Your weekend guide for September 25-28

Meteorologist Liz Horton says there's a lot to look forward to in the forecast this weekend: plenty of sunshine and highs in the upper 70s to low 80s.

And there's no shortage of great events to enjoy around the Triangle:

1. Capital City Bikefest Fri-Sun
The streets of Raleigh will roar to life this weekend as the 10th Annual Capital City Bikefest takes over. Fayetteville Street will host stunt shows, custom bike shows and a tattoo festival. More than 100,000 people attended last year, so get downtown early. Details

2. The Connells' 30th anniversary show Saturday 3:30pm | Starting at $15
The Raleigh-based band is celebrating 30 years! See the Southern alternative rockers during their anniversary show at Raleigh Little Theatre. Details

2. Carrboro Music Festival Sat-Sun | FREE
The Carrboro Music Festival features more than 180 acts and 25 indoor and outdoor venues. The free event will have a variety of music, like The Love Language and The Hey Brothers. Details

4. Final Friday Art Walk in Cary Friday | FREE
It's time for the monthly Final Friday art walk in Cary and there are several great receptions in downtown. One that's caught our eye is "FARM" by artist Jayne Walther at Village Art Circle. "FARM" features a collection of photographs captured at urban community gardens and farms in the area. Details

5. ORO Grey Goose dinner Tuesday Sept. 30 at 6:30 | $50 per person
ORO is teaming up with Grey Goose for a five-course dinner! Each course from Chef Chris Hylton's specialty menu will be accompanied by a cocktail made from one of the Grey Goose lines. A Grey Goose ambassador will be on hand to discuss the various cocktails. Details

Also coming up:

- International Folk Festival in Fayetteville | Details
- Beericana Craft Beer and Music Festival in Holly Springs | Details
- Rocktoberfest at Guglhupf in Durham | Details

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