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Nice downtown area.
no Public Transportaion
In a nutshell
Racing country in North Carolina
So, I received this email from someone on the board of this theatre (I've corrected my mistake in my Courthouse tip!).
"I appreciate your post on Concord, but there is a small problem with your
write-up on the Old Cabarrus Courthouse. It is actually called the HISTORIC
Cabarrus Courthouse, and the OLD COURTHOUSE THEATRE does not perform there
We (Old Courthouse Theatre) are now housed in our own building in Concord. You
can get more information from our website: www.oldcourthousetheatre.org.
More information on the Historic Cabarrus Courthouse can be found here:
Secretary, Board of Directors, Old Courthouse Theatre. "
It's good to see people are paying attention to the material here on VT! Thanks for the correction, Mark.
Written May 15, 2007
Luggage and bags: LIght because its so hot youll die of stroke carrying them.
Clothing/Shoes/Weather Gear: Naked wouldnt be light enoguh but since we all must wear clothes I would suggest light breathable materials and make them in form of shorts, skirts, tanks and tees.
Miscellaneous: It is VERY hot and Humid and will rain at the drop of a dime. I remember many a week with the temperature into the 100's. THe air quality is terrible in Charlotte and on several days they will hit purple and tell you not to go outside if avoidable. This town gets crazy during NASAR season and unless you are coming for them stay away those weeks.
Written Apr 4, 2003
Favorite thing: While there are plenty of modern-day strip malls inside the limits of Concord, the downtown area still retains its charm and most of its slots are full. The old and new courthouse sit side by side and the Cabarrus Creamery still serves its locally-made ice cream. Downtown probably shows more life on weekdays and Saturday mornings. Concord was part of our north Charlotte tour on the last Sunday of March, 2004 which included UNCC, Concord, Kannapolis, and Charlotte north and west of Uptown. At the time this snap was taken, Mark and I were in search of the Dale Earnhardt tribute which, we found out, is located in neighbouring Kannapolis.
Updated Jul 13, 2006