The ode to Asheville takes place at Malaprops on Sunday, Jan. 22.
The Altamont Theatre will be transformed into a musical utopia on Friday, Jan. 20.
The new exhibit “Begin to See: The Photographers of Black Mountain College” opens Friday, Jan. 20.
The comedian performs at the Diana Wortham Theatre on Friday, Jan. 20
John Hartness and Jake Bible will read at Malaprops on Tuesday, Jan. 17.
The Americana group will play its new album along with older tunes at The Grey Eagle on Wednesday, Jan. 18.
The full band (including members of Phuncle Sam) will play its first gig at Pisgah Brewing Co. on Saturday, Jan. 14.
The soulful Americana songstress plays with Old Man Luedecke at The Grey Eagle on Saturday, Jan. 7.
It’s a romping, riotous 90-minute staging for all ages, rife with puns and subtle references to other famed Broadway shows. Performances will take place at 35below on Fridays and Saturdays, Jan. 6-22.
Mook, Siren Xo, Rad & James, Mic Savvy, Blaze III, Marley P and DJ Bionik from New York City will perform at the showcase at UpCountry Brewing on Friday, Dec. 30.
The Friday, Dec. 30, performance at the Burnsville Town Center is a homecoming show for Ross, who grew up in the Western North Carolina locale.
Futurebirds will perform at The Grey Eagle on Friday, Dec. 30
The Nth Power takes the stage at The Asheville Music Hall, along with Dynamo, on Thursday, Dec. 29.
The performance will include other regional artists like The American Gonzos and Rookie of the Year. It takes place at Black Bear Coffee Co. in Hendersonville on Friday, Dec. 23.
The band will perform a Home Alone-themed show at The Mothlight on Friday, Dec. 23.
White Horse Black Mountain hosts the holiday show on Friday, Dec. 23
Buxton Hall Barbecue caters the celebratory event on Thursday, Dec. 22.
The Secret Sisters will be playing new tunes and fan favorites at The Grey Eagle on Sunday, Dec. 18.
The instrumental tribute band will stop at the Salvage Station on Friday, Dec. 17.
The Krektones and Nest Egg perform, with DJ sets by Greg Cartright, at Lazy Diamond on Friday, Dec. 16.
Sirius.B’s performance will follow two openers: fellow gypsy band Crystal Bright & the Silver Hands and pirate-rockers Plankeye Peggy.