THE LAKE’S LARGEST ARTS & MUSIC FESTIVAL
You won’t want to miss this year’s action-packed ‘Tawba Walk Arts & Music Festival held in the heart of Old Town Cornelius. We’re proud to present the area’s largest gathering of local artists and vendors, live performances, local craft breweries, food trucks and so much more! There’s plenty to experience for the entire family so bring the kiddos, leash up your pups, and get ready to have a blast with us here in Old Town.
This year’s festival will feature two stages of incredible local talent along with our FIRST EVER ‘Tawba Walk After Party Celebration starting at 8:30 pm featuring a full concert from local fan favorites Blue Monday, playing all of your favorite 80’s/90’s MTV Hits!
Saturday, September 25th
Oak Street Mill & Cornelius Town Hall
2 PM – 8 PM
Lake Norman’s BIGGEST & BEST Street Festival!
Food Truck Heaven
2 Food Truck Courts Featuring 15 Trucks!
Take a break to chow down on some of the area’s hands-down best restaurants on 4-wheels. With virtually every possible style of food, there’s sure to be something for everyone!
Festival Of Artists
Featuring over 100 local artists and businesses!
What would be an Arts & Music Festival without a slam-packed explosion of creative expression around every bend? Well… we’ve got you covered. With over 80 local artists & craftsmen, there’s no shortage of unique one-of-a-kind items to discover! So grab a friend (and your pocketbook!) and find that perfect something you were (or weren’t) looking for here at the ‘Tawba Walk!
Each year a portion of ‘Tawba Walk’s alcohol sales are given back to local charities right here in our community!
Black Box Theater
For nearly 10 years, Warehouse Performing Arts Center has brought audiences into an intimate Black Box theater setting that they call their “community living room”. It’s here where their actors and audience connect in an intimate setting, creating a performance you’ll remember. Warehouse Performing Arts Center takes great pride in their selection of shows, striving for a unique and engaging performance every time.
Their focus on being an artist-driven organization makes Warehouse Preforming Arts Center the perfect beneficiary for this year’s ‘Tawba Walk.