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45 of the Coolest Things to Do This Fall

Don’t wait for it to feel like fall (we see you, second Summer) to take in all that Charlotte has to offer this season. From shows to experiences, the whole city will be abuzz with exciting things to get you out and about this autumn.

posted by Jamie Killian September 15, 2022

10 Ways to Experience Presidents Cup Week in Charlotte Like a Pro

Charlotte has the honor of hosting the 2022 Presidents Cup as it makes its first trip to the Southeastern United States from September 20 to 25. Tens of thousands of fans are expected in the Queen City to celebrate the biennial tournament pitting the top professional U.S. golfers against top golfers from around the world. To ace your Presidents Cup week, take a swing at a few of these can’t miss events and experiences.

posted by Cassie Townsend September 12, 2022

Your Guide to the Charlotte International Arts Festival

The Charlotte International Arts Festival, a celebration of discovery, play and creativity, will bring more than 200 attractions to the Queen City from September 16 to October 2. The inaugural festival features performing arts and large-scale interactive art installations, most of which are free. Here are a few highlights of events from Ballantyne to Uptown.

posted by Brittany Jenkins September 12, 2022

Just Opened - August '22

As we slowly roll into the fall season, business openings are still heating up. Take a break from back-to-school mayhem and check ‘em out!

posted by Allie Papajohn August 23, 2022

Pride 2022 Guide: Drag Shows in the Queen City

Celebrate Charlotte Pride with the Queen City’s most glamorous hostesses, ready to bring the house down. Organizers have spent countless hours planning a month full of high-energy drag spectacles sure to dazzle. Check out our roundup below and get ready to bring the pride, bring the love, and bring those dollar bills!

posted by Dean McCain August 11, 2022

Guide to Pride: Your How-to for This Year’s Festival

With its inception in 2000 leaning on the LGBTQ Liberation Movement coming out of Charlotte’s 1969 Stonewall Riots & Uprising, Charlotte Pride has spent two decades evolving to become the largest LGBTQ celebration of its kind in the Carolinas.

posted by Wyndham Merrill July 21, 2022