RiverLink’s annual festivities take place July 20 on the French Broad River and at New Belgium Brewing Co.
Catawba celebrates its 20th anniversary with five releases, Asheville Brewing cans Ginger the Llama and more local beer news.
The creative team of Kevin Boggs and Max Murray reflect on their rock band’s terrifically cohesive “Domestic Bliss.”
The New York City-based stand-up performs at LaZoom Room on July 19 and 20.
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 “Latingrass” four-piece plays UNCA’s Concerts on the Quad series on July 15.
**UPDATED JULY 12** Archetype releases a Raspberry Saison that’s been aging for 20 months, Catawba taps a brown ale inspired by “A Confederacy of Dunces” and more local beer news.
Local artist Neil Carroll’s exhibit of graffiti-inspired, mixed-media art and fine furniture opens July 13 at Grovewood Gallery.
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 Grail screens a documentary on the band Luxury and the Smoky Mountain Cinema reopens in Waynesville.
**UPDATED JULY 5** New releases pop up across town as local breweries celebrate Independence Day.
The Brooklyn-based multicultural ensemble plays The One Stop on July 6.
The annual design competition returns to Asheville Community Theatre on July 6.
The Asheville and Portland-based duos reunite July 5 at The Mothlight.
The monthly showcase of local singer-songwriters continues July 5 at Local 604 Bottle Shop.
Catawba and New Belgium are among the select Asheville breweries that try to reach beer-loving immigrants from Central and South America.
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.