Wilmington’s newest concert venue, Cape Fear Stage at Cape Fear Community College, is bringing big-name acts to town! Because Cape Fear Stage can accommodate a larger crowd, we’re getting some terrific shows in town that we used to have to travel to see. Bravo!
No matter what your taste, you’ll find a show here you won’t want to miss. Make your evening even more special by booking transportation with Event Shuttle Service.
- Don’t worry about driving, parking, or traffic. Have dinner before the show or go out afterward for a couple of cocktails. Our friendly, professional drivers will be there to make your evening special.
- Going to the show with the gang? Choose our Mercedes Benz Party Sprinter or Jet Sprinter for parties of up to 12. The fun starts with flat screen TVs with surround sound, party lights, and a stocked cooler.
- Looking for a more private ride? Make a big splash by arriving at your Cape Fear Stage show in our Rolls Royce Silver Wraith II or elegant Mercedes Benz E350 Sedan with all the amenities.
Call (910) 398-8333 to find out more about transportation on your special evening at Cape Fear Stage. Here are a few upcoming shows that may interest you:
7:30 p.m. May 1, 2016
Grant Llewellyn will conduct Beethoven’s Violin Concert in D Major, one of the best-known violin concertos. Noah Bendix-Balgley will be featured on violin.
The North Carolina Symphony has been an honored part of North Carolina’s cultural life since 1932. The Symphony performs 175 concerts annually, and its Wilmington performances are always warmly welcomed. This Beethoven violin concerto at Cape Fear Stage will be popular, so get tickets early.
7:30 p.m. May 3 & 4, 2016
On a Greek island paradise, on the eve of her wedding, a daughter plots to discover the identity of her father. ABBA’s timeless songs tell the story of a mother, a daughter, and three possible dads.
This PNC Broadway performance will stop in Wilmington for two nights only on its national tour. This special performance at Cape Fear Stage is a great choice for a special night!
Rescheduled! 7:30 p.m. June 1, 2016
It will be old school at Cape Fear Stage June 1 as Jackson Browne plays a solo acoustic concert. He’s been a beloved singer-songwriter since the 1960s and has released 14 studio albums, including his most recent, “In the Breach.”
Jackson Browne’s thoughtful, moving songs will make for a great summer evening in Wilmington at Cape Fear Stage. Don’t miss this acoustic retrospective of favorite Jackson Browne tunes!
For great transportation on your special evening out, call Event Shuttle Service at (910) 398-8333 or request a quote online.