Here are the events and activities you can’t miss this April – chronologically, so you can hit them all. See you out there, and don’t forget to show us what you’re doing via #cltagenda.
April 7 | 1441 South Tryon Street | $40+ | Tickets
Why you should go: Celebrate National Beer Day with a 4-hour sampling of craft beers from local and regional brewers, plus vendors, games, activities and a chance to vote for the best beer. Proceeds benefit Habitat for Humanity. 21+ only.
April 7 | Lenny Boy Brewing Co. | 5-9 p.m. |$20 | Tickets
Why you should go: Get your Shake Shack fix before the new Park Road location opens. Your $20 ticket includes a burger, drink, fries and a treat from Suarez Bakery.
April 8 | Lucky Dog Bark & Brew Charlotte | 2:15 and 5:15 p.m. |$45 | Tickets
Why you should go: Meet at Lucky Dog and cruise to the city’s favorite breweries with your furry friend in tow, including Resident Culture, Birdsong and Blue Blaze on this dog-friendly tour. Stick around to win a 5-day daycare pass and 2 VIP tickets to the Jamaican Me Hoppy Craft Beer Festival. 21+ only, one dog per person.
April 13 | 1432 West Morehead Street | 6 p.m. | $25-35 | Register
Why you should go: Spend your Friday night running, eating and drinking in one of the city’s hottest up-and-coming neighborhoods. Proceeds benefit Classroom Central, one of the neighborhood’s nonprofits.
April 14 | Sycamore Brewing | 12-10 p.m. | Free | Details
Why you should go: Celebrate the warm weather with two stages of live music, indoor and outdoor beer and cider stations, prosecco pops, limited edition t-shirts and more.
April 14 | Lucky Dog Bark & Brew Charlotte | 12 p.m.-12 a.m. | Free | Details
Why you should go: Celebrate the second anniversary of everybody’s favorite dog bar wth live music, drink specials, giveaways and a free photo both. 21+.
April 18-21 | Locations Vary | $69-322 | Tickets
Why you should go: Sample the city’s best in food and drink during events like the Grand Gala, 1000-Point Tasting and more in incredible locations such as the Wells Fargo Atrium and Mint Museum Uptown.
April 19-22 | U.S. National Whitewater Center | Free ($6 to park) | Details
Why you should go: Help the USNWC say hello to the season with competitions, exhibitions, demos, live music and activities like SUP yoga, obstacle challenges, a half marathon trail race and live music.
April 20-22 | 2116 Hawkins Street | $0-25 | Tickets
Why you should go: For the first time ever, the pop-up shop with 90+ local vendors, activities, music, food and drink will debut its new space at Girl Tribe Design District.
April 28 | AvidXchange Music Factory Grounds | $35-55 | Tickets
Why you should go: Spend the afternoon sampling the best burgers in the city and enjoying over 30 types of beer from local breweries while you enjoy performances by Charley Crockett and Shovels & Rope.
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