Raleigh, N.C. — A look at what's happening this week in the Triangle:
The Got to Be NC Competition Dining Series is in the semi-finals! Dinners tonight and Tuesday will determine who battles for the red jacket next week!
Like to sing? Check out Motorco's weekly Pop-Up Chorus, which gives people the chance to sing regardless of ability. Just show up, get your lyric sheet and sing. Admission is $7.
Have some fun at the UniverSoul Circus at Walnut Creek Amphitheatre in Raleigh. This hip-hop inspired circus begins its run tonight and will be in Raleigh through March 15.
Also tonight, Gov't Mule brings its 20th anniversary tour to the DPAC.
It's like the 1990s all over again! Alternative rockers Bush are playing The Ritz and singer-songwriter Michael Bolton performs at the DPAC.
Live music fans are in for a treat tonight when "The Sing-Off Live Tour" visits the Duke Energy Center in Raleigh tonight. The live show features a capella groups who performed on the reality show.
It's First Friday in downtown Raleigh! If you like comedy check out Common 414 for a free comedy show featuring great local female comics. The Eyes up Here Comedy Showcase starts at 8 p.m.