The 36th annual celebration of dance, music and culture from around the world runs July 18-28 across Western North Carolina.
The 72nd annual fair returns to the U.S. Cellular Center, July 18-21.
The Asheville-based shoegaze/electronic band’s fourth collection displays ample charms.
Teaser videos show this collaboration as a lush, experimental string band that sits somewhere in a Venn diagram between artists like Birds of Chicago, Kaia Kater, and Punch Brothers.
According to cultural historian Joe Horowitz, “You’re not going to be able to attend the event without asking yourself what it has to do with the present moment.”
The “Latingrass” four-piece plays UNCA’s Concerts on the Quad series on July 15.
The musical shares the story of misfit refugees and performers who band together for survival in a war-torn world.
Trae Crowder, aka the Liberal Redneck, Crowder will perform in Asheville with fellow standup artists Drew Morgan and Corey Ryan Forrester on Saturday and Sunday, July 13 and 14.
Local artist Neil Carroll’s exhibit of graffiti-inspired, mixed-media art and fine furniture opens July 13 at Grovewood Gallery.
Outdoor theater remains the best way to experience the Robin Hood stories, and the amphitheater’s setting, full of the sounds of nature, adds to the overall enjoyment of the play.
The Asheville producer/musician has a music video release party for his new single on July 12 at Room Nine.
The comedy stage show runs July 12-14 at The Magnetic Theatre.
The nine songs on ‘The Bull Moose Party’ showcase a full band that can deftly switch gears between folk, bluegrass and Americana.
On Sunday, July 7, Barnes & Noble at the Asheville Mall will host a book signing for author Robert Beatty’s latest novel, Serafina and the Seven Stars.
Becky Stone, a professional storyteller in Asheville for 30 years, organizes SAFP for the Asheville Storytelling Circle. “We want to showcase story in all of its forms,” she says.
The Brooklyn-based multicultural ensemble plays The One Stop on July 6.
“I tell myself, ‘If I’m going to do comedy the rest of my life, what’s the rush?’” Attanasio
The annual design competition returns to Asheville Community Theatre on July 6.
The Asheville and Portland-based duos reunite July 5 at The Mothlight.
Outdoor concerts, street dances, picnics with family (chosen or blood) and friends — all culminating in a fireworks spectacle — underscore the sweetness of a summer holiday.