“Our goal was to showcase Asheville over the years through these different authors so [people] could see it from a slightly different perspective,” says Asheville Literary Tour co-founder Sarah Giavedoni.
The Japanese psychedelic band stops by The Mothlight on Oct. 20.
Tanya Blount-Trotter and Michael Trotter Jr. bring their powerful, soulful sound to The Orange Peel on Oct. 19.
Self-taught woodturner Steve Noggle is the featured maker at the 71st annual Craft Fair of the Southern Highlands, which runs Friday-Sunday, Oct. 19-21, at the US Cellular Center.
Attic Salt Theatre Company stages an outdoor production of the sci-fi play Fridays and Saturdays, Oct. 19-27.
As Nixon, veteran actor Michael MacCauley may not look like the former president, but so flawlessly inhabits the essence of Nixon that you are transfixed by his every word and gesture.
The Snarky Puppy percussionists bring their all-star Dallas ensemble to Asheville Music Hall on Oct. 18.
The indie-folk artists play the Isis lounge on Oct. 18.
Woman-owned businesses are the norm in Weaverville’s downtown district, a bustling hamlet that puts the lie to the notion of small towns as sleepy places where nothing much ever happens.
Discover Americana, hip-hop and an epic battle of sorts between tributes to two of the greatest bands of the rock era.
He recently assembled an all-star cast for a special performance at The Grey Eagle,
At first listen, Jawbone might seem less political, but dive more deeply and you’ll discover that George Terry McDonald remains a reliable composer of songs that are, so to speak, “about stuff.”
While in Cotignac, France, this summer, Colie had a show at Cercle des Arts, the gallery attached to her village’s 16th century church. Now back in Asheville, she is readying a collection that will hang in ananda hair studio for three months.
The Richmond-based musician plays The Mothlight on Oct. 17.
At that Oct. 13 show, attendees will vote upon and crown a non-gender-specific prom king and queen, and festive, space-age-themed attire is encouraged.
The fall-themed show of casual wear and “After 5” styles is set for Oct. 14 at ZenobiaStudio.
‘The Deepness of Blue’ signals intentionality. Though the chorus has several members of color, ACS has invited singers from other local choruses and African American musicians, including soloists and a pianist, to participate.
The collection of artists slated to appear at the Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 13 and 14 festival in the River Arts District is fringey, women-led, often queer-identifying, and less white-centric than the typical Western North Carolina music festival.
The combination Medieval Market and Viking Fight Night takes place Oct. 13 at the Hazel Robinson Amphitheatre.
Momentum is key to this play, and the ensemble works together well together, almost like a dance choreographed to represent the shifting points of view.
The Charleston, S.C.-based author reads from her debut novel on Oct. 11 at Malaprop’s.