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DURHAM PERFORMING ARTS CENTER (DPAC)

Consistently ranking in the top 5 of highest-attendance venues in the country, DPAC keeps visitors coming back from across the state for its quality of bookings. With must-see Broadway shows (like Hamilton, coming 2018) and high-profile acts like Bob Dylan, John Mellencamp, Jerry Seinfeld, and the Blue Man Group, DPAC continues to grow in attendance every year with visitors and local season-ticket holders alike.

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DURHAM BULLS ATHLETIC PARK

Iconified in cinematic history with Bull Durham (1988), this championship-winning minor league baseball team is one of Durham’s crown jewels. And 2017 saw one of the Bulls’ best seasons with their sweep of the minor league championships (including the Triple-A National Championship). Attending a Bulls game doesn’t just promise good sports, but a fun, laid-back time that captures everything to love about attending a baseball game—even fireworks at the end of many home games.

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CAROLINA THEATRE

Since the 1920s, this historic theatre has brought film and live performances to Downtown Durham. Along with showing newly-released independent films and hosting special movie series and showings, their intimate 1,048-seat Fletcher Auditorium draws high-calibre artists and events that have included Judy Collins, Regina Carter, Dwight Yoakam, Steve Martin, the NPR show Ask Me Another, and the Second City comedy troupe. With its Beaux-Arts architecture recently restored and its contemporary offerings, the Carolina Theatre stands as a testament to Durham’s past progress and its latest revitalization in the arts.

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DURHAM FARMERS MARKET

All year long, on every Saturday morning, and on Wednesday afternoons from April to October, local farmers, growers, and makers gather in the Pavilion at Durham Central Park. For vendors, the requirement is simple: producers and local only, and no more than 70 miles away local. For residents, the choice to come is simple: the best of fresh and local is available every week right in Downtown. Select from a variety of fresh and seasonal produce picked that morning, hand-crafted goods made by local artisans, fresh-baked loaves from nearby bakeries, and meats, eggs, and cheeses from local, sustainable pastures.

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MOTORCO

In the nearby Central Park District, Motorco Music Hall draws crowds for music, drinks, eats, and community. Motorco Music Hall partners with music festivals, Duke Performances, and a variety of groups to fill the hall nearly every night of the year. One door over, their Parts & Labor restaurant, Garage Bar, and outdoor Patio draw couples, families, friends, and dogs for on-tap beers, specialty cocktails, and a global street menu that includes light finger foods and shareable snacks.

 
 

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