What's on Tap

What's on Tap

The week ahead: Beer dinners, Full Frame

Posted April 6, 2015

— A look at our picks to get you through the workweek.

Monday

Nicklepoint Brewing is partnering with Manna Mobile Kitchen for a five course food/beer pairing menu. Dinner starts at 7 p.m. at the brewery located in the Five Points area.

Tuesday

"Jersey Boys" opens at DPAC tonight. The musical tells the story of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons runs through Sunday.

Cameron Bar and Grill is hosting a four-course dinner tonight featuring beer from Deep River Brewing. Tickets are $45.

Wednesday

Things are going to be hot and spicy at Zinda tonight during the Taste of Thai dinner. This five course menu will include authentic Thai cuisine with pairings from Bombshell Brewery. Tickets are $45.

Thursday

Head to CAM Raleigh for Arts Access, an annual celebration of inclusive arts in order to feature and promote artists with disabilities. All donations directly support making the arts more accessible to children and adults with disabilities. The evening will feature performances by the Triangle Taiko's drummers with disabilities group and more. Tickets are $50.

Also, the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival kicks off tonight and continues through Sunday. Films are being shown at various locations throughout Durham. Some screenings are free.

Friday

Four bands compete and only one can win. Band Together NC holds Last Band Standing tonight at Lincoln Theatre in Raleigh. The Nomadic, Dark Water Rising, Diali Cissokho and Kaira Ba and Fat Cheek Kat are all vying for the chance to open for this year's headliner at the Band Together NC main event. Tickets to Last Band Standing are $10 in advance and $12 the day-of the show. VIP tickets are also available.

The Rock 'n' Roll Raleigh Health and Fitness Expo starts today at the Raleigh Convention Center. Check out the latest running gear, get free samples, check-in for the race and more during this free two-day event.

Play some BINGO at Koka Booth Amphitheatre tonight! A Drag Queen Prom Bingo will feature five games intertwined with performances from local drag queens. Tickets are $25.

To see more of our picks for the week, look at our Best Bets Calendar.

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