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Could it be a three-peat with snow this weekend in Charlotte? The chance is there, and if you’re not a fan of the cold weather, then you might want to stay inside this weekend because it is getting COLD! If you are brave enough to brave the cold, there are plenty of fun events going on around town for you to check out! Here are some of the events that are going on this weekend in Charlotte for you to enjoy!



Queen’s Feast: Charlotte Restaurant Week

  • participating restaurants
  • Restaurant Week ends Sunday so consider making a reservation at one of 70 participating restaurants to enjoy a three-course meal for $45 or less.
  • Jan. 21-30.
  • $30-$45.

Charlotte Home and Landscape Show

  • Cabarrus Arena
  • There will be displays for everything from landscaping to home spas.
  • Jan. 28-30; 2-7pm on Friday.
  • $7 online, $9 at the door.

Flow Glow Party

  • Surface & Symbol (512 E 15th St.)
  • This event will showcase various forms of think object manipulation (hula hoops, staff and baton spinning) and have music by DJ Sk8tr G8tr and live painting by Kimmie Page and Jessica Abstrac.
  • 7-10pm.
  • $5 online, $10 at the door.

Counterculture Club Ghost Tour

  • Historic Rosedale
  • Spend the evening learning the haunted history of the Historic Rosedale as the staff and Charlotte Area Paranormal Society (CAPS) lead a tour around the property.
  • 7-8pm.
  • $40.

Roaring ’20s Party

  • Brewers at 4001 Yancey
  • The taproom is transforming into a speakeasy and guests can enjoy cocktail specials, big band music plus a best-dressed contest.
  • 7pm.
  • Free.

Hornets vs. Lakers

  •  Spectrum Center
  • It’s East Coast vs. West Coast as the Hornets go up against the Lakers on Friday.
  • 7pm.
  • $105+.

A Jazz Celebration of Stevie Wonder

  •  Middle C Jazz Club
  • Noel Freidline, Maria Howell and special guest Adam McKnight pay homage to music icon Stevie Wonder.
  • 7pm.
  • $52.

Tenille Townes

  • The Underground
  • 8pm.
  • $20.

Mad Hatters Ball

  • SERJ
  • Expect a night of local and regional music themed side acts and immersive areas.
  • 10pm-2am.
  • $15.



Noble Smoke Pitmaster Experience

  • This day-long workshop will teach you the step-by-step process of smoking meat with the guidance of Noble Smoke’s expert pit-masters. You’ll go home with a whole brisket, pork butt and three handmade sauces.
  • 6am-4pm.
  • $500.

Mad Miles Run Club

  • Elizabeth Park
  • Whether you’re new to running or have been on the run for a while, Mad Miles Run Club is an excellent way to get running
  •  10am.
  • Free.

OH Well Event: The Jam CLT

  • Optimist Hall
  • This class is all the fun of going out and dancing with friends plus the benefits of a full-body workout. Meet on the patio above El Thrifty.
  • 10-11am.
  • Free.

Woof Walk

  • Reedy Creek Park and Nature Center
  • Give your dog a change of pace and bring ’em along for a 2-mile hike through the trails of the preserve.
  • 10-11am.
  • Free.

Trolls Live

  • Ovens Auditorium
  • Bring the kiddos to sing, dance and laugh along with the characters they know and love.
  • 10am; Jan. 29 & 30.
  • $17-$152.

Cinnamon Star Bread-making

  • SkillPop
  • Learn how to make a show-stopping cinnamon star bread. You’ll make the dough in class and learn how to shape it. Then, 6-18 hours after the class, you can pop your bread in the oven to bake.
  • 10am.
  • $24.

Drag Me To Brunch

  • The Vanity House at Free Will Craft + Vine
  • Join the Queens of Vanity House for brunch that is sure to slay your entire Saturday.
  • 11am.
  • $15.

Rent’s Due Brunch

  • Billy Sunday
  • Onya Nerves hosts with performances from Bloody Mary, Shelby Savage and Dandy.
  • 11am.
  • $15.

Hop Cakes & Hot Cakes

  • NoDa Brewing Company
  • Don your PJs and head to the taproom for a full day of fun to celebrate the release of Hop Cakes Imperial IPA. There will be hot cakes from Tasty Twist Food Truck, axe throwing with Chuck It Axe and a pajama contest.
  • Noon-10pm.
  • Free.

International Street Food Festival & South End Craft Market 

  • Sycamore Brewing
  • Try delicious food from a variety of vendors and shop local artisans. Other event highlights include live music, a corn-hole tournament and of course brews from Sycamore.
  • Noon-6pm.
  • Free.

Painting Planter Workshop

  • Twigs & Figs
  • Pick a pot and a plant and customize your own planter using acrylic paints and decorative items like pebbles and moss. All supplies will be provided.
  • 1-2:30pm.
  • $35.

Come Together Drag Brunch

  • The Artisan’s Palate
  • Enjoy a fabulous drag show and $5 drink specials. All ticket proceeds will be donated to Time Out Youth.
  • 2pm seating.
  • $20.

Spelling Bee at Dupp&Swat

  • Camp North End
  • Put your spelling abilities to the test and see if you have what it takes to be crowned spelling bee CHAMP.
  • 4-7pm.
  • $7.

2000s Hits Party

  • The Fairwood 226
  • Put on your best Y2K outfit and party!
  • 9pm-2am.
  • Free.



Buff Faye’s “Jocks & Frocks” Drag Brunch

  • Dilworth Neighborhood Grille
  • Join host Buff Faye and queens Luscious, Kristen Collins and Lilli Frost for a game day slay.
  • 11am- 2:30pm.
  • $35.

Sinners Brunch

  • Devil’s Logic Brewing
  • Enjoy some wholesome fun and performances from Onya Nerves, Misster and Mania.
  • 11am-2pm.
  • $15.

Dog Adoption Day 

  • Olde Mecklenburg Brewery
  • Head to the biergarten to meet some pups from Halfway There Rescue and maybe even bring one home.
  • Noon-4pm.
  • Free.

Yoga on the Rooftop

  • Harvey B. Gantt Center
  • Join us on the rooftop for an energizing yoga session. Following the practice, treat yourself to a self-guided tour of the galleries. Bring a mat or beach towel.
  • 12:30-1:30pm.
  • $10.