WHETHER THE CROWDS are big or small, the performer an indie rocker or a mainstream sensation, North Carolina makes certain the
The Fillmore, Charlotte
To see some of the biggest bands on tour, check out
Recommended: Headbangers in the Charlotte area can look forward to Amon Amarth rocking the stage of The Fillmore on April 20th.
The Pour House Music Hall, Raleigh
The smallest and dare we say funkiest place on this list,
Recommended: Catch multi-platinum-selling artist Nappy Roots playing on April 22nd.
The Orange Peel, Asheville
In the mountains of
Recommended: Upcoming shows include the band Abbey Road playing all your Beatles favorites on March 26th, and alternative rockers They Might Be Giants on April 7th.
Cat’s Cradle, Carrboro
Recommended: After a performance here, head to the corner of 370 East Main for dinner at
Motorco Music Hall, Durham
Recommended: Before or after a show, head across the street to one of NC’s favorite breweries,
The Rock Shop Music Hall, Fayetteville
Dazzling neon lights, psychedelic artwork, and great headliners create a show to remember at Fayetteville’s
Recommended: If you’re in the area soon, the Rock Shop will host the quick-rising shock-rock metal artists Butcher Babies on March 13th.
Red Hat Amphitheater, Raleigh
If you want to get down in the city, head to Raleigh’s
Recommended: When the show is over but the night has just begun, check out Raleigh’s food and club scene within walking distance, like the James Beard Award-winning