Fri 1.29 6 p.m. 100 East Stonewall St. bit.ly/byegoodyear
For several months now, the old Goodyear building has been repurposed as a home for artists. With the construction of Tryon Place imminent, the Goodyear building is coming to an end. At Friday’s farewell event, see new work by Kelly Keith, Lisandro Herrera, Holly Christine Keogh, Robert Childers, Leah Mulligan Cabinum, Matthew Steele, Todd Stewart, Kathryn Godwin, Graham Carew, Amy Herman and Amy Bagwell. Performances start at 7 p.m. Free beer from sponsors PBR Charlotte and Sierra Nevada.
Panthers Pride Rally
Fri 1.29 Noon-1:30 p.m. Romare Bearden Park, 300 South Church St. panthers.com
Cheer on the Carolina Panthers before they head to Super Bowl 50. It’ll take place rain or shine. Fans will enjoy appearances by Panthers players, Sir Purr, the TopCats, PurrCussion and the Black & Blue Crew. Music will start at noon, and the program will start at 1.
Blumenthal Open Mic
Fri 1.29 7:30 p.m. Spirit Square, 345 North College St. blumenthalarts.org
This popular event returns with a new lineup of performers from our community. You might see instrumentalists, singers, dancers, storytellers, poets, jugglers and magicians. Interested in performing at a future open mic? Visit the website to learn how to throw your name in the hat.
Celtic concert: Thistledown Tinkers
Sun 1.31 4 p.m. South Mecklenburg Presbyterian Church, 8601 Bryant Farms Road. smpchome.org
Thistledown Tinkers is a duo of seasoned North Carolina musicians, Trip Rogers and Tom Eure, who play both traditional Scottish and Irish music and original compositions. They’ve been featured on BBC and Our State Magazine. The concert is free but donations will be accepted.
National Frozen Yogurt Day
Mon 2.1 4-7 p.m. Menchie’s Frozen Yogurt, 1247 East Boulevard. menchies.com
Celebrate National Frozen Yogurt Day with a free six-ounce serving, along with toppings, at Menchie’s. If you want or need more than six ounces you just pay the difference.