The Cabarrus Arts Council is dedicated to providing a wide variety of cultural arts programs that celebrate the rich diversity of our county and our world. The arts council programs and operates the Davis Theatre and The Galleries, conducts one of North Carolina's largest art-in-education programs for both the Cabarrus County and Kannapolis City school systems, supports arts organizations and artists through grants and workshops, and serves as a catalyst and consultant for public and corporate art.
Brand New Opry at the Davis Theatre Jan. 29
Local favorite Brand New Opry be back at the Davis Theatre on Thursday, Jan. 29. The traditional bluegrass show features an all-star line-up of some of the best musicians in our area: Whittington, banjo; John Culbreath, fiddle; Pete Corum, bass; Mike Wood, guitar; and Jason Wood, mandolin. The show will include some newer classics and the band’s most requested songs.
Davis Theatre Tickets Make Great Gifts
Davis Theatre tickets make great gifts, and you can buy them online 24 hours a day by clicking “Davis Theatre,” then “Buy Tickets” ! The 2014-15 season includes eight performances January-May: The Steel Wheels, Americana, January 24; Brand New Opry, bluegrass, January 29; Jim Avett, folk, February 12; David Domingo and The Fuzzbucket Music Company, variety, Feb. 26; Brand New Opry, bluegrass, March 5; Jeff Little Trio, Appalachian blues, March 20; Sun-Dried Vibes, reggae rock, April 16; and Mac Arnold and Plate Full O’ Blues, blues, May 1.
Through Dec. 20
10 am-4 pm
Both Shop Seagrove 14 and Discover Local will be open two extra days.
Youth Theatre: On the Worst Day of Christmas
Friday & Saturday, Dec. 19 & 20
Saturday & Sunday, Dec. 20 & 21
Old Courthouse Theatre, Concord
Old Courthouse Youth Theatre production featuring local children.
Want to volunteer for the arts council?
The arts council is looking for volunteer docents for The Galleries and ushers for Davis Theatre productions. More information...