Music & Entertainment
North Carolina Theater, Salisbury Symphony Orchestra & More!
Rowan County, NC takes great pride in showcasing authentic local musicians, theater, and comedy performances at the various night spots, as well as at special events and festivals. From Bluegrass to Baroque, there is something for everyone!
Explore some of the North Carolina art galleries of Rowan County during your visit!
2300 W. Innes St., Salisbury, NC 28144
Description: The picturesque campus offers a variety of options for meetings, conventions and sporting events. The Tom Smith Auditorium, seating 154, features nearby teaching rooms, which are available for classroom groups of 20 to 50. The campus is also home to Keppel Auditorium, seating 1500, and Hedrick Little Theatre, which seats 250.
Cauble Creek Vineyard
700 Cauble Farm Rd., Salisbury, NC 28147
Description: Cauble Creek Vineyard LLC is an estate vineyard; a new state of the art winery specializing in Muscadine wine products and providing sales of local community goods. They offer quality products to their customers while also promoting future economical tourism growth to Rowan County, NC. Rowan County is proud to say that Cauble Creek Vineyard is recognized as the 100th Winery in the state of North Carolina.
Center for Faith & the Arts
207 W. Harrison St., Salisbury, NC 28144
Description: Founded in 1995, Center for Faith & the Arts set out to be a regional center, to provide a functioning organization for relating faith to the high arts in North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, eastern Tennessee, and northern Georgia.
1021 S. Main St., China Grove, NC 28023
Description: Coleman's has been been specializing in vintage guitars and basses for over 30 years.
Lee Street theatre
329 N. Lee St., Salisbury, NC 28144
Description: Named the 2013 North Carolina Theatre Conference Community Theatre of the Year, Lee Street theatre has become known for the diverse styles of programming offered. These include one-act play festivals, original ten-minute play festivals, off-Broadway style musicals and revues, reader’s theatre, dance performances, original plays, variety shows, live music, and improvisational comedy.
213 S. Main St., Salisbury, NC 28144
Description: The Meroney Theater was the first permanent home of Piedmont Players Theater! Since 1996, PPT has occupied this historic theater. The Meroney houses PPT's Mainstage Season, which includes five mainstage productions, third floor rehearsal hall and administrative offices.
125-127 E. Innes St., Salisbury, NC 28144
Description: Nashville Nights is a private club with annual membership available. It is open to persons 21 and over. Club memberships are available for $5 to qualified applicants and applications can be filled at out the front or back door during open hours. Billiards, streaming country music videos, sports channels in HD, karaoke and live mike nights, deejays, and an upstairs game room are provided.
New Sarum Brewing Company
109 N. Lee St., Salisbury, NC 28144
Description: New Sarum Brewing Company founded in early 2012 has been a successful nanobrewery past two years. Born in the heart of Salisbury, New Sarum Brewing derives its name from the original settlement name of Salisbury’s Sister City “Old Sarum” England. Each recipe begins with a study of an individual style of beer, searching history for proved and tested methods of creating the foundation. New Sarum uses this to find new ways of developing each beers' unique flavor.
135 E. Fisher St., Salisbury, NC 28144
Description: The Norvell Theater seats 251 people and hosts five youth productions per season, seasonal educational workshops and summer theater camps.
Rowan Blues and Jazz Society
PO Box 176 200 W. Fisher St., Salisbury, NC 28145-0176
Description: Our mission is to preserve, promote, and present the art forms of blues and jazz music performed by musicians from the Piedmont region of North Carolina. This will be carried out through educational programs in the schools, community, and at festivals. Youth bands are encouraged to perform with both the more experienced musicians as well as their peers.