Weekday Planner: 16 things to do in Charlotte this week including an outdoor movie and Roxbury’s farewell

Weekday Planner: 16 things to do in Charlotte this week including an outdoor movie and Roxbury’s farewell

Outdoor movie nights at Camp North End. Photo: Alexis Clinton/Axios

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Tuesday, June 20

Charlotte Knights vs. Louisville Bats

Truist Field | 7:04pm | $17+ | Details

Why you should go: The Charlotte Knights take on the Louisville Bats at home. Game specials include $2 off Bell’s Two Hearted ale drafts.

Deejai Thai Food Truck

Wooden Robot Chamber | 4-9pm | Prices vary | Details

Why you should go: Grab traditional Thai street food from the Deejai Thai food truck until 9pm at The Wooden Robot Chamber in NoDa.

New in Town Dinner Party by DishCourse

Barcelona Wine Bar | 7pm | $55-65 | Details

Why you should go: DishCourse hosts dinner parties with the intention of connecting strangers to build new friendships. Each dinner party is planned around different topics and common interests — Tuesday’s dinner at Barcelona Wine Bar is for those new to Charlotte. Expect icebreakers, games, giveaways and handmade gifts.

[Go deeper: A new intimate themed dinner party series aims to help Charlotteans make friends]

Lunar TuesDAZE

Legion Brewing West Morehead | All day | $5 | Details

Why you should go: Get a $5 pint of Lunar Daze every Tuesday in June at Legion Brewing West Morehead.

    Wednesday, June 21

    Cornhole Tournament at Papa Doc’s

    Papa Doc’s Shore Club | 6:30pm | $10 | Details

    Why you should go: Head to the shoreline at Papa Doc’s in Lake Wylie for a Cornhole Tournament hosted by Bar Athletes Charlotte every Wednesday. The Papa Doc’s Food Truck and Beer Shack open at 5pm and registration starts at 6:30pm — bags fly at 7pm. It’s $10 to play but free to watch.

    Hippie Dippie Summer Social by The Beauty Boost

    Heist Brewery and Barrel Arts | 6:30pm | $15 | Details

    Why you should go: Hosted by Beauty Boost Charlotte, network with other women and join for a guided meditation with Cori Stuart, followed by a 30-minute yoga flow with Caitlyn Sheff to celebrate Summer Solstice.

    Hair-aoke (Karaoke) Night

    Petra’s | 7pm | $5 | Details

    Why you should go: Wear your wig and come to Hair-aoke — a special edition of Petra’s Karaoke. Expect a night full of wigs, karaoke, performances, lip-sync battles, music and more. It’s $5 at the door and proceeds will benefit Equality North Carolina.

    The Vintage Gastonia Wine Pairing Dinner

    The Vintage Gastonia (190 West Main Avenue, Gastonia, NC) | 6pm | $45 | Details

    Why you should go: Experience a wine-pairing dinner presented by The Vintage Gastonia and Mangiamo Italian Cafe. Food includes charcuterie, cheese, seafood, meatballs and cannolis, paired with a variety of wines.

    Thursday, June 22

    Crossroads Cinema: Outdoor Movie Night

    Ford Building (400 Camp Road) | 8:30pm | Free | Details

    Why you should go: It’s outdoor movie season at Camp North End. This Thursday will feature a free screening of “A Goofy Movie.”

    Music at The Met Featuring Caleb Wolfe

    The Metropolitan Charlotte | 6-9pm | Free | Details

    Why you should go: Get on the patio at The Metropolitan (next to Dressler’s and Clean Your Dirty Face) every Thursday evening for live music by local musicians. Enjoy food from surrounding restaurants including drink specials from Dressler’s. This Thursday will feature live music from Caleb Wolfe.

    Two Friends with NOTD and Deerock

    Skyla Credit Union Amphitheater | 8pm | $30 | Details

    Why you should go: See EDM duo Two Friends, known for their hour-long “Big Bootie” mixes, with additional performances from NOTD and Deerock. This is an outdoor venue, and the show will take place rain or shine.

    In the Farm Kitchen – Sous Vide and Seared 

    North Corner Haven (Lancaster, SC) | 11am-2pm | $150 | Details

    Why you should go: Guests will enjoy a hands-on cooking demonstration in the Farmhouse followed by a lunch on the Farmhouse porch.

    Friday, June 23

    Sigala at Trio

    Trio Charlotte | 9pm | $25 | Details

    Why you should go: English DJ and producer Sigala is making his debut at Trio Charlotte. This event is 21+ and a valid photo ID is required to enter. Doors will open at 9pm.

    [Go deeper: Popular Charleston nightclub Trio expands to Charlotte with stacked EDM lineup]

    Roxbury Nightclub’s Final Weekend

    Roxbury Nightclub | 8:30pm-1:30am | $5-$10 | Details

    Why you should go: It’s your last weekend to dance the night away at Roxbury before they close their doors on June 24. It’s a $5 cover before 10pm and $10 after.

    [Go deeper: Charlotte’s favorite throwback nightclub The Roxbury is closing after more than a decade in Uptown]

    Gravity: A Tribute to John Mayer

    AMOS’ South End | 8:30pm | $12-$22 | Details

    Why you should go: Spend the evening singing John Mayer’s hits with cover band Gravity at AMOS’ South End. Doors open at 7:30pm, the show starts at 8:30pm.

    Kid’s Hike at McDowell Nature Preserve with Kids Hiking Club

    McDowell Nature Preserve | 9:30-11:30am | Free | Details

    Why you should go: Kids Hiking Club meets monthly to hike and explore McDowell Nature Preserve. This is a drop-off program for kids 8-13 with a staff member and 1-2 parent chaperones.  Pre-registration for the hike is required.

    If you have, or know of, an event we should include in a future weekday planner or weekender, fill out our event submission form for consideration.

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