Eleven Eleven Durham

The heat is on!  We’re super excited about tomorrow’s event and hope to see you all out.  Old Man Winter looks like he may pay a visit too… but we’re ready!  We’ll have multiple heat sources on site including a burn barrel, patio heaters and of course, the fire-pit for the oyster roast.  We’ve also moved the entire event under the shelter of the Farmer’s Market.  Same location, just a bit cozier!

NC Fresh Catch 6th Annual Homecoming


Saturday, November 11th 4-9pm (Doors 3:30) at Durham Central Park: 501 Foster St., Durham, NC

NC Fresh Catch heads home to Durham for their 6th annual event with live music, craft beer and fresh North Carolina seafood.  Come gather ’round the grills and open flames for a Fireside Oyster Roast, Community Fish Fry, Spanish Seafood Chowder plus Braised Brisket and Chicken from our friends at Braising Hell Food Truck.

The music starts out for the kids and the kids at heart with Raleigh’s own Eight Bit Disaster, a video game tribute band that performs high-energy arrangements of obscure video game songs. Durham’s Emily Musolino Band follows with a set that blends soulful vocals and Blues-Rock shredding guitar riffs. The evening continues to heat up with the delightful and mesmerizing Jo Gore, delivering a post sunset performance of Classic, Soul and Jazz standards. Closing the event out and to keep you on your toes is power-duo Pastor Joe playing live and loud on the beer garden side stage.  

JUST ANNOUNCED!  Special guest appearance and multi-media presentation by Pierce Freelon & Blackspace!  Proceeds from the Event’s Raffle to benefit the Blackspace Movement.  Raffle prizes awarded from local businesses including American Tobacco CampusDPAC, St. James Seafood, Maverick’s Smokehouse, Lilly’s PizzaZenFish, and Ngozi Design Collective.

ATTENTION BEER LOVERS!  Enjoy an exclusive craft beer experience from 1718 Ocracoke Brewing, The Island’s very first brewery!  The brewery tips its hat to the infamous pirate Edward Teach, better known to many as Blackbeard, and the year of his demise in the gruesome battle at Teach’s Hole.  Additional beverages provided by Bull City Ciderworks plus HOT coffee by Rise Biscuits & Donuts. Also help celebrate the official launch party of Scott Meyer’s  MeyerCraft Planetary Elixirs out of Rocky Mount.

Admission is $5 at the gate, rain or shine. Military Veterans and kids 12 and under are FREE!  All food & drink sold separate and while supplies last.  Entry wristbands are required to purchase food and drink.  Limited seating is available but there is plenty of room for lawn chairs.  Parking is free, on the street and at the Farmer’s Market parking lot directly behind the venue on Morris St.