Bull City Top 5 :: July 2019

Here's your Bull City Top 5 -- Lots of events and happenings to explore in Durham, NC heading into 2019. Enjoy all that the Bull City has to offer this July!

 

 

Durham Independence Day Celebration

July 4, 2019 // Durham Bulls Athletic Park

Celebrate Independence Day with the Durham Bulls and fireworks! USA will take on Cuba at 6:05 PM and the firework show will begin at 9:15 PM. Bring your friends, family, and red, white and blue gear!

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Festival For The Eno

July 4-6, 2019 // West Point On The Eno

"Be cool and stay cool on the shaded banks of the Eno River this Independence Day weekend at the 40th annual Festival for the Eno!"

Over 70 different artists will be playing across 5 stages at the festival. Enjoy craft beer, wine, and cider as well as local food trucks. Food and fun for the whole family!

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An Evening With Van Hunt

July 12, 2019 // Durham Central Park, Inc

Enjoy a FREE outdoor concert with Van Hunt!

"Hunt is a distinctive and original talent offering an idiosyncratic melding of R&B, soul, funk, pop, and rock ‘n' roll." You won't want to miss this Grammy award winner's show, and stay tuned for other outdoor concerts coming up this summer!

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Passport To Italy Wine Tasting

July 13, 2019 // Pine and Poplar

You won't want to miss this Italian wine tasting event!

"Passport to Italy will take you around the most famous Italian wine regions to taste and explore. For $20 a tasting ticket you'll be able to taste and compare wine from all over the country. The distinctive differences due to culture and terroir will astound you! Enjoy some wonderful Italian wines and learn more about this wine haven."

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Pork, Pickles & Peanuts

July 20, 2019 // Duke Homestead

Get ready for a taste of North Carolina’s favorite foods at Duke Homestead!

"This extremely tasty event includes BBQ and Pie contests. Guests can taste the BBQ and pick a People’s Choice winner of their own. Venture back in time at the Duke House where costumed interpreters will demonstrate historical cooking methods. Live music and local vendors will also be present on the festival grounds!"

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