TRIANGLE EVENTS: BUZZ ‘N GO CITY TOUR; CAROLINA’S FUNNIEST COMIC; EMILY SAVES THE ORCHESTRA

Kicking off the new year are some great Triangle events for many different people in the community – from beer lovers to comedy lovers to music lovers of all ages. Check out these upcoming events to learn and laugh this week.

Buzz ‘N Go City Tour: Wednesdays – Saturdays at 1pm

Enjoy a guided city tour through downtown Raleigh with Buzz ‘N Go tours. It’s the best way to discover Raleigh’s best sights, sounds, historical attractions and, of course, tastes! You’ll enjoy highlights such as:

 Visiting the Colonial home of Joel Lane

 Touring the NC State Capitol

 Hearing the story about Raleigh’s Grog Alley

 Experiencing Cherry Bounce drink

 Try Muscadine wine

 Explore a National Historic Cemetery

 Enjoy a classic sampler from one of Raleigh’s traditional diners

 Visit one of the hottest new breweries in Raleigh

Tours are held every Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday at 1pm and last approximately 3 hours. Click here for more information.

Cost: $59

 

Carolina's Funniest Comic

Carolina’s Funniest Comic: Thursday, January 7th – Friday, January 8th

Ready to laugh along with hilarious entertainers? Then you don’t want to miss Carolina’s Funniest Comic on Thursday, January 7th and Friday, January 8th at Dirty South Comedy Theater! Each show starts at 7pm and will be hosted by Brian Burns. All the funniest comedians from North and South Carolina in one place! Click here to purchase tickets and learn more.

 

Emily Saves the Orchestra

Emily Saves the Orchestra: Saturday, January 9th – 1pm & 4pm

Presented as part of the NCS Kids Series, Emily Saves the Orchestra will delight kids of all ages! Emily, a spunky 10-year-old, is drawn out of her seat and onto the stage by the beautiful music. She gets more than she bargained for when she comes face to face with the terrible monster, Cacopholous, and battles to save music!

Performances: January 9th at 1pm & 4pm

Cost: $23

Come one-hour before the start time and enjoy pre-concert activities such as face painting, MetLife Instrument Zoo, and Read-A-Roo from UNC-TV’s Kids Club! Click here to learn more.

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