You know the drill! Our complete guide the best of June: the best events, new places to explore and old favorites.
Don't just think about it. Go do it.
Sit back, relax, and enjoy Rock the Park Movie: Marmaduke
Gather with us around the Fullsteam stage for a live dating show!
Patrick Dougherty is famous for his body of more than 250 whimsical stickwork sculptures. Check out his newest addition, "The Big Easy," on the South Lawn of the Duke Gardens.
Duck Donuts knows their dough. They serve up fresh, made-to-order donuts with a drool-worthy selection of glazes and toppings and steaming hot coffee—what more do you need?
Enjoy amazing farm to table Cuban fare with classic favorites and new shareable plates from the same great people who brought you the Old Havana Sandwich Shop in Durham.
Dog lovers of Durham rejoice! The Bull City's first pup-focused bar is now open in BB&T Plaza. Customers (human and K-9) can stop by for dog treats and toys, craft brews, adoption events and more!
Tucked away in SoDu only a stone's throw from Southpoint Mall, Cure is a chef-driven concept specializing in house cured, smoked and roasted meats, and serving up breakfast and lunch M-F.
Dare to dip into the quarry and take a swim. This legendary spot attracts adventurers and daredevils for its secluded location and 40ft cliff.
A local paradise for naturalists, Honeysuckle Tea House invites you to rediscover all the wonderful things nature can do for your body and mind.
Great cider meets great food at the Durham Cider Crawl! Make your way through some of Durham's best restaurants while sipping on locally crafted cider.
A week-long celebration of culinary excellence designed to incorporate the premier Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill and surrounding area restaurants.
This is prime time for strawberry pickin'—soak up some sun, get your hands dirty and bring home some sweet stuff.
$3 Dinners run from 4-8 PM every Thursday, and there's always a vegan option available too!
The 2018 Music in the Garden Series is Wednesdays at the Sarah P. Duke Gardens
Wind down on Friday nights with live music in Durham Central Park!
Come join us for yoga with goats and sheep!
American Tobacco Campus is hosting a series of Thursday night concerts on the lawn featuring local vendors and great jams. Perfect way to ease into the weekend!
A Durham Central Park Food Truck Rodeo is an all-ages Sunday afternoon gathering of dozens of the Triangle's most popular food trucks.
Grab a blanket and some snacks, head to the lush garden at the Center for Doc Studies and listen to fantastic stories al fresco.
Bring your dog to the field to watch the Durham Bulls vs. Charlotte Knights.
The only large-scale event in the entire Southeastern continental US region that is specifically designated to Hiphop and is a premier destination event for luxury Hiphop enthusiasts across the region
Kick off American Dance Festival season in style with a special launch party complete with local brews, swag, dancing, drinks, and killer DJ. And thanks to ADF Go 18-30-year-olds get discount tix!
Sit back, relax, and enjoy ReggaeInfinity.
Learn all about Durham history on two wheels! Bike Durham and the Museum of Durham History are taking you on a guided bike tour through all of downtown's hidden stories and secrets.
This perennial crowd favorite will presents work based on the five senses. In the 40+ years Pilobolus has been in the biz, they've proved to be an incredible tour de force—this show is not to missed!
See the show everyone's been listening about.
Costumes, pageants, food trucks and lots of weirdness under the summer sun—and it's all for a great cause! Join the Beaver Queen pageant for a day you won't soon forget.