The Trashy Vegan owners launch a new doughnut shop in Black Mountain. Plus: Asheville Restaurant Week 2022 arrives; Spicewalla and Poppy’s Handcrafted Popcorn collaborate; and plenty more!
The N.C. festival is increasing access with a weeklong virtual event, outdoor entertainment ramps up in October and more area arts news.
Three Southeastern-based improvisational groups perform Feb. 28 at Fleetwood’s.
The Asheville alt-pop duo’s monthlong Fleetwood’s residency continues Dec. 20 and 27.
Girls on Grass move effortlessly between surf, grunge and punk with a nod to the history inherent in those genres.
The Asheville-based Southern Gothic electro-rock duo play Fleetwood’s on Aug. 30.
The Asheville/Houston-based indie/noise rockers make their “local” debut Aug. 9 at Fleetwood’s
The creative team of Kevin Boggs and Max Murray reflect on their rock band’s terrifically cohesive “Domestic Bliss.”
The mass fake wedding extravaganza returns for a second year on Feb. 14.
Love is in the air and on the menu at many local restaurants, bars and breweries in and around Asheville.
Three of the sets noted below are free, but you can do your part to support local music by helping fill the tip jar. Lots of rock, surf and Americana in this roundup.
The Atlanta-based artist’s illustrations and standup skills will be on display Feb. 3 at Fleetwood’s.
The Indian standup comedian brings his new show to Fleetwood’s on Dec. 8.
The Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter plays Fleetwood’s on Nov. 23.
The two days of workshops, music and dance parties take place Aug. 24-25 at Fleetwood’s and The Mothlight.
The Philadelphia dark-pop quartet plays Fleetwood’s on May 25.
Producers Erin Terry and Melissa Hahn and comedian Mimi J Benfield discuss the impact Eyes Up Here has had on the North Carolina standup scene.
The Chicago-based comedian performs on a bill with Harpeet Ess and Liz Greenwood on Feb. 25 at Fleetwood’s.
Celebrate the multifaceted emotion this year, with a multitude of local events.
“If you have intensity, if you’re producing original music that is really true to yourself, we’ll back that all day long,” says Asheville Rock Collective organizer John Kennedy.
Kira Bursky screens her new short film as part of a seven-artist showcase, multiple venues host scary movie series and more.