Arts Listings, July 9
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The Durham Arts Council will host summer art camps for kids through August. 919-560-2726, durhamarts.org.
FIND YOUR COOL
The Find Your Cool series of free concerts will be from 7-8:30 p.m. Thursdays, July 10, 17, 24 and 31 and Aug. 7, at CCB Plaza, 201 N. Corcoran St. facebook.com/DowntownDurham.
WAREHOUSE BLUES SERIES
Durham Central Park will host the Warehouse Blues Series of free concerts at 501 Foster St. Jon Shain, Melissa Swingle and The River Otters will perform from 6-8 p.m. Friday, July 11. Selwyn Birchwood will perform from 6-8 p.m. Friday, July 18. Lakota John will perform from 6-8 p.m. Friday, July 25. Justin Johnson will perform from 6-8 p.m. Friday, Aug. 1. durhamcentralpark.org.
The Durham Arts Council’s 40th annual CenterFest Arts Festival will be in September. Nonprofit booth applications and food vendor applications are due Friday, July 18. centerfest.durhamarts.org.
JUBILEE MUSIC FESTIVAL
Historic Stagville will host a Jubilee Music Festival from noon to 4:30 p.m. Saturday, July 19, at 5828 Old Oxford Highway. The Branchettes, Boo Hanks and Lakota John will perform. Admission is free. The Bahama Volunteer Fire Department will sell hot dogs and burgers. stagville.org.
BACK PORCH MUSIC ON THE LAWN
The Back Porch Music on the Lawn series of free concerts will be at 6 p.m. Thursdays, July 31, Aug. 14 and 28 and Sept. 4, on the quad in the American Tobacco Historic District. americantobaccohistoricdistrict.com.
“Little World,” an exhibit of animated, miniature displays, will be at the Main Library through Saturday, Sept. 20, at 300 N. Roxboro St.
309 W. Morgan St. July 13: Marc Cohn. July 16: Deltron 3030. July 17: The Milk Carton Kids. July 19: Procol Harum. Aug. 8: Rich Robinson. Sept. 11: Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band. Sept. 13: Justin Townes Earle. Sept. 18: Keb’ Mo’. Oct. 8: Chris Thile and Edgar Meyer. Oct. 10: Joshua Scott Jones. Oct. 19: Charlie Musselwhite, James Cotton, John Hammond, “The Blues Hall of Fame Tour.” Oct. 21: Julian Lage and Chris Eldridge. Nov. 8: Rufus Wainwright. Nov. 12: Cherry Poppin’ Daddies. Nov. 13: Dave Mason’s Traffic Jam. Nov. 21: Brian Culbertson. Dec. 11: David Benoit, “A Charlie Brown Christmas.” Dec. 18: Sweet Honey in the Rock. 919-560-3030, www.carolinatheatre.org.
DURHAM PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
123 Vivian St. July 13: “American Idol Live!” July 26: Maxwell. Aug. 8: Keyshia Cole. Aug. 9: Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons. Aug. 17: 3 Doors Down. Aug. 20: Tori Amos. Aug. 24: NEEDTOBREATHE. Aug. 27: Lyle Lovett and his Large Band. Aug. 30: Erica Campbell, Kirk Franklin. Sept. 26: The Temptations and The Four Tops. Oct. 29: Susan Boyle. Nov. 6: Jason Isbell, Sturgill Simpson. Nov. 13: Straight No Chaser. Nov. 16: Chris Botti. Oct. 4: Ian Anderson. Dec. 2: Mannheim Steamroller. Dec. 4: Joe Bonamassa. Feb. 11: Tony Bennett. dpacnc.org.
MOTORCO MUSIC HALL
723 Rigsbee Ave. July 13: The Jauntee. motorcomusic.com.
SHARP NINE GALLERY
4608 Industry Lane. July 11: Eno Quartet with Elijah Fox-Peck. July 12: Brad Linde’s “Team Players.” July 15: NCJRO. July 19: Greg Hyslop Organ Trio. July 25: Kate McGarry/Keith Ganz Duo. July 26: Eric Hirsh Quartet. Aug. 2: Dave Finucane QT with Keith Ganz. 919-486-5299, durhamjazzworkshop.org.
BULL CITY ARTS COLLABORATIVE
401-B Foster St. July 18 and Aug. 15: “Revamped: New Work from JenJen.” 6-9 p.m. 919-949-4847, bullcityarts.org.
214 Hunt St. Saturdays: Art Market. 9 a.m.-2 p.m. 919-688-8267, www.vegametals.com.
309 W. Morgan St. Aug. 29: Paul Mooney. Sept. 5: John Hodgman. Oct. 3-4: “The Great Divorce.” Feb. 6: John Waters. 919-560-3030, carolinatheatre.org.
COMMON GROUND THEATRE
DURHAM PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
123 Vivian St. Sept. 16-21: “Dirty Dancing.” Oct. 8-19: “The Phantom of the Opera.” Oct. 25: Bill Cosby. Nov. 8: Joan Rivers. Nov. 14: “Ghost Brothers of Darkland County.” Nov. 18-23: “Cinderella.” Dec. 9-14: “Annie.” Dec. 18-21: “A Christmas Carol.” Jan. 7-25: “Wicked.” Feb. 17-22: “Motown the Musical.” March 10-15: “Kinky Boots.” April 7-12: “Jersey Boys.” May 12-17: “Pippin.” June 2-7: “Newsies.” dpacnc.org.
FULL FRAME THEATER
American Tobacco Historic District. July 18: “Tough Love.” bit.ly/1t24RS8.
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