From fireworks and baseball to interactive history lessons, consider these ideas for a stellar Independence Day weekend in North Carolina.
The musician behind Che Apalache offers a unique twist on the traditional genre, one infused with International travels and social messages.
Dorothea Dix Park came alive with J. Cole’s Dreamville Festival the weekend of April 2-3. More than 80,000 people attended the celebration.
The Chatham County Line mandolin player and vocalist opens up about playing overseas — and where he likes to hang here in North Carolina.
A look into the life of a dedicated public servant, veteran, and memory-keeper — and how her impact continues even after her passing.
This Triangle-based radio station devotes air time to up-and-coming North Carolina musicians alongside national Americana performers.
Welcome the warm weather and soak up some extra rays of sunshine with your favorite bands and concert series across the Triangle.
My weekend turn-up at Dreamville convinced me that the city where I was raised is right where I’m meant to be.
After a strong run on American Idol, this performer of Lumbee/Tuscarora descent continues to create genre-defying music.
A traveling exhibit that has sold out across the States, Van Gough: The Immersive Experience is finally on its way to the City of Oaks.
Jefferson Hart and his daughters make up this rock band that turns inside jokes and sweet memories into music.
Support North Carolina creatives while enjoying our state’s rich music, pottery, poetry, and arts culture on the big screen.
A classically trained musician, this Cary DJ infuses dance parties with global influences.
Yasmine White’s music therapy practice, Voices Together, has helped thousands of North Carolinians become more verbal.