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Area clubs and concert halls are as distinctive and quirky as the bands that perform in them. You will find what you are looking for whether you're interested in seeing Blondie at The Orange Peel, The Bottle Rockets at The Grey Eagle, or the Western North Carolina Jazz Society's presentation of Johnny O'Neal Trio at the Diana Wortham Theatre at Pack Place.
When winter dusts the region with snow, the season heats up with the Warren Haynes Christmas Jam. Haynes has a special place in his heart for Asheville. Check out the Grove Park Inn & Spa's "All that Jazz" series in January, which has featured legends like Dave Brubeck.
Anam Cara Theatre Company aims to produce progressive work that provides audiences and company members alike, with an experience that makes evident the eternal connection of all humanity, in turn promoting social change, and striving for the equality …more
The Asheville Chamber Music Series (ACMS) is celebrating its 60th anniversary season (2012-2013) featuring a roster of internationally acclaimed artists including cellist, David Finckel and pianist, Wu Han; The Juipiter Quartet; Windscape; Jasper …more
The society, 120 voices strong, is in its 35th year of bringing innovative, challenging choral masterpieces to its Western North Carolina audience.
For more than six decades, Asheville Community Theatre has been delighting audiences with high quality entertainment, making it the oldest continuously operating theatre in Asheville and one of the oldest community theatres in the nation! In the 66th …more
The Asheville Contemporary Dance Theatre (ACDT), founded in 1979, is Western North Carolina's first professional modern dance company. The company performs up to 80 times a year in Asheville, the southeastern United States, and abroad (France, …more