The Weekender



Friday, Dec. 19

Music: Colbie Caillat

Amos’ Southend

The original MySpace-girl-made-good – no, we’re not talking Tila Tequila – shares her talent and prowess for songwriting tonight at Amos’. Sharing the bill is John McLaughlin.

Food: Eat happy and dance the night away at Villa Antonio.

Arts: Give back and do some good with Sol Kitchen and CL at The Gathering.

Saturday, Dec. 20

Food: Andrew Blair’s American Bistro & Wine Bar

Montford Drive

Cozy up to the latest Charlotte venture by the Four Brothers Hospitality Group (they of Eat Here Now and Angry Ale’s) for some winter comfort food.

Music: Hope For Agoldensummer breathes life back into folk music at the Neighborhood Theatre.

Arts: Get fishy with A Tuna Christmas at the McGlohon Theatre.

Sunday, Dec. 21

Film: Elf

Ballantyne Village Theatre

The Retro Film Series continues with its holiday theme, bringing you Will Ferrell’s manic Christmas romp for only $5 general admission.

Music: The Flat Tires and 2013 Wolves rock out at Snug Harbor.

Arts: It’s your last chance to catch Actor’s Theatre of Charlotte’s double whammy of holiday-themed theatrics with The Eight: Reindeer Monologues and Santaland Diaries.

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