELEBRATES INDEPENDENCE! June 28, 2016

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Charlotte is lighting up with July 4th celebrations! Fireworks, parades, sports and fun are sure to bring in Independence Day with a Bang!

WBT Skyshow at the BB&T ballpark will begin with a street festival including a Ferris Wheel, kids activities and live entertainment. The Charlotte Knights will play the Pawtucket Red Sox with a tremendous fireworks display after the game!

Tega Cay Fourth of July Celebration will start on solid ground with a Land Parade. Water activities include a Canoe Joust and Boat Parade. A Fish Fry and Fireworks finish out the fun!

Lake Wylie will also offer a water fireworks show! Best views are TBones on the Lake, on the water near the Buster Boyd Bridge and from the parking lot near Rey Aztecka.

The USNWhite Water Center will celebrate July 3-4th with live music and fireworks.Bring the lawn chairs and picnic blankets!

The Charlotte Symphony will celebrate Fourth of July at Symphony Park in the Southpark area, on July 1st. Liberty Fanfare, Armed Forces Salute, This Land is Your Land, and America the Beautiful are among the beloved patriotic pieces the Symphony will present in celebration of Independence Day. Fireworks will light up the night for the encore!

Red, White and Boom will be on July 3rd. Join the fun in Old Town, in Rock Hill with a Kids Zone, food, free concert and fireworks!

The People’s Parade in Matthews invites everyone to a parade of bikes, scooters and wagons on July 2nd! Bike/wagon decorating begins at 5pm in front of Town Hall and decorations will be provided.
Parade begins at 5:30pm at Town Hall and activities at Stumptown Park begin at 6pm, concert at 7pm. Food vendors will be onsite.

Waxhaw 4th of July Celebration will be in downtown Waxhaw on Saturday, July 2nd! The parade begins at 10 a.m., the Beach party 4:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. and fireworks display at dusk.

Patriotic runners can race for a cause and race for the fun on Fourth of July weekend!

Fourth of July Firecracker Run raises money for Common Heart Food Pantry! The race features a a 1K, Kids Firecracker Dash, two timed races and a patriotic costume contest. At the Village of Lake Park in Union County.

The Famous Toastery American 4 Miler presented by Novant Health supports local business offering made in America products. The running fun begins in Dilworth and ends at Famous Toastery-Dilworth.

Charlotte Firecracker 5k on July 3rd will take runners through the Olde Providence Neighborhood. After the race, live music will be provided at Windyrush Country Club.

Show your patriotism with a red, white and true blue celebration in Charlotte! Applaud your freedom and living in the USA by cherishing the moments with family and friends in the beautiful Queen City!

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CHARLOTTE CELEBRATES DAD! June 16, 2016

 

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Charlotte is beautiful in June and offers the perfect setting for celebrating dad! Outdoor activities abound in the Queen City on Father’s Day weekend and your dad is sure to enjoy fun with the entire family!

Every member of the family can hit the golf course at Adventure Landing mini golf! Dads play free on Sunday, June 19th. Enjoy all the fun and games offered at the Pineville location!

Lake Norman is the most popular water destination for Charlotteans! On Friday, June 17th the Charlotte Symphony will perform its Summer Spirit Series in the idyllic setting on the shores of Lake Norman. Pack a picnic, bring a blanket or enjoy the concessions as Dad sits back and enjoys movie scores as well as classical music. Boating dads can anchor in the Energy Explorium Cove. Also in the Lake Norman area, dads who love to race will have fun at the Race Pit Kart Racing.Dads race free on June 19th!

Ray’s Splash Planet offers fun in the sun while staying cool in the pool! Dads splash for free on Father’s Day at this exciting water park!

Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden is offering dads and families an especially masculine day in the gardens! Along with strolling the beautiful garden paths, dads can enjoy a classic car show, beer tasting and live music! Food trucks and hands-on activities for the family will also be available!

The National Whitewater Center offers all outdoor activities Father’s Day weekend, including The Brew Stash Bash on Saturday, the 18th! The Brew Dash Competitive Heat at 9:00am, followed by the Brew Stash Breakfast at 10:00am will begin the morning’s activities. Music, and regional and national craft beer tasting begins at 1:00pm.

Take me out to the ballgame! The Charlotte Knights will be playing the Indianapolis Indians on June 19th at the BB&T Ballpark. All dads are invited to a pre game catch on the fields!

Ride, splash, run and drive your way through a fantastically fun Father’s Day! Celebrate your dad in the great outdoors of the Queen City!

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CHARLOTTE SUNSHINE FOR MOTHER’S DAY May 2, 2016

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Charlotte is the Queen City of springtime beauty! Treat the Queen of your family to a Mother’s Day under the beautiful Carolina blue sky and enjoy the delights of Charlotte’s spring flowers and sunshine!

Daniel Stowe Botanical Gardens will be welcoming all matriarchs with MOTHER’S DAY AT THE GARDEN 2016. May 7-8th, Daniel Stowe offers free admission for all mothers and the first 250 moms will receive a free potted plant! Music, carriage rides, family lawn games food and snacks, and a five-station Wine Walk will be included in this fun, family opportunity.

Romare Bearden Park in Uptown will offer moms and families a day of family activities on May 7th. From 12-5pm, music, food and much more will be offered at ROMAREFEST.

True Southern moms love their Carolina BBQ! Symphony Park at Southpark Mall will host the BEER, BOURBON &BBQ FESTIVAL on May 7th. Meet and learn from the teams of the Carolina BBQ League for the Charlotte BBQ cook-off, on-site Bacon tastings and, special beer and bourbon selections. Live Rock and Bluegrass bands and shopping at vendor exhibits will give moms a wonderful and delicious day to remember!

Wing Haven Gardens 22nd GARDENER’S GARDEN TOUR will be May7-8th! Enjoy touring five private gardens as well as strolling the beautiful Wing Haven. Live music presented by Community School of the Arts will add a musical beauty to the gardens!

The MULTICULTURAL FESTIVAL will be at South Piedmont Community College on May 6-7th. Arts and dancing demonstrations, crafts, and a soccer game are just a few of the many fun activities!

Running moms will enjoy the Hunstad Kortesis MOTHER’S DAY 5K in the Southpark area. The entire family is welcome to enjoy the 5k, kids activities and community spirit. The fun run begins at Symphony Park!

Moms with a heart for pups can fulfill their need for cuddling canines at TAILS OF THE TRAIL-MOTHER’S DAY HIKE with shelter dogs from the Humane Society. On May 8th moms and families can do their part to reduce euthanasia rates by socializing and hiking homeless hounds. A 2-3 mile hike along the scenic Catawba River will meet at Sheba’s Doggy Day Camp for a bus ride to the hiking destination.

SOUL OF THE SOUTH UPTOWN FOOD TOUR is a sampling, sipping stroll through some Southern Uptown favorite restaurants. Participants will hear from chefs and restaurant owners about the delicious influence of Southern Heritage in their cuisine. On May 6TH!

Music outdoors has a special enjoyment all its own! Several locations throughout Charlotte offer outdoor music free to the public. Enjoy SUNSET at the METROPOLITAN 2016 SPRING MUSIC SERIES !Every Thursday in May welcomes shoppers and families to enjoy a variety of musical genre and special features offered by restaurants and retailers.

WHITEWATER RIVER JAM will begin at the U.S. National Whitewater Center on May 5th! Free concerts take place every Thursday and Saturday through the end of September. The music will be 7-10pm and food, drinks and craft beers will be available.

BLAKENEY’S SUMMER CONCERT SERIES is at the charming and convenient Blakeney Shopping Center in the Ballantyne area of Charlotte. This free series offers outdoor music in a large, green area with picnic tables. Many people bring their own lawn chairs and picnics to enjoy, or pick up something delicious at the many restaurants surrounding the green area. Fridays and Saturdays through August, 7-10pm.

STONECREST SUMMER CONCERT SERIES is in full swing every Friday and Saturday, 7-10pm through October. This popular venue is free and can find you relaxing by fountains, tapping your toes while the little ones dance about!

Sunshine on Mother’s Day couldn’t be finer in Carolina than at the WELLS FARGO CHAMPIONSHIP! All attendees are asked to wear pink in honor of mom! Mother’s Day sunrise service will be 7:00 am on the 18th hole. Tee times approximately at 8:00am.

Moms in Charlotte are the Queen City’s finest crown jewel! Show mom what a true treasure is by taking her outdoors in the Carolina sunshine and treating her to her favorite musical, athletic, culinary event!

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CHARLOTTE IS HOPPIN’ INTO SPRING March 20, 2016

 

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Charlotte is bursting with a spring color spectacular! Every neighborhood is a sea of pink and green. White pear trees shower every passing car with beautiful snow- white blossoms and the daffodils’ bright yellow spots of sunshine are in every yard.
Children are anxiously awaiting the Easter Bunny and families are welcoming their neighbors and friends to their homes and churches to celebrate.

The Easter bunny will be visiting Charlotte throughout the Easter weekend and families have several options of egg hunting fun venues!
In South Charlotte egg hunters and bunny seekers can hop about starting in the beautiful Ballantyne area.
Ballantyne Village will have free pictures with the Easter Bunny, crafts and more on March 26th, from 1-3pm. This busy shopping and eating area offers many restaurants, salons, shops and even a movie theatre to keep the entire family entertained!
Easter brunch will be offered in the Ballroom at The Ballantyne Hotel and Lodge on March 27th, 11am-3pm. Live entertainment and a visit from the Easter Bunny will be a part of your delicious culinary experience.
An Easter Tea will celebrate the season at the Hotel and Lodge Wednesday, march 23rd through Saturday, March 2th, 1-5pm. Tea sweets and savories menu will accompany your loose leaf tea sipping selection.
Join in the hunt at the Easter Eggstravaganza in Elon Park on March 26th 9am-12pm. Hunt for eggs, play games and dance to the music!
Ballantyne Kidzart will offer special Easter activities on March 26th. Bring the whole family and explore your artistic side!
Venturing just minutes from South Charlotte will bring you more spring fun!
Carowinds Easter Eggstravaganza and Spring break on March 25th –April 3rd will have you screaming on the Fury rollercoaster, along with getting your picture taken with Eggward the Easter Bunny and Snoopy!
The quaint, historical town of Matthews is just 10 minutes from bustling South Charlotte. Stumptown Park is the place for fantastic music, fun and food. Join in the Food Truck Friday festivities on March 25th, 5-9pm.
Spring Fling at Hodges Family Farm is a country Easter minutes from the metropolitan bustle of Charlotte. Old- fashioned fun will include sack and spoon races, interacting with barn animals (especially the bunnies) and, of course, an Easter egg hunt! The country fun begins on March 26th at 10am.

Easter weekend in Charlotte will offer the grownups some much-deserved fun away from the kids, Easter bunny and egg hunts! Bunny Hop Bar Crawl on March 26th and 27th begins at Rooftop 210. Pick up your t-shirt and complete the tasks while enjoying beverages and prizes!
The Fillmore Charlotte presents PAPADOSIO on March 25th. This Indie-Rock experience unfolds as the night goes on, creating a live, earthy livetronica act. Also at the Fillmore, Trial by Fire a Tribute to Journey will have you traveling down a favorite band and memory lane. You will be happily humming “Don’t stop Believin” for days. Saturday, March 26th at 8:00pm.
Winter Jam 2016 at Time Warner Cable Arena will be a Christian musical experience for all fans of the most popular Christian bands! Enjoy the musical praise on March 26th doors open at 5pm.
Dale Earnhardt’s Whiskey River Tavern will offer a spring balloon drop on March 25th-26th at 9pm. Hundreds of balloons and cash will be dropping from the ceiling as rock and country music fans dance!

The celebration of Easter will have Charlotte’s many churches swelled with parishioners joyous at the risen Christ, families and friends enjoying the beautiful spring weather at Easter egg hunts and music filling Uptown.
Happy Easter!
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