Sun Belt Cities Continue to Boom
Johnston County was the fastest-growing county in North Carolina between 2010 and 2020, and it continues to welcome new residents to the area. A new Zillow report named two North Carolina cities among the hottest in the housing market in 2022. Raleigh came in at #3 and Charlotte at #5 when compared to the 50 largest metros in the country.
The area continues to see new housing communities developing, and home values are predicted to continue rising by as much as 21% through November.
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There's always something fun to do in the Triangle! Here are a few events coming up over the next few weeks.
A Christmas Carol Presented by Theater in the Park
Celebrate 50 years of magic with Theatre In The Park's presentation of Ira David Wood III’s A Christmas Carol 2023. This beloved holiday classic brings joy and festive spirit to audiences every year. Don't miss this extraordinary holiday experience that has become a cherished tradition.
Where: Martin Marietta Center for the Performing Arts/DPAC
When: December 8th-17th
Carolina Ballet Nutcracker
Experience the enchanting Carolina Ballet Nutcracker, a reimagined production that has become the Ballet's most-attended Nutcracker since its debut in December 2022. This modern take on the classic story retains its original charm, evoking nostalgic holiday memories while remaining relevant for today's families. Witness new choreography, sets, costumes, and the return of Mother Ginger at the Raleigh Memorial Auditorium.
Where: Raleigh Memorial Auditorium
When: December 14th - 24th
First Night Raleigh
Join the celebration at WRAL First Night Raleigh, the city's premier New Year's Eve destination. This popular tradition attracts thousands of residents each year. The festivities kick off in the early afternoon and includes a variety of performances and activities throughout the evening in multiple indoor venues across downtown Raleigh. The celebration culminates with live music, the iconic Raleigh Acorn Drop, and a spectacular fireworks display.
Where: Downtown Raleigh
When: December 31st
Local parks & rec
Raleigh is home to more than 8,100 acres of parkland, 78 miles of trails, 22 community centers, and so much more. Favorites include Dix Park, Umstead State Park, and the historic Pullen Park.Get Outdoors »
As the state capital, Raleigh features more than a dozen museums. View the galleries at the NCMA, or check out exhibits at the local science or history museum.Explore Museums »
Whether you love checking out the symphony, scoping out a theatre production, or seeing a concert, you'll find tons of entertainment venues around the Triangle.Upcoming Events »
Raleigh is known for its packed calendar of events—so no matter what you love to do, you'll have no trouble finding something fun to do in the Triangle.See the Calendar »
Wondering What's Around?
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