Spring is here, and the weather in Chapel Hill is becoming warmer.
Although restrictions in the state are lifting, there are still many outdoor, COVID-safe activities in the Chapel Hill-Carrboro area. We've compiled a list including music, movies, baby goat yoga, and more.
Save the Music
Save the Music, a street performance series, is bringing live music from local artists to Franklin Street. On Saturdays from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m, visitors can stroll down the street listening to live music and supporting local businesses.
Kevin 'Kaze' Thomas, the Arts and Culture Director for the Chapel Hill Downtown Partnership who hosts the series, said art and music are vital to Downtown Chapel Hill's core culture.
"For the town to be so heavily known for being a music and an art community from the past, it bodes very well to make right by trying to save the sentiment, or the energy, of what makes Chapel Hill cool to come to," Thomas said. "Our music scene and music culture is a huge part of that."
Each week, the Chapel Hill Downtown Partnerships releases a lineup for the performers and where they will be performing.
Southern Village music and movies
Southern Village is bringing back its Sundays at Sundown series. From April 11 through September, Southern Village will host live music. A list of the upcoming performances can be found on its website.