You know the drill—our complete guide to the best of July in Charlotte. Take your pick between can't-miss events, new places to explore and old favorites that are just too good to pass up this time of year! Don't just think about it, go do it!
It's summertime and the livin' is easy! Round up a crew and book a Cycleboat to booze cruise one of Charlotte's lakes. You bring the beer, wine, snacks and shades, your captain will do the rest!
Located near Victoria's Secret and Fabletics, Nom Nom is be Charlotte's first rolled ice cream shop. Perfect for keeping it cool and getting the 'gram.
Located on the backside of SouthBound, BackStage Lounge is Charlotte's latest speakeasy. Sip signature cocktails and dine on small bites as you enjoy the ambience of intimate space.
Enjoy one whole week dedicated to burgers around the Queen City. Try them all for just $6 a pop, and decide for yourself who serves up the best burgers in town.
Sparks will fly this July fourth holiday at the Whitewater Center. Following a day of Yoga, SUP and more, pull up a chair and witness a mind-blowing fireworks display right after River Jam.
If you like Peruvian food, you're in luck—Camp North End is hosting this year's Charlotte Peruvian Festival! Experience a taste of South American culture with local artists, folk dances, and more.
Cool off in the pool then heat it up at the party. Craft City Social's summer pool parties include cabanas, booze, food, and music for a day that's sure to be fun. Only a few more left this season!
Celebrate Colombian culture in Charlotte at the beautiful Symphony Park! The festivities include music by Jorge Celedon, authentic Colombian cuisine, and other family-friendly activities.
Visit The Duke Mansion—without having to dish out for a room! For one month only, sip summery drinks in the beautiful courtyard and ease into a summer evening, southern style.
Have a Charlotte restaurant you've been dying to try? Come out during Charlotte restaurant week where 125+ restaurants around the city will offer 3 course meals for as low as $30.
There's nothing like a summer tomato fresh out of the garden. Head to NoDa to try dozens, enjoy live music, and decide who will reign as the region's best tomato grower.
It's worth the drive to head to this music festival that's 10 years strong. Barnstock brings together up-and-coming local artists for your enjoyment, while raising money for a local charity.
French favorites including wines, crepes, pastries, music and dance will be plentiful at the second annual French Festival!