Things to Do: October 2021

    1. Experience India’s most widely celebrated festival at Cary Diwali at Koka Booth Amphitheatre. Also known as “The Festival of Lights,” this year’s celebration features performances from local dance and music groups, a craft bazaar, and food vendors. The evening will end with a dazzling fi reworks display that you don’t want to miss. Oct. 9, Hum Sub and Town of Cary,
    2. Groove to the music with your favorite beach music bands at Park West Village’s LIVE in the District series. Whether you want to sit, stand, or dance, there will be plenty of family-friendly activities at this fall concert series. The lineup includes Too Much Sylvia, The Entertainers, Liquid Pleasure and The Embers. So mark your calendars, grab your lawn chairs, and get ready to have fun. Thursdays Oct. 7-28, Park West Village,


    1. Sip, stroll, and soak up some fall weather at the NC Wine Festival! With samples from over 30 wineries, the selection will have something for all wine lovers to enjoy. Visitors can also grab a bite from local food vendors, shop exhibitor booths, and jam out to live music from Chairmen of the Board. Noon to 6 p.m., Oct. 16, Koka Booth Amphitheatre,

  1. Politics can be funny, especially during a performance of “The Outsider” Play at Halle Cultural Arts Center. “The Outsider,” a comedy written by Paul Slade Smith, follows Ned Newley, who might be the worst politician ever to run for office. Enjoy this show featuring The Peak City Ensemble Players, and have a good laugh at its timely and insightful themes. Oct. 1-3 & 8-10, Halle Cultural Arts Center,
  2. Live music is making a comeback for a great cause, and you won’t want to miss it at Comeback Fest this fall. Band Together and the United way of the Greater Triangle’s fundraiser event is expected to raise $2 million to benefit Triangle area nonprofit organizations. The concert at Red Hat Amphitheater will feature soul and psychedelic rock trio Khruangbin as the headliner and Lee Fields and the Expressions, and Big Daddy Kane as opening acts. Oct. 23, Band Together,

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