French Broad River Brewery’s expansion will force the community art space to relocate once its lease is up after January 2018.
The spoken word series’ second installment takes place Nov. 12 at The Mothlight.
The Florida-based guitarist/vocalist plays a free show at Pisgah Brewing Co. on Nov. 10.
In cooperation with local band Modern Strangers, Los Gatos decided to make its already-scheduled Mothlight show a benefit, with all proceeds going toward United for Puerto Rico.
The Asheville-based chamber music repertory company performs its latest program at Black Mountain’s St. James Episcopal Church on Nov. 10 and Asheville’s Biltmore United Methodist Church on Nov. 12.
In conjunction with the exhibit Return from Exile: Contemporary Southeastern Indian Art , the Western Carolina University Fine Art Museum at Bardo Arts Center will host a contemporary Native American art symposium on Friday, Nov. 10.
The Michigan-based husband and wife duo play Isis Music Hall on Nov. 9.
The daylong, family-friendly music festival takes place Nov. 11 at Salvage Station.
Each week, Xpress highlights notable WNC crowdsourcing initiatives that may inspire readers to become new faces in the crowd. This week features new studio Purna Yoga 828, an album by Jackson Emmer and the success story of local musical act Tina & Her Pony.
The artists previewed in this edition are a varied lot: Americana, classical music and rock. Three are regular fixtures on the Asheville music scene, and one makes a debut performance here in the next 30 days.
The band can currently be found on tour opening for The Jesus and Mary Chain and She Wants Revenge!, but made a recent stop at The Mothlight.
From purple suits to singing eyeballs to handfuls of gold glitter, the song dips and sways for four-plus minutes and does a fine job of showcasing Barber’s prowess as a songwriter, front man and funk force.
The local eclectic soul duo play a free show at Pisgah Brewing on Nov. 8.
The intersectionality of racial and homosexual prejudice places Shakespeare’s 400-year-old play in the context of contemporary social justice.
Dial M For Murder grabs hold of us and doesn’t easily let go, rattling the chains of Hitchcock in an honorable way. Here’s hoping Flat Rock Playhouse incorporates more thrillers into its future seasons.
The 10th annual drag pageant returns to Diana Wortham Theatre on Nov. 4.
The exhibit of 13 local artists, representing an array of skin colors, ages, genders and backgrounds, runs through Wednesday, Nov. 22, at the Asheville Area Arts Council.
Transforming the fable has required extra creativity. When it comes to music, for instance, Deven Balsam is appealing to modern sensibilities by adjusting the tempo or adding a house mix on top of a Tchaikovsky composition.
The inaugural “inclusive festival for feminists who play hard” is set for Nov. 3-4 at The Odditorium.
The Appalachian-inspired sounds of Tina & Her Pony are increasingly abstract in new album Champion, which was inspired by “dreams, the subconscious and death,” according to the local duo.
Theater shines best when it reflects the true lives and struggles of the audience members in a way that moves them and makes them think. N.C. Stage delivers just such an experience in this play.