The 10-day pop-up shop put on by Vintage Hendo and Engaged Asheville Wedding Studio at 41 N. Merrimon Ave. begins on Black Friday (Nov. 24) and runs through Sunday, Dec. 3.
The third film in the North Asheville Library’s Indigenous American History documentary series screens Nov. 29.
The local prog-rockers are part of a quadruple bill at The Grey Eagle on Nov. 26.
“Being away from touring has helped give us some good perspective,” guitarist Drew Heller says. “We’re definitely planning on touring countrywide — and then worldwide — but not necessarily for six or eight weeks at a time.”
The annual local performance takes place at Isis Music Hall on Nov. 26.
The turn-of-the-century themed variety show plays The Crow and Quill on Nov. 25.
Two of the acts previewed in this edition have histories reaching back many years; the other two are newer projects from established artists.
Catch Walsh tonight — Saturday, Nov. 18 — at 5 Walnut, at 9 p.m., in celebration of his new album.
Some Asheville-based arts organizations are focused on more than teaching technique to those in search of a new skill. Sure, learning how to use the tools is no small accomplishment, but these initiatives use artwork to expand horizons, explore self and community and heal wounds both physical and emotional.
Despite all of Natural Mind’s inescapable sonic connection to music of the past, the album sounds fresh and modern. With mere weeks left in 2017, it’s a strong contender for the year’s best album from an Asheville-based act.
Founded in 1988 by the late J.G. Pinkerton, TELLEBRATION! is a trademarked event that invites guilds from across the world to host a celebration in their own city the weekend before Thanksgiving. Doug Elliott will be joined by Asheville Storytelling Circle’s Chet Allen, Lee Lyons, Mary White and Becky Stone.
The finals of the 11th annual contest will be held at Asheville Music Hall on Nov. 18.
He’ll lead the symphony on Saturday, Nov. 18, at 8 p.m., at the Thomas Wolfe Auditorium.
The concert, with compositions spanning 300 years, takes place Saturday, Nov. 18, at the Thomas Wolf Auditorium.
The band got its start when brothers Adam and Jonathan Clayton (on keyboards and guitar respectively) put the project together in 2015. After some personnel shifts, the band settled on its current lineup of the Clayton twins plus guitarist Tim Husk, drummer Cartwright Brandon and bassist Kenny Crowley.
The group exhibition of handcrafted toys and games opens Nov. 18 at Grovewood Gallery.
Larry “Po’folk” Williams discusses his musical journey and the significance of going head-to-head with an MC he greatly respects.
The Asheville pop rockers play the lounge at Isis Music Hall on Nov. 17.
The retro fundraiser for AHE takes place Nov. 22 at Isis Music Hall.
The Trongone Band is quickly getting noticed along the East Coast thanks to the release of the group’s debut record, Keys to the House, in June.