Arts & Culture
Charlotte’s ghosts come out at night. From nature trails to converted churches, you can haunt the ghouls of the Queen City.
From the demure to the grand, here are five shows in the Charlotte area worthy of sequin-dappled dresses and bow ties.
Uptown Charlotte is fortunate to have an abundance of free art on display for the public. From The Green to the lobby of the Carillon Building, there’s always something to see, and it’s all for free.
Fall is the season of new beginnings for area galleries, and because the Democratic National Convention came to town the first week of September, area museums have put their best foot forward. Enjoy exhibits for any flavor at museums throughout the area, but don’t miss out on these, the best of the best.
As summer fades away and the leaves on the trees turn colors, it’s time to start thinking about the fall festival season. With cooler weather and the ripening pumpkin and apple harvests, there are plenty of opportunities in Charlotte to have fun outdoors with the family. From wine tastings to dressing up like a knight,there is something for everyone to enjoy right here in Charlotte.
Charlotte celebrates gay pride in August. Check out some of the best arts and culture this Queen City has to offer.
Check out these resources for LGBT Charlotteans to meet new people, try new activities and have fun.
Numerous lectures are given each year in Charlotte on a wide range of topics from art and history to current affairs and personal growth.
No matter if you like horror, romance, thrillers or independent films, there are plenty of opportunities in the Charlotte area to meet and mingle with other film lovers.
Charlotte’s active cultural scene has plenty to offer lovers of classical music with symphony orchestras, choral groups, organists and chamber orchestras providing entertainment every month of the year. Read on for some highlights of the fall classical season.