Go back in time with a couple Triangle events this weekend – the play Guys and Dolls, based in 1930s NYC and a Vintage Pop Up Market featuring a variety of vendors. Or if you’d rather enjoy some of the more modern inventions like food trucks, check out the Chatham Street Chowdown, which features local musicians too.

Guys and Dolls

Guys and Dolls: Friday, July 24 & Saturday, July 25th: 7:30 p.m.

Based in 1930s New York City, Guy and Dolls is an award winning musical considered to be one of America’s greatest. Nathan Detroit bets high roller Sky Masterson that he can’t get a date with a stuffy Salvation Army dame and it lands him in a more trouble than he expected. This musical features the hottest young talent from 14 Triangle-area schools coming together to present “the show that defines Broadway dazzle” – The New York Times

Guys and Dolls will be presented by the Summer Youth Conservatory at Paul Green Theatre in Chapel Hill. Performances will be held on Friday, July 24th and Saturday, July 25th at 7:30 p.m. and tickets are only $15 per person ($10 for Students 18 & under). Come out to support the arts and our local young talent. Click here to learn more and purchase tickets.

Chatham Street Chowdown

Chatham Street Chowdown: Saturday, July 26th: 5:00 p.m. – 9:30p.m.

Love food trucks, beer and wine, and music from local performers? Then you don’t want to miss the Chatham Street Chowdown held along West Chatham Street in Downtown Cary on Saturday, July 26th. Attendees can look forward to enjoying over 25 food trucks, a beer and wine garden, and music from local musicians such as Scarlet and Peak City Sound.

A few of the food trucks planning to attend are:

 American Meltdown

 Belgian Waffle Crafters

 Cousins Maine Lobster

 Crossroads Kettle Corn

 SweetWater New York Ice Co.

 and many more!

Click here to visit the website for more information and a list of all the food truck vendors.

Pop-up Sunday

Pop-Up Sunday Vintage Market: Sunday, July 26th: Noon – 5:00p.m.

Everyone knows and loves the feeling of stumbling upon a great vintage find at an incredible value. Here’s your chance to experience just that! At the Pop-Up Sunday Vintage Market, shoppers can expect to visit a variety of vendors ranging from jewelry, to beautiful pieces of art, to everything in between.

Listen to vinyl records while you browse the selections and enjoy delicious fare from the on-site food trucks. Not only will you find a great new addition to your home, garden, or wardrobe, but you’ll also leave with the great feeling that you’ve supported a great cause; part of the proceeds of the Pop-Up market go to support great local charities! Click here to learn more about this great event.