Welcome to NoDa is Charlotte’s historic arts and entertainment district – a neighborhood where the people are as diverse as the art, live music, craft beers, restaurants, custom gifts and tattoos you will find here. NoDa is dedicated to promoting the arts, living eco-friendly lifestyles, supporting small businesses, encouraging diversity and aiding fellow charities.



Charlotte's historic arts and entertainment district is centered two miles from Uptown at North Davidson and 36th Streets.



View photos from around NoDa and see all that's hip and happening.



The NoDa Neighborhood and Business Association is the official “Voice of the Arts District”: the volunteer-run nonprofit organization that supports the neighborhood at large.


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NoDa News

Find all the latest news and stories about NoDa - flip through the latest edition of our local monthly paper, the NoDa News, or download previous issues here.


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daily-press-not-your-typical-coffee-shopThis article was published at CharlotteFive on March 11, 2015. It looks so pretty on their website, you may want to read it there instead:...
friday-night-lights-2015-crossfit-noda-openThe CrossFit Games is the first stage of the worldwide competition. The Open is a 5-week event with the workout announced Thursday night. CrossFit NoDa will host the Open workouts on Friday evenings, February 27 to March 27, from 6-8pm. Come out to...
the-island-of-interestingDirectly from: NoDa Is Charlotte’s Island of Interesting By Jeremy Markovich Photography by Patrick Schneider NoDa, Charlotte’s historic arts neighborhood, reflects the ever-changing New South right now — no...
nodafamartNoDa F.A.M. Rally takes place every Thursday 6-9pm at The Chop Shop! F.A.M. stands for "food . art . music" and the free event features local food trucks, bands, vendors, and artists to raise your spirits and raise awareness for local businesses...
charlotte-pop-up-art-spaceMy name is CC Evans and I'm building a 256 sqft portable interactive art space where the community can interact with art, and artists can showcase their work anywhere in the world. For over a year, I have traveled around Charlotte (including Noda) and...