Entertainment near The Cove at Fairview

There is always something to do near the Cove. Enjoy downtown Asheville or a local festival. Here’s just a few of the options near the Cove at Fairview.


Art Galleries and Museums

Visit the Asheville Art Museum, located at Pack Square.  Blue Spiral is a gallery downtown.  The Folk Art Center, located on the Blue Ridge Parkway, has a historic craft museum and a store featuring the works of North Carolina artisans.


Festivals and Festivities

LEAF is an outstanding music and Arts festival with two locations (downtown Asheville and nearby Black Mountain). LEAF has a fee.  The Drum Circle happens Friday Nights at Pritchard Park during warmer weather.  Bring a drum, dance, or just enjoy watching the festivities.   Shindig on the Green features free folk and bluegrass music, as well as clogging.  Downtown after 5 is a free music festival that happens monthly from June to September.

There are many more festivals and local festivities!


Movie Theaters


Music Venues

Looking for what is happening this week?   The Mountain Xpress is a free local weekly paper that lists all music acts. It comes out on Wednesday and is at most gas stations. Also, it is on-line: mountainx.com


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