On Saturday, July 20, the resident artists at Grovewood Village will open up their studios to the public, allowing visitors to gain insight into their creative process and view their most recent works. Meet makers who work in a variety of media, and browse original works of art ranging from jewelry to pottery to sculpture. Tours are free and self-guided.
The Sixth Annual Asheville Yoga Festival will take place in various venues throughout the city. Event is rain or shine, and you must purchase tickets to attend.
The 23rd Annual Biltmore Concert Series kicks off this year with The Beach Boys, an iconic band that's been performing for more than 50 years.
Join artist Sarah Jordan for an exciting new workshop to discover: The Power of Symbols to reach your goals faster and with far less effort. Includes delicious tea to sip on and a gorgeous natural henna tattoo (by Sarah Jordan) to act as a visual anchor. How much? $25 for the workshop, a henna tat, tea. Sign up at HennaPower.com.
A downtown festival celebrating all things Asheville. Check out great local bands, art and culinary creations during this two-day event. LEAF's mission is to connect cultures within our community to promote inclusivity and togetherness. Admission is free!
Chicago will be gracing Biltmore's lawn with their well-loved tunes as part of the Summer Concert Series. Entry to the grounds will begin at 4:30 p.m., and the concert will begin at 7:30 p.m.
Rain or shine, join the Nature Center for an evening of beer and fun with the bears, Uno and Ursa. There will be food, beer, cider and ice cream, as well as live music. Tickets are $10 for non-members and $8 for members.
Enjoy food, fellowship and gospel music with the community. This event takes place every Saturday and Sunday, May through September.
Support Charleston-based band The Artisanals at August's Downtown After 5 event. As always, there will be food trucks, local brews, live music, and plenty of fun and games. Admission is free.
This event will happen all day Saturday and Sunday, and it will feature both national and local artists. Admission is free.