Concerts in Salisbury


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  • Exile on Main Street
    For a light cafe lunch, head to Exile on Main Street. Exile on Main Street is a suitable restaurant for both large and small groups. If you're heading to the restaurant on a Friday or Saturday, don't get stuck in line with the rest of the crowds — reservations are accepted. Those driving to Exile on Main Street can choose to find street parking or leave their vehicle in the nearby lot. For a quick and easy payment solution at Exile on Main Street, pay by major credit card.
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    301 S Main St
    Lillington, NC US
  • Johnny and June's Ultra Saloon
    Take a trip to Johnny and June's Ultra Saloon in Winston Salem and make your next meal a good one. Al fresco eating options are also available at Johnny and June's Ultra Saloon, which presents a lovely patio seating area for warmer months. Live music is common at Johnny and June's Ultra Saloon, as is a DJ. Live DJs often entertain the evening crowd while dining. Live music is often featured for visitors' enjoyment. Guests may have a hard time conversing, as the restaurant is rather noisy. Interested in eating out over the weekend? Keep in mind that the restaurant gets swamped on Fridays and Saturdays, and service may take longer than expected. Ample parking is available in the area.
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    2105 Peters Creek Pkwy
    Winston Salem, NC US
  • Howl At The Moon
    As Tommy, one of Howl at the Moon’s piano players, explains on the club’s website, “Every night…we try and throw a party, regardless of whether it’s a Tuesday night or a Saturday night.” The bar’s trademark dueling pianos serve as the epicenter of these nightly celebrations; patrons submit their favorite songs on slips of paper for the pianists and backing musicians to recreate. If the website’s playlist is any indication, the bands can handle popular songs from all genres and eras, from Bon Jovi’s “Livin’ on a Prayer” to Kanye West’s “All of the Lights.” The performances are spirited: colorful lights splash upon a stage where servers, guests, and chairs that have somehow developed mobility all dance along to the music. Fueling the celebration is the bar’s indulgent selection of drinks. Servers stand over patrons to plunge jello injectors into their mouths, and revelers grab colorful straws to help drain 86-ounce booze buckets filled with sangria or other fruity libations. Pomegranate liqueur and honey-infused whiskey sweeten specialty cocktails, and local beers add depth to coolers stocked with Stella Artois and Dos Equis.
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    210 E Trade St
    Charlotte, NC US
  • 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
    Improv Comedy Training Center and Theater. CCT has been training Charlotte's comedians for over 10 years and has run shows every weekend for a decade as well. Committed to interactive, improvised comedy, the CCT is the original improv theater in Charlotte and the number one place for comedic training.
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    1000 NC Music Factory Blvd
    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

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