This year’s Art of Cool Festival, April 28-30 in Downtown Durham, is jam-packed with activities, events, and concerts that celebrate jazz-inspired music. As much as you’d probably like to, it would be impossible to attend everything, but here are some highlights that you absolutely cannot miss.
Getting the entire family together can be a lot of work, but never fear, the Durham Convention & Visitors Bureau sales team is here to help! Keep reading for their top family reunion planning tips, and then give them a call to learn more about planning a reunion in Durham.
The Bull City offers no shortage of places to experience the madness that is the NCAA Division I basketball tournament, from modern sports bars with televisions literally everywhere you look to more intimate local hangouts. Durham joins Los Angeles (UCLA, Southern California) and Cincinnati (Cincinnati, Xavier) as the only cities with more than one team in the men’s 68-team field this year, so interest will be especially high.
Topics: Sports & Recreation
Durham’s Ninth Street is the all-grown-up version of a college town thoroughfare. Situated between Duke University’s East and West campuses, charming Ninth Street is full of locally owned boutiques, restaurants, and coffee shops.