Sunday, January 17, 2016

MLK Celebrations, debate watch parties and a soul concert

It's only one night, but there's so much going on. After you finish watching the Panthers, head out to one or some of these fun events below. See you in the streets.

MLK Celebrations

Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King - 2016 Bridging Musical Worlds
A Sign Of The Times of the Carolinas and UNC-Charlotte students as well as the Charlotte Symphony Orchestra String Quartet performs European Classical music all dedicated to the life & work of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. 7 p.m. Excelsior, 921 Beatties Ford Road. Details.

Levine Museum Presents 10th Annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Legacy Celebration
Enjoy guided tours at the museum along with performances, craft activities and more.Levine Museum of the New South, 200 E 7th St

Debate Watch Parties:

Vote it Loud: Your Vote = Your Voice
Your Voice is sponsoring debate viewing parties in battleground arenas. Charlotte is one of the cities. These parties will allow minorities to share information on what is important to them and this information will be shared with candidates. 8:30 p.m., Studio Movie Grill, 210 E Trade St #290

First Democratic Debate 2016
Charlotte Drinking Liberally is hosting a debate watch party tonight. 7 p.m. Kennedy’s Premium Bar & Grill, 366 N. Caswell Road

Don't Miss

Stylish Party - Join the Kappas of Rock Hill at The Classic Man 2: Under The Red Hood.10 p.m. Vapiano Charlotte, 201 S Tryon St. $10 and up. Tickets.

R&B Concert - Looking for a different way to celebrate MLK holiday weekend. Skip the parties and see singers Algebra BlessettAvery Sunshine, and Anthony David at the MLK Soul Sessions. Opening band is The Tempo AllStarz and music by DJ ‘O6. 8 p.m., Coyote Joe’s, 4621 Wilkinson Blvd. Details.

MLK Party - Looking for a traditional three-day weekend party? The Dream IV Annual Holiday Weekend & Zodiac Celebration is for you. Music by DJ Ngenious and Deron Juan. 10 p.m. Suite 210 East Trade St. Uptown Charlotte. Tickets.