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 says.
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.
The monthly showcase of local singer-songwriters continues July 5 at Local 604 Bottle Shop.
The musicians have embraced life on the road and wrote about their experiences traversing the country, time and again.
The questionnaire will advise the city on which updates and renovations of the Thomas Wolfe Auditorium best serve community needs. Once the survey is completed, Earl Swensson Associates Architects will draft programming and conceptual designs for the building.
The record is a cohesive collection that bears the distinctive musical fingerprints of its creator.
Creations by Joshua Marc Levy, Greu and Travis Medford have an opening reception on June 28 at Push Skate Shop & Gallery.
The Asheville-based all-ages band plays The Grey Eagle on June 30.
Working with other artists became a steady through-line in Michelle Malone’s career. Her latest album, 2018’s Slings and Arrows, includes songs she co-wrote with Randall Bramlett and up-and-coming Atlanta artist Eliot Bronson.
The former Swannanoa Chamber Music Festival adopts a new name for its 50th year, which runs June 29-July 22.
The show was probably played as contemporary from its 1965 Broadway premiere through at least the early 1990s, but it’s become a bit of a relic of its era, with its casual approach to what can be considered somewhat toxic masculinity today.
Music booker Jeff Whitworth says that he often hears positive comments. “People will tell me, ‘Thank you for hosting metal shows at The Grey Eagle,’ or, ‘I’m glad somebody’s booking real hip hop shows.’”
The Maine-based folk/pop siblings play Isis on June 27.
The 8th annual Asheville Percussion Festival runs through Monday, July 1, with workshops, demos and concerts.
The staged reading of Barbie Angell’s play opens The Magnetic Theatre’s New Play Development Program on June 27.
The band just released its debut EP, The Morning. It includes five original songs .