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Raleigh, N.C., Calendar of Events

Raleigh, N.C., hosts thousands of events every year, including many enriching experiences for your visit. Looking to build your trip around something exhilarating? We've got the most music in N.C., a hopping collegiate and professional sports scene and a host of accolade-worthy, homegrown culinary and cultural festivities pioneered by our smart and passionate locals. Below, you can view and map events by day, week or month, or search for events in a certain category or area of the destination.


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The winter months are referred to as the most magical time of the year for good reason—community celebrations, light displays and performing arts productions capture the holiday spirit in a uniquely vibrant way. And while things are certainly not normal this...

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From the purely educational to the straight up fun, the Raleigh area has plenty of kid-friendly activities to keep you and your family grinning from ear to ear. Here’s a list of safe events,...

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Note, Sept. 9: Juniper Level Botanic Garden will host fall open house weekends from Fri..-Sun., Sept. 18-20 and Sept. 25-27. Juniper Level Botanic Garden has modified their workspaces and is committed...

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Looking for one more getaway before summer officially begins to wind down? Parks, restaurants and some attractions are open in the Raleigh area, and there's plenty to safely explore for a long...

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Note: Authored by David Menconi, this piece has been produced in partnership with Raleigh Arts. Menconi's "Step It Up and Go: The Story of North Carolina Popular Music, from Blind Boy Fuller...

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While it's certainly beginning to feel a lot like summer, the coming July 4th holiday is going to be a different one to say the least. There will be no in-person firework showcases, no baseball games and no outdoor concerts in major venues to attend. Parks, restaurants and some attractions are open