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Crank Arm Anniversary Party


  • Saturday, September 16, 2017 12pm - 12am

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LOCATION: Crank Arm Brewing - 319 W Davie St

Come join us for a family friendly street party celebrating 4 years of Crank Arm Brewing Company being downtown Raleigh's warehouse district brewery. 


9:20 Jack the Radio

7:40 Anne-Clare Niver

6:00 The Hell No

4:20 Coytah

2:40 The Oatmeal Conspiracy

1:00 Acoustic Manner

Food Trucks

Cousins Maine Lobster Truck 1 pm - 9 pm

‚ÄčThe Bamboo Cookhouse 1 pm - 9 pm

Associated Street Closures:

W. Davie Street between Commerce Place and S. Dawson Street will be closed from 6:00 am on September 16 until 2:00 am on Septepmber 17.