August 31, 2021
Fabulously Fun and Romantic Events

This month, the city of Wilmington is offering a variety of fun, interesting, and romantic events to suit every taste for Valentine’s Day, and listed below are only a few of our favorites. First, treat your valentine to a romantic moonlight carriage ride through historic downtown Wilmington. Book your private evening coach from February 14-16, and don’t forget the traditional flowers and candy! In the mood for something a little different? For a frightfully fun time, check out the Hold Your Honey Tight Fright-Night Ghost Walk or Pub Crawl from February 14-16. Presented by Haunted Wilmington Tours, participants will hear real stories of Wilmington, along with true, and often woeful, tales of love.

 Next, rock out at the Tenth Anniversary Tour of Rock of Ages at the Wilson Center.  Showing February 19-20, this Tony-Award-winner is an epic homage to 1980’s rock; featuring such hits as “We Built this City,” “Don’t Stop Believing,” and much more. Lastly, don’t miss the Wilmington Symphony Masterworks Concert ‘Storied Past’ presentation on the Cape Fear Stage, along with a performance by the Dance Theatre of Harlem at Kenan Auditorium. Both events are scheduled for February 23.

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