UNC's

Moeser Auditorium

Moeser Auditorium is located in Hill Hall. The cornerstone for the original building was laid on June 1, 1907. Funded by Andrew Carnegie, the building served as the University’s first consolidated library. In 1918-19, it even served as headquarters for Carolina Playmakers when Thomas Wolfe was a member. The UNC music department moved to the building in 1930, and it was renamed Hill Hall for the late John Sprunt Hill, a UNC alumnus, and his family.

Getting to the Moeser Auditorium

Address

145 E Cameron Ave

Chapel Hill, NC 27514

Parking

Parking is often available at the garage next door (usually $56, accessible off Morgan Street. Additional parking is located two blocks away at the Durham Farmers Market lot on Morris St. 

Make It An Evening

Downtown Durham is packed with wine bars and restaurants of all types, so take advantage while you’re here. You can either grab lunch before the concert or dinner after!

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