Now open: The Mint Museum’s new exhibition features chairs that were sat on by presidents, thrown from skyscrapers and designed by renowned makers. See “The Art of Seating: 200 Years of American Design” yourself.
Monday, September 25
All-level Outdoor Yoga
Pearl Street Park | 5-6pm | Donation-based | Details
Why you should go: You’ll just need a mat and an open mind for this free, all-levels flow, hosted by Big Love Yoga Barn at Pearl Street Park.
Power Pilates: MOVE at The Music Yard
The Music Yard | 7:30pm | $15 | Details
Why you should go: Expect to transition through a series of mat pilates exercises in this upbeat class. Go with a friend and get two tickets for $25.
Chess Game Night
Urban District Market | 6-7:30pm | Free | Details
Why you should go: It’s a weekly game of chess for all skill levels. Chess boards are provided, but feel free to bring your own.
Tuesday, September 26
All Time Low and Gym Class Heroes in Concert
The Amp Ballantyne | 6pm | $43+ | Details
Why you should go: See rock band All Time Low with Gym Class Heroes live in concert, plus additional performances by Grayscale and Lauran Hibberd. Doors open at 6pm.
Trivia Tuesdays at Hi-Wire
Hi-Wire Brewing | 7pm | Free | Details
Why you should go: Grab a beer and your crew for an evening of trivia, hosted by Mindless Minutia.
Sam Brasko, Attacking Pataki, Strange Reports and more at The Milestone Club
The Milestone Club | 7pm | $10+ | Details
Why you should go: Expect a lineup of live music, including local artists Sam Brasko and Attacking Pataki. Doors open at 7pm.
Zipline and Dine
Whitewater Center | 6pm | $85 | Details
Why you should go: You’ll fly 1,625 feet above the Whitewater Center on a zipline and enjoy a three-course meal afterwards at River’s Edge.
Wednesday, September 27
Jennifer Knapp and Sarah Peacock at The Evening Muse
The Evening Muse | 7pm | $15+ | Details
Why you should go: Enjoy an evening of live music at this cozy NoDa music venue. Doors open at 7pm.
The Brewers at 4001 Yancey | 7-9pm | Free | Details
Why you should go: Grab a beer or cider and compete in Mixtape Mashup, hosted by Mindless Minutia.
Free Wine Tasting
Sip City | 6-9pm | Free | Details
Why you should go: Sip on and learn the facts about a different wine each week at Sip City’s Wednesday wine tasting.
Step Into Growth: A Shoe Painting and Planting Workshop
BeSocial | 6:30pm | Free | Details
Why you should go: Give new life to a pair of your old kicks in this free painting workshop hosted by BeSocial Charlotte and Habitual Roots. It’s limited to 20 participants, so snag your spot ASAP.
Thursday, September 28
“The Office” Trivia at Legion Brewing
Legion Brewing West Morehead | 7-9pm | Free | Details
Why you should go: Show off how much you know about the world of Dunder Mifflin for a chance to win $100 in Legion Brewing gift cards.
Bold & Beautiful Comedy Showcase
Protagonist Beer (LoSo) | 7pm | $5 | Details
Why you should go: Laugh out loud with some of Charlotte’s top comics. Don’t forget to grab pizza and a pint from Protagonist, too.
Dewar’s Scotch Dinner with Professional Golfer, Roger Steele
Church and Union | 6pm | $125 | Details
Why you should go: It’s a four-course Chef Tasting Menu from Church and Union, paired with a selection of Dewar’s cocktails.
Jonathan Stewart Meet and Greet and Shirt Signing
Glory Days Apparel | 4-6pm | $ | Details
Why you should go: Glory Days is releasing an “Icons Collection,” featuring a shirt collaboration with retired NFL and Panthers player Jonathan Stewart. A shirt signing with J. Stew will be held at the new Glory Days store from 4-6pm.
Friday, September 29
Charlotte Nite Street Market
FITTEDS at Camp North End | 5pm | Free | Details
Why you should go: Shop from various small businesses in the Charlotte area at this free vendor market, hosted by FITTEDS in Camp North End.
zMAX Dragway | Beginning 4pm Friday | $89+ | Details
Why you should go: The popular EDM fest will run Friday and Saturday at Zmax Dragway, with headliners including Kaskade, Dom Dolla, Porter Robinson, Flume and Allison Wonderland.
Old Dominion: No Bad Vibes Tour
Spectrum Center | 7:30pm | $29+ | Details
Why you should go: Country music band Old Dominion is making a stop in Charlotte, with additional performances by Tyler Hubbard and Kylie Morga.
Charlotte International Arts Fest
The Amp + Ballantyne’s Backyard | Times vary | Free-$5 | Details
Why you should go: Expect more than 200 mostly-free events, including 150 art installations, 120 musical acts, 75+ vendors and fitness classes, through October 1.