Art, theatre and rock shows: Good way to spend a weekend, right? Know of more shows that cost $5 or less? Add them in the comments field.
A festival, an art opening, a benefit, lots of music and a little MADness happening in Marshall… it’s all under $5. Know of more budget-friendly events this weekend? Add them in the comments section.
This weekend brings art (Friday is the Downtown Art Walk in Asheville), a great book sale and lots of music. Know of more events that are $5 or less to attend? Please add them in the comments field.
This weekend brings art openings, CD releases and reading events. Lots to do, tiny little cover charge.
The big free show this week is, of course, Bele Chere. So pick up your Xpress pocket guide or check out mountainx.com for extensive coverage. But, if you’re not heading to downtown Asheville’s biggest festival of the year, here’s what else is going on.
Things to do this weekend: Stay hydrated, stay in the shade, stay coated in sunscreen, stay cool. Oh, and take in some good, budget-friendly entertainment. Got you covered there. (Know of other shows or events that cost $5 or less? Add them below.)
Yes, the whole week kind of funnels toward the 4th of July, with its sparklers and hot dogs and patriotic brass bands. But there’s also plenty to do before hand. Art openings, a local social and free music top this Weekend on a Shoestring top 10 list. Know of more $5 and under events? Add them below.
A top-10 round up of budget-friendly performance around WNC this weekend.
This week, Weekend on a Shoestring tries something new: a Top 10 of budget-friendly activities. Same idea — art, music, book and festival happenings around WNC with an entry fee of $5 or less … whittled down to 10 not-to-be-missed events.
More budget-friendly events coming your way including the first Downtown After Five of the 2010 season, and the return of the Montford Arts Festival. Both are free!
Get your budget weekend entertainment here: A little art, a lot of music and a dance party thrown in for good measure. Oh yeah, and a comic books convention. And a bird house auction. Yeah, that’s right: All of that and money left over for an iced coffee.
If you’re heading out of town to French Broad River Festival, you’ll be up to your ears in live music. If not, here’s what’s going on in and around Asheville — budget priced so you can save up for your SmileFest/Bonaroo/Music on the Mountaintop ticket.
There’s kind of a theme to this weekend’s Shoestring feature: Free art openings on Friday, free festivals on Saturday. Plus, lots of live music both days.
Lots of music this weekend (and Greenfest at UNC-A). Not to be missed: the return of Jonathan Ammons & the Electric Ghost which is not just a comeback but a CD release. Because it’s just that sort of weekend.
More daylight, warmer weather, and even more to do. Bands, art, a market opening, free burgers, a costume sale and plenty more. All for cheap or — even better — free.
No, the weekend doesn’t begin on Wednesday, but this week’s edition of Weekend on a Shoestring has a few budget-friendly early extras. Pace yourselves, people.
By the time this weekend rolls around, we’ll be two weeks shy of Spring. I, for one, have been counting down the days ever since December 21, so T minus two weeks seems like reason to celebrate. On that note, here’s where to party, while spend wisely. Gotta save up for sandals and sunscreen, right?
This is not just any weekend; this weekend brings both Mardi Gras and Valentine’s Day, so pace yourselves, people. Lots of budget-friendly shows here to help you do just that.
It’s that time again. Budget-friendly bands, benefits, openings, art, CD releases, soul food and a film screening… better make it a three day weekend.
It’s still January, but what with the warmer temps and glut of shows it feels like the year is really taking off. (As illustrated here by Moonlight Bride. Read on to see where they’re playing.) So much so that this edition of Shoestring gets a Thursday start and runs all weekend, with art openings, theatrical readings, a brewery anniversary and loads of budget-friendly music.
Here’s your weekly roundup of what budget-friendly events (mostly music this time) are happening around the area. Know of other shows with a $5 or less cover charge? Add them in the comments section.