North Carolina-trained conductor leads orchestra that performs with a contemporary twist.
All-Black orchestra showcases tunes that speak to the culture
The Midnight Hour is giving a jazzy nod to soul and hip-hop in upcoming Charlotte performance
Collaboration between producer/composer Adrian Younge and A Tribe Called Quest’s Ali Shaheed Muhammad stops in Charlotte on Sept. 18.
15 things to do in Charlotte this September
Celebrate the end of summer with concerts, festivals, film screenings and other Charlotte happenings in September.
This yogi is centering Charlotte’s underserved communities
Soul Liberation Holistic Wellness holds some yoga sessions just for Black queer folks. Here’s why you shouldn’t feel excluded.
Win tickets to “Disney On Ice Presents Mickey’s Search Party”
We’re giving away a pair of tickets to see Mickey Mouse and his friends at “Disney On Ice presents Mickey’s […]
LaShawn Daniels, Grammy-winning songwriter/producer, hosts Charlotte music conference
Daniels’ project credits is a Who’s Who of top artists from Michael Jackson to Beyonce. Now, he’s focusing on Charlotte’s independent artists.
National Night Out is Tuesday, list of free events around Charlotte
More than 70 events have been organized throughout Charlotte-Mecklenburg for this year’s National Night Out community-building campaign.
Monica, Busta Rhymes and other concerts coming to Charlotte this month
Ten R&B and hip-hop concerts stopping in the QC this month.
Charlotte Amateur Tennis Championship honors Charleston shooting victim
The Charlotte Amateur Tennis Championship will be held Aug. 16-18 and benefits the Cynthia Graham Hurd Foundation for Literacy and Civic Engagement.
Futuristic artists bring ‘Intergalactic Soul’ and ‘LHAXX’ to Portal CLT
Jason Woodberry and Marcus Kiser’s futuristic installation lands a spot at Charlotte’s interactive art gallery.
Queen City HBCU Cookout is set for July 27
Local chapters of Historically Black Colleges and Universities will show off school pride and connect with future students.
Local giving circle hosts “Decolonizing Wealth” author Edgar Villanueva
Charlotte is one of the fastest-growing cities in America, with a pattern of wealth that can be traced over its […]
Durag Fest returns for another unapologetically Black Juneteenth celebration
Nicknamed the “Met Gala of Durags,” an alternative Juneteenth festival, will take place June 15 at Camp North End. Over 1,200 people attended last year’s inaugural event.
Juneteenth Festival 2019: Celebrating history and looking to the future
Juneteenth is the oldest known celebration honoring the end of slavery in the United States. A Charlotte celebration will take place June 13-16, 2019.
Local arts roundup: Porch Productions celebrates 10 years, ASC names new president
News from Charlotte’s cultural sector: Black-owned youth theater company celebrates its 10th anniversary; the Arts & Science Council names its new leader to begin July 1.