Asheville Downtown Association

Local musician Andrew Fletcher speaks on behalf of the Asheville Buskers Collective on the continuing and necessary dialogue happening in our community on what street performers mean to Asheville.

Saturday turned out to be a beautiful day to dust off the dirndl and lay on the lederhosen for a full afternoon of beer drankin', chicken dancing, pretzel tossing and overall fun having.

The Eagle has long been a staple of the Asheville music scene, with one of the kindest, most passionate dudes in the business running it all: Jeff Whitworth.

So for all you music fans out there, we’ve consolidated a list of free (and nearly free) outdoor shows and street festivals. That’s your cue to get off your couch and go have some fun!

Doug Riley, Head Brewer for Asheville Brewing Co, talks about the September 4th launch of their new beer created for United Way, some of his favorite brews, and more.

Asheville's music scene and culture is a huge draw to our economy and The Orange Peel has been a big part of that.

Downtown After 5, presented by Harmony Motors, returns Friday, August 15 with soul music from The Dynamites featuring Charles Walker and Ruby Velle & The Soulphonics.

Dust off your lederhosen, dirndls and chicken-dancing shoes! Asheville's favorite Bavarian-themed street party returns to the South Slope on Saturday, October 11.

Find your free 4th of July fun in Downtown Asheville at the Ingles Independence Day Celebration with fireworks, live music and kid's activities.

Downtown's free summer concert series is back Friday, June 20 with Drivin' N Cryin' and American Aquarium.

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