What up my peeps ! I hope you feeling goooooood. Personally, I feel  winds of change are coming to Asheville. For real, everyday I meet more and more people interested in the idea of making this town the most inclusive city in America, and this makes me feel hopeful, as I see people doing the talk and doing the walk, then, I  also see events like the first one in our weekend list and I LOVE IT !

*Best Cultural and diverse musical option this weekend

AC HOTEL,  downtown Asheville on Saturday Sep-29

These tangueros live and love Asheville and they want to share their passion for tango ! Mexico, Uruguay and the U.S.A make the nationalities of the band members.  Come and join us for a night of great music and awesome people. AC Hotel located downtown Asheville.


Friday Sept 28

DR. BACON is a 7 Piece touring Appalachian Funk, Grass and Rock & Roll band. Blending incredibly diverse instrumentation with broad, deep musical influences, allows the band to perform a plethora of widely accessible, danceable music.

Tickets: $10.00     Genre: Funk/Rock Show: 9PM (Doors: 8:30PM) Ages: 21+    

Saturday Sept/29

COFRESI-Edamame-Ryan Viser-Henry + The Invisibles. Saturday, September 29th

31 Patton Ave, Asheville, NC 28801. Starts at 9pm | 21+ | $12/15              Asheville Music Hall

The Odditorium

Asheville After Dark presents the next edition of Perversions, a play party in West Asheville!

Join us on 28 September as once again we invade the Odditorium for our particular brand of weirdnesswe’re bringing a spanking bench and St. Andrew’s Cross for impact play, we’ll have a massage table for fire or electrical play (or anything else you can think of), and we’ll have floor mats for rope work or rough body play.         The Odditorium here


SALVAGE STATION (Sat-Sep-29) Cody Canada and The Departed Americana, rock, alt-country

Salvage Station here

The Orange Peel


With My Piece Of Land, you get the sense that Amanda Shires has reached a personal pinnacle. This album is the creative milestone suited to accompany the recent milestones in her life: becoming a mother, developing into a true artist, and finally finding a home.

Mmmmm, here is more about the Orange Peel

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