Concerts in Indian Trail

Nicki Minaj: The Pinkprint Tour at PNC Music Pavilion on August 4 (Up to 40% Off)

Nicki Minaj: The Pinkprint Tour

PNC Music Pavilion

The multiplatinum-selling Grammy-nominated hip-hop star and fashion icon delivers an astounding performance in support of her latest album

$33.25 $20

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Men of the 90s feat. Ginuwine, RL, Wingo, and Q Parker at Neighborhood Theatre on Saturday, Feb. 28, at 3 p.m. (Up to 31% Off)

Men of the 90s feat. Ginuwine, RL, Wingo, and Q Parker

Neighborhood Theatre

1990s R&B sensation behind “Pony” joins RL of Next, Wingo from Jagged Edge, and Q Parker from 112 in a sultry homage to the decade

$45 $32

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The Flashback Hip Hop Party at Amo's Southend on February 26 at 9 p.m. (Up to 45% Off)

The Flashback Hip Hop Party

Amo's Southend

Relive the heyday of old-school hip-hop with performances by Brand Nubian and Nice & Smooth, a costume contest, and a dance contest

$36.41 $20

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Bruce In The USA: Bruce Springsteen Tribute at The Fillmore Charlotte on Saturday, March 28 (Up to 51% Off)

Bruce In The USA

The Fillmore Charlotte

A seasoned band led by Matt Ryan of the Vegas Legends in Concert revue play the hits of Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band

$13.22 $6.50

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Eric Roberson & Bilal Live in Charlotte at Amos Southend Friday, February 27 or Saturday, February 28 (Up to 57% Off)

Language of Love Concert Series

Amos' Southend

Neo-soul artists Eric Roberson, Bilal, and Aaron Camper lend their poignant voices to romantic hits such as “Still” and “Soul Sista”

$67.23 $29

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  • Comedy Zone Projects
    Standing before a mural of the nighttime Charlotte skyline with "The Comedy Zone" imposed over a massive moon, nationally touring comics present finely honed humor. Within the NC Music Factory's sprawling entertainment complex, The Comedy Zone keeps punch lines rolling with its regularly stuffed calendar of established and up-and-coming jokesters. From table seats, visitors can wet their whistles with a bounty of domestic and imported beers, bottles of wine, four-straw margaritas, and savory cocktails and feast upon a menu of classic pub fare. Monthly open-mic nights test rookies' mettle, and armchair comics can sign up for classes where industry professionals ramp up joke-writing skills, obliterate stage fright, and share the secret noise that makes hecklers cry.
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    900 Seaboard St
    Charlotte, NC US
  • The Fillmore Charlotte
    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.
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    1000 NC Music Factory Blvd
    Charlotte, NC US
  • Coffey Talk with Chip Coffey
    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.
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    345 North College Street
    Charlotte, NC US
  • Neighborhood Theatre
    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.
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    511 East 36th Street
    Charlotte, NC US
  • Time Warner Cable Uptown Amphitheatre Charlotte
    With more than 100 million records sold and a chart-topping career spanning five decades, Chicago continues their reign, swaying audiences with ageless nuggets of pure pop on their 2011 tour. The band, fronted by founding member Robert Lamm, has always been known for its voluminous and luscious sound, which created both the National Note Surplus and the harrowing Sheet Music Publishers riot. For the 2011 tour, Chicago salutes their longtime fans with a sonic scrapbook of hits ranging from their early days as fusionists to their latter career building castles out of ballads. From the easily answered existential question of “Does Anybody Really Know What Time It Is?” through the heartbreaking confessions of “Hard to Say I’m Sorry,” Chicago’s crafty cannon runs through the gamut of human emotions, unearthing a horn-saturated sound that brims with the kind of humanity and empathy that its public-transportation namesake has never known.
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    1000 NC Music Factory Boulevard
    Charlotte, NC US
  • Double Door Inn
    The Double Door Inn was first opened in 1973 and provides an exceptional venue for many of today’s best jazz and blues bands. Over the years, many legends of music have played at the Double Door including Eric Clapton, Leon Russell, Stevie Ray Vaughn, and the Fabulous Thunderbirds. They are often referred to as the “oldest live music venue east of the Mississippi” and have hundreds of autographed photographs on the walls of artists who have played there. They are committed to showcasing the very best talent in the music industry. They do have a bar that sells alcoholic beverages, sandwiches and snack foods. You must be at least 16 years old to attend and ID is required. Some shows do require attendees to be at least 21 years old. A calendar of events can be found on the website and tickets can also be purchased there. They are located at 1218 Charlottetowne Avenue in Charlotte, NC.
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    1218 Charlottetowne Ave
    Charlotte, NC US