FREE Concert This Thursday on Wallace Plaza!

LOCALLY GROWN Free Concert this Thursday in Downtown Chapel Hill!
 
Cool summer nights come alive every Thursday evening with FREE concerts and movies until August 29, atop the Wallace Deck, 150 East Rosemary Street in Downtown Chapel Hill. 
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Get ready to dance on Wallace Plaza on Thursday, July 25; beer garden open at 7PM & music starts at 8PM! The Wusses, comprised of local musicians from too-many-bands-to-mention, brings the swaying sounds of soft rock covers (a la, say, Toto) to Locally Grown this week. And the show kicks off with The Whom; playing rock favorites from The Who. 
 
Concert nights feature a beer garden sponsored by Carolina Brewery along with a selection of food from  Bandido's Mexican CafeTop This!, and The Standard Restaurant - all available on Wallace PlazaBring a chair or a blanket - there's plenty of room on the plaza for a picnic dinner!  
  
The Wallace Plaza is on top of the Wallace Parking Deck; car entrance off of Rosemary Street. For all downtown parking options visit www.parkonthehill.com. But why not bike-in to the movie? There's plenty of bike parking space...and it's free! Bikers receive a free tune up Back Alley Bikes and merchandise from Go! Chapel Hill
 
LOCALLY GROWN concerts are no longer cash-only! We've partnered with Tabsprint to shorten the wait in the beer garden lines. Use your smartphone to select the drink you want to order. Place your order on the app and show the bartender that you paid for your drink by swiping the payment slider. No more leaving your credit card at the bar to start a tab. Download the app now!
   
 
     
MOVIE NEXT WEEKJoin us on Thursday, August 1 for a FREE movie night of the summer; we'll be showing The Avengers (PG13/ 2012)Come early wearing your best Cosplay or Superhero  costume. The best costume(s) will win gift certificates to local eateries. Multiverse Gamers  will judge the costume contest and share fun facts about comics and gaming.     
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The Chapel Hill Downtown Partnership is working to bring the resources of the Town, University and downtown community together to maintain, enhance and promote downtown as the social, cultural, and spiritual center of Chapel Hill through economic development. Contact Meg McGurk at 919-967-9440 or meg@downtownchapelhill.com. www.downtownchapelhill.com