Companion albums Patient Notes and Absinthe Mourning will be available for free download beginning May 2.
Eat lots (it’s for a good cause) on Thursday, April 29. Then head to The Grove House to celebrate the success of WNCAP’s annual fundraiser.
If you’re heading out of town to French Broad River Festival, you’ll be up to your ears in live music. If not, here’s what’s going on in and around Asheville — budget priced so you can save up for your SmileFest/Bonaroo/Music on the Mountaintop ticket.
Locate your picnic basket, air out your tent and dust off your lawn chair. Oh, and while you're at it, better ready your favorite tie-dye/sundress/pair of moccasins/straw cowboy hat/bottle of SPF 45, because it's that time again: Festival season. And WNC is the place to be if you're into festivals. A rich local music scene, […]
A night of fashion, food and music on Sunday, May 9.
Song of Water’s new album, The Sea Has Spoken, seamlessly melds Appalachian string instruments, classical elements, complex percussion and elegant composition. The band performs Saturday, May 1, at The White Horse.
And Brushfire Stankgrass joins them. So should you.
The trio of brothers who broke into pop music, during the 1990s, with “MMMBop” and other hits, return to The Orange Peel on Friday, July 30.
The Mason Jar Drinkers from Brevard, on Wall Street, Asheville.
Daniel Thoemke Hart on the corner of Haywood Street and Battery Park.
This creative gent tells Asheville Streetstyle that he made these Japanese-style wooden sandals “just to see if I could. They’re probably the most basic wood shop project.”
It’s that time again: low-cost entertainment options, and lots of ‘em (including a free Eliot Lipp show).
Images from last night’s Project Green Runway show by Jonathan Welch.
The Asheville Downtown Association just announced its DTA5 lineup for this May through September.
Models in hair and makeup before last night’s Project Green Runway show at Tressa’s.
Photo by Halima Flynt
The British pop band opens for Michael Franti & Spearhead on May 24.
Commemorate Earth Day with film screenings, lectures, festivities, seminars, workshops, family gatherings and live music. • Ten Thousand Villages in Montreat (303 Outlook Road) hosts a special shopping event on Thursday, April 22, and will donate 10 percent of sales to volunteer group Rainbow Recycling. There's also a recycling scavenger hunt, a lesson on how to […]
Performer and educator Graham Hackett has been involved in his fair share of shows — enough to know that live performance has its limits. Some people might want to take in a show but have a schedule conflict. Or can't find a baby sitter. Or couldn't get a ticket before the event sold out. But […]
When Jimmy Hunt relocated from Boone to West Asheville, he noticed a void. "That's the part of town I live in. That's where all my buddies live. That's where I go out and have dinner and beer and walk my dog." he says. "But there was no big festival." It's a vacuum that comes and […]