Central United Methodist Church of Asheville concert series kicks off with performance by three women musicians. Plus, Asheville poet explores mental health in new collection, Asheville Symphony relocates shows and Love Bubble celebrates new album.
The Americana Burlesque & Sideshow Festival, on hiatus since 2019 due to COVID safety concerns, returns to Asheville. Plus, author’s memoir explores WNC ‘ghost lights,’ Asheville Music School holds a fundraiser and First Presbyterian Church Asheville presents a one-woman show about the life of medieval mystic Julian of Norwich.
Artéria Collective, a nonprofit arts and culture organization, will hold Sugarbush Showcase. Plus, The Grey Eagle starts an all-ages Sunday music series, Frame It highlights local artists and Johnson Family hold Mother’s Day event.
Asheville’s Side House Records wants to make recording a pleasant experience for local musicians. Plus, Henderson County author imagines strange doings in Flat Rock, two Asheville historic buildings get protected and the Asheville Symphony presents a renowned pianist.
Yetzirah will present a reading featuring three Jewish poets. Plus, Artéria Collective students will document the reparations process, Asheville Junior Theater will put on Peter Pan Jr. and a Tyger Tyger exhibition will focus on the night.
With Halloween approaching, local music venues host a variety of holiday-appropriate acts — costumes and all.
A local musician will hike 3,000 miles to raise awareness of recovery issues. Plus, Asheville Community Theatre hires a new artistic director, Magnetic Theatre tackles worker struggles and Asheville Gallery of Art highlights a local artist’s bird paintings.
On Sunday, March 27, Strada Italiano and Social Lounge celebrates its 10-year anniversary. Plus: Museum of the Cherokee Indian announces spring series with a focus on food sovereignty, Taco Bill expands eastward and more!
A blog series from the Buncombe County Public Libraries details the occupations of Black women in 1890. Plus, the Swannanoa Valley Museum presents a look at historic Black Mountain College photos, a local artist honors women with free art and more.
Sound crews at The Grey Eagle and The Orange Peel navigate stressful environments to bring live music to audiences.
Longtime friends Jeremy Boger and Kevin Rumley discuss their musical bond, as well as their upcoming show that benefits the Western North Carolina Veterans Treatment Court Foundation.
Acoustic Syndicate and David Wilcox return to The Grey Eagle, while Isis Music Hall hosts three nights of local artists.
Ten local arts leaders comprise the inaugural Arts Coalition leadership team. Also, Folkmoot returns to in-person events, plus more area arts news!
Representatives from White Horse, The Grey Eagle and The Orange Peel discuss their approaches to welcoming audiences back indoors.
This past December, Big Pillow Brewing hosted its soft opening, making it the third craft brewery in Madison County, joining the Mad Co. Brew House in Marshal and the Hickory Nut Gorge Brewery in the restored Mars Hill Theatre in Mars Hill.
The Alabama-based soul rockers made history (twice) during the final show in The Grey Eagle’s drive-in series at the Maggie Valley Festival Grounds.
The husband-and-wife duo put on a high-quality show at the Maggie Valley Festival Grounds, but the overall audience experience has room for improvement.
The Flat Rock campus adds an exciting piece of pottery-making equipment, SoundSpace@Rabbit’s opens and more area arts news.
Indoor library services return, the Asheville Art Museum launches a fund drive and more area arts news.
The N.C. festival is increasing access with a weeklong virtual event, outdoor entertainment ramps up in October and more area arts news.
The rockabilly icon plays a couple of songs from The Grey Eagle stage.