Soul artist Lee Fields (RIYL Sharon Jones, The Legendary JC’s, Fitz & the Tantrums) plays Asheville Music Hall on Thursday, Dec. 6. Sidney Barnes, backed by The Secret B-Sides, opens. 9 p.m., $12 in advance or $15 day of show.
Go for a hike, browse antiques, check out local music or contribute to a community darkroom, all for less than a fast food value meal. As always, Xpress brings you the best in low-cost weekend entertainment.
Earth Day means a variety of family-friendly outdoor festivals this weekend, but, as always, we bring you an eclectic lineup of budget-friendly events that also includes music, theatre and science.
This weekend, find a new best friend, enjoy freshly picked apples, discover a new career or LAAFF until you cry. And while you’re here, share more budget-friendly events in the comments section below.
Nationally touring acts like Sam Bush, Railroad Earth, Acoustic Syndicate, Greensky Bluegrass and Frontier Ruckus are expected to draw more than 5,000 fans to the high country this weekend, with a host of local performers including Naked Gods, Uncle Mountain, River Whyless, Yo Mama’s Big Fat Booty Band, Secret B-Sides and Town Mountain rounding out the bill.
This weekend starts with a bang: a green, beer soaked bang. But it doesn’t end there. We’ve got art openings, music, spoken word, outdoors and even some events for the kids. And as usual, they’re as easy on the wallet as they are entertaining. While you’re here, check out Clubland for a complete schedule of weekend music.
Get a preview of Flowers & Chocolate (coming out in April) this Friday at the French Broad Chocolate Lounge.
The local soul/r&b band performs a self-described “other-worldly” rendition of their song, “Nearest Star.”