Night clubs, bars & brew pubs, concert halls, and much more... Links to concert calendars and more information about specific clubs coming soon.
Most people aren’t aware that Western North Carolina is the brewing capital of the Southeast. In fact, on just about any day of the year, one can select from about 50 locally brewed craft beers.
One of the finest local playhouses in the United States. Highly acclaimed throughout the theater world. Check their web site for schedule.
The concerts are every Friday evening from June until August at the Visitors Information Center, located at 201 South Main Street in Hendersonville, NC. Music On Main Street showcases a diverse lineup of musical talents, from pop, oldies, beach, rock, blues, to contemporary music. Put on your dancing shoes and head to Music On Main Street for some good toe tapping tunes, where there is a dance area in front of the stage.
Hendersonville, as a small community, can be proud that it has its very own symphony orchestra. As a symphony orchestra, we not only perform a six-concert season, we also make a significant contribution to the community by providing performance opportunities, scholarships and musical enrichment and education programs for the young people of the area.
WNC’s premier party bus service featuring sleek customized limobuses outfitted like rolling nightclubs! 27″TV/DVD, satellite radio, custom stereo, club lighting, 7′ ceiling. Great pricing for any event from kids b-days, casino runs, bach/ette parties, bar crawls. ‘Round the block, ’round the clock.
The Old Farmers Ball (OFB) is a large group of WNC (mostly Asheville) residents who, as a community, participate in, promote, and sponsor various community dance events each week.
The AVMRC has two free open house’s every week that have been enjoyed by grandparents and grandchildren, as well as kids of all ages for over 2 decades. We offer two operating model RR’s with our inside HO scale layout having 2,000 feet of track. Our new outside layout is a larger G scale. Kids can run a Thomas or Emily train while there. Additionally, we have many historic pictures and items about railroads on display. Admission is free!
Chaser’s -130B Asheville Hwy. 693-8808
Scats Jazz Club – 121 West Barnwell Street 696-8331
Hannah Flanagan’s – 300A Main Street 696-1665
Purple Onion Cafe and Coffeehouse – Main Street 749-1179
Laurel’s Sports Club – 1053 Spartanburg Highway 697-9677
The Corner Pocket – 245 N. King Street 692-POOL
Panther’s Paw – 111Joel Wright Drive 696-0810
The Park Deli Cafe – Main Street 696-3663
Pro’s Pizza Johnny’s Lounge – 805 Spartanburg Highway 692-8366
Highland Lake Inn – Flat Rock 696-9094
Center Stage Delicatessen – 126 E. Fourth Ave. 694-0080
The Basement – Patton Ave. (under Almost Blue), Downtown 828-285-0808
Tressa’s Downtown Jazz & Blues – 28 Broadway Avenue, Downtown 254-7072
Barley’s Taproom – 42 Biltmore Avenue, Downtown 255-0504
Stella Blue – 1 Patton Avenue, Downtown 236-2424
Asheville Pizza & Brewing Co. – 675 Merrimon Avenue, North Asheville 254-1281
The Grey Eagle Tavern & Music Hall
185 Clingman Ave., in the River District 232-5800
Jack of the Wood – 95 Patton Avenue, Downtown 252-5445
Patton Avenue Pub – 886 Patton Avenue, West Asheville 285-0789
Vincenzo’s – 10 N. Market Street, Downtown 254-4698
Hannah Flanagan’s Pub – 27 Biltmore Ave., Downtown 252-1922
Magnolia’s Bar & Grill – 26 Walnut Street, Downtown 251-5211
Â Schotzy’s – at the old S&W Cafeteria on Patton, Downtown 684-1892
Club Millenium 2000 – 38 South French Broad, Downtown 281-3612
Scandal’s – 11 Grove Street, Downtown 252-2838
Â Cioli’s NY NY – 13 Walnut Street, Downtown 250-9030
Â Â Fred’s Speakeasy – 122 College Street, Downtown 281-0920