PLAY WITH YOUR FOOD! Celebrating 53 years of “Dinnertainment” in Central NC, the Barn Dinner Theatre is proud to be America’s longest running dinner theatre! Enjoy a traditional buffet and carving station followed by a live Broadway-style show. The most unique evening of Dinnertainment in the Southeast! Serving over 50,000 patrons annually! Performances year-round. Award-winning…Read more
A new downtown House of Blues Entertainment-affiliated venue. This is currently the third House of Blues Entertainment-affiliated venue in the Carolinas, along with Myrtle Beach’s House of Blues and The Fillmore Charlotte.
Features permanent exhibits of more than eight hundred pieces of pottery, artifacts and photographs tracing North Carolina’s pottery history from prehistoric Native Americans to the present. Four changing pottery exhibitions per year featuring potters and pottery from across the state.
Reconsidered Goods is an organization with a mission to promote the arts and environmental awareness through reuse. They are a Non-Profit Creative Reuse Center Art Education + Art Gallery + Creative Supply Resource. They offer a make and take space, classes and retail space.
An artist co-op building. There are 30 studio spaces housing artists in all arenas. Featuring painters, sculptors, metal smiths, wood workers, writers, actors, photographers, music producers, film makers, graphic designers, potters, jewelry makers, stone workers, and everything in between. The studios are always in session, doors open, so check it out! You never know what…Read more
The Drama Center at City Arts presents several theatrical productions each year. Productions range from adult musicals and plays to children’s musicals and plays, to original plays and films. They also offer a number of classes and workshops for children and adults. Productions are presented at several venues around town. Admission fees range form FREE…Read more
This working grist mill and country store, with the sights and smells of another era, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and offers a gift shop with a variety of stone-ground meals, grits, flour, mixes, pottery, and crafts. Reservations required for large groups. FREE admission.
White Oak Amphitheatre is located on the southern end of the Greensboro Coliseum Complex campus (on the former Canada Dry bottling plant property) and hosts a diverse selection of concerts, community events, fairs, arts and crafts and festivals. White Oak Amphitheatre features a seating capacity of 7,061, including more than 2,000 reserved seats (please note…Read more
The Atlantic Coast Conference Hall of Champions honors the past and present ACC coaches and athletes. The exciting, interactive Hall of Champions includes artifacts from games and players and photos of every athlete in the conference. From ACC Men’s and Women’s Basketball, ACC Baseball, to ACC Track & Field and beyond, the Hall of Champions…Read more
June 23-July 28, 2018 Greensboro comes alive during Eastern Music Festival’s five week summer season. Featuring concerts and music related events, EMF is recognized as one of NC’s “musical treasures.” Concerts feature both orchestral and chamber music with internationally-acclaimed guest artists. Admission fee for most events.