Concerts in Charlotte

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The Fillmore Charlotte models itself on the iconic San Francisco venue. Once a textile mill, the open space follows the original Fillmore’s signature decor, from red-oak hardwood floors to glimmering chandeliers to stadium-style tiers that result in pristine sightlines for attending fans.

820 Hamilton St
Charlotte,
NC
US

Renowned psychic and medium Chip Coffey, star of A&E shows Psychic Kids: Children of the Paranormal and Paranormal State, ushers audiences through preternatural territories in Coffey Talk, a witty and cathartic journey into the unknown. Clairvoyant, clairaudient, and as scintillating as a ghost-whispering Truman Capote, Coffey uses his psychic gifts to counsel the bereaved, ease the haunted, and terrify fraudulent realtors. In this special round of Coffey Talk, Chip guides the two-hour event through two hair-raising chapters of powerful emotion. The show starts with a question-and-answer session, where Chip explains the paranormal and mankind’s inherent psychic abilities before honoring queries about his daunting experiences, his TV shows, and continuity errors in Ghostbusters. For Act II, Chip puts on his psychic-reading glasses to contact spirits for select members of the audience.

345 North College Street
Charlotte,
NC
US

North Carolina’s Acoustic Syndicate enlists a quintet of bona-fide virtuosos to create uplifting bluegrass music that swings like a pendulum between rock and folk. Since 1992, this troupe of prodigious players has captivated audiences with polyrhythmic banjo skills, seamless three-part vocal harmonies, and infectious showmanship that charms snakes out of boots and leads to side effects such as hootin’ and hollerin’. Sporting dobros, mandolins, and resophonic guitars, these veterans of Farm Aid and Bonnaroo eschew the auto-tune age with gregarious toe-tappers about eco-friendly subsistence in a world under attack by Styrofoam overlords. Local goodtime gang Moonshine Racers joins in the revelry with its potent brew of 100-proof psychedelic bluegrass.

511 East 36th Street
Charlotte,
NC
US

Snug Harbor offers the best in jazz and blues bands and singers to its patrons in a fun, eclectic setting. The original Snug Harbor is located in New Orleans and has a long-standing reputation for bringing talented artists to perform for its guests. The Charlotte location is found at 1228 Gordon Street in Charlotte, NC and shares the same commitment to showcase talented singers and musicians. Snug Harbor has a full bar serving cocktails, beer and wine with various drink specials throughout the week. They also have a decent menu of food items. If you’re looking for a cool place to enjoy a few drinks and listen to some smooth jazz, this is the place to go. Bring friends, a date or just come alone. You’ll have a great time.

1228 Gordon St
Charlotte,
NC
US

Just minutes from I-77 and I-85, nestled in the Elizabeth Community of Charlotte, NC, you'll find The Visulite Theatre. It doesn’t matter what type of music you love. It’s all here at this live venue - rock or reggae, funk or fusion, bluegrass or the blues. You may even be able to catch a nostalgic burlesque show on certain nights. Sit back and listen to a collection of Indy artist, theme bands and tribute acts as you relax with a drink from the bar. If you've been looking for a live music club - one that appeals to any musical taste – then Visulite Theatre should be on your list of must-sees in the Charlotte area.

1615 Elizabeth Ave
Charlotte,
NC
US