This weekend brings local music, educational presentations, seafood and film. As always, Xpress highlights the best in low-budget entertainment.
Xpress brings you this exclusive performance with the synth-heavy pop rockers in advance of their CD-release party tonight in the River Arts District.
Music takes center stage this weekend with local CD release parties, gentle folk singers, a punk rock showcase and experimental out-of-towners. But, as always, we bring you a variety of low cost happenings to ensure there’s something for everyone.
Ugly Purple Sweater might grab one’s attention with its name, but the D.C. five piece has the chops to hold that attention. The band’s latest album, Conventions, is an exercise in lush and rhythmic pop that swims comfortably in the most accessible waters of indie rock.
Learn wilderness survival tips, dance to live electronica, sample free yoga classes or learn about origami, all for less than a fast food dinner. As always, share more budget-friendly events in the comments section.
Get out and enjoy the most beautiful season in the mountains without the ugliness of forking over all your hard-earned cash. We bring you the best in local entertainment, custom-tailored for a budget. While you’re here, share more low-cost events in the comments section below.
Check out local music, classic foreign film, traditional farming demonstrations and more this weekend, all for less than the price of parking downtown. While you’re here, share your own budget-friendly events in the comments section below.
This weekend we bring you icy plunges, rowdy bands, healthy habits and the spoken word, all for less than the price of parking downtown. And while you’re here, check out Clubland for a complete list of weekend music.
Asheville’s Grammer School (recent winners of RiverFest’s Battle of the Bands, and selected for the next Lingua Musica at White Horse) share a bill with Waycross Georgia rockers The Woodgrains.
The indie-rock trio may not have been with winning act, but their Wednesday, June 23 performance is worth revisiting.