The nine-piece ensemble of all-star Asheville talent plays Isis Music Hall on Dec. 15.
Spoiler Alert! takes place at The BLOCK off Biltmore on Thursday, Dec. 14, Pure Yoga hosts a screening of ‘What is Real? The Story of Jivamukti Yoga,’ submissions are being accepted for Asheville’s 90-Second Newbery Film Festival, and more.
Held every other month at The Mothlight, the latest Hex dance party takes place Dec. 16 and raises funds for The Steady Collective.
A trio of Australia-based scholars and artists discuss and perform works at Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center on Dec. 13.
Curated by Joshua Marc Levy, the group show of gig posters by local illustrators runs through Sunday, Jan. 7, at Push Skate Shop and Gallery.
Asheville artist Tim Arem’s one-man Japanese-themed family circus theater experience will be performed Dec. 10 at The Altamont Theatre.
The holiday classic returns to Diana Wortham Theatre Dec. 8-10.
The evening of Cherokee music and dance takes place Dec. 7 at Blue Ridge Community College’s Thomas Auditorium in Flat Rock.
The Grail and Asheville Jewish Community Center present a documentary about Israel’s influential Farag photography business, Pack Library offers a Star Wars refresher and more.
The 24-hour Dungeons & Dragons game to benefit Levine Children’s Hospital runs Dec. 8-9 at The Wyvern’s Tale.
The local singer will be backed by the Richard Shulman Trio at Isis Music Hall on Dec. 3.
**UPDATED DEC.1** Asheville Brewing and Burial commemorate their first collaboration with a new beer and discussion of the local industry, Tunnel Road Tap Haus hosts a Highland tap takeover (with Imperial Cold Mountain) and more area beer news.
The Big Crafty’s first two-day event takes place Dec. 2-3 at the U.S. Cellular Center.
The holiday tradition — now preceded by a Victorian craft festival — runs Saturdays and Sundays, Dec. 2-17, at Hazel Robinson Amphitheater.
Asheville’s self-described purveyor of “space-age folk-wave” plays its final show of the year on Dec. 2 at Salvage Station.
UNCA and Grail Moviehouse celebrate silent cinema, the Frame + Form Screen Dance Festival deadline nears and more.
The Friends of the WNC Nature Center’s long-running holiday celebration returns Dec. 2 with a full day of family-friendly activities.
Asheville businesses give patrons the opportunity to grab a beer while shopping for garden supplies, outdoor gear, groceries or interacting with working glassblowers.
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.
The annual local performance takes place at Isis Music Hall on Nov. 26.