Great weather is back, and so are more events around the Fayetteville region. So, here's a quick look at some of the many Things To Do in May! 


Everybody - Presented by Sweet Tea Shakespeare

May 2-5
Museum of the Cape Fear

Join Sweet Tea Shakespeare as they perform "Everybody," a modern-day reimagining of Brandon Jacob-Jenkins' classic morality play "Everyman." The play invites everyone to reflect on life's experiences, challenges, and emotions. The May dates will be performed on the beautiful Museum of the Cape Fear campus behind the 1897 Poe House. 



Sweet Tea Shakespeare - Everybody


Little River Band

May 4
Crown Complex

 The Little River Band is coming to the Crown Complex in May, and this is your chance to hear the 70s/80s supergroup perform live and in person!

Praised by The Eagles' Glen Frey as the "best singing band in the world," the Little River Band has sold more than 30 million records and had a slew of hits, including "Reminiscing," "Cool Change," "Lonesome Loser," "The Night Owls," "Take It Easy On Me."

Little River Band


Fayetteville Woodpeckers vs. Carolina Mudcats

May 7-12
Segra Stadium

Baseball season is in full swing with the Fayetteville Woodpeckers! Watch the Houston Astros minor league affiliate take on the Carolina Mudcats for a six-game homestand starting with opening night on Tuesday, May 7, and ending Sunday, May 12.


Fayetteville Woodpeckers Player


Mother's Day Celebration

May 10
Crown Theater

Experience the star-studded "Mother's Day Celebration" gospel concert everyone is talking about. You'll hear unforgettable music from some of today's biggest gospel stars, including The Clark Sisters, Marvin Sapp, and Tasha Cobbs Leonard! The concert has become an annual event for mothers, grandmothers, daughters, and all music lovers celebrating mothers! 


Mother's Day Celebration Concert


Bad to the Bones: A collaboration with Joseph Alessi

May 11
FSU Seabrook Auditorium

The Fayetteville Symphony Orchestra will perform its season closer with special guest Joseph Alessi, the principal trombonist of the New York Philharmonic. Alessi is a Grammy Award-winning musician who has performed with orchestras worldwide, so you won't want to miss this performance.


Joseph Alessi


Family Fishing Workshop

May 17
John E. Pechmann Fishing Education Center

Enjoy quality time with the family and create lifelong memories by fishing together during the Family Fishing Workshop. It's designed to teach basic angler skills and hopefully create a new love for fishing and the great outdoors. A parent or guardian must accompany children under age 15. All tackle and bait are provided. 


John E Pechmann Education Center Family Fishing


Super Freak: The Rick James Story

May 18
Crown Theater

Immerse yourself into the life of Super Freak Rick James, from his early Buffalo childhood to his hard-living rock star days. Two shows will be performed on May 18 at the Crown Theatre. Don't miss your opportunity to see this amazing rockumentary!


Rick James Super Freak


King's Grant Golf and Country Club 2nd Annual Spring Fling

May 18
King's Grant Golf and Country Club

King's Grant Golf and Country Club is holding its 2nd Annual Spring Fling to kick off the new golf season! Admission is free, and the public is invited! Live music, volleyball courts, and the club swimming pool will provide entertainment! Attendees can talk to club staff about membership opportunities and enjoy food trucks on-site.  


King's Grant Golf Club


Cape Fear Rebellion VI Paintball

May 19
Black Ops Paintball

Time to get your inner sniper on with Cape Fear Rebellion VI, a two-day paintball scenario challenge at Black Ops Paintball! The event is open to airsofters of all skill levels, and awards and giveaways will be handed out. Gear rentals will be available. 

Cape Fear Rebellion VI Paintball