Local Things To Do In Raleigh This Weekend – June 7, 2024

Local Things To Do In Raleigh

We’ve got your weekend lineup, Raleigh! Check out these local options to keep you busy this weekend!

Bold Batch Creamery Pop-Up at Hartwell 6/7
Drop by Hartwell for a scoop from Bold Batch Creamery from. 6pm-8pm. More info. 

First Friday at TrunkShow 6/7
Free popsicles, beer, wine, and sales throughout the store at TrunkShow! 5pm-7pm More info.

Pot-A-Palooza at Logan’s Garden Shop 6/7-6/8
Spruce up your outdoor space with discounts of 30%-75% off all glazed outdoor pottery at Logan’s. Fri: 10am-6pm, Sat: 9am-6pm More info.

3rd Annual Pride Market at Hartwell 6/8
Local food and makers, music, and more! 620 W South St., Raleigh. $10/person. 12pm-4pm More info.

A Beauty Affair at Lafayette Village 6/8
Experience an exclusive Beauty Affair event featuring the latest beauty and skin trends, brows, nails and blow outs. Discover new products, promotional rates on services, giveaways, refreshments, and mingle with fellow beauty enthusiasts. 4pm-7pm. More info.

Raleigh Foodie Fare at Iron Works 6/8
Calling all foodies! SLR member The MAKRS Society is hosting their monthly foodie and art market this Saturday from 11am-3pm. The Foodie Fare will feature 40+ local vendors, 13+ food trucks, drinks, live music, and more! Raleigh Iron Works – 1101 E Whitaker Mill Rd. More info.

The Underground Market at North Hills 6/9
Check out The MAKRS Society’s market and concert series. 50+ local vendors, food trucks, workshops, live music, and more at CCU Midtown Park at North Hills. 11am-3pm More info.

Sunday Yoga at Trophy Maywood 6/9
Meet inside the brewery or – if it’s warm and sunny – out back on the lawn for a 60-minute yoga flow at Trophy Maywood! This class is great for all experience levels – beginners welcome! Bring your mat and any props you like to use. One drink ticket is included with your registration, so stick around after class to enjoy a Trophy pint or non-alcoholic beverage and relax with the crew. 11am. More info.

Sunday Yoga at Riparian Provision Co. 6/9
Enjoy yoga with Gray Lucas and a beverage after class at Riparian Provision Co. $15/person 12pm. More info.

A Place At The Table Food Truck Rodeo 6/9
Come one, come all to an amazing time with great food and even better community! This is the third annual pay-what-you-can Food Truck Rodeo, and it is bigger, better, and more delicious than ever. Enjoy food from The Spinning Plate, Q-spresso, Camino Coffee, Bulkogi, Magdalena’s Chimney Cakes, Locopops, Season It Up Vegan, Goodness GraceUs, G’s Tacos, and Tombachi! Plus Axes & Ales and a few nonprofit rockstar partners! The event will be held in the parking lot across from A Place At The Table. 11am-2pm. Tickets and info.

Macrame Making at Copperline Plant Co. 6/9
Struggling to find room for your growing plant collection? Have no fear! Kat McDaniel, macrame-maker extraordinaire, will teach you how to make your very own macrame plant hanger! Join the Macrame Plant Hanger class on June 9th from 3 to 5pm! This class will take place at Copperline Plant Company, located at 23 W Hargett St in Downtown Raleigh. Attendees will learn to make their own macrame and will select their very own potted houseplant to hang in its new home! $65/person. Tickets

Hell Yes Ma’am It’s Pride at Raleigh Brewing 6/9
Celebrate LGBTQ+ Pride month at the annual Hell Yes Ma’am it’s Pride event! Enjoy live music, a special beer release, and more at Raleigh Brewing! 12pm-6pm More info.

Live Music
6/7 George Porter Jr. & Runnin’ Pardners at Lincoln Theatre 7pm Tickets

6/7 Adhesive (Stone Temple Pilots) with Exploder (Audioslave) at The Pour House 8pm Tickets

6/8 Saosin at Lincoln Theatre 7pm Tickets

6/8 Brothers Osborne at Red Hat Amphitheater 8pm Tickets

6/8 Duck w/ Edgewood Heavy, Hot Wendy at The Pour House 8pm Tickets

6/9 The Bryson Tiller Tour at Red Hat Amphitheater 8pm Tickets

6/9 Jaimee Harris with Special Guest Wes Collins at The Pour House 6pm Tickets

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