Elegant Soul Food & Live Entertainment
1058 West Club Road • Durham, NC 27701
North Gate Shopping Center
You are invited to a evening of fine dining of elegant soul food and live entertainment featuring Bobby Hinton and special guest. A cash bar will be available and the attire is either formal or semi formal. more...
3300 Hillsborough Road • Durham, NC 27705
Historic Brightleaf District
This popular bar serves subs, pizza, and barbecue plus features a billiards table, a foosball table, karaoke, and an old country jukebox. Thursday nights are "Bike Nike" and includes free food and line dance lessons, while live entertainment is always provided on Friday and Saturday nights.
Carolina Theatre, The
309 West Morgan Street • Durham, NC 27701
The best in live music, films, and plays are performed at this historic 1926 performance hall that is one of the last remaining 13 original theatres in Durham and is the only historic theatre in the country to have two fully operating state-of-the-art cinemas. more...
Festival for the Eno
5101 North Roxboro Road • Durham, NC 27702
West Point on the Eno City Park
One of the premiere Independence Day celebrations in the region, this three day festival features arts and crafts, exhibits, displays, and live entertainment on the banks of the scenic Eno River. more...
Independence Day Festival
Wallace Wade Stadium, Duke West Campus
Celebrate patriotism and civic pride during this festival that includes live entertainment and the most spectacular fireworks display in the area.
World Beer Festival
Durham Athletic Park, Corporation Street
Over 300 beer vendors from all over the country, as well as from local restaurants, will be on hand during this unique festival that includes an array of family entertainment, vendors, and live music by local and regional artists. more...
Tobacco Harvest and Hornworm Arts Festival
2828 Duke Homestead Road • Durham, NC 27705
In the morning, experience traditional tobacco farming and the Little River Cloggers. Enter the hornworm race or the MoonPie eating contest at mid-day. In the afternoon, enjoy Piedmont blues played by legendary musician John Dee Holeman, and witness the only tobacco auction left in Durham. Through the day, browse the booths of 23 local artists. Bring your instrument for the bluegrass jam session at 3 p.m. The festival will begin at 10 a.m. and end at 4 p.m. more...
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