9 Reasons You’ll Love Visiting Charlotte [Infographic]

By Jessica Wishart

Rhythm Systems Breakthrough Conference in Charlotte, NC

At Rhythm Systems, we are so excited to be hosting our annual Breakthrough Conference right here in Rhythm Systems Breakthrough Conference in Charlotte, NCour hometown! From the beautiful weather to the delicious food to the unique neighborhoods to the warm people, we love Charlotte, NC, and we think you'll love it, too.

Of course, we hope you'll come to our conference to network with other middle market leaders, learn from our world-class subject matter experts and keynote speakers, work on solving business problems with your team, learn how to make the most out of the Rhythm software, and more...but while you're here, we also hope you enjoy our city!

Here's a recap of some of the things we think you'll love:

Why You'll Love Coming to Charlotte

  1. Craft Beer: The craft beer scene has exploded in Charlotte. Some of our local favorites include Juicy Jay from our friends at Legion Brewing Company and Jalapeño Pale Ale at Birdsong Brewing Co. Many restaurants and bars in short walking distance from the Charlotte Marriott City Center hotel serve local beers on tap, or you could venture out to one of the many breweries to experience them for yourself!
  2. Greenways: Even though it can be hard to squeeze in time for exercise when you travel, you won't want to miss Charlotte’s greenways and trails. Mecklenburg County has one of the best greenway systems in the nation with over 37 miles of trails. If you’re a runner, Little Sugar Creek greenway is accessible from Uptown or you can run down the Rail Trail. You can also easily access a bike or scooter to use while you explore.
  3. Uptown Nightlife: From your hotel room, you can walk to hear live jazz over craft cocktails at Middle C Jazz or enjoy the best view in town from Fahrenheit’s rooftop bar.
  4. Entertainment: You can also walk to the EpiCenter to take in a movie or even bowl if that’s more your speed.
  5. Live Sports: Check out the NHRA Carolina Nationals at the Charlotte Motor Speedway while you’re here, or if you’re a soccer fan, stick around for the weekend and grab tickets to see Charlotte Fc vs. Inter Miami CF
  6. Art & Culture: Being Uptown, you're just a short walk from the Mint Museum and the Bechtler Museum of Modern Art. If are a Hamilton fan, you'll have your chance to see the show at the Blumenthal Performing Arts Center while you're in Charlotte in May, or you can grab tickets for Sleeping Beauty at the Knight Theatre.
  7. Easy Transportation: Charlotte is already a walkable city, but improvements over the past few years have made it even easier to get around. There’s the Light Rail, which runs from South Charlotte through Uptown and all the way to UNC Charlotte. We also have the Gold Line Street Car, which runs East to West Uptown, taking you from Uptown into Plaza Midwood., a great neighborhood with some good restaurants. The best part about the streetcar—it’s free! Like many other cities, Charlotte has a variety of bikes and scooters to choose from. You can download an app to rent a bike or scooter from LimeBike.
  8. Nearby Adventure: If you bring your family along, you've got to check out Discovery Place Science—there's something for kids (and adults) of all ages. Additionally, you can easily visit the NASCAR Hall of Fame with memorabilia and interactive experiences you won't find anywhere else. Attractions like Daniel Stowe Botanical Garden, Freedom Park, Crowders Mountain, and the AvidXchange Music Factory are all fan-favorites. If you are bit more adventurous, check out the US National Whitewater Center. You can hike or mountain bike on their trails, go whitewater rafting or kayaking, or go for a zip line tour or ropes course.

I hope you're as excited to come to Charlotte as we are to host you. I can't wait to see you at this year's Breakthrough Conference!

Photo Credits: Christopher Coutinho Photography (cover photo) and iStock by Getty Images (photos on Infographic)

Jessica Wishart


Photo Credit: iStock by Getty Images