There's no denying springtime is a gorgeous time in the Queen City—that is if you can stand the pollen. Get out and enjoy the warmer weather with these 10 outdoor spring date ideas!
On the east side of the university campus lies a lush wonder full of beautiful blooms
Springtime is prime for patio drinking, and it doesn't get much better than sipping $2 local craft brews! Head to Lenny Boy for a selection of 8 beers and some good grub to soak it up.
Front Porch Sunday is the best way to spend a warm Sunday afternoon in Charlotte. Hang out with sweet tunes, food trucks, cold beer and tons of local vendors to browse.
Make your way down to DSBG for Sip & Stroll, a peaceful evening of taking in thousands of blooms through the gardens with a glass of wine in hand and live music filling the air.
NoDa Brewing and Sea Level NC are bringing Charlotte a badass oyster roast. NoDa and Front Street Brewery will debut their #NCbeer month brew, Mother Shucker, while Sea Level dishes out oysters.
Enjoy a few hours of classic American entertainment with the Charlotte Knights. Come on Thursdays for $3 domestic drafts (a ballpark steal!) or Fridays for a fireworks show.
If you like sunshine, music and lots going on, head to Tuck Fest. Outdoor enthusiasts and music lovers unite at this 3-day festival celebrating the great outdoors. Over 20 outdoor competitions and awesome live music make it a must for athletes and spectators alike.
Spice things up for date night by working up an appetite with an outdoorsy adventure before drinking and dining by the fire.
Reid's is kicking off a new patio concert series at their SouthPark location. Enjoy live tunes outside along with fine food and drinks!
Don your biggest hat, your snappiest seersucker and make sure you're ready to suck down a Mint Julep, because The Mint Museum is throwing a classy affair on the lawn for The Kentucky Derby.