Things to do in Charlotte NC | Charlotte Art Weekly #7

Things to do in Charlotte, NC- Events in Charlotte

Creative Yatra gives you a significant opportunity to spend your time wisely and creatively by participating in North Carolina’s some of the best happenings through the Charlotte Art Weekly edition 7. From hundreds of events this week we have curated for you some really interesting musicals, performing arts gatherings, fine art workshops, film festivals, magic shows, humorous performances, and various other innovative programs. Make the best of this week through CAW7, and give a missed call at 7228-02-7228 to get a copy of CAW personally on your mobile every week.

The reason why we select an achiever every week for our Art Weekly is to make sure that we not only appreciate the creations but also the creators, who spent their almost entire lifetime towards creativity passionately. This week we are inspired by the contribution of Patrick McCauley, an American journalist who served the longest tenure as an editor at The Huntsville Times, Alabama. Born in Alexandria in 1927, McCauley served as the editor of the daily from 1966 to 1994 and was formerly employed with The New Orleans Times- Picayune. He has drafted two books during his career, With all Deliberate Speed and Southern Schools: Progress and Problem, and has witnessed historically significant events including the Apollo I capsule fire in 1967.

Things to do in Charlotte NC

And this week’s most enriching Events in Charlotte:

1. Yo Mama’s Big Fat Booty Band


A musical event featuring the band who play records of deep funk, high energy rock, and old school rap and performs on stage in outrageous stage wears.

July 28, 2017

Visulite Theatre

Entry with Tickets ($12-$16)

For more information visit here

2. Bruce Hornsby and the Noisemakers


An evening listening to the funky hit band, who composed the famous track The Way it is.

July 28, 2017

McGlohon Theatre

Entry with Tickets ($25 onwards)

For more information visit here

3. Discover Another Culture: Indonesia


Hear the speakers of Indonesia’s native origin discussing upon customs, traditions, food and history of the nation.

July 28, 2017

Charlotte Mecklenburg Library – University Regional Branch

Free Entry

For more information visit here

4. Theatre Workshops for Teens


An exclusive workshop for teens to learn the basic of dramatics.

July 29, 2017

Integra Wellness Center

Free Entry

5. Clay Sculpture from Live Model with Debbie Kern


Learn to make sculptures from clay with Painter-Sculptor Debbie Kern and learn the basic techniques, anatomy and portraiture.

July 29, 2017 to July 30, 2017

Charlotte Fine Art Gallery

Entry with Tickets ($150)

For more information visit here

6. Charlotte Jewish Film Festival Fan Appreciation Day



Watch three movies at a minimal cost. Norman: The Moderate Rise and Tragic Fall of a New York Fixer, Fanny’s Journey, Robert Klein Still Cant Stop His Legs.

July 30, 2017

Regal Ballantyne Village

Entry with Tickets ($5)

For more information visit here

7. The Comedy Explosion Weekend


Enjoy an evening full of humor with Young Entrepreneurs Society featuring Chris Thomas

July 28, 2017

11021 Downs Road

Entry With Tickets ($15)

For more information visit here

8. The Double Trouble Magic Show


Fun, Entertainment and Miracles. 2 spectacular magicians in one show

July 29, 2017

Comfort Suites Northlake

Entry With Tickets ($10-$20)

For more information visit here

9. RAF: Real Art Function


Sip and enjoy the Hip Hop and Neo soul inspired art paintings while making one of your own artworks.

July  30, 2017

Studio Cellar

Entry With Tickets ($25-$80)

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10. Joedance Film Festival


Enjoy watching movies made by local filmmakers and the hotdogs, while your ticket prices will be donated to save children’s lives at Levine Children’s Hospital.

August 4, 2017

Tenth Street Townhomes

Entry with Tickets ($25)

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A load of things to do in Charlotte nc this week (28th July to 3rd August)

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