Don’t let summer come to a close without enjoying some of the fun places and events that Charlotte offers in August.
Whether you’re looking to experience live music from your favorite artists, cool off indoors, or enjoy some laughs on a Saturday night, here are a few fun things you can do in Charlotte this August!
Catch a Concert in Charlotte
The PNC Music Pavilion in Charlotte is offering numerous concerts this August for your enjoyment, regardless of which genre of music you love. Located at 707 Pavilion Boulevard, you can buy tickets for the following concerts:
- August 1: Kesha and Macklemore
- August 3: Janet Jackson
- August 5: Counting Crows
- August 8: 311 and The Offspring
- August 10: Dierks Bentley
- August 17: Jason Aldean
For tickets and more information regarding these great music events, visit TicketMaster.com.
Check Out a Museum
With the hot temperatures in Charlotte, it makes sense that’d you want to cool down. Why not do it in a museum? It’s the perfect place for kids before they head back to school and museums allow you to sneak a little learning into their summer vacation!
Your options include the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art, Mint Museum, Charlotte Museum of History, or for more hands-on learning, check out Discovery Place Nature, which allows kids to learn more about animals and nature in an engaging environment.
Whether you choose to see some beautiful art, learn more about Charlotte’s history, or engage with nature, don’t let the summer slip by without visiting one of these great museums—and cool off while you’re at it!
See Jerry Seinfeld Live
On August 18 at Ovens Auditorium in Charlotte, you can see Jerry Seinfeld live at 7 p.m. Doors open at 6 p.m. and you can enjoy this comedy legend on a Saturday evening with family or friends for a night out! For tickets and more information, visit TicketMaster.com.
No matter what summer has in store for you, find time to enjoy some of Charlotte’s many events in August. You’ll love enjoying Charlotte’s many attractions and keeping summer fun until it’s time for fall to arrive again!