Oct 23, 2015
If you are looking at new construction in Raleigh NC and are interested in learning about local events in the Raleigh, NC area, this article will help get you started. There’s plenty to do in and around Raleigh North Carolina; here’s just a few of the exciting October events. There’s always something to do for all ages and tastes.
Looking for a late night experience like no other while you’re in town looking for new homes in Raleigh, NC? Check out Zinda between 10PM and 2AM. Starting in October, the venue will be hosting DJs that are more than happy to mix things up. There’s no one style of beats, but rather a lineup of talent that will keep you guessing what’s next. From hip-hop mash-ups to the latest Top 40 tracks, you’ll get a taste of everything here. DJs mix it up every Friday and Saturday and there are some great drinks specials offered.
Durham World Beer Festival
The beer festival will take place in Downtown Raleigh on October 10th between 12PM – 8PM. Hosted at the Durham Bulls Athletic Park, this is the festival’s 20th year running and promised to be the best yet.
Food Truck Rodeo
If you’re more of a foodie looking for adventure, be sure to check out the Food Truck Rodeo in Downtown Raleigh, NC on October 11th, from 1PM – 6PM. Food lovers can indulge in an array of delectable treats served inan over-half-a-mile long line of food trucks.
For live entertainment, head over to The Oxford every Friday and Saturday night between 10PM and 1AM. All the favorite local bands are on the line up and you can enjoy some top notch food and drinks, minus a cover charge. For a seriously relaxing end to the week, kick back and listen to the best bands in town, including Four Founders, Redline, Scarlet, Restless, Skinny Bag o’ Sugar and Rockzilla.
Raleigh, North Carolina loves a good Halloween holiday. There’s plenty going on, but we have to recommend the most exclusive masquerade ball at Common 414. There’s set to be a 3 Ring Circus, plenty of live entertainment, acrobats, jugglers and more.
For family fun, be sure to get to the pumpkin carving party in Art Alley on October 29th starting at 5:30pm. Take along your own pumpkin, pay the $4 entrance fee and the organizers will provide carving tools, decorations and inspiration for the best jack-o-lanterns in town.
Thanksgiving is Just around the Corner
Grab the kids and get into the spirit of Thanksgiving at the A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving Party on November 21st starting at 10am at the Arts Council.Get your last minute Thanksgiving errands done while the kids relax and make holiday crafts to take home. Stick around for the show complete with pretzels, buttered toast and popcorn. The cost is $13 per child and includes craft supplies.