RiverLink and New Belgium Brewing present RiverMUSIC, a summer concert series in the River Arts District. This Friday’s event is bluegrass on the river with Sanctum Sully and special guests Bobby Miller & The Virginia Daredevils.

Each event starts at 5 p.m., with music starting 6 p.m. RiverMUSIC ends at 10 p.m. The music will be held at the Sculpture and Performance Plaza, 117 Riverside, right across from Cotton Mill Studios (map here).

This is a free event. Tomorrow’s forecast is for cooler weather and a chance of rain.

From the RiverMUSIC Facebook page:

In our continuing efforts to bring folks to the French Broad River to enjoy its splendor, RiverLink has teamed up with New Belgium Brewing Company and Heira Productions to offer the community great live music from a variety of genres and a blend of local and national artists.

There will be New Belgium beer, a variety of good eats provided by your favorite Asheville food trucks, and the waters of the beautiful French Broad flowing right by the stage.

Best of all, these events are free to the public! Bring your lawn chair and picnic basket and enjoy the view of the French Broad River at RiverMUSIC!

Free bluegrass by the French Broad in the heart of the River Arts District! Join us for a great night of music with Sanctum Sully and the stylings of Bobby Miller & The Virginia Daredevils.

Did we mention it’s free?

The rest of the summer lineup looks like this:

Friday August 3rd
42ND STREET JAZZ BAND

Friday August 24th
SIRIUS.B
with The Blood Gypsies

Friday September 14th
YO MAMA’S BIG FAT BOOTY BAND
with The Fritz

FYI from the RiverMusic Facebook page, don’t cross the tracks!:

Hey y’all — Norfolk Southern is getting serious about folks crossing their railroad tracks. They’re planning to make arrests this weekend, they say. Please do not cross the tracks between the Wedge and the concert. Thanks!

RiverMUSIC on Facebook

Event page for Friday’s concert

RiverLink website

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