The Odditorium adds a food menu, Botanist & Barrel opens an Asheville location in the old Over Easy Café space, Wicked Weed expands to Harrah’s Cherokee Casino Resort in Cherokee and more local food news.
Austin’s Ghost Wolves swing back through Asheville with a searing new single (and a collaboration with BP Fallon; the trio is pictured here). Check out a preview here; the show is Thursday, Sept. 27 at The Get Down.
Three local bands perform three very different styles of music in West Asheville this Saturday. Lassos is a new band; Shod My Feet is about to release a new album. Headliner Hello Hugo is pictured, here.
**UPDATED: SHOW TONIGHT!** Drum ensemble Man Forever plays The Get Down on Friday, May 25.
The experiemntal rock duo (and Vincent’s Ear alumni) return for two shows: one at The Get Down on Friday in support of Jovontaes, and one at Static Age on Saturday as part of Record Store Day.
The Critters’ “Visions of Light” is an infectiously gritty take on melodic psych-pop. This weekend, the band celebrates the EP’s official release with an acoustic instore at Harvest Records, followed by a raw and rowdy electric set at The Get Down. Xpress brings you this exclusive performance in advance of Saturday’s doubleheader.
The Asheville Bar Hopper shuttle service has launched — interest is high, but so far riders are scarce.
Blue Jeans and Khaki Pants’ “X-rated honkey-tonk” is not for the faint of heart.
Get down to the Get Down on Saturday, Nov. 19, for the CD release show for “On Golden RonD” — the long-awaited debut CD from one of Asheville’s most sincere and sincerely misunderstood bands. RonD has been gigging around Asheville for several years now, attracting a loyal following of fans. Their live shows are riotous […]
Chapel-Hill based band MAKE takes that conceptual pairing a bit farther (and play the Get Down on Monday, Nov. 14).
This weekend, find a new best friend, enjoy freshly picked apples, discover a new career or LAAFF until you cry. And while you’re here, share more budget-friendly events in the comments section below.
In other, charity-concerned Moogfest satellite-event news, The Get Down, a still-new bar at 1045 Haywood Road, will host Boob Fest, a benefit for, well, breasts — specifically breast cancer.