FESTIVALS/EVENTS POETRY ON THE HILL FESTIVAL
: Downtown Chapel Hill. March 24: Poetry workshops and performance by the Sacrificial Poets. Beginners performance workshop: 4:15 p.m., Street Scene Teen Center, 179 E. Franklin St. Advance performance workshop: 4:15 p.m., R&R Grill, 137 E. Franklin St. Open Mic and Last Chance Youth Slam, 6-9 p.m., Wallace Plaza. 439 Henderson Tanyard Road, Silk Hope. April 19-22: Live music, dance, workshops, childrens activities, food, camping and more. shakorihills.org SHAKORI HILLS GRASSROOTS FESTIVAL OF MUSIC & DANCE
: 1439 Henderson Tanyard Road, Silk Hope. April 19-22: Live music, dance, workshops, childrens activities, food, camping and more. shakorihills.orgMUSIC ACKLAND ART MUSEUM
: UNC Campus. March 18: MGL: Fracking Music! Part 2. Music in the Galleries Series. 1 p.m. Free. www.ackland.org ARTSCENTER:
300-G E. Main St., Carrboro. March 15: Scythian. March 16: The Boxcars. March 17: Mountain Heart. March 23: Lunasa, Leyla McCalla. March 27: Leo Kottke. March 31: Darrell Scott. May 10: Teada with Seamus Begley. May 18: Dar Williams. June 7: Jake Shimabukuro. June 17: Royal Southern Brotherhood. June 20: Johnny Winter. www.artscenterlive.org, 929-2787. CATS CRADLE:
300 E. Main St., Carrboro. March 14: Yellow Dubmarine. March 15: Gomez, Hey Rosetta. March 16: The Devil Makes Three, Phillip Roebuck. March 17: Bowebirds, Mandolin Orange. March 20: The Infamous Stringdusters, Levi Lowrey. March 21: Neon Indian, Purity Ring. March 23: Youth Lagoon, Dana Buoy. March 24: Caltrop, Pipe, Black Skies, Dave Heumann. March 25: John Mark McMillan, Songs of Water, Jude Moses. March 27: Dom Kennedy. March 30: Toubeba Krewe, Marco Benevento. March 31: Orquesta GarDel. Apri 1: Naked and Famous, Vacationer, Now Now. April 3: Delta Spirit, Waters. April 4: Of Montreal, Lonely Dear, Kishi Bashi. April 5: Breathe Carolina the Ready Set, Ashland High. April 6: Alabama Shakes. April 7: Midtown Dickens, Kairaba. 967-9053, catscradle.com. THE CAVE:
452 1/2 W. Franklin St. March 14: Don & Brian, Blackwood and Wormys Open Jam for the Peeps. March 15: The Usuals. March 17: Mary Johnston Rockers & The Spark, R. Mutt, Epiphsis Foundation, Vikingmoses. March 18: Old Lady Bowers. March 20: The Riff, Junko & Fugiyama. March 21: Paint Fumes, Royal Baths. March 22: Aquariums, Lance Whalen. March 23: Plankton Feast, Joe Taylor, Mikingmihrab. March 24: Triple Fret featuring Danny Gotham, Climb Jacobs Ladder. March 27: Tin Pan. March 28: Don & Brian, Supercollider. March 20: Phil Venable, B-Side Project, The Bastages. March 30: Hearts of Knotty Pine, Grant Hart. March 31: Strange Little Folk, Some Army. caverntavern.com, 968-9308. THE CRUNKLETON
: 320 W. Franklin St. First Thursdays: Jazzbeau. 919-969-1125. HILL HALL:
UNC campus. March 23: Faculty Chamber Music Recital. 8 p.m. Free. March 24: Operas by African-American Composers: Highway One USA and Dream Lovers. 4 p.m. Free. March 24: A Night at the Opera. 8 p.m. Free. March 25: Music of Living Women and African-American Composers. 3 p.m. $15 public; $10 students. 919-962-1039. KENAN MUSIC BUILDING
: UNC campus. March 23: UNC Jazz Band performing works of Sherisse Rogers. 4:30 p.m. Free. LOCAL 506:
506 W. Franklin St. March 15: The Dirty Guvnahs, Crowfield. March 16: Kenny Roby, Gasoline Stove, Jule Brown. March 18: David Choi, Russell Howard. March 19: Housse De Racket. March 20: The Business, The Downtown Struts, Bad Idea. March 21: Jonquil, Body Language. March 22: Polica. March 23: 500 Miles to Memphis. March 24: John Howie Jr. & The Rosewood Bluff, The Bayonets, Sarah Shook & The Devil. March 25: Frontier Ruckus, Hoots and Hellmouth. March 26: The Protomen. March 28: Guitar Wolf, The Transistors. March 29: Reptar, Quiet Hooves. March 30: John Wesley Harding, Rick Moody, Joe Pernce. March 29: Reptar. March 30: John Wesley Harding, Joe Pernice. March 31: Wylie Hunter & The Cazadores, Onward Soldiers, The Tomahawks. local506.com, 942-5506. MEMORIAL HALL
: Cameron Ave., UNC campus. March 14: Amsterdam Baroque Orchestra & Choir. March 15: Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis. March 22: Herbie Hancock. 843-3333, www.carolinaperformingarts.org. NIGHTLIGHT
: 405 1/2 W. Rosemary St. March 14: 919 Noise Showcase. March 16: Corn and the Colonels, The Lucky Strikes, Jordan & The Sphinx, Steve Kruger. March 17: Rosie Thomas, Bhi Bhiman. March 20: Courtesy Tier, Morgans End. March 21: Miniature Tigers, Geographer, The Chain Gang of 1974, Pretty and Nice. March 22: Vannaver EP Release, Lizzy Pitch. March 23: Bitter Resolve, Backwoods, Payback, Order of the owl. March 26: Blind Boy Paxton. March 30: Nine-year Anniversary Bash with Last Years Men, Zomes, Wesly Wolfe, Snake. March 31: Nine-year Anniversary Bash with Shirlette and the Dynamite Brothers, Sh*t Horse, Ed Schraders Music Beat. www.nightlightclub.com. PERSON RECITAL HALL
: UNC campus. March 21: Music of African-American composers, performed by N.C. Central University music faculty. 7 p.m. Free. PIOLA
: 54 East. First and third Tuesdays: Chris Reynolds Swing N Jazz Trio. 7:30 p.m. 537-8488. UNIVERSITY UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
: 150 E. Franklin St. April 1: The Viola (is NOT a) Joke! Mallarme Chamber Players. 919-560-2788, mallarmemusic.org WILSON SPECIAL COLLECTIONS LIBRARY
: UNC campus. March23: Music From the True Vine: A Tribute to Mike Seeger, concert and lecture. Lecture, 5:30 p.m.; Concert by John Cohen, Alice Gerrard, Ginny Hawker and Tracy Schwarz, 6:30 p.m.
300-G E. Main St., Carrboro. Through March 20: Acts of Witness: Blood Knot and Poetic Portraits of a Revolution. March 23: Spring Fling, Transactors Improv. March 24: No Shame Theater. 929-2787, artscenterlive.org. COMPANY CAROLINA
: March 24-26: Spring Awakening. Historic Playmakers Theater, 202 E. Cameron Ave. 919-843-3333. April 13-15: Shakespeare on the Quad: A Midsummer Nights Dream. Polk Place, 200 South Road. unc.edu/company DEEP DISH THEATER COMPANY:
University Mall, 201 S. Estes Dr. Through March 17: The Baltimore Waltz. April 27-May 19; Henceforward. 968-1515, www.deepdishtheater.org. DSI COMEDY THEATER:
Carr Mill Mall, Carrboro. March 15: Carolinas Funniest Comic. March 16: Improv Slam, Carolinas Funniest Comic, Mister Diplomat. March 17: Improv Slam, CageMatch. March 22: 5 Dollar Preview, Carolinas Funniest Comic. March 23: Improv Slam, Carolinas Funniest Comic, Mister Diplomat. March 24: Improv Slam, CageMatch. 919-338-8150, www.dsicomedytheater.com. JOYFUL JEWEL
: 44-A Hillsboro St., Pittsboro. March 18: Vision and Voice, the Marriage of Pen and Palette: Writers will read from their works alongside art that inspired it. 919-883-2775, joyfuljewel.com. M EMORIAL HALL
: Cameron Ave., UNC campus. March 20-21: Circa. March 27-28: Whispering Pines, Shana Moulton and Nick Hallett. 919-843-3333, www.carolinaperformingarts.com. PLAYMAKERS
: Center for Dramatic Art, UNC campus. April 9: 8, 7:30 p.m. April 4-22: Noises Off, 962-PLAY, www.playmakersrep.org. PRC2
: Center for Dramatic Art, UNC campus. April 25-29: Penelope. 962-PLAY, www.playmakersrep.org.
THE THRILL: Hectors, 157 E. Rosemary St. Funny Business Live Series. March 16: Bill Squire. funnybusinesslive.com TOP OF THE HILL
: 100 E. Franklin St. Tuesdays: Back Bar Comedy, 9 p.m.. FOR KIDS ARTSCENTER
: 300-G E. Main St., Carrboro. March 31: Animalia, Hoby Fords Golden Rod Puppets. April 28: Farmer Jason. 929-2787, artscenterlive.org.
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