Here is a peak at some of the most interesting options for you this weekend. Friday – Saturday- August 24-25.
*BEST OPTION TO HAVE FUN AND MAKE COMMUNITY
In a TWO DAY event benefitting the WNC Sanctuary we’re excited to expand the wonders that has become Hex! Please see the flier photo for event details and come share in some wonderful workshops, lessons, a marketplace full of rad vendors and finally our bi-monthly DANCE PARTY! More info here.
ASHEVILLE MUSIC HALL
Delivering performances that drive the spirit and touch on topics from mindfulness to environmental stewardship- this band is intent on making music with a message. Asheville Music Hall
“I grew up on 80’s hair metal,” Alex Williams says with a laugh. “My dad listened to Cinderella and Ratt, so that was my musical upbringing until I was about 16. That’s when my grandparents played me ‘Dreaming My Dreams’ by Waylon Jennings and ‘Red Headed Stranger’ by Willie Nelson.” Salvage Station here
THE GREY EAGLE FRIDAY 24
If you like the blues, we’ve got some HOT blues for you (Friday) with Joe Louis Walker at The Grey Eagle. SERIOUSLY, check him out!!
Reggae by the River is a new festival that aims to help different charities in our community here in Asheville. This weekend we invite you to come party with a purpose to the help benefit the Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation. Together we can make a difference. BYWATER
ISIS MUSIC HALL
Growing up in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, singer-songwriter Caleb Caudle was raised on rock n’ roll and Southern hospitality. Influenced by bands like The Clash and Velvet Underground, Caudle was playing North Carolina’s punk rock circuit by the age of 15. ISIS MUSIC HALL
And yes, we still want to invite you to the movies, follow our Facebook page this weekend and make the comment, “Diversity is a beautiful thing to embrace” and you can WIN TWO TICKETS, to watch the movie BlackkKlansman courtesy of Descubre Asheville and our friends from The Fine Arts Theatre, we will post the names of lucky winners by 4PM TODAY AND TOMORROW, Saturday August 25
Blog by Luis Carlos Serapio for Descubre Asheville.