Are you sticking around Raleigh for the holiday weekend? There is so much to do including live music, comedy, festivals, football, GOOD FOOD, and more! Here are a couple of events that we are excited about that are happening in Raleigh between Friday, August 30 and Sunday, September 1. As always, we would love to have you join us for your night out. Make a reservation at the button below.
Friday, August 30
Craig Robinson – Craig Robinson, known for playing Darryl in NBC’s The Office, will be at Improv Raleigh all weekend. There are shows at 9:30 p.m. on Friday and Saturday night leaving plenty of time to grab dinner or drinks with us before the show. Purchase tickets.
Saturday, August 31
ECU vs. NC State – It’s the first college game of the season and whether you are heading to the game or watching from your house, it is sure to be fun. Kick-off is at noon. You will be hungry after all that cheering. We open at 5 p.m. and would love to be your post-game party spot.
African American Cultural Festival – The African American Cultural Festival of Raleigh and Wake County is celebrating ten years this weekend. The festival is an annual celebration of African American culture as expressed through art, music, and community. Over the past nine Labor Day weekends, the two day festival has connected diverse people and families from across our region with local, national, and international artists, performers, food vendors, area business owners, and our local media outlets. The festival has become Raleigh’s premiere destination for teaching, sharing, and celebrating the distinctive folk and cultural traditions of African Americans here in North Carolina and from around the world. Learn more. After a great day of exploring the festival – come relax off your feet on our outdoor patio!
Intocable – Percepcion Tour 2019 – See one of the most influential groups in the Tejano/Norteño music scene on Saturday night at The Ritz. Their road to success began twenty years ago in Zapata, Texas when friends Ricky Muñoz and René Martínez dreamed of bringing their songs to the world as they crafted a unique and extraordinary style of music which expertly fuses Tejano conjunto music, Norteño folk rhythms, pop ballads, and rock. Tickets are on sale now. Fuel up for an evening of dancing with dinner at Mulino before the show.
Sunday, September 1
We are closed every Monday, and will not be open for Labor Day. Spend your Sunday night with us to get you ready for the holiday tomorrow!