Best Upcoming Events in Cary, NC This Spring

Spring in Cary is the start of all of the fun festivals, events, and concerts of the coming summer months. Throughout the Triangle, you’ll find many fun things to do, and many of these are right here in Cary near your apartment at Bradford. As you make your calendar plans for the days ahead, here are some local events you won’t want to miss!

A Night Under the Stars A Cappella Concert
Cary Arts Center, May 6
Head to the Cary Arts Center on May 6 for A Night Under the Stars, an a cappella concert put on by the General Assembly Chorus. The men’s chorus will be joined by guest performers Speed of Sound, a women’s a cappella barbershop quartet, Carolina Harmony, a Raleigh women’s barbershop chorus, and Grains of Time, a NC State University men’s a cappella group. Tickets to the concert are $20. The group is hosting two concerts, one at 2:00 and one at 7:30.

Ritmo Lation
Town Hall Campus May 13
Ritmo Latino is a family-friendly musical festival focusing on the Latino music and dance culture. It will bring two stages to the Town Hall Campus on which music and dance performances will take place. The festival also brings in craft vendors and food vendors sharing the richness of Latino culture to the town of Cary. This event is schedule fro May 13 from noon to 6:30.

North Carolina Symphony Summerfest 2017: Play with the Pros
Koka Booth Amphitheatre May 27
Every summer the North Carolina Symphony brings Summerfest to the Koka Booth Amphitheatre, and this year the series starts off with a popular local tradition. Play with the Pros invites the area’s amateur instrumentalists to perform with the orchestra together on stage. If you’ve dabbled in an instrument, visit the Koka Booth Amphitheatre on May 27 at 7:30 to participate.

An Observance of Memorial Day at Veteran’s Freedom Park
Veterans Freedom Park May 29
At 2:30 on Memorial Day, May 29, head to Veteran’s Freedom Park for a patriotic celebration and ceremony honoring the veterans in our local community. There is no seating for the hour-long ceremony, and guests are reminded to bring chairs. This is a great way to remember the reason for the holiday.

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