Keith Evans, a stage hand with Local 322 helps hang a banner for the Charlotte Symphonies "A Night in New York," concert. The symphony is attempting to create a "tailgate" atmosphere for the next KnightSounds concert at Knight Theater. The Levine Avenue of the Arts will be closed off and the concert inside the theater will be projected for free to an audience outside.
Keith Evans, a stage hand with Local 322 helps hang a banner for the Charlotte Symphonies "A Night in New York," concert. The symphony is attempting to create a "tailgate" atmosphere for the next KnightSounds concert at Knight Theater. The Levine Avenue of the Arts will be closed off and the concert inside the theater will be projected for free to an audience outside. Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.com
Keith Evans, a stage hand with Local 322 helps hang a banner for the Charlotte Symphonies "A Night in New York," concert. The symphony is attempting to create a "tailgate" atmosphere for the next KnightSounds concert at Knight Theater. The Levine Avenue of the Arts will be closed off and the concert inside the theater will be projected for free to an audience outside. Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.com

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