Mark Your Calendars! Moira Quinn Breaks Down the Top Events in Charlotte

CHARLOTTE, NC —  Fall is finally here and there are plenty of events happening in the queen city.

Moira Quinn with Charlotte Center City partners what you need to mark down on your calendar this month.

Innovators Action Forum

Wednesday, Oct. 2nd

5:30 pm – 8:00 pm

McGlohan Theatre Uptown

FREE

Join us for an evening of civic inspiration focused on action for the future of our Center City. Thought leaders from across the nation will come to Charlotte to share new ideas about growing jobs, cultivating entrepreneurship, arts, culture, and housing for all. The event is FREE and open to everyone!

 

Hola Charlotte

Saturday, Oct 12th

Uptown

FREE

https://www.charlottesgotalot.com/events/festivals/hola-charlotte-festival

Hola Charlotte:

Join us as we come together to celebrate and enjoy Latin American culture in uptown Charlotte! Connect with the thousands expected to join in Charlotte’s Official Hispanic Heritage Festival in 2019. The 7th Annual Hola Charlotte Festival will be hosted by Norsan Media in partnership with various Uptown cultural organizations. This is the largest Hispanic Heritage event organized in Charlotte highlighting Latin American culture and all its richness. The event engages both general market and Hispanics of all backgrounds and ages. It features nationally recognized entertainers and a Latin American cultural village highlighting the heritage and culture of 15 Latin American countries – providing an avenue for sponsors to brand their products.

 

Festival of India

Saturday, Oct 12th and Sunday Oct. 13th

Uptown

$7 at the gate of $6 online

https://www.charlottesgotalot.com/events/festivals/festival-of-india

Festival of India:

We are celebrating our 25th Annual Festival of India in 2019. The festival is organized by the India Association of Charlotte, a nonprofit cultural organization established to serve the growing Indian American Community in the Charlotte area.

For over twenty years, this event has drawn thousands of visitors from all around Charlotte and vicinity. This is a great family event where students will find the event educational while adults will find it entertaining. This annual cultural festival showcases diversity of Indian dance, food, art, music and Bollywood entertainment.

Don’t miss out fun for all ages including yoga demo, get a henna tattoo, dance on the street to live pulsating music and so much more. The event is organized by the India Association of Charlotte a nonprofit, non-religious, cultural organization established to serve the Indian Community in the Charlotte area. Its mission is to share Indian culture with the people of the Carolinas and to foster a better understanding of the cultural diversity of India with the local Indian Diaspora and the mainstream community at large.