The Chicago horror-comedy ensemble brings its brand of horror-comedy to The Mothlight on April 23.
Headlined by Perpetual Groove, the Franklin music festival runs April 19-21 to Altered Frequencies.
The local instrumentalist/producer/DJ opens for Little People on April 18 at Asheville Music Hall.
The improvisational jazz ensemble stops by The Mothlight on April 17.
The acclaimed soul singer performs at Thomas Wolfe Auditorium on April 15.
The photo essay exhibit of seemingly healthy women secretly battling chronic pain opens April 13 at The Block Off Biltmore.
The Asheville rockers debut new tunes and team with Andrew Scotchie & the River Rats for a Fleetwood Mac tribute on April 12 at Salvage Station.
Acclaimed guitarist Meg Duffy brings their band to The Mothlight on April 13.
The Swannanoa native plays an album release show on April 9 at The Grey Eagle.
The inaugural local celebration of invention, creativity, curiosity and hands-on learning takes place April 6 on UNC Asheville’s Main Quad.
Asheville-based artist Elizabeth Albright’s show of zoomorphic transformations of classic portraiture has an opening reception on April 5 at Downtown Books and News.
Local transgender, non-binary and gender nonconforming artists’ work will be displayed and auctioned on March 31 at the Taylor Art Gallery.
The Asheville folk/Americana duo perform new songs at Ambrose West on March 29.
The prolific Asheville-based vocalist and multi-instrumentalist opens for Avey Tare on March 28 at The Mothlight.
Michael “Badhair” Williams, Freeman Owle and Ronnie Pepper perform March 28 at Blue Ridge Community College’s Flat Rock campus.
David Einzig’s folk/soul ensemble concludes its monthlong Ben’s Tune Up residency on March 20 and 27.
The four North Carolina indie rockers play The Mothlight on March 25.
The comedian headlines an all-Atlanta show on March 23 at LaZoom Room.
The fundraiser for Planned Parenthood South Atlantic takes place March 23 at Wedge Brewing Co.’s Foundation space.
The Philadelphia orchestral pop duo heads to One World Brewing’s downtown location on March 20.
The North Carolina native bring his new Cuban-inspired blues songs to Isis Music Hall on March 16.