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Amazing Maize Maze

Weekly Agenda Sept. 26-Oct. 2: Dog show, corn maze, music, art, festivals

Trying to figure out what to do? This calendar can point you to some of the best options in Lake Norman. Check back on Mondays for the Weekly Agenda and Thursdays for the Weekender. For events that repeat weekly, we’ve created an ONGOING category; scroll down and you’ll find it.  Through-Nov. 6 The Amazing Maize […]

Sept. 24: Tawba Walk art crawl. Photo |  Bella Love Inc. photo

Weekender Sept. 23-25: Theater, Tawba Walk, nature festival, music

Trying to figure out what to do? This calendar can point you to some of the best options in Lake Norman. Check back on Mondays for the Weekly Agenda and Thursdays for the Weekender. For events that repeat weekly, we’ve created an ONGOING category; scroll down and you’ll find it.  Through Oct. 9 Murder on […]

Will Easter & The Nomads

Weekly Agenda Sept. 19-25: Tawba Walk, ‘Murder on the Orient Express,’ Yappy Hour, guided walk, music

Trying to figure out what to do? This calendar can point you to some of the best options in Lake Norman. Check back on Mondays for the Weekly Agenda and Thursdays for the Weekender. For events that repeat weekly, we’ve created an ONGOING category; scroll down and you’ll find it.  Sept. 19 2022 Lake Norman […]

July 28: Heart Breaker performs at LangTree Lake Norman

Weekly Agenda July 25-31: Theater, music, cars and food trucks

Through July 31 Noises Off! Advance Tickets: Adult, $25-29; senior (65+), $23-27; student (under 21), $15-18. Ages 12 and older. Duke Family Performance Hall, 207 Faculty Drive, Davidson, Davidson College campus. July 28 Live music 6-9 pm. Heart Breaker. LangTree Lake Norman, 401 Langtree Road, Mooresville. July 28-31 Production of Julius Caesar by Free Reign […]

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Dave Matthews Tribute Band plays Concerts on the Green

June 24. Come see and hear the Dave Matthews Tribute Band on Saturday at the Concerts on the Green in Davidson. It’s free, of course. Food and beverage available for purchase, but you can also bring your own. Do bring chairs or blankets to set up on the Village Green, at the corner of Main […]

Dragon boat racing is one of the most popular attractions at the annual Asian Festival.  PHOTO COURTESY OF ANDREA LEE

Asian Festival returns to Cornelius Oct. 23

Oct. 20. The Charlotte Dragon Boat Festival comes back to Lake Norman Oct. 23 with a lineup that includes dragon boat races, the Parade of Nations, cultural performances and a wide variety of Asian and Pacific Islands food. Asian Americans of all ethnicities and languages come together to celebrate their heritage through many activities such […]

Praise in the Park is Saturday at Smithville Park

Sept. 17. One of the longest running free, family-friendly festivals returns to Cornelius this weekend. Praise in the Park is an annual event that features local, regional, and national gospel artists along with food and educational and inspirational vendors. Performances Performers include Bonita Bourney-Simmons, Tiffani Lewis, Gary Mumford, Tawanna Ross, Cassandra O’Neal, Frankie & the […]

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Race Week revs up in October

Aug. 31. Circle K Speed Street, the Queen City’s longest-running street festival, is headed to Romare Bearden Park in October with live music. Headliners include Collective Soul, Cassadee Pope and Chris Lane, as well as 90s alt-rock favorites Tonic and Better than Ezra and Charlotte native and rising Country artist Christina Taylor. Longstanding connection While […]

Stormin Norman LKN

It’s hot out, and so is the music in – and on – Lake Norman

The Stormin’ Norman Band will perform lakeside for boaters Friday in a benefit for Big Day at the Lake. See below for details on how to get there (no cars) and how to donate. Trying to figure out what to do? This calendar, published weekly on Thursdays, can point you to some of the best […]

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Juneteenth observation Saturday at Ada Jenkins

June 18. Davidson Mayor Rusty Knox will speak at the Juneteenth observation Saturday at the Ada Jenkins Center. The nationwide holiday celebrating the emancipation of African-Americans originated in Galveston, Texas in 1865 and has spread nationwide since then. The event, which runs from 11 am to 2 pm, includes music and entertainment as well as […]