This event will happen all day Saturday and Sunday, and it will feature both national and local artists. Admission is free.
Enjoy a free weekend festival celebrating African-Caribbean culture at Goombay in Pack Square Park. There will be dancing to the beat of West African drums, and the music will range from gospel to funk and soul. Catch the fun all weekend! Friday: 6-10 p.m., Saturday: 11 a.m.-10 p.m., Sunday: 12-6 p.m.
This is a brand-new experience you don't want to miss. Over multiple days, the culinary minds of Asheville will come together for a fully immersive food event that will leave your tastebuds satiated. Not only will this event feature dinners, tours, brunches, tastings and demonstrations, there will also be community yoga, seminars, live music and hands-on activities.
Enjoy a day of live music while supporting the River Arts District and Our Voice, a crisis intervention and prevention agency that serves victims of sexual violence in Buncombe County. There will be two stages, many local and national bands of varied genres and sounds, and of course, food, drinks and dancing.
Catch Grammy Award-winning artist Kacey Musgraves perform her neo-traditional country tunes. Indie rock performer Weyes Blood will open the show, and tickets range from $30-$130.
The 39th Annual Heritage Weekend is a free celebration of mountain heritage. There will be traditional crafts, music, dancing and demonstrations. This event is a perfect way to enjoy an early autumn weekend with friends and family.
This festival celebrates artisans with skills ranging from tilework and sculpture to jewelry and pottery. There will be more than 40 ceramic art vendors, food trucks, raku demonstrations and live music. This is a free community event, and it's open to all ages.
The much-anticipated Oktoberfest returns to Asheville on Oct. 5, and tickets are selling quickly! This celebration is one full of food, music, fun and, of course, beer. There will be 20 breweries featuring seasonal brews, making it the perfect time to enjoy all the great beer in the city. Tickets are on sale now.