he Under the Oaks Art Festival is a two day outdoor art show with a variety of Fine and Wildlife artists on the sweeping waterfront grounds of Historic Corolla Park at Whalehead. One hundred year old Live Oaks, open green lawns and casual breezes from the Currituck Sound make for a perfect location.
Gather up the family and join us for a, fun-filled day of great beach music! Get ready for the funky headliner… Soul Intent, a classic horn and dance band with deep roots in Beach, R & B and Motown. With influences from The Phondells, The Sting Rays and The Fat Ammons Band to name a few, you’ll be moving and grooving.
Gather up the family and join us for a free, fun-filled day of great beach music! Opening performances by the new OBX band, Jeremy & the Generations made up of some favorite local Outer Banks artists then, get ready for the funky headliner… The Blackwater Rhythm & Blues Band from Clarkton, NC. Beach music, funk & blues.
Bearded Face Productions invites Outer Banks residents and visitors to enjoy rock and roll, funk and blues at Mike Dianna’s Grill Room in Corolla at the Mustang Spring Jam 7 on Sunday, May 20, 2018 and the first annual Mustang Rock and Roast October 13-14, 2018.
This fun food festival event features: wine tastings, cooking classes, special multi-course menu presentations, brewery tours, tapas crawls, cook-offs and more. There really is something for everyone! It’s four days of foodie heaven and lots of fun activities on the Outer Banks.
Stroll along enchanted garden paths and discover the joy of the season with holiday lights, sights and sounds transforming The Elizabethan Gardens into an illuminated winter wonderland. The radiant glow of the gardens, traditional holiday décor and fantastical displays are a true spectacle to behold.
Flying kegs, a beer garden featuring over 20 local and regional beers, kids zone featuring arts and crafts and a mechanical shark, live music, local food vendors … you can’t ask for much more! OBX Brewtag is presented by Kitty Hawk Kites, The Outer Banks Visitors Bureau, and BrewThru with the proceeds benefitting The Rogallo Foundation. This third annual only-on-the-OBX celebration of flight and beer is not to be missed!
Outer Banks Seafood Festival is a fun and educational experience promoting, honoring and celebrating the area's seafood heritage and community. The festival offers opportunities to meet Outer Banks watermen and see the tools of their trade, including boats, crab pots and pound nets.
The Town of Duck brings jazz to the Duck Town Park annually on Columbus Day weekend. Enjoy live music from a variety of jazz performers beginning on Saturday, October 7, 2017 which continues on Sunday, October 8 with a full day of performances on two stages at this non-ticketed festival.