Neil Young

Friday, Apr 15

Cuegrass Festival

Saturday, Apr 16

Jimmy Buffett

Tuesday, Apr 19

Steve Miller & Greg Allman

Wednesday, Apr 20

Bill Maher

Thursday, Apr 21

The Watson Twins/Amos Lee

Friday, Apr 22


Thursday, Apr 28


Wednesday, May 4


Tuesday, May 10

Kevin Hart

Friday, May 13


Tuesday, May 31

Matt and Kim

Thursday, Jun 2

B.B. King

Friday, Jun 3

Raleigh Ringers

Sunday, Jun 5

Josh Groban

Saturday, Jun 11

The Decemberists

Saturday, Jun 11

Katy Perry

Tuesday, Jun 14

Def Leppard

Friday, Jun 24

Keith Urban

Saturday, Jun 25

Cirque du Soleil's Alegria

Wednesday, Jul 6

Tim McGraw

Friday, Jul 8

Plug-in 2011 Conference

Monday, Jul 18

Kenny Chesney

Friday, Aug 5


N.C. Museum of Art Announces Outdoor Entertainment Series

ncmaThe North Carolina Museum of Art today announced their concert and film season for the upcoming summer. All events take place at the museum’s outdoor amphitheater.

4/12 Update: Now with Google goodness! Click on the Google Calendar button beside each event to add it to your Google Calendar. Another option is to click the “Calendars” tab at the top of the page and subscribe to the gogoraleigh DoIt Calendar.


check[1] The Swell Season – Friday, May 21, 8 pm. Tickets: $10-$30
check[1] NCMA and PineCone present: An Evening with Patty Griffin and Special Guest Buddy Miller – Wednesday, June 2, 8 pm. Tickets: $10-$30
check[1] Tift Merritt – Saturday, June 5, 8 pm. Tickets: $9-$25
check[1] NCMA and North Carolina Opera present Casual Classics II: Opera and Broadway in the Museum Park – Saturday, June 12, 8 pm Tickets: $10-$40
check[1] Red Clay Ramblers – Saturday, July 24, 8 pm. Tickets: $9-$25
check[1] Joan Baez – Sunday, August 1, 7 pm. Tickets: $10-$35
check[1] Los Lobos – Saturday, August 7, 8 pm. Tickets: $10-$30

Dan Zanes and Friends – Sunday, August 15, 4 pm. Tickets: $9-$18

check[1] Open Dream Ensemble: Peril on the Red Planet Saturday, August 28, 4 pm. Tickets: $5-$10
check[1] Paperhand Puppet Intervention – Friday, September 10, 6:30 pm. Saturday, September 11, 6:30 pm. Tickets: $7.50-$15


check[1] Friday, June 4, 9 pm – Invictus, (2009) PG-13
check[1] Friday, June 11, 9 pm – (500) Days of Summer, (2009) PG-13
check[1] Friday, June 18, 9 pm – The Damned United, (2009) R
check[1] Saturday, June 19, 9 pm – Family Movie Night: Monsters vs. Aliens, (2009) PG
check[1] Friday, June 25, 9 pm – It’s Complicated, (2009) R
check[1] Saturday, June 26, 9 pm – Up in the Air, (2009) R
check[1] Friday, July 9, 9 pm – The Hurt Locker, (2009) R
check[1] Saturday, July 10, 9 pm – The Blind Side, (2009) PG-13
check[1] Friday, July 16, 9 pm – Where the Wild Things Are, (2009) PG
check[1] Saturday, July 17, 9 pm – Star Trek, (2009) PG-13
check[1] Friday, July 23, 9 pm – Julie & Julia, (2009) PG-13
check[1] Friday, July 30, 9 pm – An Education, (2009) PG-13
check[1] Saturday, July 31, 9 pm – Family Movie Night: Ice Age: Dawn of the Dinosaurs, (2009) PG
check[1] Friday, August 6, 9 pm – Sherlock Holmes, (2009) PG-13
check[1] Friday, August 13, 8:30 pm – Bright Star, (2009) PG
check[1] Saturday, August 14, 8:30 pm – Fantastic Mr. Fox, (2009) PG
check[1] Friday, August 20, 8:30 pm – The Big Lebowski, (1999) R
check[1] Saturday, August 21, 8:30 pm – Crazy Heart, (2009) R
check[1] Friday, August 27, 8:30 pm – The Breakfast Club, (1985) R



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  • Subway Scoundrel Said:

    This will be a great show !!!!

    NCMA and PineCone present: An Evening with Patty Griffin and Special Guest Buddy Miller – Wednesday, June 2, 8 pm. Tickets: $10-$30

  • Kevin Said:

    I’ve already seen most of these movies, but good news is so many are worth seeing again.

    Definitely gotta catch Lebowski.

  • Rob E. Said:

    I was just on their site looking for the line-up the other day, but it wasn’t there yet. Thanks for keeping us in the know.

  • Andy Said:

    Why are they wasting tax dollars to show movies you could rent at redbox six months ago? Shouldn’t they be showing…I don’t know, Artsy movies or at least indy films or something.

    This is an art museum, not the $2 theater on Blue Ridge.

  • Subway Scoundrel Said:

    Not sure how they are wasting tax payer $$ when they can go to Redbox and rent it for a $1 and then charge 200 people a $1 to get in just so they can sit outside. Show me a mutual fund that will turn a $ over that fast? Sounds like government cost savings to me !!!!

  • Andy Said:

    Point well taken, Subway. What I was really questioning was why the museum was showing so many recent, commercially mainstream films? As THE art museum for the state, shouldn’t they show films and documentaries, et. al that provoke thoughts and questions about ART?

  • Abby Said:

    I really can’t believe you have to do all the work for them. They should have their own GCal feed of this stuff. Just said so on their FB page.

  • Alesia Said:

    Andy-Just wanted to let you know that our fall and winter film series both feature classic cinema, documentaries, and art house films. Over the years we’ve found that award-winning and blockbuster films are a better fit for outdoor movies.
    -Alesia with the NCMA

  • Jen Said:

    I’m excited to see all of those movies – yes, you might be able to rent them at RedBox, but they’ll probably bring some people to the museum who might not go without them. And once they go there once, it’s a lot more likely that they’ll come back to see the exhibits.

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