Hundreds of celebratory bike riders took to Asheville’s streets and greenways yesterday for a St. Patrick’s Day community ride. This post features a slideshow of photos from the event.
This weekend offers astronomy, comedy, exotic sounds and more. As always, Xpress brings you the best in low-cost weekend events.
Where to wear your green in Asheville (including AoB’s annual Bike of the Irish and concerts both traditional and otherwise).
This weekend, embrace your inner headbanger, drone out to found sounds, work and learn with the Nature Conservancy or celebrate the Irish in style, all for the price of a fast food lunch. As always, we bring you the best in budget-friendly events.
From reels to hard rock, from whistles to world-beat, this round up has a March 17 show for nearly every musical taste.
What could be a more appropriate day to showcase eco-friendly apparel than St. Patrick’s Day? The Circle sends green clothing down the runway at the Get Lucky Fashion Festival on March 17.
Mark your calendar: Asheville Community Theatre holds a costume sale on March 17. Photo by Ewa Skowska.
Where to drink brew on St. Patty’s Day and how to be the Beer Master.
Looking for someplace to celebrate the luck o’ the Irish? Here’s our St. Patrick’s Day roundup.
So, Asheville doesn’t have a massive parade and we don’t dye the French Broad River green to commemorate the occasion. But St. Patrick’s Day — the holiday celebrating (historically) a fifth-century Christian missionary in Ireland and (in contemporary culture) Irish heritage — still gets its due.