Raleigh, N.C. — Bastille, Chris Stapleton and Future will all be in the Triangle this weekend in addition to fun events like the Durham Bulls' Star Wars Night, local markets and more.
Chicago - NFL legend Eddie George stars in this production of the classic musical. The six-time Tony Award-winning musical plays DPAC Friday through Sunday.
Chris Stapleton - The singer-songwriter brings his All-American Road Show tour to Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek on Friday night. Few, if any, tickets still remain.
Future - The rapper brings his Nobody Safe Tour to Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek on Saturday night.
Arsenio Hall - The actor, former late-night host and comedian will play Goodnights Comedy Club Friday and Saturday nights.
Hush Hush: Comedy Based on Secrets - Manbites Dog Theater in Durham hosts this late night show featuring true revelations from people who share a secret they never thought they'd say out loud.
Bastille - The British indie pop band plays Red Hat Amphitheater Friday night.
The xx - This English band will rock Red Hat Amphitheater in downtown Raleigh on Sunday.
Food and sports
Mofu Shoppe sneak peek - The folks behind Pho Nomenal Dumpling Truck plan to open a brick-and-mortar restaurant in downtown Raleigh early this summer. Get a sneak peek of some of the menu items at Mofu Shoppe during a special preview event in City Market on Friday.
Durham Bulls Star Wars night - The team celebrates Star Wars Saturday night. Fans will have a chance to take photos and interact with Star Wars characters throughout the game. The team will also be wearing specially-designed BB-8 uniforms, and their jerseys will be auctioned off online with all proceeds benefiting the Autism Society of North Carolina.
Downtown Cary Food and Flea - More than 50 vendors will be at Ashworth Village in downtown Cary on Sunday for this event. There will be music, food trucks and craft beer.
Raleigh Cat Scavenger Hunt - This bike scavenger hunt will kick off at Spring Hills Cyclocross Park and wrap up with a party at Drink Drank Drunk in downtown Raleigh.
Bike Fashion Show - Oaks and Spokes hosts this fashion show at Dorothea Dix Campus Friday night. See local cyclists model their most fashion-forward yet practical outfits for cycling to work, the park, the store or to a night out on the town. Singles, couples, and families will show off styles from their own closets, while local merchants and designers will model their bike-friendly wares and designs.
Cyclofemme Ride - CycloFemme is a nationally recognized movement bringing woman cyclists of all skill levels together for a ride of celebration. The ride on Sunday will start at the state Capitol building at 9 a.m. and will end at the Raleigh Rose Garden.
Front Porch Art Walk - This 9th annual event will be held Saturday in the Historic Mordecai and Oakwood neighborhoods. From 10 a.m. until 5 p.m., more than 60 homeowners will be hosting artists on their porches and yards. Shop for jewelry, paintings, photography, ceramics and more. Tickets are $5.
GeekCraftExpo - This curated craft market featuring homemade geek goods will be held Sunday at the Durham Armory. Admission is free.
The Handmade Market - This one-day designer craft fair and market will feature more than 50 artists, designers and crafters. Check it out at Marbles Kid Museum from noon to 7 p.m. Saturday. Admission is free. Early bird tickets (for morning shopping) are available for $7.