Just as Billy Graham shared the Gospel in every Crusade sermon, George Beverly Shea and Cliff Barrows—and many other team members—faithfully presented the Good News of Jesus Christ in song. Come discover the incredible ways the Lord used their efforts—and their music—to open hearts around the world. •Read inspiring stories and personal memories from Billy Graham, George Bev Shea, Cliff Barrows, and others. •Browse never-before-seen memorabilia. •See compelling photos of the Crusade team’s music ministry.
This special display is free to the public and no pre-registration is required. For more information, please call 704-401-3200.
This exhibition features more than 100 works of art on loan from across the U.S., as well as England, with an exclusive focus on black basalt sculpture—the first show of its kind to do so. Works range from life-size portrait busts to fanciful vases and dynamic statues of mythological heroes.
With the help of the prominent Charlotte muralist and street artist known as “Owl,” each of the exhibition rooms will feature a specially commissioned graphic mural in striking, sunset hues.
Discover Charlotte’s best, new food truck rally that is hosted by West End’s first craft brewery, Blue Blaze Brewing, in partnership with Historic West End Partners. Savor local food trucks with a variety of unique, dynamic, and delicious dishes, to celebrate one of Charlotte’s best traditions in one of Charlotte’s most culturally rich and historic neighborhoods.
Happening every Friday evening from March 13 through May 29 at starting at 5 pm and live music at 6 pm. West End Food Truck Friday is free to attend, as well as dog- and family-friendly. Non-alcoholic, local cider, and wine options are available.
Actor’s Theatre of Charlotte presents the uproarious comedy with music, ONE MAN, TWO GUVNORS by Richard Bean. In “the funniest show in the western world,” Francis Henshall is looking to make his mark. Fired from a skiffle band and in search of work, he finds himself employed by TWO shifty “guvnors”. Fighting a mounting sense of confusion, Francis goes out of his way to serve both bosses. But with the distractions of a pneumatic book keeper, a self-important actor, and his own mammoth appetite to contend with, how long can he keep them apart? Mistaken identities, outrageous farce, love triangles, and inspired lunacy.
Pay what you can night is Thursday, March 26 with a suggested ticket price of just $10. Two preview performances with half-priced tickets will be Friday, March 27 and Saturday, March 28. Official opening night is Wednesday, April 1 and the show will run through Saturday, May 2.
Visit www.atcharlotte.org for full show dates and times.
Charlotte Uptown: Local to Charlotte, Rooted in North Carolina – Explore the flavors of Uptown on Taste Carolina Gourmet Food Tours guided walking tour of the city! You’ll visit several unique, independent restaurants to sample chef’s creations while learning about the history of the city and its culinary culture. This tour highlights locally sourced dishes made with artisan preparations and the city’s most delightful foodie discoveries.