Actor’s Theatre of Charlotte (ATC) is a non-profit, professional theatre company dedicated to producing bold and innovative new works by contemporary playwrights. We are the region’s leading professional company dedicated to programming for mature audiences. To see all special events at the Actor’s Theatre of Charlotte – Visit their profile page on our calendar
PRIDE is a Johnson and Wales student organization that seeks to educate the JWU student body as well as the community in which we live about LGBT issues. The group will do so by creating awareness, unity with equality, and opportunity, regardless of sexual orientation, gender, race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, physical handicap or socioeconomic status
NC Music Factory is an entertainment crawl district that offers visitors a variety of options from nightlife to dining. Venues at NCMF include NYC’s Butter Night club, The Fillmore, Comedy Zone and a VBGB – Beer Hall and Garden. The Factory is also home to the LGBT Community Center and hosted the 2010 Charlotte Pride Festival.
Mattie’s Diner is an original historic diner manufactured in 1948 by the Fodero Dining Car Company . With the help of countless numbers of friends and family members, Mattie’s Diner has become the neighborhood diner that is here for everyone to enjoy remembering the way things used to be and create memories for many years and
Located at Uptown’s EpiCentre, a vibrant entertainment, dining and shopping center, Aloft Charlotte Uptown is a new alternative for savvy travelers. The hotel is within walking distance of the LYNX Light Rail, Time Warner Cable Arena and other Uptown hot spots. In the past, the hotel has served as the host hotel for Charlotte Black
Located near the new NASCAR Hall of Fame and other South and East Uptown attractions, The Blake Hotel offers over 300 rooms, banquet facilities and meeting rooms, a coffee shop and other amenities. In the past, The Blake Hotel has been a host hotel for Pride Charlotte and Charlotte Black Gay Pride.
Located in Uptown, the Crowne Plaza Hotel Charlotte is within earshot of some of Charlotte’s most exciting and praised dining, shopping, nightlife, entertainment and event venues. Featuring banquet and meeting space, the hotel has been a regular host to monthly meetings of the Charlotte Business Guild.
Located in Uptown and next to Time Warner Cable Arena, Hotel Sierra is one of Uptown’s newest lodging options. The hotel is within walking distance of the LYNX Light Rail and other Uptown attractions, nightlife, entertainment, shopping and event venues.
Located South Uptown, the Westin Charlotte Hotel is a stone’s throw from nightlife, convention, entertainment, arts, events and shopping venues. The hotel is the city’s largest lodging option and located within walking distance of the Charlotte Convention Center, Levine Center for the Arts, Bank of America Stadium, NASCAR Hall of Fame and other venues. Amenities
Taking its name from the famous outdoor market that thrived in Dublin back in the early 70′s, Dandelion Market provides Uptown Charlotte with a place for friends and family to gather and enjoy the best in food and drink, served with a smile, in a cozy pub setting. Dandelion has hosted HRC events in for
Queen City Theatre Company (“QCTC”) is a non-profit organization that exists to theatrically explore the human experience. QCTC wishes to present theatre that celebrates the many different races, religions, genders, and sexual orientations that exist in both Charlotte, NC and the world. QCTC will strive to create theatre that not only entertains but enriches, educates and challenges
Pride Charlotte, a project of the LGBT Community Center of Charlotte, presents the Queen City’s annual LGBT Pride festival and other events throughout the year. The annual festival is the Center’s largest fundraiser each year. Mission Empowering all lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender (LGBT) and allied peoples to stand as unique individuals and together as a
Siegle Avenue Presbyterian is a multi-cultural congregation in an urban that welcomes and celebrates all people. We recognize and honor diversity. We include people from different races, economic classes, traditions, cultures, ethnicities, genders, ages, and sexual orientations. We stand for peace and justice realizing the vision of a “whosoever” church in the all-inclusive Kingdom of God.
Opened in September of 2010, Amelie’s Uptown will strive to bring a bit of artsy NoDa fun as well as a delicious alternative to lunch time in the heart of Charlotte’s banking district. Complete with Amelie’s signature blue striped walls and an array of handmade chandeliers and decorations by co-owner Brenda Ische of Ische Interiors,
Regional AIDS Interfaith Network (RAIN) engages the community to transform lives and promote respect and dignity for all people touched by the AIDS crisis through compassionate care, education and leadership development. A leader and educator among faith-based and community groups promoting dialogue that examines and deals with the spiritual and social justice issues connected with HIV/AIDS.
With a commitment to customer service and a pledge to create the most comfortable and fun atmosphere in Charlotte, Hartigan’s Irish pub and restaurant awaits! Two floors with cornhole, foosball, and free wifi. You will also find plenty of patio seating to enjoy the beautiful Charlotte weather. Hartigan’s also offer’s a full American Pub menu! See all of Hartigan’s upcoming
Driven by the event’s established purpose to empower and strengthen the visibility of LGBT people of the African Diaspora in the Charlotte Community, the Charlotte Black Pride is a popular annual event that highlights both the diversity and unity of the Charlotte LGBT community.