Isis Music Hall celebrates LGBTQ Pride Month with sets from three talented East Coast singer-songwriters on June 13.
**UPDATED JUNE 6** Appalachian Vintner and The Whale host events with brewers visiting the area for Fonta Flora Brewery’s State of Origin, and more local beer news.
The Durham-based antifolk troubadour plays a full band show at the Burger Bar on June 9.
Asheville BookWorks hosts an exhibition of the 11-artist collective’s work, June 7-July 28.
The Las Vegas singer-songwriter plays French Broad River Brewery on June 7.
The Grail shows a documentary on a London Gay Men’s Chorus singer’s journey, the Polk County Film Initiative hosts a fundraiser for the 2018 Tryon International Film Festival and more.
The fundraiser for Heart of Horse Sense takes place June 9 at Horse Sense of the Carolinas’ Marshall farm.
**UPDATED WITH COMPLETE WINNERS LIST** Erich Seigler’s and Brent Kilby’s Don’t Build a Wall Mexican Lager took home Xpress’ Kings of the Mountain award.
The musical renaissance man discusses the perks of living in Atlanta, working with Pharrell and Kendrick Lamar and his 30-year friendship with Big Boi.
The Brooklyn-based abstract turntablist, sound artist and DJ presents a solo turntable performance and workshop June 5 at Black Mountain College Museum + Arts Center.
The exhibition of Asheville-based contemporary artists runs June 1-30 at The Satellite Gallery.
The Center for Craft’s summer-long Craft City series kicks off June 1 with a mini-macramé plant hanger workshop.
The Nashville singer-songwriter plays solo acoustic versions of songs from his latest album on June 1 at The Grey Eagle.
Asheville Pizza & Brewing Co. celebrates Prince’s birthday with two screenings of “Purple Rain,” deadlines loom for the inaugural Micropolitan Film Festival and more.
The exhibition and sale of revisioned vintage postcards by Terry Taylor benefits the Friends of the North Carolina Room projects and will be held June 1-2 at 305 Hillside St.
Local water, barley, yeast and hops providers discuss their roles in keeping Asheville one of the nation’s top beer producers.
The Asheville rockers play a benefit show for Everytown for Gun Safety on May 27 at Salvage Station.
**UPDATED MAY 24** AVL Beer Week begins with collaborative IPAs and more local beer news.
The Philadelphia dark-pop quartet plays Fleetwood’s on May 25.
The showcase of works by visual artist Joseph Pearson and young writers of color takes place May 25 at the YMI Cultural Center.
The “comedic love letter to all levels of pop-culture fandom” debuts May 24 at The Magnetic Theatre.