Photos from July include ZZ Top, Counting Crows, Perpetual Groove, Hard Working Americans, HELLYEAH, Bruce Hornsby, Four Tops, Marcus King Band, The Mantras and more.
Asheville Sister Cities presents three opportunities to learn about the Mesoamerican civilization, including a lecture and dinner catered by Mamacita’s Baja Kitchen on Aug. 23, and the U.S. premiere of “Palenque Rojo,” a dramatic production of dance, ritual and costume, on Sept. 8 and 9. Advance tickets are available.
The band’s new album, “Something In The Water,” is Americana/country-rock at its best. Seamless musicianship, relatable storytelling and at least one instant classic. Leigh Glass & the Hazards play the French Broad Brewery on Friday.
His local stops start with the One Stop on Thursday (Xpress will give away a pair of tickets) and include shows at The French Broad River Festival and Luella’s BBQ.
The L.A.-based acrobatic performance company comes to Diana Wortham Theatre on March 13 and 14.
The 80-year-old nonprofit arts organization announced today that it won’t have another season and will close at the end of April. The final performance will be the Moscow Ballet on March 9.
Word Slam’s upcoming contest for middle and high school students spotlights beats and rhymes at the Altamont Theater on April 30.
Cookie LaRue’s second cousin Lorna Doone performs two shows at Tressa’s on Friday, April 1.