The Snarky Puppy percussionists bring their all-star Dallas ensemble to Asheville Music Hall on Oct. 18.
The indie-folk artists play the Isis lounge on Oct. 18.
Highland Brewing screens a documentary about paid family leave, Asheville Brewing presents one on the dwindling populations of wild Alaskan salmon and more.
The Richmond-based musician plays The Mothlight on Oct. 17.
Press release from Duke Energy: Duke Energy’s advancement of battery energy storage technologies in the Carolinas includes $500 million of projects in the company’s 15-year forecast – continuing the company’s industry-leading deployment of the technology. “Duke Energy is at the forefront of battery energy storage, and our investment could increase as we identify projects that deliver […]
The two local cideries are rolling out new locations on the South Slope and in the heart of downtown Asheville.
The fall-themed show of casual wear and “After 5” styles is set for Oct. 14 at ZenobiaStudio.
**UPDATED OCT. 10** Asheville Brewing releases its first ginger beer, Daidala brings in Original Sin Cider’s founder for an apple tasting and more local beer news.
The combination Medieval Market and Viking Fight Night takes place Oct. 13 at the Hazel Robinson Amphitheatre.
The Charleston, S.C.-based author reads from her debut novel on Oct. 11 at Malaprop’s.
Asheville-based filmmaker Kira Bursky discusses her new app Critiqr, which connects filmmakers to feedback on their works-in-progress.
The electric Americana band hosts “3 Ring Shenanigans” art and music events Oct. 8-10 at Ambrose West.
The Black Mountain singer-songwriter celebrates his birthday with Malcolm Holcombe and Woody Wood on Oct. 6 at White Horse Black Mountain.
**UPDATED OCT. 3** Burial brings Evil Twin’s founder to town, Bhramari hosts a festival celebrating hazy and hoppy brews and more local beer news.
The 51st annual folk music festival takes place Oct. 6 at Mars Hill University.
The new trio, which includes Asheville-based guitarist Tashi Dorji, plays The Mothlight on Oct. 4.
The Tryon International Film Festival returns for its fourth year, Silent Sundays at the Grail spotlight comedy shorts and more.
Vocalist Paul Janeway discusses his group’s new album and not wanting to be known as merely a live band.
The Chicago-based experimental duo returns to The Mothlight on Sept. 29.
**UPDATED SEPT. 26** Multiple Asheville area breweries take home GABF medals, Appalachian Vintner and Eurisko collaborate on a New England IPA and more local beer news.
The annual celebration of regional culture takes place Sept. 29 at Western Carolina University.