Live Music with Jay Mathey
Sep 21 @ 9:00 pm – 11:30 pm

Spend the last night of summer with live music and cold beer at Angry Ale’s!

Fall in love with Queen Charlotte Chorus
Sep 22 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm

FALL in love with Queen Charlotte Chorus

with special guests
Speed of Sound
(2016 Sweet Adelines International Queens of Harmony)
UNC Charlotte A Cappella Finer Niners

Join us for a southern BBQ dinner and a taste of Barbershop harmonies and chord crushing A Cappella at its finest!

Regular Admission: $25
w/Student ID: $20
Children’s Plate (ages 10 and under: $5)

This is a great event for the whole family.  Get your tickets before its too late!  
Mill Village: A Piedmont Rhapsody
Sep 25 @ 7:00 pm

The Charlotte Symphony presents a performance of Mill Village: A Piedmont Rhapsody, composed by David Crowe. This original work, commissioned by the CSO, depicts and honors through music, words and images, the textile mill culture that dominated the economy of the Piedmont region of the Carolinas and the Southeast from the late 19th through the 20th centuries.

Join us for this exciting program that explores the experiences of the people of the mill communities: the transition from rural agricultural communities to mill village life, the deeply felt ties to family and community, and the oppression many workers fought against.

This concert is presented by Historic Cabarrus Association and Cabarrus County Arts Council.

Tyler Hilton
Oct 23 @ 8:00 pm

You may know Tyler as One Tree Hill’s Chris Keller and for his role as Elvis Presley in the Johnny Cash biopic Walk The Line. He is also an accomplished singer/songwriter with a new album coming out in January. His new single “City on Fire”, the title track of his upcoming album is out now.

Tyler Hilton signed with Maverick Records and released The Tracks Of Tyler Hilton in September 2004. “I wrote all those songs when I was still in high school,” he says, “and I was very impressed that the songs I wrote while I was doing homework ended up being released on a major label. That was really exciting to me. I could have written those kinds of songs again, but I wanted to do better. And I think my new album is better.”