Charlotte residents will get the chance to experience 10 of the city’s most popular restaurants and entertainment destinations in one night, all while supporting 10 local charities in the process as EpiCentre presents Charlotte’s Great Night Out Thursday, February 23 from 9 p.m. until midnight. As part of Charlotte’s Great Night Out, wristbands will be sold in the EpiCentre courtyard on February 23 for $10 apiece, with $1 from each sale going to 10 different charities. The charities benefiting from Charlotte’s Greatest Night Out are Hospitality House of Charlotte, the National MS Society, Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, American Heart Association, Dog Days of Charlotte, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Levine Children’s Hospital, Urban Ministries, Dale Jr. Foundation and Susan G Komen for the Cure. Wristbands will also grant attendees admittance to 10 participating EpiCentre venues – BlackFinn, Enso, Howl at the Moon, Mez/Kazba, Mortimers, StrikeCity, SUITE, Vida, Whisky River and Wild Wing Café. Each location will offer specials in honor of Charlotte’s Greatest Night Out. EpiCentre is the Southeast’s hub for dining, entertainment, recreation, nightlife and hospitality. Featuring an innovative design and accommodating layout, EpiCentre is home to over three dozen unique concepts encompassing over half a million square feet. The restaurants, shops and nightspots at EpiCentre are perfectly situated around an open air pavilion offering dramatic views of the Charlotte skyline. Located at the intersection of Trade and College Streets, EpiCentre is in the heart of vibrant uptown Charlotte, just blocks away from prominent businesses and venues such as Bank of America Corporate Center, Time Warner Cable Arena, Charlotte Convention Center and the new NASCAR Hall of Fame and Museum. Best of all, EpiCentre is easily accessible from anywhere, including a convenient stop on the LYNX Blue Line.