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Tunes for Tarrah

Sun., July 24, 3-10 p.m.

In April, Tarrah Segal, a Charlottean, was diagnosed with Stage IV cervical cancer, a disease that will strike 12,990 women in the U.S. this year. Charlotte-based and regional artists set to perform to raise money for Segal’s treatment include Chattanooga-based singer/songwriter Nathan Bell, rapper Quent, the Q.C.’s own Saints & Sinners, Charlotte singer/songwriters LeAnna Eden and Grey Revell and more. $10 donation

Evening Muse (map)
3227 N. Davidson St.
NoDa
phone 704-376-3737

Dixie’s Never Wear a Tube Top While Riding a Mechanical Bull

Sat., July 23, 5 & 8:30 p.m. and Sun., July 24, 3 p.m.

If you’ve never had the chance to say ‘howdy’ with this Tupperware-selling drag queen, then this is as good a chance as any. Known as Dixie Longate, this chatty diva is always bubbling with gossip. It only seems fitting that the act has changed and currently revolves around the Old West and a mechanical bull. Come along for the wild ride. $24.50

Booth Playhouse (map)
130 N. Tryon St.
Uptown
phone 704-372-1000

Urban Gypsy Traveling Trunk Show

Through July 24, 12-8 p.m.

Elle Erickson’s mobile thrift shop is coming home. Erickson founded the Urban Gypsy Traveling Trunk Show in Charlotte five years ago, and will return from her usual Asheville hangouts to bring the pop-up shop to Plaza Midwood. The “shopping party,” as Erickson calls it, features gently worn clothing and hundreds of one-of-a-kind pieces from artists that range from massage therapists to henna artists. For more information, visit www.urbangypsytrunkshow.com/#home.

TUFT (map)
1222 Central Ave.
Plaza Midwood

Two to Watch

Through Sept. 10

This exhibit presents two local artists that you should be watching. The first is Nicholas Napolentano, a hyperrealist figurative with a message. The flyer features two semi-nude women in bed in a fetal-like position. The second artist is Matthew Steele, who creates wooden sculptures that resemble complex manmade infrastructures. Reception on July 15, 6 p.m.-8 p.m. Free admission

Jerald Melberg Gallery (map)
625 S. Sharon Amity Road
South Charlotte
phone 704-365-3000
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