One of my favorite Chatham County events is coming up on May 25, 2013 – the NC Hops & Roots Festival.
The Motors for Music Car Show is an annual event that helps raise money for Pittsboro’s Northwood High School band program. It takes place on Saturday, April 27, 2013 from 10 AM – 3 PM.
Just about 10 miles from the Old Courthouse in Pittsboro is Shakori Hills, the legendary NC concert venue. This Saturday, September 1, it’s sure to be a good time with the fall NC Hops & Roots Festival.
Chatham County has a great music scene, and it’s not all bluegrass. Nothing wrong with bluegrass, BTW. But this weekend is about Indie artists at TRK Fest in Pittsboro.
There is something about the warm weather and the feel of summertime that makes me want to be outdoors and listen live music. It’s even nicer when I can be close to home and see local bands performing a variety of music styles in such an eclectic choice of venues.
The 2nd annual Hops & Roots Festival this Saturday, May 26th showcases some of the wonderful edibles and talents that exist in Pittsboro and surrounding Chatham County.
The first annual Hops & Roots Festival this Saturday, September 3rd showcases some of the wonderful edibles and talents that exist in Pittsboro and surrounding Chatham County.
If you want a good old time in the country, look no further than the 12th Annual Summer Celebration at Sharpe’s Store in Bear Creek on Saturday August 20.
After a period of some uncertainty, The Hayti Center has announced that the 2011 Durham Blues Festival is on for Saturday, September 10, 2011.
Deep in the woods, down a small country road, behind an old country store, is one of North Carolina’s most authentic musical experience – Bynum Front Porch Friday Night Music Series. This summer’s shows feature blues, bluegrass, country, griot, celtic and old time hootenanny.