Join the Winston-Salem based premium funk band for free live entertainment complete with good people, good beer and the best music. BadCameo is joined by a different incredible Charlotte-based band each Saturday so there will always be new music to discover.
Resident Culture Brewing Company / Free / 3-6 p.m.
Get your team of two together and RSVP to play corn hole for a chance to win your way into the festival! Come early for swag and complimentary drinks. Attendees will be able to purchase Bonnaroo tickets at the previous tier price at each event.
Add a little culture and craft beer to your Sunday with WDAV and Free Range Brewing. Cellist Norbert Lewandowski will present music by Phillip Glass; Pulitzer-prize winner David Lang and the young American composer Andy Akiho. Lewandowski’s use of technology and recorded cellos will challenge your conception of chamber music. Your $12 ticket includes a beer and commemorative glass.
Free Range Brewing - 2320 N Davidson St / $12 / 4 p.m.
For more than 50 years, the Come-See-Me Festival has served as Rock Hill’s annual salute to spring featuring nearly 80 events and activities plus beautiful gardens, friendly folks, and plenty of festival fun like a parade, live music, food trucks, fireworks, a barbecue cook-off and entertainment for all ages.
Rock Hill, SC / Free (for most events) / See full schedule
Enjoy some of the best craft beverages in the Carolinas from breweries like Wicked Weed, Green Man, Foothills and more plus live music from The Smokin’ J’s and The Shana Blake Band by beautiful Winthrop Lake. Snag a VIP ticket for exclusive access to the VIP Sampling Garden with unlimited tastings or you can buy beer and wine in the general admission area for $5 each. Please no coolers or pets.
Winthrop Lake - 1160 Eden Terrace, Rock Hill 29733 / $30-$40 / 2-7 p.m.
Spread a blanket and enjoy a relaxing evening outside with family and friends for a free community picnic that celebrates local food and the importance of conservation complete with local beer and wine, live music and family-friendly activities. Bring your own food or purchase a picnic basket curated by local restaurants with 100% of the proceeds to benefit Catawba Lands Conservancy and Carolina Thread Trail.
Mint Museum Randolph / Free admission / 6-8:30 p.m.
Held on one of the best dance floors in Charlotte, enjoy 4 hours of Afro-House, Afro-Cuban, and Latin American dance rhythms with a DJ, live musicians, and unique themes to celebrate multi-cultures, ethnic and gender diversity, dance, visual and performing art. Guests can samba, salsa, bachata, cha cha, line dance, and step to other dance forms relative to various global communities as well as enjoy other performing and visual art like live painting. Pro tip: free dance lessons at 7:45 p.m. and 9 p.m.
Celebrate spring, music, beer drinking weather and great beer! Expect live music and performances on two stages by local, regional and national talent including Of Good Nature, Zach Deputy, Falconheart and more plus indoor and outdoor beer and cider stations, Prosecco-Pops, Frosé and limited edition T-shirts and koozies.
Enjoy a music variety showcase of an eclectic mix of music styles by approximately 15 acts performing one or two songs each. Expect a completely unique live music experience that also engages the audience in singalongs throughout the evening led by John Tosco and the TMP House Band & Singalong Choir. This event is fun for all ages and tickets are discounted 10% for students, groups of 10 or more (call 704.348.5752), or when purchasing tickets to two or more TMP’s at once.
Knight Theater at Levine Center for the Arts / $15.50-$34.50 / 7:30-10:30 p.m.