Bull City Top 5 :: July 2017

July Events in Durham

Here's your Bull City Top 5 -- Lots of events and happenings to explore in Durham, NC this July. Enjoy all that the Bull City has to offer... and have a great July 4th holiday!



38th Annual Festival for the Eno

July 1st and 4th 10am-6pm // West Point on the Eno, Durham City Park

The Festival For the Eno is back! With over 70 bands across 4 stages this is an event you're not going to want to miss.  There is something for every palate with over 20 North Carolina Food Trucks. Come with an empty stomach and an ear for some good music. 

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The Soggy Bottom Boys

July 5, 2017 // Carolina Theatre // 8 PM

Grammy Award winning group The Soggy Bottom Boys are bringing their celebrated soundtrack for the major motion picture O’ Brother Where Art Thou to the Carolina Theatre.  The group carries with them a CMA Award for Single of the Year and a Grammy Award for Best Country Collaboration with Vocals, both for the song “I Am A Man of Constant Sorrow” written by Dick Burnett. 

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Soggy Bottom Boys

Fullsteam Ahead! Bull City Run Club

July 5, 2017 (Every Wednesday) // Fullsteam Brewery 

Fullsteam Ahead! Go for a run and grab a beer with the Bull City Run Club every Wednesday.  If you're looking to stay in shape this summer or if you're like us and just like beer, this is for you.  People of all abilities are welcome! 

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Fullsteam Brewery

Cris Jacobs: Durham Central park concert SERIES

July 14, 2017 // Durham Central Park // 6 PM

According to Rolling Stone, Cris Jacobs is one of 10 New Country Artists You Need To Know. Come listen for free to this up and coming artist and enjoy food and drinks from local food trucks and craft breweries that will soon be announced!

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Music in the Gardens: River Whyless

July 19, 2017 // Sarah P. Duke Gardens // 7 PM

Asheville’s own River Whyless is bringing their folk-pop sound to the heart of Bull City.  Their mountain roots bring a unique style that is rhythmic and warm, while maintaining the rich folk heritage they come from.

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River Whyless