Beach Music at Cary's Kooka Both Amphitheatre with the NC Symphony

Another Great Reason to Relocate to Cary, NC!

As if you needed yet another great reason to move to Cary, our town offers some of the finest entertainment choices you’ll find. It seems the fun never stops in Cary. Last weekend the glorious Lazy Daze festival was held under our beautiful carolina-blue, sun-light skies. The crowds and the fun were plentiful. And this upcoming weekend you and your family will not want to miss the WRAL TV Pops in the Park Labor Day Weekend Celebration this Sunday, August 31!

Outstanding End of Summer Cary Event!

This is one annual Labor weekend event you and your family will not want to miss and it includes a FREE performance by the North Carolina Symphony. Sponsored by WRAL TV, you can also enjoy the sounds of special guest, Legends of Beach featuring five former members of the Embers. These former members include Jackie Gore and Johnny Barker, who penned the hits “I Love Beach Music” and “Summertime’s Calling Me,” respectively.

You can learn more about the Legends of Beach by visiting their website at

What Can you Bring to this Labor Day Cary Classic Event?

Items that are allowed include:

  • Lawn Chairs
  • Blankets
  • Small umbrellas
  • Food & Beverages

Schedule of Events for the WRAL TV Pops in the Park!
4:30pm – Gates Open
5:00pm – Local performers
7:00pm – NC Symphony and The Legends of Beach
Fireworks Display at the concerts conclusion.

Remember, this great family-friendly event is “Free” to the public and no tickets are required, so get to the Kooka Booth Amphitheatre at Regency Park in Cary as soon as the gates open at 4:30pm and claim your space for this wonderful evening of family fun!

Did You Attend Cary’s Laze Daze Festival?

If you did and you brought along your digital camera, we invite you to email us your favorite photos from this special Cary event. We will select a few and we will post them in a future post. Send your Laze Daze digital photos via email to .

P.S. If Carolina beach music is calling you home to Cary, be sure to checkout our Cary real estate website. There you will find an assortment of Cary home buyer and seller resources along with many useful Cary MLS property search tools and Cary neighborhood maps. Don’t forget to read the Cary Schools article for up to date information on Cary area public and private schools.

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