Can you believe it’s Friday already!? With the weekend ahead look no further for something to do this weekend. Charlotte Culture Guide can answer that lingering question, “what is there to do?” Here is just a small sampling of all the great things there are to do in Charlotte and Mecklenburg County this weekend.
Originally produced on Broadway in 1988, this Tony®-nominated cult rock musical explores the classic themes of love, loss and betrayal.
Fri., May 20 – Sat., June 11
Duke Energy Theatre
Every car on the highway has a story, states BRANDI HART. Hart should know. As lead singer and co-writer for roots-music phenoms THE DIXIE BEE-LINERS, she’s in the business of telling stories.
Fri., May 20 @ 8pm
The Evening Muse
2011 Summer Concert Series
Grab your family and friends and join us for a summer night of great entertainment. Enjoy the sounds of Jazz, Acoustic, Blues and R&B every Friday and Saturday night from 7pm – 10pm!
Fri., May 20 & Sat., May 21
Blakeney Village Green
All Arts Market
NoDa Neighborhood Association and Neighborhood Theatre are hosting over 70 artists of all types and experience levels at this art market. Come and enjoy the shopping, the people, the nightlife, and the spectacle in NoDa, Charlotte’s Arts District.
Fri., May 20 @ 6pm
“Where I Stand: The Hank Greenspun Story”
Special encore screening of this phenomenal film that played to a sold-out crowd and drew rave reviews during the recent Charlotte Jewish Film Festival. Las Vegas visionary, friend to Bugsy Siegel, foe to Joseph McCarthy, subject of the Watergate investigations, hero of Israel’s War of Independence…the life of Hank Greenspun was the stuff of legends!
Sun., May 22 @ 7pm
Levine Jewish Community Center
Steve Martin w/ Steep Canyon Rangers
Steve Martin, the multi-talented GRAMMY® and Emmy award winning actor/comedian/musician and bestselling author has proven to be one of the most diversified performers in the entertainment industry today. Recently Martin has experienced a successful foray into the music world with the release of his first bluegrass album.
Sun., May 22 @ 8pm
Albert-George Schram, conducting Since the release of his 2004 critically-acclaimed recording When I Fall In Love and his numerous appearances on PBS, Chris Botti has become America’s top-selling jazz instrumental artist.
Sat., May 21 @ 8pm
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