Things To Do In Charlotte This Weekend (7.23-7.25)

Christmas in July is this weekend. What better way to help you enjoy your vacation than 90 degree weather… am I right? In all seriousness, it’s sure to be a hot day this weekend, but there are plenty of events to check out if you’re trying to escape the heat. Just remember, if you’re going out this weekend, stay hydrated!

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Charlotte Peru Festival

  • North End Camp, 1824 Statesville Ave.
  • Celebrate Peruvian culture right here. Food, music and dance.
  • 5 pm.
  • Free of charge.

Morton’s Charlotte – Sips of Summer

  • Cocktail Experience, at 227 West Trade St.
  • Indulge in a chef-prepared four-course meal inspired by the flavors of Jalisco, Mexico. Each dish is paired with a handcrafted cocktail with agave tequilas from Casamigos.
  • 6-8 pm.
  • $99.

Opening ceremony of “Bodies for Scale”

  • This new art exhibition showcases works by artists from around the world. The opening night reception will feature live music by Spatial Forces Duo and The Fastest Steed on Earth.
  • 6-9 pm.
  • Free of charge.

BLKMRKTCLT’s Nu Growth line presents local honey

  • 1824 Statesville Ave.
  • BLKMRKTCLT’s Nu Growth Series showcases the creations of Black women through solo exhibitions. This week’s artist of the week is Kalin Devone, whose work is a series based on an introspective and personal perspective.
  • 6-9 pm.
  • Free of charge

Chat, Choose & Connect Dating App Games

  • 9605 North Tryon St.
  • This gender-based fighting style contest rotates participants through three rounds with different trivia themes. The team that answers the most questions correctly will be crowned the champion.
  • 8 – 10 pm.
  • $10.

OH Well: ISI Elite Training – Dilworth ISI Elite Training

  • 1115 North Brevard St.
  • Head to the Optimism Hall for a 50-minute full-body and high-energy workout organized by ISI Elite Training. Great for all levels. Bring water and your friends.
  • 9-10 am.
  • Free of charge.

City University Farmers Market.

  • 8929 JM Keynes Dr.
  • Choose fresh fruits and vegetables and shop from local farmers, artisan food producers and pop-up chefs.
  • 9 am to 1 pm.
  • Prices vary.

Catawba Brewing Company Yoga on the Patio

  • 933 Louise Ave. # 105
  • Whether you’re new to yoga or already an expert, this class will put you in a positive mood to tackle your packed weekend plans. The price includes class and a drink ticket to use after a workout.
  • 11 am to noon.
  • 14 dollars.

Novant Health Welcome back to FesNS

  • Romare Bearden Park
  • In an effort to reunite the community, Novant Health is hosting this street festival where attendees can get vaccinated if they haven’t already and enjoy music and some good local food carts best. The first 1,000 people to provide proof of vaccination will receive a $10 voucher to use with on-site caterers.
  • 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
  • Free of charge

Protagonist’s First Annual Cornhole Tournament

  • Chapter 227 Southbound Dr.
  • Each team will receive two $10 gift cards for the Protagonist for joining only, and the first-place team will receive a $500 gift card for the Protagonist. If you don’t want to compete, there’s a DJ, bar games, and cold Prot Characters cocktails and beers.
  • 11 a.m.
  • $20 per team (out of 2).

Queen City Summer Festival

  • 2600 West Trade St.
  • Head to the Queen City Summer Festival to shop for local black-owned businesses, sample delicious food, and watch entertaining shows. The event is family-friendly, and StarMed Health will provide the vaccine along with a $25 cash card to anyone who participates.
  • Noon to 6pm.
  • Free of charge.

Sound of Style Fashion Show

  • The Music Yard, at 2433 South Blvd.
  • See some of the best local brands striding the runway at The Music Yard’s very own fashion show. DJs DOMii, Gabriela Gonzalez and Seebirdgo will deliver the tunes.
  • 5-11 pm.
  • $10-$130.


  • 2921 North Tryon St.
  • Change your running shoelaces and join NoDa Brewing for a 5k Saturday afternoon via NoDa. There will be swag, beer, live music and food carts.
  • 6 pm.

RiFF RAFF at Unknown Brewing Company

  • 1327 South Mint St.
  • Come to RiFF RAFF at an outdoor concert at Unknown Brewing Co. Miners include NiGE HOOD, Princeton and Bailey Snow.
  • 7 pm

Rooftop Comedy at Devil’s Logic

  • 1426 East 4th St.
  • Enjoy a night of devilish laughter with a lineup of some of the best comedians in the Carolinas. Acts include Jordan Scott Huggins, Spencer Bland, Jenn Snyder with host Jon Alliss.
  • 8 – 10 pm.

The Vanity House’s Drag Brunch Christmas in July

  • Enjoy brunch and a drag show this sassy Sunday.
  • 11 am (showing at noon).
  • $10.

Journaling & visualization for entrepreneurs with Mood House

  • 2400 Park Rd, Ste. ONE
  • This workshop serves as a space for you to reflect on your goals and aspirations and visualize yourself achieving them. Bring paper or a diary and something to write on, as well as a yoga mat/cushion/blanket.
  • 8:30-9:15 am.
  • Free for members, $10 for non-members.

Skiptown Pool Pawty

  • 222 Rampart . Road
  • There will be live Greg Lilley music, an inflatable pool and baby fountains and a bubble blower in the main courtyard. Dog and cat rescue service will be available from 11:30 am to 4 pm
  • Noon to 6pm.

Yoga on the terrace

  • Harvey B. Gantt Center
  • Join yoga instructor Sajeedah Jones “SJ” on Gantt’s rooftop for a yoga session that gets you in the right mindset to start your week off. Bring a mat or beach towel.
  • 12:30-1:30pm.
  • $10.

Party in the Park at the Mint Randolph . Museum

  • 2730 Randolph Rd.
  • Spend Sunday afternoons in the park at the Mint Randolph Museum. Enjoy free museum admission, food carts and live music, and cashiers on the front terrace.
  • 1-5 pm.
  • Free of charge

The market has nothing major

  • The Music Yard, at 2433 South Blvd.
  • Bop while you shop at Music Yard’s Main Nothing Market. Expect top local brands, DJs, drinks, tacos and more.
  • 1-8 pm.
  • Free of charge

Art Therapy Art Auction & Golf Tournament

  • Stroke, at 1318 Pecan Ave., Ste. 101
  • Stroll through this pop-up library, then play some golf. The artworks on display will be available for purchase through live and silent auctions.
  • 7-11 pm.
  • $10-$45

Queen’s Day: Charlotte Restaurant Week

  • Payment procedures participating restaurant and for $30-$35 per person, you can enjoy a three-course fine dining experience from one of dozens of restaurants through July 25th

CPCC presents Joseph and the cool tech color jacket

  • 1206 Elizabeth Ave.
  • Watch a performance by Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at the CPCC live theater, reimagining the biblical story of Joseph, father Jacob, 11 brothers and his multicolored coat.
  • Until July 25, 7:30 pm.
  • $10-$18 | Things To Do In Charlotte This Weekend (7.23-7.25)

Huynh Nguyen

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