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What's on Tap

Weekend events change venues, cancel due to weather

Posted September 30, 2015
Updated October 2, 2015

Thousands braved the rainy weather to enjoy Beer and Bacon at Koka Booth Amphitheatre in Cary on March 29, 2014.

— The threat of a very wet weekend in the Triangle have some events changing venue or canceling this weekend.

Here's a rundown of the latest on event changes for the weekend (This list will be updated as more events are added):

Moved Indoors

Wide Open Bluegrass - (Indoors) Red Hat Amphitheater shows for Friday and Saturday have been moved to the Raleigh Convention Center.

Wide Open Bluegrass Street Festival - (Indoors) Organizers announced Thursday morning that this free festival, which includes live music on multiple stages, a food court, arts, crafts and other vendors, will move to the Raleigh Convention Center.

Canceled

Fox 50 Family Fest - This event scheduled for Saturday at American Tobacco has been canceled. But you can still buy ducks to help raise money for Ronald McDonald House. Details are on Fox50.com.

Alzheimers North Carolina Walk - The even planned for Saturday at Koka Booth Amphitheater has been canceled, but they are doing a virtual walk. Details are on the ALZNC Facebook page.

Touch a Truck at Northgate Mall{{/a} - This event planned Saturday has been canceled.

{{a href="event-14940658"}}Block Gallery's Opening reception for Sacred Spaces and Dog Adoption Event - This event has been postponed until further notice. The exhibition remains on view through Nov. 13.

Chatham Street Chowdown - The event scheduled for Sunday in downtown Cary is canceled.

{{a href="10"}}Midtown Farmers Market at North Hills{{/a}} - The event planned on Saturday has been canceled due to weather.

Still on?

Triangle Oktoberfest (Still on) - Organizers say the event will go on rain or shine. There will be an oversized tent and many ponchos. You can also bring in umbrellas. Keep an eye out though because this might get canceled.

Postponed

Fall Arts Fair at Sertoma Arts Center - This event has been moved to Saturday, Nov. 14.

Carolina Renaissance Festival in Huntersville - The opening of its eight weekend session has been postponed to Sunday, Oct. 4.

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