If you've never experienced hearing talented musicians perform in a small, intimate environment, you are in for a treat.
House concerts are a growing trend across the country, where people invite friends and neighbors into their homes for an up-close concert experience. And there are house concerts being held in and around the Wake Forest area that you can check out - you just need to contact the host and ask to be invited.
Several churches and non-profit community groups around Wake Forest host occasional coffeehouses that feature traditional folk musicians and other acoustic artists as a way of bringing the community together.
In addition, live acoustic music can be heard in many listening rooms, small theaters and local vineyards and breweries in and around the Wake Forest area. Restaurants and cafes in the area sometimes also host nationally touring musicians.
Below you can find a listing of upcoming shows in these smaller venues by nationally and internationally touring artists.
Places to See Live Acoustic Music
in and around Wake Forest, NC
|Big Porch House Concerts (Durham)|
|The Wake Forest Listening Room at Sugar Magnolia Cafe (Wake Forest)|
|The Pinhook (Durham)|
|Bynum Front Porch (Pittsboro)|
|Joyful Jewel (Pittsboro)|
|Community Church Concerts (Chapel Hill)|
|Unity Center of Peace (Chapel Hill)|
|Flying Saucer (Raleigh)|
|Berkeley Cafe (Raleigh)|
|Wine On Main (Clayton)|
|The Blue Note Grill (Durham)|
|Imbibe (Chapel Hill)|
|The Cave Tavern (Chapel Hill)|
|Pittsboro Roadhouse (Pittsboro)|
|Fullsteam Brewery (Durham)|
|Steel String Brewery (Carrboro)|
|Coastal Credit Union Midtown Park (Raleigh)|
|Daniels Auditorium, NC Museum of History (Raleigh)|
|Lincoln Theatre (Raleigh)|
|PineCone Down Home Concerts (Raleigh)|
|The Cary Theater (Cary)|
|Carolina Theatre (Durham)|
|Sertoma Amphitheatre (Cary)|
|The Clayton Center (Clayton)|
|The Pour House (Raleigh)|
|Motorco Music Hall (Durham)|
|Local 506 (Chapel Hill)|
|Cat's Cradle (Carrboro)|
|2nd Wind (Carrboro)|
|The Kraken (Chapel Hill)|
|Haw River Ballroom (Saxapahaw)|