What's on Tap

What's on Tap

The week ahead: Boyz II Men, special dinners

Posted June 22, 2015

— Our picks to help get you through the workweek:


"America's Got Talent" competitor violinist Lindsey Stirling brings her blend of classical, hip-hop and electronic music to the Red Hat Ampitheater Monday night.


Bull City Ciderworks is teaming up with Bull City Street Food for a five course cider dinner tonight. Tickets are $50 and there are limited tickets available.


Boyz II Men join the North Carolina Symphony for a special performance tonight at Meymandi Concert Hall in Raleigh. Tickets start at $38.


A dinner for a great cause is happening tonight at 214 Martin Street in Raleigh. Dinner al fresco to benefit the Meningitis Foundation will feature courses from 214 Martin Street Chef Matt Thompson, Renaissance Raleigh and Flights Executive Chef Dean Thompson and Eschelon Group Executive Chef John Anderson. Tickets are $70.

Some free concerts tonight: The Gravy Boys play the Back Porch Music on the Lawn series at American Tobacco Campus in Durham and Legacy Motown Review plays the Midtown Beach Music Series in Raleigh.


The PNC Downtown Raleigh Movies Series wraps up tonight with a screening of the documentary "King of Kong: A fist full of quarters."

Head to Fiction Kitchen Friday and Saturday for a special menu prepared with and featuring pairings with Crank Arm Brewery beers. The regular menu will be also be available.

For more picks for this month, check out our best bets calendar. And on Thursday, check back for our best bets for the weekend.


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