The 2019 Fall LEAF Festival is an award-winning festival celebrates local art, music and culture in a way that fosters community and strengthens relationships. There will be more than 400 performing artists and more than 100 vendors, making this a fun event for everyone. Tickets range from $46–$220. Reserve yours now!
Headliner Ray LaMontagne is a folk singer-songwriter from New Hampshire. He is well-known for his raspy voice, and he was awarded Best Voice by Esquire in 2006. The opening performer will be Kacy & Clayton, a Canadian folk/roots duo that has been playing together for over a decade.
Join artists and locals for a self-guided driving tour of various studios in North Asheville. There are 30-plus artists living and working in Beaverdam Valley, showcasing ceramics, painting, jewelry, sculpture, glass, paper and textile art. All studios are off Beaverdam Road, reached from Merrimon Avenue. Tour maps are available online and in their brochure.
The festival features local food trucks and craft beer. Come experience food from your favorite local mobile eateries.
This immersive exhibition celebrates the global hit television series, offering never-before-seen interactive elements that connect you to your favorite characters, as well as the fashions, locations and historic events of the time period.
The Center for Craft invites you to celebrate its grand reopening in its newly renovated space.
Rumours is the country's premier Fleetwood Mac tribute band. The Orange Peel is excited to welcome them back.
The 27th annual National Gingerbread House Competition will be held on Monday, Nov. 18, with the winner being displayed beginning Nov. 20.
The 2019 Holiday Parade presented by Bojangles is from 11 a.m.–1 p.m. The 2019 marshal is Madeline Delp, Miss Wheelchair USA 2017–2018 and a graduate of UNCA.