North Carolina 2013 Fall Events

The Fall season a time of Harvest and Celebration in North Carolina. Find a list of events below 

It would take a team of writers to list and review all the hundreds and hundreds of events, big and small, that will be taking place this 2013 Fall season. Below is a list of a handful of what are considered the best and most worthwhile events and festivals taking place throughout the state of North Carolina this year.

This site primarily focuses on wineries so you will find many things happening at wineries on the list but you will also find much more.

We hope you enjoy this Fall season.

North Carolina 2013 Fall Events List

Asheville Events:

Hank Williams Lost Highway – A musical biography put on at the Flat Rock Playhouse in Asheville. If you’re a Hank fan then you should not miss this musical event. The story on stage is set to over 20 of the best Hank Williams songs. As you enjoy the music you will also learn about his life growing up, his successes, his failures and his troubles. The event runs from October 2nd – November 3rd. Visit the official site for more information.


Palisades Halloween Festival - This is a free family friendly event with a lot fun features. Pick and decorate pumpkins, painted faces, a costume contest, food and beverages and one of the best haunted houses in the Charlotte NC area. The event takes place on Saturday October 12th 2013 from 2 – 5 PM. For more information and directions to the event please visit the official website.

Raleigh Fall 2013 Events

Burning Lights Tour - October 20th 2013 Christian Music at the Booth amphitheater. Its Chris Tomlin and his Burning Lights Tour. With number #1 hits like “Whom Shall I fear”, “Our God”, “How Great is our God” Chris is without a doubt one of the very best this music genre has ever seen. Table seats cost $35 and lawn seats cost $25. For more information call  919-459-8319.

Fall in the Yadkin Valley

A list of the events taking place at the different wineries in the Yadkin Valley.

Harvest Festival Kickoff at Shelton Vineyards – A family friendly evening of bonfires and hayrides and also a lot of great food. Takes place on Friday Oct 11th at 6:30 pm. Learn about reservations

Caldwell Country NC Agricultural Fair - Join the celebration of the community and harvest at one of North Carolina’s oldest fairs running from Tuesday September 24th through Saturday the 28th. Livestock Competition, arts and crafts, bright lights and rides, and plenty of great food. More Information.

Edwin McCain Concert - This concert is on November 8th in Elkin, NC at the Liberty. Edwin is an American singer and song writer.

Yadkin GO FAR 5K & 1 Mile Fun Run – Are you a runner looking for a challenge this Fall? Some of the areas best runners will be participating in this Fall 2013 5k and 1 mile run, so you better lace your shoes up tight. This takes place on November 16th at 9:00 am at the Yadkin Valley Community Hospital. To register for the race call 336-679-7962. You must register by Nov 11th.

Four Seasons Wine Tasting Dinners - At the beginning of every new season the people at Raffaldini Vineyards located in Ronda, NC (Yadkin Valley just west of Winston-Salem) hold a special wine tasting event with foods and wines specially selected to match the season. On October 5th will be their Autumn event. You can review this event and see the dinner menu and planned wines on their winery website.

Winston-Salem Fall 2013 events

Halloween in Old Winston Salem – A city famous for its 17th century witch trails. But for a long time after, Halloween wasn’t celebrated here like it was in other parts of the United States. Would you want to get hung for dressing like a witch or ghost??? But in the 21st century things have changed… Winston-Salem has become one of the most active and spookiest cities to celebrate this holiday in. Events in 2013.

On the North Carolina Coast

Thanksgiving Feast – Come to Duplin Winery in Rose Hill, NC for their 2nd annual Thanksgiving Celebration on Nov 14th


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