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Best Shows Jul 18 - Sep 18

in Asheville

Lindsey Stirling at Harrah's Cherokee Center Asheville

Lindsey Stirling

Electronic violist and dancer Lindsay Stirling returns this summer with another incredible tour! Expect another exhilarating show from this ultimate entertainer as she takes to the road on the Duality Tour, in support of her upcoming record of the same name. With support from Candian indie outfit Walk Off The Earth and Saint Motel, don't miss your chance to enjoy Lindsay back on stage where she belongs!

Tom Segura at Harrah's Cherokee Center Asheville

Tom Segura

Reputed to be the funniest beard in the business, comedian Tom Segura has a list of credits that would put the Titanic movie to shame. The Cincinnati native reached national attention with the release of his Netflix specials Completely Normal and Mostly stories, as well as stints on Conan, The Late Late Show, Workaholics and Happy Endings.

Nothing More at The Orange Peel

Nothing More

Formed in 2003, the Texan rock quartet Nothing More spent much of the 2000s trying to solidify their lineup and attract mainstream attention. When the band's drummer, Johnny Hawkins, stepped out from behind the kit and into the role of frontman and lead vocalist, labels and breakthrough success came calling following the release of their fourth album, "Nothing More," in 2014. The three-time Grammy nominees hit the road on their new headlining tour, Carnal, with support from Set It Off, From Ashes to New, and Post Profit!

Black Pumas at Rabbit Rabbit

Black Pumas

Psychedelic soul band Black Pumas are prowling their way into a venue near you. From busking on the Santa Monica Pier to a Grammy-nominated band, singer and songwriter Eric Burton really proved that hard work pays off. After meeting partner Adrian Quesada through a mutual friend, the pair joined forces in 2018 and the Black Pumas was born!

Still Woozy at Rabbit Rabbit

Still Woozy

Still Woozy is not only bringing a brand-new tour this year but has also announced his sophomore album, Loveseat'! Still Woozy is a project created by Californian musician Sven Gamsky and has been active since 2005. His style, described as bedroom-pop and genre-bending, offers a unique live experience this summer!

Marc Maron at The Orange Peel

Marc Maron

The veteran stand-up comic, podcast trailblazer and star of his own eponymous tv show returns to his first love, performing stand up on the huge US home circuit. His WTF podcast has set the standard for every other interview show out there, his signature blend of honesty, insecurity, and resentment and completely candid style always bringing the best out of his guests.

Badflower at The Orange Peel


Badflower is gearing up for their upcoming "No Place Like Home" tour this fall, accompanied by support from Missio on all dates and Slothrust at select shows. Originating in Los Angeles in 2014, Badflower comprises singer/guitarist Josh Katz, lead guitarist Joey Morrow, bass guitarist Alex Espiritu, and drummer Anthony Sonetti. The masters of alternative rock, grunge, and punk often tackle heavy themes such as mental health, addiction, and societal issues in their music, and now you get to see them live!

Built To Spill at Grey Eagle

Built To Spill

'90s indie rock legends Built to Spill are hitting the road once again to celebrate the 30th anniversary of their 1994 LP 'There's Nothing Wrong With Love'! The band, led by vocalist Doug Martsch and accompanied by drummer Teresa Esguerra and bassist Melanie Radford, will be touring North America starting in late summer, with stops in Seattle, Chicago, Boston, and many more cities.

Goth Babe at Rabbit Rabbit

Goth Babe

Pacific Northwester Goth Babe, A.K.A Griff Washburn is packing up his truck and bringing his indie rock beats to stages across the country on a brand new North American jaunt with singer-songwriter Ritt Momney as support. Expect to hear his atmospheric garage tunes including single 'Weekend Friend' and his two EPs, 2021's 'Santa Calatlina' and 2022's 'Iceland' and latest release 'Lola'.

Jackie Greene at Grey Eagle

Jackie Greene

Singer-songwriter and musician, Jackie Greene is hitting the road for a series of dates across North America. Expect to hear tracks from Greene's extensive catalog! Greene developed an interest in music at an early age when he began playing the piano. At 14, he learnt to play guitar which led him to performing in local bars. As he got older, he began writing his own music. Later, he started recording in his makeshift garage studio and selling his CDs wherever he could. Using the money he'd made, Greene was able to release his first full-length album, Rusty Nails, on his own.

Widespread Panic at Harrah's Cherokee Center Asheville

Widespread Panic

Considered to be amongst the best jam bands in the country, Widespread Panic take their influnces from blues, rock, funk, country, soul and other genres and merge it into a hugely entertaining sound. Known for their extensive touring schedule, catch these jam legends live when they bring the session to you!

Chevelle at Rabbit Rabbit


Alternative rock superstars Chevelle are hitting the road this summer on a brand new tour with special guests Tigercub! This year is packed with excitement as they will also be making appearances at Incarceration and Rock Fest, and there are rumors of new material in the works! Don't miss your chance to catch them live.

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