Concerts in Asheville


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  • The Orange Peel
    Cracker brings their signature brand of irony and irreverence to a performance of their 1993 platinum album release, Kerosene Hat, which produced three radio hits including ‘90s alt-rock jam “Low.” The band’s power-pop-punk tunes have been bopping heads for more than 15 years and over the course of eight albums—making the musicians veterans of the rock scene. The indie-rock showcase includes a performance from Camper van Beethoven, a band that shares a lead singer and a backstage bathroom with Cracker.
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    101 Biltmore Ave
    Asheville, NC US
  • Green Room Bistro & Bar
    Brian and Tiffany Lee, the husband-and-wife team behind Green Room Bistro & Bar, prepare familiar comfort-cuisine using ingredients that stand up to scrutiny. They source many ingredients locally, from the bison that goes into juicy burgers to the local feta cheese in freshly tossed salads. Fresh, nitrate-free meats gain deep flavor in the smoker before they're layered onto deli sandwiches. Though the menu has lots of healthy options, it also has an indulgent side?take the smoked fried chicken, for example, which gets slow-smoked before it's battered for maximum flavor. Belgian-style pommes frites are another indulgent specialty; they're cut by hand, fried twice in beef tallow, and served with a choice of 11 sauces. ?If you're going to pay the calorie penalty for something fried, it might as well be really tasty,? Brain told the Mountain Xpress.
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    12 Church Street
    Asheville, NC US
  • Lexington Avenue Brewery
    Where food and beer may seem to be independent entities at many brewpubs, the two facets of Lexington Avenue Brewery are inextricably linked. It begins in the onsite brewery, where locally sourced ingredients give rise to an amber array of unfiltered, additive-free beers. Then it's onto the farm, where the pub's own herd of Black Angus cattle feed on the brewery's spent grain. These cows, in turn, become part of the artisan food menu, bolstering the beers with burgers topped in house-cured bacon and hand-cut steaks. Of course, the brewery's function would be incomplete without a matching form. Spotlights glint off a floor-to-ceiling, curved fishbowl wall, where cavernous steel pots house signature beers and the 92-foot adjoining bar seats patrons busy imagining the effervescent hops nearby.
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    39 North Lexington Avenue
    Asheville, NC US
  • Beacon Pub
    Chow down on all of your pub favorites at Beacon Pub. Health-crazed eaters may have to stick with water, though, as Beacon Pub offers delicious grub that s far as can be from low-fat fare. Beacon Pub is a local restaurant that accommodates both large and small groups. Diners who appreciate a no-frills environment come to Beacon Pub in jeans and a hoodie. Feed the gang at your next get-together with catering from Beacon Pub as well. At Beacon Pub, drivers can settle for safe parking in the lot next door. You won't get sticker shock from your bill at Beacon Pub — prices are usually less than $15.
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    204 Whitson Ave
    Swannanoa, NC US
  • Asheville Symphony
    The Asheville Symphony invites classical newcomers and connoisseurs alike to bask in the sonic onslaught of powerful tunes during its seven-concert season. Under the skillful baton work of conductor Daniel Meyer, a six-season Asheville Symphony veteran, each concert harnesses the well-versed notes of up to 100 talented orchestra members and features a performance by a different guest artist.
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    87 Haywood St
    Asheville, NC US
  • Greenville Little Theatre
    During Shake, Rattle, & Roll!, professional Elvis impersonator Scot Bruce accurately depicts The King during his prime by belting out hits from the 1950s and 1960s in classic Presley attire. Known for his cameo in Faith Hill's "Let's Go to Vegas" music video, Bruce impresses audiences with an uncanny resemblance to Presley that encompasses the same pompadour, shared facial characteristics, and the ability to power a propeller-less helicopter by swiveling his hips. A four-piece band equipped with vintage instruments joins Bruce in successfully recreating Elvis's journey from his humble beginnings at Sun Records.
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    444 College St
    Greenville, SC US

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