Presented by the Summer Shootout at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Mascot Mania is this Monday and School Bus Racing is Tuesday, plus Legend Car racing is back. Adult tickets start at $5 and kids get in free.
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Fresh2Death: An Exhibit Celebration of Black Fashion and Culture at The Mint Museum Uptown: This art experience showcases the influences of the Black community on mainstream culture and fashion. The final day of the exhibit is June 11. Standard museum admission, which is $15 for adults. Details.
Queen City Weekend at Camp North End: This pop-up event will showcase a variety of Charlotte’s best small businesses. Expect food, drinks and music. 5-8pm. $10. Details.
Girls Night Out at Luck Factory Games: Have a fun game night with the girlies playing classic games or learning new ones. Admission is buy-one-get-one-free. 6-10pm. $5. Details.
Together Bloom at The Music Yard: Artists Durante, Curt Reynolds and PICO will be bringing the vibes to the Yard. 6-11pm. $10+. Details.
Zeltzerfest at Summit Seltzer: Have a good time for a good cause at this “rager” community event in honor of Denzel “Zell” Irvin. Proceeds from the event will go toward Irvin’s medical bills from a recent heart transplant. 6pm to 2am. Free. Details.
Front Lawn Friday at McColl Center: Join the McColl Center for the opening of the In-Body exhibition and an artist takeover. There will be an on-site food truck and live music. 6-9pm. Free. Details.
Blacklight Chakti Yoga at Lenny Boy Brewing: Glow on the inside and out at this energizing yoga flow set under blacklight. Glow paint and glow sticks will be provided. Bring a mat. 7-8pm. $20. Details.
Beer Garden Movie Night at Brewers at 4001 Yancey: Enjoy a screening of the hit animated Pixar film “Up” at the taproom. There will be free popcorn and specialty drinks available for purchase. 8pm. Free. Details.
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Catawba River Races at the Whitewater Center: This series of races gives competitors multiple ways to test their skills in the water with activities like open water swimming, stand-up paddleboarding, or flatwater kayaking. 6:45-9am. $35-$42. Details.
Yoga + Mimosas with Dancing Lotus Yoga & Arts in Ballantyne’s Backyard (11611 North Community House Rd): Start your Saturday morning with a power flow streamed through noise-isolating headphones, followed by mimosas and mingling. 10-10:45am. $15. Details.
NoDa Garden Walk at NoDa Company Store: Join the NoDa Greenification Committee for a tour of some of the neighborhood gardens. 10am to noon. Free. Details.
Queen City Weekend Boat Party at Lake Norman North Harbor: Ready your sea legs (or lake legs) for this boat party and excursion to a small island. Once the boat docks, guests will be able to boat-hop or chill on the island. Music will be blasting, bottles will be popping and it’s sure to be a fun time. 10:30am to 3pm. $90. Details.
Gōl Tailgate & Watch Party at 704 Morris Street: Join Gōl for an elevated tailgating experience complete with classic tailgating games, drinks and tasty dishes from Bodega Food Wagon. 11am to 4pm. Free; $40 for an All-You-Can-Drink pass. Details.
2nd Saturday’s Drag Brunch at Midtown Tavern: Join Lili Frost and the Vanity House for a fun drag show filled with dancing, lip-syncing and plenty of antics. 11am. $20. Details.
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NoDaHood Market at Divine Barrel Brewing: More than 70 vendors will be on the block selling items and services. There will also be food trucks and music to enjoy. 12-5pm. Free. Details.
Drink a Pint, Save a Pup at Devil’s Logic Brewing: Meet furry friends and browse local vendors at this adoptable dog meet & greet. Drink proceeds will benefit the South Charlotte Dog Rescue. 12-3pm. Details.
Family Dance Party at Symphony Park: Enjoy a fun-filled Saturday in the park supporting the Alzheimer’s Association through fun games, music and a dance contest. 1-5pm. $10. Details.
Charlotte FC vs. New York Red Bulls at Bank of America Stadium: It’s gameday on home turf so put on your FC gear and take to the stand to root for our team. Plus it’s their first match since firing their coach. 3pm. $44+. Details.
Can’t Stop the Music at Knight Theater: Several dance studios from across the Carolinas will dance through the decades performing styles like ballroom dance, hip-hop and classical. 3pm. $20. Details.
Rosés on the Rooftop at the Grand Bohemian Hotel: Spend National Rosé Day at Búho rooftop lounge sampling rosés from all around the world. 4-6pm. $30. Details.
Buff Faye’s “1-900-GET-SOME” Drag Dinner at Dilworth Neighborhood Grille: Dial in for a bit of devilment with Buff Faye and her girls. Brunch is included in the ticket price. 7pm. $35. Details.
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Oasis at Summit Seltzer: This new weekly summer party series will feature a rotating lineup of DJs playing genres ranging from deep house to R&B. Every Sunday, you can expect a different vibe and a DJ to match. 1-6pm. Free. Details.
The Classic Black Cinema Series: The Watermelon Woman at the Gantt Center: This 1996 film explores the rich history of Black filmmaking. 2-5pm. Free. Details.
Throw it Back to Pay it Forward Hip Hop Yoga Party at Lenny Boy Brewing: Dance for a cause at this hip-hop yoga party. A portion of the process will be donated to Safe Alliance. 2-6pm. $10. Details.
Tour de France Wine Dinner at Flour Shop: In honor of the Tour de France, partake in a five-course wine pairing dinner featuring carefully curated selections. 5:30-8:30pm. $95 per person. Details.
Swing Into Summer at Symphony Park: Resident Conductor Christopher James Lees is kicking off the Summer Pops series with a tribute to the big band era featuring jazzy favorites from George Gershwin, Duke Ellington and more. 8:15pm. $25 per person. Details.
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