Weekender: 25 Things to Do in Charlotte This Weekend for Father’s Day and June

Weekender: 25 Things to Do in Charlotte This Weekend for Father’s Day and June

Courtyard in the Optimist Hall. Photo: Symphony Webber / Axios

Presented at the Cook Out Summer Shootout on June 21 at Charlotte Motor Speedway, with family fun and rising stars in Legend Cars and Bandoleros. Adult tickets start at $ 10 and children enter for free.

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PRIDE class at Hilliard Study Method: Put on your favorite color workout set and get ready to move on to this PRIDE-themed dance class at 9:30 a.m. Details.

Concert in the Yard live in Optimist Hall: Take food from your favorite vendor and enjoy a live music performance by Greg Steinfeld. 17: 30-20: 30. Free. Details.

Art after dark: music and freedom on Harvey B. Gantt Center: The Gantt Center celebrates the weekend of June 16 with a series of art workshops, discussions, live music and more. 18-22h. Free. Details.

Decades Party: The ’50s at Breweries in 4001 Yancey: Dress up in your best 50s, get up and enjoy dancing, movies and costume competitions. 18:00. Free. Details.

Sofar Show at Lenny Boy Brewing Co .: Sofar Shows are a unique experience as the performers will remain a mystery until they take the stage. 19:30. $ 19. Details.

Pride Drag Show at Skiptown: Skiptown has planned weekend activities all of which will benefit the nonprofit Time Out Youth and the weekend of fun begins with the Pride Drag Show. 20:00. Free. Details.

Andy Grammer Art of Joy Tour at the Knight Theater: Sing some of Andy’s most popular songs like “Honey, I’m Good”, “Keep Your Head Up” and “Fine By Me”. 20:00. $ 34.50-54.50. Details.

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Junteenth Run and Ride Celebration at Exposed Vegan: Celebrate your physical, mental and spiritual freedom in this race and ride. Participants can choose to run 2 to 3.5 miles or ride their bike 10 to 25 miles for a commemorative medal. After running and driving, participants can enjoy the delicious food of Exposed Vegan and Renaldo’s. 7am. $ 30- $ 35. Details.

Brew Dash 6K & 12K at Whitewater Center: Run through the network of trails of the Center, and then treat yourself to a beer after the race. 8am. $ 40- $ 50. Details.

Ballantyne yoga + mimosa in Ballantyne’s yard: Join Carolina Yoga for a Saturday morning stretch that will boost your blood flow and body movement, then stay around after mimosa class. 10am. $ 15. Details.

Brewers Bacon, Beer and Bourbon Festival at 4001 Yancey: Enjoy a day of drinking beer, tasting bourbon and barbecue dishes. from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Free. Details.

Fest on the occasion of Father’s Day at The Olde Mecklenburg Brewery & Biergarten: Challenge Dad to a friendly competition in chipping and setting up games on Saturday, and then return to the breakfast buffet for Father’s Day on Sunday. from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m .; June 18-19. $ 27.95 (branch). Details.

Seafood Fest in Sycamore Brewing: Head to the beer garden for a delicious line of food trucks, including lobster dogs, Cousins ​​Maine lobsters, Baltimore Crab Cakes and Maria’s CLT. Noon. Free. Details.

Pop-Up Market in June in Ballantyne Village: Stroll through the village and buy from local vendors who sell items such as home decor, clothing, jewelry, and even pastries. Noon to 4 p.m. Free. Details.

Pride Pawty in Skiptown: Take your puppy to a dog park to enjoy rainbow-colored decor, rainbow bandanas and lots of photos. There will also be a “pup-up” market where you can shop from local pet sellers and treat your furry friend. 12: 30-15: 30. $ 10. Details.

Durag Fest at North End Camp: The festival of black hair and style without apology returns for the fourth year. Plan to stand out in your most creative cuts and fashion choices off the wall. 13-22 hours. Free. Details.

This is Britney Brunch in Lost and Found: Unleash your inner pop artist and this sweet brunch inspired by Britney Spears with five local queens. Wear your best Briteny fit for the chance to win a $ 250 cash prize. 14:00. $ 50 per person. Details.

Night market ‘Summer Solstice’ in Nebel Alley: 31 vendors will line up the sidewalks of the South End for a magical evening filled with good food, great shopping and live music. There will be free DIY flower crowns and stain sticks from 5pm to 7pm and free tarot card reading from 7pm to 9pm. 16-22h. Free. Details.

Emo night in the Music Yard: Wear your favorite T-shirt for the band and spend your nervous teenage years. My Chemical Romance, Panic at the Disco !, Blink 182, Fall Out Boy and Paramore will be on the sidelines. 18-23h. $ 5. Details.

AfroPop! CLT Juneteenth Edition at CROWN STATION Coffee House & Pub: The DJs at this event will play everything from house music to afrobeats, so take your team and dance the night away. 21:30 $ 10. Details.

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Free pallets at Morelia South End: Treat your dad to a free palette of your choice. Noon to 9 p.m. Free. Details.

Cam Jackson’s Block Party at Divine Barrel Brewing: Take your dad out for an afternoon of professional wrestling in the Divine Barrel car park. 3-6 p.m. Free. Details.

Father’s Day at Truist Field: The Knights offer a special package for Father’s Day that includes exclusive early access to catch before the game on the field, a Charlotte Knights baseball and a hat for Dad, better yet, have Dad’s name appear on the pre-game video board. 17:00. $ 149. Details.

Buff Faye’s Jurassic Park Drag Brunch at Dilworth Neighborhood Grille: Buff Faye and her girls are turning into dinosaur divas for this Jurassic Park-themed drag show. Brunch is included in the ticket price. 11am. $ 35. Details.

Slay Sunday Daddy releases Drag Brunch at Queen Park Social: Celebrate with the queens of The Vanity House. from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. $ 25. Details.

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