Weekend of October 30 = Show UP for Uptown Events

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Friday, October 30

Rocky Horror PictureShow

Saturday, October 31

Saturday fun at Victoria Yards

  • 7th and Tryon – 408 N. Tryon Street
  • Noon – 5:00pm
  • Enjoy live music, food trucks and cold brews from Resident Culture
  • Must be 21 and up 

Saturday, October 31

Halloween Festivities for the Family 

  • 7th Street Public Market, 224 E. 7th Street (Seventh Street Station)
  • 1:00pm – 4:00pm 
  • Caricature Artists 
  • Photo Opportunities 
  • Kids, wear your costumes and receive individual Halloween Bags of candy from your favorite market vendors 

Saturday, October 31 – Sunday, November 1

Exhibition on the BLM Pedestrian Plaza

  • 10:00am – 6:00pm
  • 200 block of South Tryon Street in the Black Lives Matter Plaza
  • Hosted by Charlotte Art League and Charlotte Center City Partners 200 Block of South Tryon Street
  • The plywood murals return to Uptown. The public can view and learn more about the collection created by more than 20 artists. The exhibition will also serve as a launch for an online auction for the individual pieces.
  • Saturday also will include a two-hour open mic poetry event hosted by local poet Jah Smalls and On Track DJ, Sound and Lighting from 2-4 pm. Entertainment is being scheduled for Sunday from 1-3 pm

All Weekend:

Street Eats – We are participating in the City’s Street Eats program by closing specific blocks of Tryon St. in Uptown, and by placing tables in the sidewalks and curb lanes. This allows restaurants to have addition outdoor seating. We are partnering with the new Uptown-focused Intown Delivery Service, to allow restaurants outside of those specific blocks to have food delivered. 

  • Street Eats hours are Friday at 5pm until Sunday at 9pm
  • 204 North, Sea Level, SIP and The Asbury are participating in the Street Eats Program with extended patios. 
  • The block will have picnic tables and special lighting for an inviting experience
  • Center City Ambassadors will be on hand to answer questions and provide hospitality 
  • Food Trucks are scheduled throughout the weekend.

Street Closure – Tryon Street between 5th and 6th streets will be closed from Friday at 12pm and until Sunday at 10pm

Programming – We are providing free outdoor programming in and around the closed blocks. The programming includes small stages for music and fitness classes. There will be street performers and musical entertainment. 

Discounted Parking and Ride Transit – We are also pleased to announce partnerships with Bank of America, Truist and Cousins for almost 4,000 free and $1 parking spaces in Uptown from Friday at 5:00 P.M. until Sunday at 9:00 P.M. in support of this initiative for Uptown. Cars must enter decks after 5:00 P.M. on Friday and vacate by Sunday at 9:00 P.M to qualify for this special flat-rate pricing. The decks are:

  • Seventh Street Station – Free
  • Fifth Third Center – $1.00
  • Truist (formerly Hearst) Parking Deck – $1.00

As always, public transit is a great option. Check RideTransit.org for schedules. 

7th Street Public Market – For a decade, locally owned restaurants and retailers in the 7th Street Public Market have created an urban Public Market vibe. Weather permitting, the Market will have a special pop-up Sidewalk Markets on Saturdays from 11:00 A.M. until 4:00 P.M. The indoor Market is open Thursday – Sunday from 10:00 A.M until 5:00 P.M. with coffee, breakfast/lunch/dinner, juice, fruit specialties, salads, wine by the bottle and glass, beer on weekends, Italian specialties, salads and desserts, as well as special retail finds, specialty popcorn. Try out the new curbside pickup and delivery Uptown. There are two new businesses to check out: Good Earth Essentials and Momo Station. For more info, visit 7thstreetpublicmarket.com

Free Self-guided Tours in Uptown


Cool Globes “Hot Ideas for a Cooler Planet”– Installed at the end of June, the globes are displayed along N. Tryon from Trade to 11th. Public art with a purpose, Cool Globes are designed to educate and inspire on solutions to climate change, with each globe illustrating individual steps we can each take.

There are a total of 35 globe-trotting globes in Charlotte, 7 of which are designed by local Charlotte artists: Max Dowdle, Britt Flood, Norma Gely, Rosalie Grubb, Jackie London, Rosalia Weiner, and the students at Trinity Episcopal School. The Cool Globes Charlotte exhibit was made possible with the support of Discovery Place, Trane Technologies and the City of Charlotte. 

Charlotte Joy Rides, Made Possible by Blue Cross and Blue Shield As part of this activation, the bike share system Charlotteans have loved and trusted since 2012 has launched a new and improved bike experience called Charlotte Joy Rides. There is now a fleet of 343 e-assist bicycles and the addition of 4 docking stations throughout Center City, bringing the system total to 33 stations. The bikes are all painted as art bikes by seven of Charlotte’s best muralists. And, as part of this re-launch, Charlotte Joy Rides is providing simplified, introductory pricing:

  • Flash Pass: $5 for 30 minutes 
  • Joy Pass: $30 All Day (no docking required in a 24-hour period)
  • Monthly and Annual Memberships: $50 per month or $150 per year
  • All bikes must be docked at the end of your chosen ride 

The Flash and Joy Passes are available at any Charlotte Joy Rides kiosk, on our mobile app or website. Subscriptions (monthly or annual memberships) are available on the app or website, CharlotteJoyRides.com. Charlotte Joy Rides is accessible to all. Passes will be made available on an as-needed basis to anyone who would like to use the system but cannot afford the fees.

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