Are you looking to shop? What about snack? Well we’ve got quite a weekend in store for you! Raleigh is turning up the heat (literally and figurative) with its events this weekend. We’re shopping local, support local farmers, trying the Triangle’s best tacos, and cheering on the Queens. Here are a few of our favorite things to do in Raleigh this weekend!
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Two words: tacos and tequila. Head south of the border with this all you can taste beer and tequila festival! The fest is offering up some of the Triangle’s best tacos and Mexican food. Sample from over 15 taco trucks, taquerias, and Mexican restaurants with over 30 different types of tacos. Each guest will receive a souvenir glass and endless samples of over 60 craft beers, mezcals, and tequilas! Or opt for the Super Super Muy Muy Taco Session for an extra hour of tasting, more free goodies, and taco tickets, good for any vendor!
🗓 JUNE 26 | 12PM–5PM
📍 4285 Trinity Rd
It’s time for the MAKRS Society’s month pop-up market at Durham Central Park! The market is complete with over 30 local vendors selling everything from home goods to clothing to leather goods to artisan food products, food trucks, and everyone’s morning fave, coffee. The park is conveniently located downtown so do your shopping and then head over to the Durham Food Hall for a delicious lunch!
🗓 JUNE 27 | 11AM–3PM
Shop from a curated collection of accessories, clothing, hood goods, gifts, and more at this picturesque market! Stroll through what feels like the streets of Paris while shopping from some of your favorite local makers. In between booths, duck into the shops at Lafayette for the full experience. And don’t forget to make brunch plans at one of the tasty restos in the village!
🗓 JUNE 27 | 12PM–4PM
📍 8450 Honeycutt Rd
Celebrate Pride Month the best way we know how: with a drag show! Join Queens Amazing Grace, Mx.Merlot, Stormie Daie, and Chloe Cassidy for a night of fun and glitter. Grab your fave pint and order some snacks from J Light’s Market and Cafe and sit about and enjoy the show. The Queens are going all out for Pride and we guarantee it’s something you do not want to miss!
🗓 JUNE 24 | 7PM–10PM
📍 800 Taylor St
Looking for a way to actively support the Black farming community? Look no further than the Black Farmers Market. Dedicated to making healthy eating accessible to all, the Black Farmers Market is back in Raleigh for all your local produce needs. The food at the market was carefully picked only hours before it reaches your hands. Something about locally grown, fresh produce makes it taste better!
🗓 JUNE 27 | 1PM–4PM
📍 1436 Rock Quarry Rd