Heading into the month of June, the summer entertainment schedule at Cary’s Koka Booth Amphitheater is in full effect, with an array of sounds for all musical tastes filling the hot summer air. The month of June opens up with “At the Movies,” which is part of the North Carolina symphony’s Summerfest Series on June 1. Performing tunes from the James Bond films, “Out of Africa,” “Indiana Jones,” and other well-known blockbusters, this show will have the added attraction of a costume contest for those who come dressed as their favorite movie character. The following night, on June 2there will be a free show at the amphitheater commemorating the 25th Anniversary of the Philharmonic Association. On June 8, the next installment of the NC Symphony Summerfest will see “Beatlemania” invade Cary, as part of the “Classical Mystery Tour.” On June 11, the unique sounds of Passion Pit and opening act Cults will grace the Koka Booth stage, while the Lumineers will play on the 13th. June 14 will be a special night at Koka Booth, as the Rascals reunite as part of their reunion tour titled, “Once Upon a Dream.’ This tour marks the first time in forty years that the group that brought us such timeless rockers as “Good Lovin’,” “It’s a Beautiful Morning,” and “Groovin’” have shared the stage with one another. Ending a great week of music on the 15th will be the next installment of the Summerfest Series, featuring “Rachmaninoff’s Rhapsody on a Theme of Paganini.” One week later on June 22, the Summerfest continues with “Broadway Blockbusters,” as the NC Symphony will give their take on some of the greatest show tunes of all time and the final Summerfest event of June comes on the 29th, when conductor William Henry Curry will lead the audience on a journey through the galaxy as part of “Holst’s The Planets: An HD Odyssey.”
In addition to the fine musical talent at Koka Booth in June, the “Movies by Moonlight” series will continue, too. On June 7, the Ben Affleck film, “Argo” will show on the big screen, while “The Hunger Games” will play on June 21. “Pitch Perfect” is the third and final June installment of “Movies by the Moonlight” and it will play on June 28.
Are you looking for a new home with a location that’s next to perfect? South Lakes, is convenient than ever to all points of the Triangle, with the completion of the Highway 55 thoroughfare (and Holly Springs bypass) all the way from Research Triangle Park and I-40. More and more Triangle residents are discovering the convenience of this southern Wake County town and its close-to-perfect blend of old and new, rural past and urban future, yesteryear quaintness and up-to-the-minute 21st century lifestyle. Come visit South Lakes and see for yourself why its one of the top locations in the Triangle area.