Healthy Heels Weekend


It’s time for another Healthy Heels weekend, and the beautiful weather came just in time.  It’s going to be a dream weekend for any music or drama buffs out there.  Also, there will be plenty of opportunities to cheer on the Tarheels.  Details below:

 

 

Music on the Street – Tubby Ridge Band (FREE)

Friday, September 28, 6 PM, Modern Fossil Parking Lot, Weaver Street

 

“Tubby Ridge’s catchy gypsy folk tunes have delighted audiences at venues such as the Festival for the Eno, Pinecone’s Summer Music Concert at Bond Park, and Durham Art Walk. Featured on NPR’s Car Talk, American Songwriter Magazine, and Celtic Roots Radio. The band includes award-winning guitarist Justin Johnson and noted blues singer Lise Uyanik.”

 

 

Carrboro Music Festival (FREE)

Sunday, September 30, 1 PM, throughout Carrboro

 

“The day long, free festival features all styles of music at numerous indoor and outdoor venues around downtown Carrboro. In the space of a few hours (and within a few blocks) a listener can hear Bluegrass, Folk, Jazz, Country, Rock & Roll, Classical, and World Music. There remains a consistent effort to showcase Triangle area performers and the varied musical styles they represent. All of the performers donate their talents to foster a strong sense of community and as a way to reveal their talents to a wider audience.”

There will be over 180 acts in 25 venues.  Checkout http://carrboromusicfestival.com/ for the schedule.

 

 

CUAB movies @ The Union

 

Seeking a Friend at the End of the World
Friday, September 28, 7pm
Saturday, September 29, 9:30pm

 

Being Flynn
Friday, September 28, 10:30pm
Saturday, September 29, 7pm

 

 

Playmakers @ Center for Dramatic Art – RED

Friday, September 28, 7:30 PM

Saturday, September 29, 7:30 PM

Sunday, September 30, 2:00 PM

 

PlayMakers Mainstage Season opens with the 2010 Tony Award-winner for Best Play. “Red” takes you into the studio of Mark Rothko, pioneer of abstract expressionism, and into the mind of an artist wrestling with the eternal struggle between art and commerce. Seen through the eyes of his young, increasingly challenging assistant, Rothko agonizes over a lucrative project painting murals for the new Four Seasons Restaurant. Has he sold out to fame and fortune or is he still a real artist?

Tickets start at $15

 

 

UNC Sports

 

Women’s Soccer vs. #1 Florida State

Thursday, September 27, 7:00 PM, Fetzer Field

 

Football vs. Idaho

Friday, September 29, 3:30 PM, Kenan Stadium

 

Volleyball vs. Georgia Tech

Sunday, September 30, 1:00 PM, Carmicheal Arena

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