Things To Do In Charlotte NC : Charlotte Art Weekly #28


Spend Your Holiday Wisely by Referring the 28th Edition of Charlotte Art Weekly

This holiday season the creativity is calling you. Spend your 2017 Christmas while consuming the right enriching content rather than just shopping and drinking merrily. Take your family to a unique art show, thought-provoking literary gathering, spectacular drama showcase or a happening music concert and help them taste the real essence of Christmas in Charlotte. Get out of your house, and let Santa get a chance to sneak in with gifts through your chimney while you are absent in making the holiday season more enriching with the 28th edition of Charlotte Art Weekly.

This week’s inspiration has been taken from American author Ellis Credle, who authored as well as illustrated several children’s books in the 20th century. Dotingly called as Credle; her popular work is Down Down the Mountain, which was the first picture book ever done of the Blue Ridge country. Her work was called inspirational and controversial as she depicted various aspects of African American people in books like The Flop-Eared Hound and Little Jeems Henry. Her original sketches and paintings are still maintained at the Libraries of the University of Oregon.

Things to Do In Charlotte

List of Events that one should not miss this week in Charlotte

Vices & Vessels – Return From Hiatus Show


A musical concert featuring Vices & Vessels, Persistent Shadow, AGØNY, East Viridian and Den of Wolves bands

December 22, 2017

Neighbourhood Theatre

Entry With Tickets ($10)

Dave Stone in Charlotte!


Famous stand-up comedian Dave Stone who has been featured in shows like Last Comic Standing, Flophouse, and Cheat Day Chow Down comes to your city

December 22, 2017


Entry With Tickets ($10-$12)

Moose Kick w/ The Vegabonds & Joon


Rock n Roll powerhouse music concert featuring bands Moose Kick, Joon and The Vegabonds

December 22, 2017

Visulite Theatre

Entry With Tickets ($10-$15)

Funny Bus Comedy City Tour


Take a tour of some of Charlotte’s most exciting pockets with some funny heads of the city

December 22 to 30, 2017

Charlotte City

Entry with Tickets ($25)

The Best Christmas Pageant Ever: The Musical


Funny and heartfelt comedy-drama on Barbara Robinson’s classic musical story

December 23, 2017

McColl Family Theatre

Entry With Tickets ($12-$28)

Encore: Open Mic by Guerilla Poets


A flash poetry mob that recites literature pieces at unexpected pockets organises a poetry slam. Contact them for participation or volunteer ship

December 23, 2017

The Last Word

Hip Hop Nutcracker


Holiday music and performing art mashup for families who are interested in Electronic Dance music, violins and fun

December 27 to 31, 2017

Knight Theatre at Levine Centre for the Arts

Entry with Tickets ($20)

Brent Morin


Co-star at NBC Live’s Undateable show who recently released a Netflix original show I’m Brent Morin comes to present comedy

December 28 to 31, 2017

The Comedy Zone

Entry with Tickets ($7.50)

Immortal: A New Series by Miya Bailey


NC born artist Miya Bailey comes with a new visual art exhibition based on his memories of pain and happiness

January 2 to 22, 2017

Harvey B. Gantt Center for African-American Arts + Culture at Levine Center for the Arts

Entry With Tickets ($7-$9)

A load of things to do in Charlotte NC this week (22nd December to 28th December)

Illustration: Nilesh Ramani

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