What’s Happening in the Triangle This Weekend April 2-3

This is QUITE the weekend folks, so strap in! There are so many fun and dynamic things happening in the Triangle this weekend that you’ll never be bored!

via Carolina Blitz

UNC vs Duke in the NCAA Final Four

The stakes have never been higher! This is one bitter rivalry game you’re not going to want to miss! There’ll be plenty of local spots (Person Street Bar, The Player’s Retreat, and even at Dreamville Festival, to name a few!) showing the game so really there’s no reason to skip out on this historic game! The game will be shown Saturday night starting at 8:50. 

Dreamville lineup

Dreamville Festival @ Dorothea Dix

From Dreamville’s website: “The second annual Dreamville Festival will once again provide a thoughtfully-curated, multi-stage music event from J. Cole, who himself was raised in nearby Fayetteville, North Carolina. The festival offers an opportunity for J. Cole to give back to his home state that has helped shape the artist he has become with a one-of-a-kind celebration of local culture, food and art that also features a curated selection of music performers blending together some of today’s biggest national acts with exciting up-and-comers.”

Get your tickets for both Saturday and Sunday here. And don’t worry, they’ll be showing the UNC vs Duke game on Saturday night!

Durty Bull Comedy Showcase @ 206 Broadway St.

Grab a beer and have some laughs on Sunday starting at 4:30 at the Durty Bull Brewing Company in Durham. Comedians Kimberly Daniece, Paul Spratt, Lew Morgante, Jeremy Alder, and Bryan Burgess will perform with trivia afterward. $10 tickets can be purchased in advance or pay $15 at the door. 

House of Art Pop-Up @ 306 E Hargett St. 

From House of Art: “House of Art is a non-traditional pop-up bar at a historic house across from Moore Square in the heart of downtown Raleigh. We showcase local artists of various talents, which can be experienced through our decor, drinks, music, and events. There is something for all people of all ages to enjoy!” 

Check out this multi-room, interactive social museum this Saturday from 6:00p until 1:00a. Make a reservation and get more information here.

New Moon Yin & Violin @ Serenity Farm

6:30-8:00pm on Sunday at Serenity Farm in Durham. Yoga instructor and classical musician Allison Willet will lead you through Yin yoga, a practice of letting go and allowing. This is a beautiful evening practice accessible to all levels. Afterwards, there is the option for tea and conversation under the starry sky. Register in advance here – space is limited. 

Let us know on Instagram and Facebook where you’ll be in the Triangle this weekend! Submit your event for future weekend roundups!