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2024 Winter Programming at Thrive City

Thrive City has announced its 2024 winter programming schedule featuring events for the entire family, including live music showcases, college basketball viewings, trivia nights and more.

Harmonic Trivia Nights | Black History Month Celebration | First Fridays at Thrive City | 2024 March Basketball Viewings

Harmonic Trivia Nights

Join us on Tuesday nights for an exhilarating and brain-teasing experience at Harmonic Brewing in Thrive City! Prepare to put your knowledge to the test as we host Trivia Nights with Trivia Mafia!

Gather your friends, family, or colleagues and form a formidable team of trivia enthusiasts. With a wide range of categories, including sports, history, pop culture, science, and more, there's something for everyone to enjoy. Show off your intellectual prowess as you compete against other teams in a friendly and engaging environment.

While you exercise your mind, indulge in the delightful ambiance of Harmonic Brewing. Sample their handcrafted beers, bursting with flavor and character, or savor the delicious food options available. The venue provides the perfect backdrop for a memorable night out with friends.

Tue, Feb 6 • 6:00pm • Thrive City
Tue, Feb 13 • 6:00pm • Thrive City
Tue, Feb 20 • 6:00pm • Thrive City
Tue, Mar 5 • 6:00pm • Thrive City
Tue, Mar 12 • 6:00pm • Thrive City
Tue, Mar 19 • 6:00pm • Thrive City
Tue, Mar 26 • 6:00pm • Thrive City

Black History Month Celebration

Join us in Thrive City for our annual Black History Month Celebration presented by Waymo on Monday, February 19th! Enjoy live entertainment from Queen Iminah & AAFE Kids and Diamano Coura West African Dance Company! Thrive City is also partnering with Krisspi to provide free select haircuts and designs on a first-come, first-served basis! There will also be an arts & crafts station and a variety of culinary delights to snack on.

In addition, stop by the Black History 101 Mobile Museum’s immersive Music of the Movement exhibit which delves into the powerful impact of music on the social, cultural, and political movements of the Black experience in America. The exhibit showcases the rich history and legacy of Black music, highlighting the resilience and contributions of Black people in the face of racial discrimination.

The exhibit features a range of cultural and historical artifacts that celebrate the important role that Black music has played in shaping American culture and society. These artifacts include vinyl records, press photos, flyers, clothing items, contracts other ephemera from iconic artists who have shaped popular culture around the world.

Mon, Feb 19 • 12:00pm • Thrive City

First Fridays at Thrive City

First Fridays at Thrive City are themed celebrations of live music, Thrive City retailers, and to keep our concert-goer community entertained before the big show! Enjoy special offers from Thrive City retailers and enter to win prizes by completing your First Friday passport by getting stamps at our participating locations!

Fri, Mar 1 • 5:00pm • Thrive City

March Basketball Viewings

March college basketball is back and Thrive City is “going dancing”! Watch from the Thrive City plaza board and mentally prepare for an underdog “Cinderella” team to bust your meticulous bracket (odds of a flawless bracket are 1 in 9.2 quintillion)! So bring your friends and family to enjoy these upcoming viewings on the big screen! Lawn chairs will be available to guests on a first-come, first-served basis.

Thu, Mar 21 • 9:00am • Thrive City
Fri, Mar 22 • 9:00am • Thrive City
Sun, Mar 24 • 9:00am • Thrive City
Fri, Mar 29 • 3:30pm • Thrive City
Sat, Mar 30 • 3:00pm • Thrive City

Eventbrite registration is highly recommended and will receive priority access to the event. If the event is sold out, limited walkup registrations may be available on a first-come, first-served basis day of the event.

Prohibited Items & Activities at Thrive City:

  • No Weapons of any kind
  • No Alcohol brought on plaza
  • All Pets^ on a leash
  • No Coolers
  • No Lawn Chairs
  • Non-surgical masks will not be allowed; guests must be easily identifiable. Limited face paint will be accepted.
  • No Panhandling, solicitation, or loitering
  • No Smoking of any kind
  • No Amplified sound
  • No Drones
  • No Bicycles, skateboards, roller blades or scooters (bicycles can be locked at any rack on streets around the venue)
  • No Motorized vehicles
  • No Pamphlets or product samples
  • No Overnight camping
  • No Tents
  • All Garbage, bottles, cans, paper, or other waste matter should be placed in designated trash and recycling receptacles
  • No Trespassing when Thrive City is closed
  • Any other prohibited items, activity, or behaviors deemed unsafe, or unacceptable by Chase Center Management
^^Exception certified service animals as defined by US Dept of Justice, Civil Rights Division