Our Asheville North Carolina Bed and Breakfast Celebrating the Music of Friday after 5:00 p.m. Our mountain hamlet draws and supports artists of all kinds. Not only the kind of art reflected on canvas but also performance art noted by our musical street vendors, performance artists honing the skill of mime and last but not least -Friday after Five.
In conjunction with the Downtown Association, in the months from May through September on the 3rd Friday of the month music, always varied and always sweet sounds out in the corridor of North Lexington Avenue at the I-240 overpass and so it has been for as long as we’ve been here.
New this year, visitors will be able to enjoy a fine meal at either a scrumptious, local downtown location or one of the handy, dandy food trucks that will now be allowed in the downtown area for those who wish to eat and keep running.
Each year the Downtown Association collectively chooses five non-profit organizations with which to share the proceeds of this event. Further, they are making all efforts that this event consistently seeks to reduce its carbon footprint by using biodegradable food and beverage containers, even a stage powered by the sun and complimentary bike corral so if you choose to bike to the event you are covered.
We’ve covered the what and part of the when ….so here is the remaining information so you can enjoy this event with the locals.
Time: 5:00 pm-9:00 p.m.
Performers: July 15,2011 Aaron Wood and Jonathon Scales Fourchestra
August 19, 2011: The Lee Boye & Lubrifphonic
September 16: Town Mountain & Bobby Miller and the Virginia Dare Devils
Cost: FREE. Armband for alcohol purchases. YOU MUST PRODUCE I.D. NO EXCEPTIONS!
Food costs additional.
ASHEVILLE, AS ALL OF US KNOW WHO LIVE AND WORK HERE, IS DOG HEAVEN….BUT OUR FURRY FRIENDS CANNOT COME TO THIS EVENT. LOUD MUSIC ON VERY ACUTE EARS CAN BRING BAD RESULTS.
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