Jul 10, 2023 - Things to Do

Weekday Planner: 19 things to do in Charlotte this week including a cocktail pop-up and an EDM boxing party

Monday, July 10

CAMP: A Camp-Themed Cocktail Pop-Up at Billy Sunday

Billy Sunday Charlotte | All day | Free | Details

Why you should go: Now through July 29, Billy Sunday is running a camp-themed pop-up, with four new cocktails and snacks inspired by a summer camping trip — stop by anytime they’re open to try the new menu.

First Miles Run Club

beSocial Charlotte | 6:30pm | Free | Details

Why you should go: New to running? Learn from experienced marathoners and runners from the community while practicing the basic techniques for a successful run.

Power Flow with MOVE Wellness Project

The Music Yard | 6:15pm | $15 | Details

Why you should go: MOVE is a new open-air fitness series from The Music Yard. This fusion class will include 15 minutes of yoga, 30 minutes of strength training, and 15 minutes of cool-down. MOVE has additional classes through the week — check their website for details.

Go deeper: Popular South End music venue launches an open-air fitness series

Tuesday, July 11

“Six” The Musical

Belk Theater | 7:30pm | $36.50+ | Details

Why you should go: “Six” the Musical tells the story of Henry VIII’s six wives (but in the form of a pop concert). The musical runs through July 16 and is 80 minutes long with no intermission. Check the theater’s website for additional showtimes and pricing.

Go deeper: Actress returns home with tour of Broadway musical “SIX”

Comedy Night (Double Showing)

Starlight on 22nd | 7:30pm | Free | Details

Why you should go: Starlight hosts a comedy night every Tuesday with showings at 7:30pm and 9:30pm. Find free parking in the lot across the street.

Open Mic for Songwriters

Legion Brewing West Morehead | 6pm | Free | Details

Why you should go: Grow your craft and build connections at this songwriter open mic hosted by Briarcliff at Legion West Morehead.

$2 Kids’ Movie Tickets — Regal Summer Movie Express

Regal Movie Theaters | All summer | $2 | Details

Why you should go: Kids’ movie tickets are $2 every Tuesday and Wednesday through the summer at Regal Movie Theaters. Movie offerings and showtimes will vary by location — check your local Regal for details.

Wednesday, July 12

Rumble Boxing Class and Loud Luxury Afterparty

The Fillmore | 5:30-11:30pm | $20-$25| Details

Why you should go: Rumble South End is partnering with Michelob Ultra for 2 Rumble-inspired workouts at the Fillmore with Loud Luxury serving as a Live DJ for the workout and after party. Workouts are at 6:30 and 8pm; the afterparty begins at 9:30pm.

Town Brewing Run Club and Trivia

Town Brewing Wesley Heights | 6:30 | Free | Details

Why you should go: Come for the run; stay for the trivia (and beer). Town Brewing’s group run will go from 6:30-7:30pm, followed by Trivia from Mindless Minutia at 7:30pm.

July Brewers’ Dinner at Gilde Brewery

Gilde Brewery | 7pm | $99 | Details

Why you should go: This beer dinner includes a 4-course menu paired with some of Gildes’ finest brews.

Morning Mindfulness and Movement

Brixham Park (Ballantyne) | 8am | Free | Details

Why you should go: Start your Wednesday with Mindful Movement led by Dancing Lotus Yoga & Arts with goBallantyne at Brixham Park. Slow down, breath deeply and move gently during this 45 minute class.

Permanent Jewelry Pop-Up

Co-Op Frosé | 4-8pm | Free | Details

Why you should go:Get decked out in permanent jewelry and sip on frosé at this pop-up show with Timeless Treasures and Co-Op Frosé.

Thursday, July 13

Thirsty Thursdays: $5 Milkshakes and Flavored Lemonades

Urban Sweets | All day | $5 | Details

Why you should go: Get your sweet treat fix with $5 milkshakes and Sweet Sippers (fruit based frozen and flavored lemonade combinations) from Urban Sweets every Thursday.

Crossroads Cinema: Outdoor Movie Night

Ford Building (400 Camp Road) | 8:30pm | Free | Details

Why you should go: It’s outdoor movie season at Camp North End. This Thursday will feature a free screening of “Jaws.”

Sunset Comedy Series with Chris Higgins

The Music Yard | 8pm | $15 | Details

Why you should go: The Music Yard’s Sunset Comedy Series debuts with comedians Chris Higgins, Leonard Ouzts and Matty Ryan. There’s an option to upgrade your $15 ticket for a VIP a meet and greet before the show.

Friday, July 14

Luke Combs World Tour

Bank of America Stadium | 5:45pm | $45 | Details

Why you should go: Country singer/songwriter Luke Combs is bringing his world tour to the Queen City — if you can’t make Friday’s show, he’s staying for another performance on Saturday, July 15.

HSC’s 45th Birthday “Paw-ty”

HSC’s Animal Resource Center | 5:30pm | Free | Details

Why you should go: The Humane Society of Charlotte is turning 45! Join for an evening of festivities, including treats from Pet Wants CLT, food trucks, beverages from Midnight Mulligan Brewery, live music and fun.

Moss Wall Workshop

PlantHouse Charlotte | 6:30pm | $40 | Details

Why you should go: In this DIY workshop, the PlantHouse crew will walk you through how to create a unique moss wall. Visit the PlantHouse bar to grab a glass of wine, local beer or non-alcoholic beverage to sip while you create.

River Jam at Whitewater

Whitewater Center | 7-10pm | Free to attend | Details

Why you should go: This free, outdoor concert series will run Thursday–Saturday nights from May–September.

Go deeper: 13 ways to spend a day at the Whitewater Center


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