The Asheville Music School benefit concert takes place April 19 at Isis Music Hall.
Alice Walker, Brian McLaren and host Gareth Higgins discuss the Movies & Meaning Experience, which takes place April 26-28 at Diana Wortham Theatre.
Grandfather Mountain Highland Games rock headliner Seven Nations and the Piper Jones Band play Jack of the Wood on April 20.
The company rolled out its first beer in early March and is contract-brewing with BearWaters Brewing Co. in Canton while it looks for a brewery home.
The Flood Gallery Fine Arts Center launches its Black Mountain location with an exhibition of Phil Kurz’s artwork and writing on April 14.
The group’s eighth annual market, featuring guest potters from around the Southeast and beyond, is set for April 14 at Marshall High Studios.
The local and regional hip-hop showcase takes place April 14 at Sly Grog Lounge.
Sparrow Pants, Melissa Hyman, Ashley Heath and Cynthia McDermott take to The Mothlight stage April 12.
New Belgium screens a documentary about disappearing snow seasons, the 90-Second Newbery Film Festival returns to Pack Library and more.
The fundraiser for the sustainable design nonprofit takes place April 14 at Lake Julian Park.
The Los Angeles-based pianist/vocalist plays Isis Music Hall on April 11.
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The local band plays an album release show April 6 at Asheville Music Hall.
Attic Salt’s production of the Bill C. Davis comedy runs Fridays-Sundays, April 6-22, at 35below.
The exhibition runs April 2-30 at the Wedge at Foundation’s Cloud Room and features the work of local artists Elise Okrend, Tessa Lang and Jen Gordon.
The Asheville Jewish Film Festival begins at the Fine Arts Theatre, the Grail shows a new Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds concert film and more.
Alice Gerrard & Friends, David Holt & the Lighting Bolts and Balsam Range play a show to benefit their musician friend’s medical fund April 8 at The Grey Eagle.
Asheville musician Patrick Fitzsimons brings his world-electronic project to Pillar on March 31.
The Asheville-based surrealistic soul-jazz trio celebrates the release of its debut EP on March 30 at Isis Music Hall.
The local writer reads from his second Channey Moran action/thriller on March 29 at Malaprop’s.
The traditional “throat singers” and instrumentalists visit UNC Asheville for a three-day residency, March 27-29.