Bob Marley’s “Three Little Birds” musical opens at the Children’s Theatre of Charlotte for a three-week run during Black History Month, beginning Feb. 8.
“Every Little Thing” about Bob Marley’s musical debuting at Children’s Theatre of Charlotte
Next month in concerts — Patti LaBelle, Anderson .Paak, Travis Greene and others
February might be short on days, but it’s not short on great concerts in Charlotte. From legendary singers and songwriters […]
Carolina natives J. Cole and Anthony Hamilton lead star-studded lineup for 2019 NBA All-Star Game
Fayetteville’s J. Cole to perform during halftime; Hamilton to sing national anthem. Rapper Meek Mill and singer/songwriter Carly Rae Jepsen also included.
‘Black Panther’ back in theaters and 11 other things to do in Charlotte this February
While basketball will be the talk of the town in February, check out our list of other things to do in Charlotte during Black History Month.
Things to do in Charlotte this weekend, including Nina Simone, Culture Days, Comic Book Fandom and more
Looking for things to do in Charlotte? It’s the last weekend in January, and Qcitymetro has curated an events calendar with plenty of things to do.
The Purple Charlotte Steppers are moving social networks from online to the dance floor
Purple Charlotte Steppers Club is providing an alternative to Charlotte’s entertainment scene with line dancing and urban ballroom styles.
She was the first opera singer to perform at the Soul Train Awards, now she’s starring in Opera Carolina’s ‘Carmen’
Songbird Alyson Cambridge debuts in the Opera Carolina production as Carmen, a character also portrayed by Dorothy Dandridge and Beyonce.
13 Charlotte events celebrating Martin Luther King, Jr. this week
Parades, panels and musical performances are a few of the activities kicking off on the reverend’s birthday leading up to the day of national observance.
Win 2 tickets to see Patti LaBelle in concert
It’s 2019, and the team at Qcitymetro has a “new attitude”! That’s why one of our lucky Morning Brew newsletter subscribers […]
As the CIAA tournament leaves Charlotte, another piece of culture leaves with it
Months prior to the CIAA basketball tournament relocation announcement, the Queen City Battle of the Bands also said goodbye to Charlotte. What gives?
CIAA out of Charlotte, according to source
A source reports that the CIAA basketball tournament, which has been in Charlotte since 2006, will leave the Queen City after its contract expires in 2020.
Stop the disrespect: Vote Kemba Walker as an All-Star starter
Kemba Walker has made two All-Star Game appearances as a reserve. He deserves to be named an All-Star Game starter. He’d be the first since 1993.
11 places to be in Charlotte on New Year’s Eve
Planning for New Year’s Eve have you feeling like you’ll be all dressed up with nowhere to go? Not on […]
The show must go on: OnQ Productions temporarily comes out of hiatus for ‘Soulful Noel’
Despite the theater company’s ongoing hiatus, OnQ is back with ‘Soulful Noel,’ bringing contemporary renditions to your favorite Christmas classics.
“Take me back, Cardi”: Qcitymetro couple discusses hip-hop marriage stunt and PR
His-and-her commentary from Qcitymetro’s managing editor and staff writer.