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The Pinhook

  • 117 W Main St
  • Durham, NC 27701
  • Primary: (919) 667-1100
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The centerpiece of Durham's gritty indie music scene features nationally touring acts and the region's top talent.

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80's BB's Brunch

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+ GOLDEN 80's music (whatever that means) + PIE PUSHERS AMAZING BRUNCH menu: https://www.piepushers.com/brunch-menu/ + SATURDAY MORNING CARTOONS + BLOODY MARY'S + OTHER SCHMANCY DRINKS


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Ladybits Open Mic

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Tuesday Night Trivia


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Bambara w/ Wailin' Storms, Night Battles

Bambara is a Brooklyn-via-Georgia based noise/punk band with a dark, Western slant. From the scorched blood red plains of Corpus Christi, Texas to the soaked heart of the eastern shore swamp, …


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In Conversation: Branford Marsalis & Aaron Greenwald

In this free lunchtime talk, renowned saxophonist, bandleader, and Durham resident Branford Marsalis joins Duke Performances executive director Aaron Greenwald for a conversation about the …


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Blackspace: Revenge of the Afronauts Album Release

For the past year, Blackspace youth have been working on an album, titled REVENGE OF THE AFRONAUTS. All lyrics written, and beats produced by Blackspae youth during their weekly WokeShops. Executive …


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In Conversation: Anthony Roth Costanzo & Bradley Rogers

The New York Times recently made the astonishing assertion that countertenor and Durham native Anthony Roth Costanzo “exists to transform opera.” On the afternoon of his performance …


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In Conversation: Oddisee & Saleem Reshamwala

Acclaimed rapper and producer Oddisee sits down with Durham videographer Saleem Reshamwala (aka KidEthnic) for a free public conversation touching on Oddisee’s music, career, and how his …


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Visionary Aponte | Gallery Talk with Renée Stout

Public reception and gallery talk with Visionary Aponte artist Renée Stout. Talk begins at 6:30pm. Light refreshments served. ----- INFO & EVENTS: aponte.dukefsp.org ----- This …


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In Conversation: Steve Coleman & Mark Anthony Neal

Maverick alto saxophonist Steve Coleman joins Mark Anthony Neal (Chair, African and African American Studies, Duke) for a wide-ranging discussion touching on his career, influences, and i…


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The Nude Party


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In Conversation: Camille A. Brown & Rick Powell

Acclaimed dancer and choreographer Camille A. Brown sits down for a conversation with Duke Professor Rick Powell (Art, Art History & Visual Studies) about her visionary trilogy on African …


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In the Jazz Tradition Roundtable with Farah Jasmine Griffin

Noted jazz scholar Farah Jasmine Griffin (Columbia University) moderates this special roundtable discussion featuring four of the artists from Duke Performances’ ‘In the Jazz …


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Building Bridges: Habibi

Garage rock delivered in Farsi? That’s what Brooklyn band Habibi plays on Cardamom Garden, its delightful 2018 album. At the start of its finale, singer Rahill Jamalifard launches into a …


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Durham Convention & Visitors Bureau
212 W Main St #101
Durham, NC 27701 USA
Phone: (919) 687-0288
Toll Free: (800) 446-8604