Raleigh, N.C. — Two musicals continue their runs in the Triangle, a country star plays Greensboro and local hip-hop talent take the stage this week.
Monday: Country singer Luke Bryan plays Greensboro Coliseum tonight. This show was originally scheduled for Thursday, Feb. 13, but was rescheduled due to inclement weather. All previous tickets will be honored.
Tuesday: Two theatrical events continue their runs in Raleigh and Durham. Catch The Book of Mormon at DPAC or Les Miserables at Raleigh Memorial Auditorium this evening. Tickets for the Book of Mormon are hard to come by, but Les Miserables still has some available.
Wednesday: Live music - Bluegrass Soiree at Irregardless Cafe in Raleigh.
Thursday: The circus comes to PNC Arena this week. Opening night is Thursday for Ringling Bros. & Barnum & Bailey: Built to Amaze, and the show continues through Sunday. Tickets start at $15.
There are two food-centric events happening this evening. The Science of Eats at the NC Museum of Life and Science combines science with some of the area's tastiest local products. Tickets are $20 for members and $24 for the general public.
Also in Durham is Belly Up: Public House Night at The Cookery, featuring good eats from Chirba Chirba for dinner and Milk & Honey for dessert.
Friday: Head to Devine's for the first of DURM Hip Hop Summit's monthly concert series. Kourvioisier, Joe Crush and Toon & The Real Laww will kick off the series.
For more fun events every day this week, take a look at our Best Bets calendar. Check back on Thursday for this weekend's Best Bets.