Monica is ready to say goodbye. Rex is preparing for a reunion. Emily is seeking forgiveness. And Rene is hoping to provide answers that lie beyond this world. The Great Beyond is a heartbreaking paranormal comedy about family, loss, and forgiveness.
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.
The annual SEED20 program by Social Venture Partners identifies, highlights and connects the community to the region’s most innovative ideas for tackling pressing social challenges. This culminating event is more than a competition, it is a chance to network and support social entrepreneurs. Ten finalists will give fast-paced 3-minute pitches of their ideas to a panel of judges and a live audience. Ticket includes admission, drinks, dinner and mingling before and after.
Knight Theater at Levine Center for the Arts / $65-$85 / 5:30 p.m.
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.
Enjoy a full live Grateful Dead set by Josh Daniel’s Grateful Band with tie-dye goodies from their very own ShamWattsOne. Food trucks will be from 5-9 p.m. and include The Dumpling Lady, TIN Kitchen, Strudelteig Food Truck, Streamline Kitchen, Thebodegafoodtruck and LiL’ Dunkers Mini Donuts. The concert runs from 7-10 p.m and is free and open to the public.
Resident Culture Brewing Company / Free / 5-11 p.m.
You’re invited to McColl Center’s 20th Anniversary Gala, an evening of artistic cocktails, hors d’oeuvres, and desserts, a silent auction featuring the work of alumni artists, dancing, and live performances. All proceeds support McColl Center championing contemporary artists and sparking creative experiences for positive community impact.
McColl Center - 721 N Tryon Street / $250–$1,000 / 7–11 p.m.
The Blue Jean Bash celebrates Habitat Charlotte’s accomplishments over the past year and raises funds to increase affordable homeownership in our community. Join friends for dinner, dancing, and an exciting live auction. Last year’s bash raised $325,000, helping Habitat serve 119 families in Charlotte.
Join the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art’s for their 10th annual fundraising gala for a night of festivity and philanthropy and the highlight of the Bechtler’s fundraising calendar. The museum will be transformed for a night featuring various entertainments, food, cocktails and activities with all proceeds to benefit the museum’s operating costs, including exhibitions, public programs and community outreach initiatives that encourage an appreciation of the arts, culture, education and inclusiveness.
Bechtler Museum of Modern Art / $250-$2,500 / 8 p.m.-12 a.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.
Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to spend a night celebrating your favorite spies and covert operatives. Put your talent to the test and see if you’re stealthy enough to pass through the laser maze undetected, pull a MacGyver and see what you can make with rubber bands, clothespins and tape, outwit your fellow operatives in a nail-biting spy movie trivia challenge and see how quickly can you change into your disguise in the Quick Change Challenge.
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.