The bands include BoogiTherapi with Ryan RNB Barber, Jane Kramer and Matt Smith, Peggy Ratusz & Daddy LongLegs, Lyric, Joe Lasher, Funk Jam House Band, Fireside Collective and Empire Strikes Brass.
This is the true holiday spirit. A crowd full of young hippies and old rockers all jamming together to songs that we know and love.
Jam in the Trees pacs some great music into Friday and Saturday at Pisgah Brewing.
The Big South and the Southern Conference basketball tournaments will play games in Asheville this week starting on Thursday.
There are a ton of parties to pick from. Here's a start.
A benefit to raise money for an Asheville firefighter battling cancer is Friday at Green Man Brewing, and more.
Gladys Knight, Dionne Warwick, Little Big Town and Lyric take the stage in a collaborative love-fest that wows a sold-out Thomas Wolfe Auditorium.
Also, there's Downtown After 5 on Friday on Lexington Avenue and River Valley Blues Festival Saturday and Sunday at the Salvage Station.
Also, Richard Patino and Jannette Montenegro are the new owners of the Cotton Mill Studios, and more.
Also, the Country Club of Asheville is celebrating the reopening of its golf course this weekend, and more.
Cedric Burnside, Whiskey Shivers, Sonny Knight & The Lakers, The Northside Gentlemen and more fill out the lineup.
Here's a look at some of what's happening this weekend around Asheville.
Events include the Downtown Dribble for children, a Cancer Awareness Day and an event honoring local veterans and law enforcement officers.
Also, Buxton Hall Barbecue has announced it is opening a restaurant-within-a-restaurant, called The Remingtin Room, in March, and much more.
This year's festival also includes: Jon Stickley Trio, The Screaming J's, Unifire Theater, Les Amis, Ashley Heath & Her Heathens and more.
Also, Helpmate is launching a fundraising campaign to expand services, and much more.
Leeda Jones is seeking $5,000 via an indiegogo campaign.
Southern rocker Warren Haynes and friends lent their support to the candidacy of Haynes' brother, Brian.
Asheville's annual celebration of the African diaspora and Asheville's African-American community returns Sept. 11-13.
The event, now in its sixth year, raises money for Asheville Music School and seeks to inspire emerging talent.
The first event - set for Aug. 31 - is pet-friendly and features the live music of local favorite Lyric.