Flat Rock Playhouse will resume its 2016 Music on the Rock concert series with The Music of The Eagles on May 12th at the Playhouse Downtown. This highly requested tribute will feature such hits as Hotel California, Witchy Woman, Take It to the Limit, Desperado and many others. Read More »
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After five years of trailblazing queer country music, New York City’s Gay Ole Opry is hitting the road for the first time. Opry regulars The Paisley Fields and Karen & the Sorrows are heading South for a weeklong tour, and they are coming to Asheville on Monday, April 25th. The show is at The Crow & Quill at 106 N Lexington Ave at 8:00 pm and door is a sliding scale from $5-$10. They will be joined by Asheville’s Lillie Jean and Mawk Chunk and are especially thrilled that the night will benefit QORDS, a weeklong overnight summer camp for queer and trans youth or youth of LGBTQ families, with special focus on youth in the South. Read More »
Brewgrass Festival, Western North Carolina’s original craft beer festival, is proud to announce its 20th anniversary event will be held on Saturday, September 17th at Memorial Stadium in Asheville, NC. Over 55 breweries will offer a diverse assortment of national and regional craft beers against a backdrop of Bluegrass-infused music. Tickets for Brewgrass go on sale this Friday, March 25th at 11 am ET and can be purchased online via BrewgrassFestival.com. A full music lineup will be announced soon. Read More »
This Thursday, March 17, is St. Patrick’s Day—a day known for wearing green and drinking beer. As “Beer City USA,” Asheville has no shortage of beer‐drinking venues. However, 2016 marks the first year of Asheville’s Emerald City Ball, a new event sponsored by Emerald City Tiny Homes, a local business that is launching on March 17, 2016. Read More »
An alternative rock staple since 2007, The Maine is taking its talents to Asheville this week.
The Phoenix-based rockers will take the stage at the Orange Peel on Tuesday t Read More »
Cave music trio Moon Hooch is coming to Asheville, and they promise to play a show you won’t forget. Read More »
Sarah McCoy, Nathan Culberson, Andrew Little and Joshua Linhart are starting fresh, musically.
Known as The Friendly Beasts for the past three years, the group has redefine Read More »