Black hip-hop artists and local venue bookers discuss the stigmas surrounding the genre and their efforts to work together as professionals.
The Asheville-based ensemble performs its first show of 2018 on Jan. 13 at Salvage Station.
Asheville’s self-described purveyor of “space-age folk-wave” plays its final show of the year on Dec. 2 at Salvage Station.
The daylong, family-friendly music festival takes place Nov. 11 at Salvage Station.
The acclaimed bassist’s star-studded tour stops at Salvage Station on Nov. 3.
The four acts — The Veldt, Moon Hootch, The New Mastersounds and JD McPherson — spotlighted in this edition represent very different styles of music.
The fifth annual event provides an opportunity to reflect on the local cider industry — one that’s grown to the extent that new types of business models and specialty stores have emerged alongside national and state associations, helping established and new producers better educate consumers and grow their brands.
This edition previews Asheville shows in a variety of styles: rock, prewar jazz, EDM and a kind of jazz/hip-hop hybrid.
The reggae artist plays a headlining show at Salvage Station on Monday, Sept. 18.
Event organizer Zuzu Welsh says that this year’s festival will feature seven local acts in addition to Magness (Saturday’s headliner) and Champion (Sunday’s festival closer).
Entering its ninth year, the Asheville Wine & Food Festival will take place at Pack Square Park. Also: Taco Throwdown and Tequila Tasting returns to The Grey Eagle, Table hosts Service Industry Luncheon, Noble Cider teams up with OWL Bakery and Looking Glass Creamery for an evening event and more in this week’s Small Bites.
Blues, amped-up Americana and cracked psych-folk are just some of the music choices available to Asheville music lovers in the next 30 days.
By day, the streets of Asheville are packed with hordes of tourists following their GPS toward crowded restaurants, locals weaving their way to favorite hole-in-the-wall cafés and beer drinkers galore stumbling toward the next brewery on their list. But as night sets in and shops start to close, an entirely new problem emerges: Where can […]
This year’s Asheville burger competition saw the Salvage Station take home top honors among the judges’ picks, while a three-time champion was unseated for the people’s choice title.
Banditos and Tall Tall Trees round out the lineup for RiverMusic with Susto on Friday, July 7.
Less than 20 years old, geocaching is a new sport that’s gained a lot of ground in its short existence. Western North Carolina is prime territory for geocachers, who use GPS devices to find and hide containers stashed in precise locations around the world. The Haywood County Fairgrounds will host one of the country’s premier geocaching events on Saturday, May 27.
Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe takes the stage at Salvage Station on Thursday, May 18.
With a new record in tow, Samantha Fish unleashed a torrent of music at a recent tour stop at Salvage Station.
The festival takes place on Saturday, April 15, from 1 to 5 p.m.
Blues that isn’t blues; goofy, fun-filled rock; a guitar legend and darkly psychedelic music … those are among your concertgoing choices over the next 30 days in Asheville.
Harmonia brings sanctuary spaces to festivals of various sizes, and on Sunday, April 9, the nonprofit will host its own event — a donation-based fundraiser at Salvage Station.