Music in Joslyn Hall 

Join us for an enjoyable evening of music in Joslyn Hall on the Carteret Community College Campus.  

Adult beverages will be available in The CCC Sound Garden (Cash Bar).  Featuring Craft Beer from Mill Whistle Brewing.

In collaboration with the Down East Folk Arts Society, we bring you the following performers September - May.

General admission $16, Active duty military and Down East FolkArts Society Members $13, Full-Time Students $10 -

(Prices do not include NC State Sales Tax).

Doors open at 6:30 PM, shows start at 7:30

2016 - 2017 performers:

September 17th - Gathering Time

October 22nd - Victor & Penny

November 12th - Beaucoup Blue

January 14th - Moors & McCumber

February 11th - Little Windows

April 22nd - The Honey Dewdrops

May 20th - Sultans of String

Marc Black - March 4, 2017

Sing Along to the History of the1950’s and 60’s through Popular Song.

Join New York Blues Hall of Fame inductee, Marc Black, for a musical tour through these two historically defining decades.  You’ll sing along with wonderful songs as diverse as Itsy Bitsy, Teeny Weeny Yellow Polka -Dot Bikini and Blowin’ in the Wind, as well as tunes by artists ranging from Dean Martin to George Harrison.  In addition to the music and discussion, this popular program features a slide show that’s sure to slide you right back in time.  Marc will also perform his own group’s top forty hit from 1967… ‘Happy’ by the ‘Blades of Grass’.

ALL proceeds from this event will benefit CCC students and programs through the Carteret Community College Foundation, Inc. 

Adult beverages will be available in The CCC Sound Garden (Cash Bar).  Featuring Craft Beer from Mill Whistle Brewing.

Doors open at 6:30 pm, concert at 7 pm

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General Admission:  $20 and $10 students

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For ticket information and to purchase, call

(252) 728-1500 ext. 21

King Mackeral and the blues are running - april 8 & 9, 2017

 Join us for the award-winning musical "King Mackerel & the Blues are Running - Stories of the Carolina Coast" will be presented in Joslyn Hall on the CCC campus.  This will be presented by the Coastal Cohorts: Bland Simpson on piano, Jim Wann on guitar, & Don Dixon on bass and other instruments.  

“King Mackerel” has been performed by the trio all across North Carolina and the South, as well as at the Kennedy Center in Washington and in New York City, where its Off-Off-Broadway run was hailed by the New York Post as “a pure, salt-watered delight!”

This event is sponsored by the Core Sound Waterfowl Museum & Heritage Center and the North Carolina Coastal Federation.