The Memphis Redbirds are at Truist Field this week and so is the Rock n’ Roll Dog, topped with bacon, shredded cheddar, green onions and Memphis sweet sauce. Try it yourself.
Monday, August 21
Goldie’s | 7-9pm | Free | Details
Why you should go: Play free music trivia and get well drinks for $5.
Resident Culture Plaza Midwood | 7pm | Free | Details
Why you should go: Join for an evening packed with board games, video games, free pizza and more.
Find Your Muse Open Mic
The Evening Muse | 7:30pm | $5 | Details
Why you should go: An open mic night for both singers and comedians; signups begin at 7:15pm.
Power Flow with MOVE Wellness Project
The Music Yard | 6:15pm | $15 | Details
Why you should go: MOVE is an open-air fitness series from The Music Yard with additional classes through the week. Check their website for details.
Tuesday, August 22
Club 30+ Dinner Party
Bistro La Bon | 7pm | $65 | Details
Why you should go: It’s a dinner party for people interested in meeting others at the same age and stage of life.
JVKE: What Tour Feels Like
The Fillmore Charlotte | 8pm | $33+ | Details
Why you should go: The singer/songwriter is best known for his viral single “Golden Hour.”
Taco Tuesday and Vinyl Night
Divine Barrel Brewing | 5-9pm | Free | Details
Why you should go: Grab tacos, burritos and quesadillas from Phat Burrito and bring your own records to spin in the taproom.
Wednesday, August 23
Pups, Pints and Paint
Lucky Dog Bark and Brew Charlotte | 6pm | $45 | Details
Why you should go: Sip wine and create a personalized painting of your furry friend.
Meet and Greet with Kerwin Vargas of Charlotte FC
Why you should go: Charlotte FC and soccer fans alike are invited to a meet and greet with Charlotte FC player Kerwin Vargas.
Eat the Elephant: An Entrepreneurship Panel
Betty by Moxie | 7:30pm | $35 | Details
Why you should go: Learn how local entrepreneurs tackled obstacles at different stages of their growth. Your $35 ticket includes food from Babe & Butcher, sweet treats from The Batch House and on-tap prosecco.
North End Farmers Market
Keswick Building in Camp North End | 4-8pm | Free | Details
Why you should go: Shop from a mix of farmers, food artisans and other small businesses. Pro tip: While you’re there, grab a coffee from Hex or ice cream from Seemingly Overzealous.
Movie Night in the Biergarten
Olde Mecklenburg Brewery | 8pm | Free | Details
Thursday, August 24
Whitewater’s Run Club and River Jam
The Whitewater Center | 6:30-10pm | Free | Details
Why you should go: Hit the trails, then stay for live music. The Whitewater Center’s run club meets at the trail center at 6:30pm for a 1.5 or three-mile run. Then, hang around for the River Jam concert series beginning at 7pm.
Candle Making Workshop: Hosted by NoDa Candle and Town Brewing
Town Brewing | 6-8pm | $40 | Details
Why you should go: Your $40 ticket includes a DIY soy candle, light bites, a brewery tour and drink specials for purchase at the bar.
Harry Potter Trivia
Legion Brewing West Morehead | 7pm | Free | Details
Why you should go: Show everyone you’re the biggest Harry Potter fan in Charlotte and win $107 in Legion Brewing gift cards.
Crossroads Cinema: Outdoor Movie Night
Why you should go: It’s outdoor movie season at Camp North End. This Thursday will feature a free screening of “Rush Hour.”
Comedy Open Mic
Gilde | 7pm | Free | Details
Why you should go: Enjoy German beer and fare while watching stand-up comics.
Friday, August 25
Parker McCollum Live in Concert
Skyla Credit Union Ampitheatre | 7:30pm | $50 | Details
Why you should go: The Texas-based country artist will headline at PNC with additional performances by Larry Fleet and Dalton Dover.
Silent Disco Party
NoDa Brewing North End | 6:30pm | $7 | Details
Why you should go: Expect an evening of brews and beats in the backyard of the NoDa Brewing North End Taproom.
Carl Craig at The Music Yard
The Music Yard | 6pm | $15+ | Details
Why you should go: The Grammy-nominated electronic music artist is headlining at The Music Yard. General admission tickets start at $15.