Thursday, May 30

Everything going on this weekend in Randolph County

ASHEBORO — There is a lot happening this weekend across Randolph County, here are the events, road closures, and everything you need to know.


Partly sunny, with a high near 77. North wind around 7 mph.

Rain likely, mainly after 2pm. Cloudy, with a high near 59. Northeast wind 6 to 9 mph. Chance of precipitation is 60%. New precipitation amounts between a tenth and quarter of an inch possible.

Zoo City StrEAT Fest

To celebrate the North Carolina Zoo’s 50th anniversary this year, Downtown Asheboro Inc. is hosting a new event, Zoo City StrEAT Fest on Saturday April 20th, from 5-8 p.m. We are bringing all the things you love about downtown to the outdoors in honor of Earth Day, and our friends from the Zoo will be bringing activities to highlight all the great work they do for conservation and wildlife. This event will include outdoor dining, live music, free activities for kids, special pop-ups, and more.


  • Zoo Zones (provided by The North Carolina Zoo)
  • Pop-Up Organic Farmers Market
  • Outdoor Dining
  • In-Store Promotions
  • Live Music
  • Sponsor Booths

FREE Fun For Kids

  • Face Painting
  • Sidewalk Chalk Art Station provided by The Randolph Arts Guild
  • Seed Germination Station provided by the Cooperative Extension Office
  • Bumper Balls in Bicentennial Park
  • Interactive Soil & Water Station provided by Randolph County Soil & Water Department

​Street Closures –  For the event, Sunset Avenue will be closed from Fayetteville Street to Church Street. A portion of North Street will also be closed.

Downtown Map – Click here for a copy of the downtown walking map.


Come join us for a fun day in Level Cross! See where it all began 75 years ago!🏁 Richard and Kyle Petty will be signing autographs for the first 100 people that receive a wrist band! First 100 cars get an autographed Dash Plaque with the special 75th Anniversary design. (Call Petty Museum with any question’s. 336-495-1143)

Get some BBQ – Support Local

There will be two chances on April 20th to get some local BBQ and help raise money for local organizations.

Check out some classic cars in Franklinville

The Annual Spring Car and Truck Show will be held on Saturday, April 20, 2024 from 10:00 am – 2:00 pm at Riverside Park in Franklinville. This is a free, family friendly event! Bring your kiddos and check out the old cars and trucks, suped-up muscle cars and tricked out trucks!

Asheboro Downtown Farmer’s Market Opens

The Asheboro Downtown Farmers Market doesn’t officially open until the first Tuesday in May, but this Saturday and next you can check out pre-market days.

Catch a show at the Liberty Showcase Theater

Born and raised in the Mississippi mud and slow-simmered in Louisiana spice, Chapel Hart has brought a taste of the South to audiences around the world—and everyone is craving more! Made up of sisters Danica and Devynn Hart along with first cousin Trea Swindle, these three southern belles have taken 2022 by storm. Their meteoric rise came shortly after appearing on America’s Got Talent and receiving the second ever “Group Golden Buzzer” which prompted America and the rest of the world to pay attention. Deemed as “America’s Sweethearts” as they claimed a spot in the finals, Chapel Hart received praises from country music pillars such as Tanya Tucker, Darius Rucker and the one and only Dolly Parton. Shortly afterwards, the ladies made their Grand Ole Opry debut and received 4 standing ovations. Chapel has since returned to that iconic stage several times and has quickly become a mainstay in the country music industry.

This independent band has hit the ground running, contending with some of the nation’s biggest country stars and it doesn’t seem like they’re slowing down anytime soon. The accolades kept rolling in as they made a sweep at the New Orleans “Best of the Beat” Offbeat Magazine awards, winning all categories in which they were nominated. The trio took home 4 honors, including “Best Music Video,” “Best Country Artist,” “Song of the Year” and topped off the evening with “Artist of the Year.” The group has recently been named one of Music Row’s “Next Big Thing” for 2023 and CMT just announced that they are a part of their Listen UP class 2023 roster. Chapel Hart is now gearing up for their first nationwide, headlining tour that will kick off in January 2023 and includes over 60 cities so far. Chapel Hart has entertained crowds from coast to coast, and the decision is always unanimous, there’s no experience quite like the Chapel Hart experience!

Ticket prices:

  • Gold Tables – $100
  • Gold VIP – $80
  • VIP – $75
  • House – $55
  • Balcony VIP -$75
  • Balcony House – $30

Do you know about an event we missed? Email the news desk and let us know.