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HEALTH CHECK: At the request of the artist, all ticket holders to the Bruce Hornsby & The Noisemakers show will be required to provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test result taken within 48 hours prior to when doors open OR proof of full vaccination against COVID-19 for each performance. Children under the age of 12 may attend the event if they provide proof of a negative COVID-19 test result taken within 48 hours prior to when doors open. The City…Find out more »
Skylar Gudasz’s signature structured lilt is crisp enough to cut a soft evening breeze and tender enough to mimic it. Performing from an upstairs window at the Carolina Theatre on Halloween last year, she filled the downtown airwaves with the celestial noir of her lauded sophomore release, Cinema: “Like the sun, I get down / Drape the day in a midnight black gown.” In this outdoor performance, expect to hear samples of the next sonic shape-shift for this Durham stalwart…Find out more »
The Durham Night Market is brought to you by the founders of the Raleigh Night Market. The night market showcases Durham’s creativity inside and outside at Pine and Poplar at The Wine Feed in Durham, NC and NEW is 2021 American Tobacco Campus. The night market will be filled with live music and entertainment, local Triangle area artisans, food and drinks.Find out more »
Liberty Arts invites you to learn how our beloved Major the Bull was made on Thursday Sept 30 outside on the patio at Unscripted Hotel overlooking the plaza; the perfect location! Major was sculpted by artists Mike Waller & Leah Foushee Waller, then cast in bronze. The sculpture was created from start to finish in Durham at Liberty Arts, a Studio and Foundry dedicated to enriching our communities with arts experiences that inspire, empower, educate, and entertain. Liberty Arts is…Find out more »
Within a single album, Ryan Gustafson’s metaphysical folk project The Dead Tongues can shift between landscape panorama and domestic still-life. Take, for example, the first chorus of last year’s Transmigration Blues track “Strangers” — “All my friends / cut their long hair, settled down / they’re acting like strangers” — which reads as both a droll pandemic portrait and poignant social commentary. A frequent performer with the likes of Hiss Golden Messenger and Phil Cook, the now Western North Carolina-based…Find out more »
Slingshot, the international nexus for music, electronic arts, and technology in the South, is moving to Durham for its fifth edition and beyond. Slingshot’s reputation to annually deliver the best experience in nextwave music, art, and technology is unrivaled, and after four successful years in Athens, Ga., Slingshot is headed to Durham for years to come. This year we’ll start off with a focused weekender of music from leaders in electronic music nationally and regionally, and start planning on our…Find out more »