Were you upset about losing Food Truck Friday to new construction in South End? If so, we’re here to lift your spirits! Cure those Friday night blues at Friday Night Festival in South End!
Friday Night Festival combines food trucks, live music, craft beer, wine and more! The Friday Night Festival is presented by The Unknown Brewing Company, CRAFT Tasting Room and Growler Shop, and The Gallery and is located between 1327 South Mint Street and 1320 South Church Street every Friday night starting at 5 pm!
Grab a friend and check out what Friday Night Festival has to offer, we guarantee you’ll love it and will be back every week for more fun!
Walk A Mile in Her Shoes is a fun one mile walk and silent auction at NoDa Brewery on August 27, 2016. The best part about the walk? All walkers will be wearing high heels. The purpose of this event is to raise awareness about rape and gender violence in the community. All proceeds from the event will be benefiting Safe Alliance. Safe Alliance provides a continuum of critical crisis services to those victimized by domestic violence, sexual assault or child abuse. Services include a 24-hour crisis line, the 80-bed Clyde & Ethel Dickson Domestic Violence Shelter, safety planning services, hospital accompaniment and legal representation. Safe Alliance assists over 10,000 people annually in Mecklenburg County and reaches an even greater number of people through community education, prevention programs and institutional advocacy.
Tickets for the event can be purchased at www.safeallianceevents.org. Tickets for men are $25 and $10 for ladies.
Charlotte Fashion Week brought to you by Charlotte Seen tickets on sale at www.charlotteseen.com.
Schedule of Events
September 20: VIP EVENT (invitation only)
September 21: KICK OFF EVENT (6:30pm Ferguson Showroom, Charlotte)
September 22: BOUTIQUE RUNWAY EVENING
(doors open at 6:30pm, show starts at 8pm, Rock Hill, SC)
September 23: EMERGING & RECYCLED RUNWAY EVENING
(doors open at 6:30pm, show starts at 8pm, Hilton Center City, Charlotte)
September 24: KIDS & TEENS RUNWAY DAY
(12pm, Hilton Center City, Charlotte)
September 24: FASHION DESIGNER RUNWAY EVENING
(doors open at 6:30p, show starts at 8p, Hilton Center City, Charlotte)
Join us on Sat, Oct 15, 2015 for the 3rd Annual South End Wine Fest, our neighborhood wine festival. You will be able to enjoy unlimited tastings from 20+ vineyards for four hours, live music, fashion mobile trucks and food trucks.
The event is presented by: Greystar - Redefining Excellence in Apartment Living
Proceeds benefit Classroom Central and their mission to equip students living in poverty to effectively learn.
(More details on them below)
GENERAL ADMITTANCE - (2:00 PM - 6:00 PM)
$35.00 ($37.22 w/service fee)
You get a festival tasting glass (to keep), which means unlimited wine sampling for 4 hours. ( For those new to wine tasting, these are tasting-sized pours so you get to try a lot of different wines safely.) All the fascinating main stage music. Please note that food truck goodies, artisans, and boutique products are for sale once inside the gates.
VIP TABLES - (1:00 PM - 6:00 PM)
$50.00 ($52.74 w/service fee)
Your purchase includes all of the above 10 tickets to the festival, unlimited wine sampling, table & chairs for 10, tasting glasses for ten people and an one hour earlier entrance into festival.
VIP reserved table area will be limited to the tables settings provided by South End Wine Festival; no additional personal chairs and/or tables will be permitted in this area for the safety and enjoyment of our patrons.
Special Note: Picnic spreads and lawn chairs are welcome, however, only in designated areas. We reserve the right to limit space for individual picnic areas in order to accommodate all patrons and to provide safe access through the festival grounds.
BUY YOUR TICKETS
What's the parking situation?
There is a pay lot across from the event. Some lucky folks will get street parking. Be responsible and consider public transportation, a taxi, or pile in a car with a designated driver (who gets in for very reduced ticket price).
CLASSROOM CENTRAL - What They Do
Their mission: Classroom Central equips students living in poverty to effectively learn by collecting and distributing free school supplies.
Their impact: Classroom Central supports over 100,000 students in poverty in over 200 schools in 6 school districts: Charlotte Mecklenburg, Gaston, Iredell/Statesville, Union, the City of Kannapolis, and Lancaster, SC).