Weekdays 12:00PM-3:00PM

Early this week, Governor Cooper announced that this Friday, even more of the COVID-19 restrictions will be lifted in the state of North Carolina. You know what that means; as more things begin to open up, there will be more and more events starting to pop up, and I for one, am very excited about it.

There is a chance for rain pretty much all weekend in the Charlotte area, but we’re not letting that kill our vibe. Here is a list of all the events, both in public, and online, that are happening around Charlotte this weekend.

DISCLAIMER: Please wear your mask, and follow all CDC guidelines to avoid the spread of the COVID-19 virus. 




PORTRAYAL: An Alternative Portrait Exhibition 

  • Goodyear Arts 301 Camp Rd #200
  • An alternative portrait exhibition featuring the work of several talented artists. Masks, social distancing, and capacity limits will be in effect.
  • 6-9 p.m.
  • Free.


West End Food Truck Friday

  • Blue Blaze Brewing
  • Savor foods from some of Charlotte’s best food trucks and award-winning local craft beer at Blue Blaze Brewing. Dog and Family friendly.
  • 4-9 pm
  • FREE

University City Food Truck Friday

  • 8821 JW Clay Blvd #1
  • Shop from local artists and vendors every Friday, plus rotating list of food trucks are present, and brews from Armored Cow.
  • 5-9 p.m.
  • Free.

Sushi Making Workshop

  • online with SkillPop
  • From cooking the rice to rolling the sushi, Chef Rosana Rivera will take you step-by-step through the sushi-making process.
  • 5:30-7 p.m.
  • $24.


Belmont Market Days

  • 52 Ervin St, Belmont, NC
  • Join us monthly for an outdoor small business popup showcasing the best Charlotte artists and vendors have to offer
  • 1-6pm
  • FREE

The Whole Enchilada 

  • Whitewater Center
  • Riders can choose between The Whole Enchilada (~50 miles) and The Half Enchilada (~25 miles). The race will take place on March 27 from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm at the USNWC. The last day to pre-register is March 25.
  • Cost: $50 – The Whole Enchilada, $40 – The Half Enchilada.

Uptown Sweat

  • 408 N. Tryon Street
  • Uptown Sweat is a free, all-day fitness event at Victoria Yards in Uptown where workouts are set to a live DJ and led by six of Charlotte’s best fitness instructors.
  • 10 a.m. to 6:30 p.m.
  • Free, registration required.

Build the Perfect Brunch Board

  • online with SkillPop
  • Join food blogger Chrissie Nelson Rotko for a step-by-step demonstration on how to build a beautiful brunch board.
  • 10-11:15 a.m.
  • $24.

Brewhouse Yoga

  • Devil’s Logic Brewing at 1426 E 4th Street
  • Head to Devil’s Logic Brewing for a brewhouse yoga session led by Habitual Roots. Ticket includes the class and a beer or kombucha of your choice. Masks are required.
  • 10:30-11:30 am.
  • $10.

2nd Annual Egg Quest 

  • Aw Shucks Farm at 3718 Plyler Mill Road
  • Take the kiddos to Aw Shucks Farm for a fun Easter egg hunt and visit with the Easter Bunny.
  • 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
  • $5 Adults, $7 Kids.

BLOOM! Pop-Up Market at Life Suites

  • 604 W. Morehead St. Ste. 6
  • Grab a friend and head uptown to the Bloom! Pop-Up Market at Life Suites to shop from 10+ local vendors specializing in art, jewelry, healing, and self-care products crafted in the QC.
  • 1-5 p.m.
  • Free.


Latin Street Fest!

  • Delicious food, upbeat music, cigars, and fresh beer!
  • Noon – 7pm

Besties & Brunch 

  • Optimist Hall
  • Select tenants will have brunch menu items and specials.
  • 11 am.
  • Prices vary.

NoDa Hop Yoga at NoDa Brewing Company

  • 2921 N Tryon Street
  • Certified yoga instructor, Courtney Burrow will lead a relaxing yoga flow on the patio lawn or heated pavilion of NoDa Brewing Company. Tickets can be paid with exact cash, Venmo or Paypal.
  • 10:45 a.m. to noon.
  • $5.

‘Now That’s What I Call Brunch’ 

  • Nuvole Rooftop TwentyTwo
  • Head to Nuvole Rooftop TwentyTwo for its 90s themed Sunday brunch series ‘Now That’s What I Call Brunch.’ The brunch items are sure to bring back 90s nostalgia with offerings like Sunny D mimosas and donut charcuterie boards. Indoor and outdoor seating is available. Reservations are highly recommended and face masks are required.
  • Noon to 5 p.m.
  • Menu pricing.

Cheeseboard and Chill 

  • The Giddy Goat Coffee Roasters 1217 The Plaza
  • Join cheeseboard aficionado Laura,  for a fun build-your-own-cheeseboard workshop. Everything you need to build your own personal board will be provided, including a selection of cheeses, meats, nuts, and fresh fruits. Your first glass of wine is included in the ticket price. Food items will be pre-portioned out, and gloves will be provided for all guests.
  • 2-4 p.m.
  • $55.


Shrooms Art Installation by Amigo and Amigo

  • 300 E 7th St.
  • This immersive installation features 10 giant inflatable mushrooms that bring color and light to The Joe & Joan Martin Center at ImaginOn.
  • Running through April 18.
  • Free.

LOCAL/STREET Pop-Up Installation 

  • 2730 Randolph Rd.
  • Head to the Mint Museum Randolph for a three-day pop-up exhibition showcasing over 40 local artists of color. Masks are required, and only 50 guests will be allowed in the exhibit at the same time.
  • March 26–28.

Topgolf Live

  • Bank of America Stadium
  • Light up the night with massive glowing targets on the field where you and your friends can hit golf balls into Bank of America Stadium’s grass to score points.

Dewberry Farm U-pick Tulip Days 

  • 2585 Dewberry Farm Ln.
  • Bring your cut their own clippers or scissors, and basket or bucket.
  • 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
  • $5 for adults, $3 for kids.

Opening Weekend 

  • Hound’s Drive-In
  • Double feature weekends return to Hound’s drive-in. This week’s screenings include Tom and Jerry and Space Jam on Screen 1. And Nobody and News of the World on Screen 2
  • Gates open at 6 p.m., movies start at dusk (around 8 p.m.)
  • $20 per carload.

Haunted History Tour 

  • Historic Rosedale
  • If you’re interested in the supernatural, the Historic Rosedale Haunted History Tours are back. Take a guided tour of the gardens and grounds surrounding the historic 1815 house and reconstructed blacksmith shop. Masks are required and tours are limited to 20 people to allow for social distancing.
  • 7-8 p.m.
  • $20.