Durham Magazine June/July 2021

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Live in the Lot JUNE 18

brings its parking lot concert series back this summer. Renowned korist and percussionist Diali Cissokho and his band Kaira Ba “explore the spiritual songs, stories and rhythms of Senegal’s millennia-old Mandé culture” during this performance as guests in 8-by8-foot square pods enjoy the show. Bring your own chairs and blankets for comfort. Motorco Music Hall

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Juneteenth Jubilee JU N E 1 8 The Festivals of Art, Thought

commemorates the end of slavery in the United States with a full-day event that includes a golf tournament at The Crossings Golf Club starting at 10 a.m. followed by an art exhibition opening reception at The Fruit. The exhibit features local Black artists whose work will be available for purchase, as well as pop-up performances, drinks, food trucks and the unveiling of a 40-foot Graffiti Tunnel at The Fruit. and Culture

OUR TOP EVENTS FOR JUNE AND JULY EVENTS ARE SUBJECT TO CHANGE; CHECK WITH ORGANIZERS PRIOR TO ATTENDING Compiled by Claire Burch

Summer Concert Series SATURDAYS

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The Glass Jug Beer Lab presents a lineup of

concerts and food trucks at its South Durham beer garden all season long. See country/ rock/pop band 2Digh4 on June 19; blues and roots quartet Good Rocking Sam on July 3; adventurous string ensemble The String Beings on July 17; and Night Sky Band on July 31. 8

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DPAC hosts

the seven-person, Philadelphia-based tribute group as they pay homage to legendary rock band Led Zeppelin. (Clockwise from top left): Juneteenth Jubilee photo by Tim Walter; Festival for the Eno photo by Caroline Cockrell; Juneteenth Celebration photo by Lawrence Davis III; 5K for Unity photo by Tyrone Irby; Get the Led Out photo by Lisa Schaffer; Summer Concert Series photo by Chris Creech