As Summer winds down and everyone gets settled back home from vacations, there is SO much to do around the Triangle! We’ve listed a few of our favorites below but this is just the tip of ALL the things you can see and do in September!
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Downtown Raleigh – Sept. 5th-7th
More than 130 bands performing at 10 venues over three nights makes this music festival unrivaled as the largest of its kind in the area! Hopscotch is celebrating it’s 10th year in 2019 and continues to support the local scene with approximately 25% of the festival’s performers hailing from in-state!
Hopscotch is known for adventurous lineups, memorable performances, and a fan-friendly atmosphere. From a large outdoor main stage in Raleigh City Plaza to intimate club shows, the festival offers music in almost every genre imaginable—rock, hip-hop, metal, folk, electronic, experimental, and more—and its programming highlights this diversity each year.
Dorothea Dix Park – Saturday, Sept. 14, 10 a.m.–6 p.m.
Pirates in North Carolina are part of our culture, heritage, and history. In the late 17th-early 18th century the state government actually invited them onto North Carolina shores with their boats full of treasures. The Governor, judges and local officials were happy with the revenue this activity brought to the state.
Learn more about our early history and determine if these stories are more fact or fiction! Enjoy Pirate Crafts, Listen to a Notorious Pirate Band and More! This event is fun for all ages!
Meet Captain Blackbeard | Engage in Sword Fights | Sing Sea Chanties
Play Swashbuckling Games | Feast at Local Food Trucks |Participate in a Costume Contest
Historic Downtown Apex – September 14th 1pm-11pm
Come out for a celebration of local music, food and drink! The festival will be held in where the original LOG POND was located ( the Saunders Street parking lot -across from the Apex Police Department). Originally known as the Apex Jazz Fest the Festival changed its name and expanded its offerings to include musicians from various genres.
Entertainment includes 120 Minutes, The Band Moves, Peak City Band, Peak City Sound, Violet Bell and more!
Free shuttle service will be provided from Calvary Chapel and Thales High School.
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