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North End Farmers Market

Camp North End 300 Camp Road, Charlotte

Every Wednesday from 4-8pm, head to the heart of Camp North End for the North End Farmers Market! Every Wednesday from April-October, expect an eclectic mix of farmers, food artisans, and other small businesses popping up along Keswick Avenue between the Mount and Keswick districts. We've got 16 anchor vendors here each week and 4 rotating vendors with artisanal goods.

Free

North End Farmers Market

Camp North End 300 Camp Road, Charlotte

Every Wednesday from 4-8pm, head to the heart of Camp North End for the North End Farmers Market! Every Wednesday from April-October, expect an eclectic mix of farmers, food artisans, and other small businesses popping up along Keswick Avenue between the Mount and Keswick districts. We've got 16 anchor vendors here each week and 4 rotating vendors with artisanal goods.

Free

North End Farmers Market

Camp North End 300 Camp Road, Charlotte

Every Wednesday from 4-8pm, head to the heart of Camp North End for the North End Farmers Market! Every Wednesday from April-October, expect an eclectic mix of farmers, food artisans, and other small businesses popping up along Keswick Avenue between the Mount and Keswick districts. We've got 16 anchor vendors here each week and 4 rotating vendors with artisanal goods.

Free

Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel

Savona Mill 500 S Turner Ave, Charlotte

The immersive Van Gogh exhibit coming to Charlotte this summer has drawn focus from this mesmerizing Michelangelo show. Instead of going to Rome to see the ceiling’s frescoes 44 feet away from the Sistine Chapel floor below, patrons can see them up close. The paintings cemented Michelangelo’s reputation, but the sculptor never wanted the job in the first place and insisted he was wrong for the task. In the 1560s, Pope Pius IV had the genitals of the artist’s nude figures painted over, but modern restorers stripped away the fig leaves.

$13 – $19.50

North End Farmers Market

Camp North End 300 Camp Road, Charlotte

Every Wednesday from 4-8pm, head to the heart of Camp North End for the North End Farmers Market! Every Wednesday from April-October, expect an eclectic mix of farmers, food artisans, and other small businesses popping up along Keswick Avenue between the Mount and Keswick districts. We've got 16 anchor vendors here each week and 4 rotating vendors with artisanal goods.

Free

North End Farmers Market

Camp North End 300 Camp Road, Charlotte

Every Wednesday from 4-8pm, head to the heart of Camp North End for the North End Farmers Market! Every Wednesday from April-October, expect an eclectic mix of farmers, food artisans, and other small businesses popping up along Keswick Avenue between the Mount and Keswick districts. We've got 16 anchor vendors here each week and 4 rotating vendors with artisanal goods.

Free

North End Farmers Market

Camp North End 300 Camp Road, Charlotte

Every Wednesday from 4-8pm, head to the heart of Camp North End for the North End Farmers Market! Every Wednesday from April-October, expect an eclectic mix of farmers, food artisans, and other small businesses popping up along Keswick Avenue between the Mount and Keswick districts. We've got 16 anchor vendors here each week and 4 rotating vendors with artisanal goods.

Free

North End Farmers Market

Camp North End 300 Camp Road, Charlotte

Every Wednesday from 4-8pm, head to the heart of Camp North End for the North End Farmers Market! Every Wednesday from April-October, expect an eclectic mix of farmers, food artisans, and other small businesses popping up along Keswick Avenue between the Mount and Keswick districts. We've got 16 anchor vendors here each week and 4 rotating vendors with artisanal goods.

Free

Godspell

Stumptown Park 120 S Trade St, Matthews

It’s gospel in the park. The early ’70s produced two stage productions based on the new testament, Jesus Christ Superstar and Godspell. Of the two, Godspell diverges furthest from its source material, the Gospel of Matthew — a good fit for an outdoor performance from Matthews Playhouse. The actors portray non-biblical characters, and the plot is structured as a series of parables. With lyrics drawn from traditional hymns and an eclectic score drawing from show tunes, rock and pop, the show is arguably catchier than Jesus Christ Superstar. The song “Day by Day” reached #13 in the Billboard pop charts.

$10

It Takes a Village: Charlotte Artist Collectives

Mint Museum Randolph 2730 Randolph Rd, Charlotte

Presenting works by local artists from three of the city’s innovative artist collectives: Goodyear Arts, BlkMrktClt, and Brand the Moth. On view June 12-September 12 at Mint Museum Randolph.

Bulla Gastrobar’s 3-Year Anniversary!

Bulla Gastrobar SouthPark NC

Come celebrate Bulla Gastrobar's 3-year anniversary in Charlotte! Enjoy a Paella tasting on the patio from 4-6 p.m., a special paella menu during dinner, $50 gift card raffle and $5 Sangria all day long! Make your indoor or outdoor reservations today.

Free

Open Air: Jamel Shabazz

Harvey B. Gantt Center 551 S Tryon S, Charlotte

Photographer Jamal Shabazz is best known for his iconic images of New York City during the 1980s documenting the emerging hip-hop culture. As a Brooklyn insider, Shabazz gained full access and captured city’s street life and burgeoning scene unfiltered. Curator Dexter Wimberly, who has organized exhibitions and programming in galleries and institutions around the world, will lead this Open Air conversation, which explores Shabazz’s passion and perspective on building community through photography.

Godspell

Stumptown Park 120 S Trade St, Matthews

It’s gospel in the park. The early ’70s produced two stage productions based on the new testament, Jesus Christ Superstar and Godspell. Of the two, Godspell diverges furthest from its source material, the Gospel of Matthew — a good fit for an outdoor performance from Matthews Playhouse. The actors portray non-biblical characters, and the plot is structured as a series of parables. With lyrics drawn from traditional hymns and an eclectic score drawing from show tunes, rock and pop, the show is arguably catchier than Jesus Christ Superstar. The song “Day by Day” reached #13 in the Billboard pop charts.

$10

It Takes a Village: Charlotte Artist Collectives

Mint Museum Randolph 2730 Randolph Rd, Charlotte

Presenting works by local artists from three of the city’s innovative artist collectives: Goodyear Arts, BlkMrktClt, and Brand the Moth. On view June 12-September 12 at Mint Museum Randolph.

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