For those of us who want to kick this year to the curb and see in — albeit with some trepidation — 2017, here’s where to sip some bubbly, wear a wacky hat, dance like no one’s watching and party like it’s 1999 (there’s no shame if you secretly wish it was).
The final roundup of 2016 includes Yo Mama’s Big Fat Booty Band, The Nth Power, The Cheeksters and Marching Church.
RiverMusic closes out its 2016 season with live music from three acts: The Get Right Band, The Broadcast and Blitzen Trapper. The free show has moved to Carrier Park and takes place on Friday, Oct. 7.
The national tour celebrating — and raising funds for — National Parks and National Heritage Areas rolls into Asheville for a two-day event.
Asheville gets a first listen, with band’s launch and extensive tour (including a date in Belgium, and more European shows to come) starting, fittingly, from The Broadcast’s adopted hometown.
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The Broadcast has planned and arts and crafts supplies drive to coincide with the lively rock group’s upcoming performance at The Grey Eagle. Art gear and monetary donations collected at the event will benefit teens at Eliada’s residential treatment facility.
Coming out of a tumultuous year that saw two of its founding members depart, Asheville-based (though originally from Brooklyn) The Broadcast is gearing up for what looks to be its busiest year yet.
Asheville’s own The Broadcast will bring its brand of infectious rock ‘n’ roll to The Grey Eagle on Saturday, April 11. Ahead of the show, they performed three songs exclusively for Acoustic Asheville. “Dodge the Arrow” “Sirens” “Every Step”
This weekend brings pets, outdoors, music and more. As always, Xpress highlights the best in low-cost weekend events.
The Friday, Sept. 7 show is shaping up to be a cosmic dance party of intergalactic proportions.
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.
The soul-infused rock band plays at Jack of the Wood on Saturday. The musicians moved to Asheville from Brooklyn last year to pursue their hopes of playing music full-time.