The Brooklyn-based stage magician performs at The Odditorium on Aug. 11.
The Asheville rocker shares the Feb. 23 Odditorium bill with Minorcan and Nikki and the Phantom Callers.
The Philadelphia-based rock/punk quartet plays The Odditorium on Jan. 18.
From unexpected expansions to hemp beers, the local brewing industry overlapped in a handful of standout areas over the past year.
Halloween falls midweek this year, which means while many ghoulish entertainments will take place the preceding weekend, there are still some events to look forward to on Halloween night itself.
“We always say, ‘It takes a village to run this place,’” says Amy Marshall, who owns the West Asheville venue with her partner, Tamy Kuper.
There’s typically a time limit for each presenter, and some open mics have a theme or a host to usher the evening along, but what happens in front of the microphone is, truly, wide open to possibility.
Liquor-free drinks receive the same artisan treatment as their spirited counterparts at many Asheville restaurants and bars.
The Odditorium plays host to various demonstrations and nearly 40 artists and artisans on March 24.
The Orlando-based “three-piece indierocktronica band” play The Odditorium on March 8.
Here are some suggested philosophical states in which to dwell (with appropriately corresponding entertainment) when the clock strikes midnight.
The inaugural “inclusive festival for feminists who play hard” is set for Nov. 3-4 at The Odditorium.
Here’s a selection of costumed capers, ghoulish gatherings and pumpkin-spiced parties. From autumnal festivities to puppet shows, there’s a celebration for nearly every reveler.
Country/folk musician Austin Lucas and comedian Ryan Singer stop by The Odditorium on Wednesday, Oct. 18 at 8 p.m.
The Nashville power-punk duo return to The Odditorium on Thursday, Aug. 24, at 9 p.m.
Minorcan and Eureka California open for the British rock trio at The Odditorium on Friday, May 27, at 9 p.m.
Brother Joel and Sam Herring share the stage again on Sunday, March 13, at The Mothlight. There, Joel’s latest solo identity, Nervous Dupre, opens for Future Islands side project, The Snails. Three days later, Nervous Dupre plays locally again, this time at The Odditorium.
Ten local comedians take the stage at the Millroom Saturday, Jan. 9, at 8 p.m.
From stand-up open mics featuring local talent to national acts, Asheville delivered some big laughs.
After talks of a reunion for three years, influential South Florida riot-goth band Jack Off Jill holds a weekend-long get-together in Asheville. The show date falls of the 15 year anniversary of the release of the band’s final album, Clear Hearts, Grey Flowers.
Local artist Lisa René, aka Pinky Rasta, works in acrylic and canvas as well as atypical mediums such as found-object sculpture, broken glass on canvas, and as a model for her own photography. The exhibit of her work runs through May.