Charlotte Events to Mark on Your Calendar


Alive After Five
Starts Thursday, April 4
5-8:30 p.m.
E. 7th & N. Tryon

Charlotte’s largest outdoor happy hour event is back for its 20th season…but in a new location at the corner of 7th and Tryon. Come out to Alive After Five for live music, beer and wine, and some of your favorite food trucks. This week’s band is The Breakfast Club, a Charlotte favorite and the only band to play in all 20 seasons of Alive After Five. This week only, craft beer and premium wine will be $4. Alive After Five continues every Thursday through the spring and summer.

Front Porch Sundays Kickoff
Sunday, April 7
11:00 am – 4:00 pm
Sycamore Brewing, 2161 Hawkins St

Front Porch Sundays is BACK for its fifth season in Charlotte. Front Porch Sundays has moved just one door over to Sycamore Brewing! A Sunday Funday to remember. Over 65 of Charlotte’s favorite vendors, spring weather, puppies, kombucha, food trucks and more.

Voices From The Past
Sunday, April 6
1:00pm – 4pm
Settlers’ and Elmwood/Pinewood Cemeteries

The event where Charlotte’s history comes alive for the day! Voices From The Past is a unique living history event told by 50 portrayers telling the stories of our founding fathers, civic leaders, pioneering women, and a few interesting characters. Stroll through Elmwood and Pinewood cemeteries and hear the amazing stories of the famous, infamous and ordinary citizens that made Charlotte what it is today. In Charlotte’s oldest cemetery is where you will meet and hear the stories of Charlotte’s founding father, James Polk, and get to know a few of the men and women who settled in the backcountry of North Carolina from the mid 1700s to early 1800s, along with their slaves, Cherry and Agnes.