Pride in Business Expo & Career Fair
Hilton Embassy Suites
401 E. Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd., Charlotte
The Charlotte LGBT Chamber of Commerce invites you to expand your professional network at their annual expo, sponsored in part by Charlotte Pride and showcasing more than 75 businesses and non-profit organizations.
Continues through June 16
Match Game ‘one hit WONDER’
701 N. Tryon St., Charlotte
One Voice Chorus celebrates all your favorite one-hit wonders in this year’s quirky, high-energy summer show at the Charlotte Ballet theater. Ticket prices range from $30 general admission to $500 for a six-person VIP table complete with bottle service.
Continues through June 23
‘The 39 Steps’
Hadley Theater at Queens University
2132 Radcliffe Ave., Charlotte
Actors’ Theatre of Charlotte returns to the stage this Tony Award-winning comedic take on Hitchcock’s classic 1935 film adaptation, with a pop-up pub at each Friday performance. The official June 6 opening follows half-price previews June 1 and 2. Regular ticket prices $25-$44.
‘Six Characters in Search of a Play’
501 Queens Rd., Charlotte
Del Shores, acclaimed writer-director of “Sordid Lives” and “Southern Baptist Sissies,” stages a one-night-only performance of his new one-man show. The event will benefit Stonewall Sports Charlotte. General admission tickets start at $25.
‘Six Characters in Search of a Play’
Winston-Salem Theatre Alliance
1047 W. Northwest Blvd., Winston-Salem
Del Shores, acclaimed writer-director of “Sordid Lives” and “Southern Baptist Sissies,” stages a one-show-only performance of his new one-man show. Proceeds from the event will support the purchase of new audio equipment for the theatre. General admission tickets start at $25.
Salisbury Pride Festival
E. Fisher St. & S. Lee St., Salisbury
11 a.m.-5 p.m.
The Annual Salisbury Pride Festival will be held in Historic Downtown Salisbury featuring local artists, performers, vendors and more for an event for the whole family. Admission is a free. More information is available online.
Salisbury Pride Festival After-Party
The Fish Bowl
127 E. Innes St., Salisbury
Cierra Nichole and Patti O’Furniture host the official Pride After-Party at the one-of-a-kind Fish Bowl bar. The event features an opening set by Unisex at 7 p.m. followed by the main show at 8:30. DJ Bear Tracks and The Massingill Sisters will also perform. Admission is free.
Carolina Voices ‘Creative A Capella’
Duke Energy Theater at Spirit Square
345 N. College St., Charlotte
3 p.m. and 8 p.m.
Carolina Voices’ 18-member ensemble Impromptu delivers a collection of original material and unconventional arrangements of familiar songs to close out its 2017-2018 season. Tickets start at $15.
Biltmore Estate Canine Adventure Tour
Biltmore Estate, Asheville
8 a.m.-7 p.m.
Happy Tails Canine Adventure Tours invites guests to enjoy the stunning scenery of one of North Carolina’s most beloved landmarks, complete with seasonal local menus, wine tastings and guided tours — all with their furry companions along. Outdoor supervision for dogs will be provided while humans explore the interior of the estate’s historic buildings. Current veterinary records are required. Tickets $249.
Continues through July 1
Blumenthal Performing Arts Center
130 N. Tryon St., Charlotte
Nominated for five Tony awards and winner of the 2016 Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding New Score, the innovative bluegrass-inspired musical is set in North Carolina’s Blue Ridge Mountains in the 1920s and 1940s. Tickets start at $25.
Lesbian Speed Dating
Arcana Bar & Lounge
331 W. Main St., Durham
Triangle-area matchmaking and dating coaching service Authentic Connections hosts its first lesbian speed dating event. The event is limited to 20 participants. Tickets are $30 and available online.
Wine & Food Pairing
Not Just Coffee Dilworth
2230 Park Rd., Charlotte
A selection of five wines selected by Josh Villapando of Assorted Table, with sample dishes by Chef Carmen. Tickets are $35.
‘Cleaning Out the Closet’
245 W. Garrison Blvd., Gastonia
Presented by Black Star Theater Company and with all proceeds to benefit PFLAG, “Cleaning Out the Closet” showcases “a collection of coming out stories mixed with music and dance.” Local LGBTQ community leaders will also be present as special guests to share their stories. Tickets are $10.
1000 NC Music Factory Blvd., Charlotte
The iconic rock duo visit one of Charlotte’s premier music venues, supported by opening act The War and Treaty. Tickets start at $32. Standing room only.
Last updated: June 14, 2018, 11:10 p.m.