Charlotte November Holiday Events: 2021
THE FLOOD Holiday events begin in November. Below we have put together a few Christmas outings you should know about:
Pirate’s Christmas takes over Caroline Renaissance Festival
16445 Poplar Tent Road, Huntersville
Even swashbuckling dogs celebrate the holidays. The Carolina Renaissance Festival Pirate Christmas Weekend focuses on pirate-themed entertainment and seasonal shopping. The musical group The Pyrates Royale, dressed in pirate clothes and singing songs of sailors, performs throughout the weekend. There’s even a pirate costume contest for participants, and prizes include scallywag loot and tickets to return to the festival later in the month.
From November 23
Light up the Knights and Charlotte’s Christmas Village Partner again
Truist Field, 324 S. Mint St.
This annual Christmas festival features a step-by-step experience with rows of vendors and a European-inspired menu. He moved to Truist Field last year and partnered with the Charlotte Knights’ vacation program, Light the Knights. The collaboration resumes for 2021. Starting November 23, you can head to the stadium, have a bratwurst or a schnitzel (or both), sip a hot chocolate or a beer (or both) and do some Christmas shopping.
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Rev Up for 11 Christmas Speedway
Charlotte Motor Speedway, 5555 Concord Parkway South, Concord
The event behind the wheel of Charlotte Motor Speedway is back, with over 4 million lights along a 3.75 mile course. In recent years, the event has gained a national audience: organizers say visitors to
38 states entered the track in 2018.
The Southern Christmas Show Return
The Park Expo and Conference Center is once again hosting the popular seasonal market this month, with 440 vendor stalls, Christmas Tree Lane, Designer Rooms, Olde Town, and Santa himself. The LeafFilter Entertainment Stage will feature dancers, vocal performances and more; tastings include strudels and cookies.
Holiday shows are coming to Blumenthal
The festive program takes to the stage in the Blumenthal Performing Arts halls from November 16:
How the Grinch Stole Dr Seuss Christmas! Musical comedy at the Belk Theater
Charlotte Symphony Orchestra Alone at home in concert at the Belk Theater
Mannheim Steamroller Christmas by Chip Davis at the Belk Theater
Motown Christmas at the Knight Theater