Friday night, Quinn XCII and Chelsea Cutler will perform live in front of a drive-in audience at Charlotte Motor Speedway. Saturday night, Chris Janson and Michael Tenpenny will perform at Charlotte Motor Speedway in the same fashion. County music star Kane Brown will headline a group of country art
Five new productions in North Carolina have been approved for state Film and Entertainment Grants and will all start production by the end of October, according to a news release from Governor Roy Cooper’s office.
The man you know as the Black Panther in some of your favorite superhero movies has died from stage 3 colon cancer. Chadwick Boseman battled with the disease for 4 years. During that time, he did plenty of work that left a big cultural impact in Hollywood.
The country music industry has long been hesitant to address its long and complicated history with race, but the death of George Floyd in police custody and the protests it sparked in the U.S. and around the world became a sound too loud for the genre to ignore.
The Neighborhood Theatre rests in the heart of the NoDa community and has hosted numerous up and coming bands for decades. But with the pandemic shutting down many businesses the venue finds itself in real trouble.
After a couple of days of teasing, it’s now official: The Rolling Stones on Thursday morning revealed that their critically acclaimed “No Filter Tour” will return to North America for a 15-city run in 2020, and Charlotte is on the list.
A day after retired NBA star Kobe Bryant died in a California helicopter crash, Memphis’ own Justin Timberlake memorialized the legend on Instagram, recounting their years-long friendship that started when they were teenagers.
Parrotheads can finally celebrate again: After skipping Charlotte last spring, Jimmy Buffett and the Coral Reefer Band will return to PNC Music Pavilion on Saturday, April 25, as part of his “Slack Tide Tour.”
It was a dream come true for dozens of families, as DaBaby stepped in to give Christmas gifts to 200 children in Charlotte Monday afternoon. While the rapper is getting more famous by the minute, he hasn’t forgotten about his hometown.
The Staircase,” available on Netflix, tells the story of Michael Peterson’s murder trial in the death of his wife Kathleen, who was found in a pool of blood at the bottom of the back staircase in the couple’s Durham home in December 2001.