You know the drill—our complete guide to the best of June in Raleigh. Take your pick between 10 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!
There may be no better cheap summer experience in all of Raleigh. Recline under the stars with friends and family while you enjoy a movie in the expansive and beautiful NCMA campus. Picnics welcome!
With over 50 food trucks and beer vendors taking over Fayetteville St., you definitely won't leave with an empty stomach. This is one of the largest food truck rodeos in the southeast!
Who's ready to live la Vida Dulce? Now open in Cary just in time for summer, Vida Dulce is serving up traditional Mexican paletas, aguas frescas, ice cream and more. Time to satisfy that sweet tooth!
City Market Sushi has a new sister restaurant on N. West Street. Seoul 116 is focused on Korean fare, the menu is filled with fun twists on Korean classics. Don't miss their boozy Capri Suns.
Raleigh will be the first city in NC to experience Wahlburgers and their menu of delicious burgers, frappes and floats. No guarantee that you'll spot one of the famed bros.
The Alamo Drafthouse is serious about offering the best films, food and drinks all in one seat! Now the team that started it all in Austin, Texas is bringing the popular cinema experience to Raleigh!
Stop and smell the roses at the Raleigh Municipal Rose Garden. It's the perfect setting for a photo op (or wedding), but it's even better for a stroll through beautiful blooms.
Spring is here! Stroll on over each Wednesday afternoon to the downtown Raleigh Farmer's Market in Market and Exchange Plaza to shop farm fresh produce from local growers and food artisans.
Take in Raleigh's changing skyline at Boylan Bridge Brewpub, a local brewery that has one of the most magnificent views of Raleigh.
At Tour D'Coop, chicken coops are treated as an art form. Join the tour across Raleigh, Apex and Cary to learn about the wonderful world of poultry and its swanky, modern cribs.
Live music, lawn games, cocktails... sounds like the makings of a perfect summertime Sunday funday to us!
This expansive exhibit full of intriguing visuals and mixed media pieces featuring creates an immersive and participatory environment, where viewers are encouraged to engage with the works on display.
Get to know the Museum Park with your four-legged friend and enjoy an afternoon exploring art and nature with food trucks for dogs and humans, local vendors and fun activities for your fur babies!
Bring a blanket and come enjoy the sounds of jazz and Big Band music and gaze at the stars while experts from the Morehead Planetarium teach you a thing or two about the cosmos.
Triangle Restaurant Week is back! Get a taste of some of the area's most coveted cuisine without breaking the bank with preset 3-course lunch and dinner menus.
Celebrate Raleigh's amazing diversity and its welcoming spirit and enjoy global cuisine and entertainment from local chefs and artist honoring cultures from around the world.
Celebrate Dad in the very best, most "dad" way—by drinking local craft beer and some good 'ol fashioned axe throwing. That's normal, right?
Walk the Moon is headlining the Southeast's biggest concert for a cause with Raleigh's own American Aquarium kicking things off. Raising $1MM+ for charity, it's the definition of feel-good music.