Saturday, June 27, 2015

Whaaat! Lil Jon At Label Tonight

I'm still recuperating from last night's victory celebration so I won't be starting my Saturday with my usual rowdiness, but you can. Let's get this party started! See you in the streets...

Yeaaahhh! - Lil' Jon has hit after party anthem hit. This is one set you don't want to miss. He's doing, but you know it'll still be crazy. Get ready to back, back, back it up! 9 p.m. Label, 900 NC Music Factory. $30 and up.

Happy Birthday - Su Casa celebrates four years at tonight’s monthly offering.  Resident DJ Justice, DJ Steel Wheel and special guest DJ Daz-I-Kue (from the U.K.'s Bugz in the Attic crew). Live performance by Quentin Talley and The Soul Providers, film, live art, face painting and more. Petra’s, 1919 Commonwealth Ave. $10.

No Sweat - The 2nd Annual Charlotte Hounds #ZeroK benefits the Isabella Santos Foundation. The 0.0K race will start (and end) at 5:30pm, and will be led by Blue the Plott Hound and Woody & Wilcox from 106.5 The END.  Participants will "recover" watching major league lacrosse Hounds vs Outlaws). $30 and up, 3 p.m. in the lot at the corner of 7th & Kings, American Legion Memorial Stadium, North Kings Dr.

Don't Miss
Beer Festival - Not just any craft brews at this festival. The North Carolina Brewers Celebration highlights state breweries specialty beer bars, hop and grain farmers and more. 12 - 5 p.m. BB&T Ballpark, 324 S Mint St. Tickets.

Not The World Cup - The Connolley Cup celebrates gaelic football. 10 teams representing the southeast for men’s and women’s gaelic football will participate. The women’s team is current the national champion. 10 a.m. Rugby Athletic Center, 3722 S. Tryon St.

Music Festival -  The CLTure Music Festival focuses on regional bands and artists on three stages. More than a dozen bands, vendors and about a half dozen food vendors. The Chop Shop, 399 East 35th St, $20 all-day pass.

For The Family - Celebrate Black Music Month with A Journey Through Jazz! It’s a live, interactive performance featuring local jazz musicians, video presentations and you! Saxophonist and music educator Harvey Cummings will lead a five-piece band playing contemporary R&B and hip-hop beats. Volunteers will free-style and write a blues riff for the band to play. After the interactive performance, audience members can play with the instruments. 11 a.m. - 1 p.m., Gantt Center.