ASHEVILLE — WNC's own bluegrass legends Balsam Range will the grace the stage at Hazel Robinson Amphitheatre on Sunday, April 25.
The band, which hails from Haywood County, are 13-time International Bluegrass Music Award winners, including Entertainer of the Year, male vocalist of the year and bass player of the year.
The show is using socially-distanced pod ticketing, with limited tickets available.
• Lawn seating: $25 for individual tickets. Pod availability is first come, first serve.
• Reserved Terrace Pods: $160 for four tickets.
• Floor Pods: $160 for four tickets. Standing room only in front of stage
• VIP Pods: $360 for six tickets. Premium seating on brick paved terrace, early entry with exclusive access to Balsam Range soundcheck and dedicated server for the evening
All prices listed are for advance tickets. Tickets the day of, if there are any left, are $5-$30 higher.
For tickets, click here.
The Hazel Robinson Amphitheatre is at 100 Gay St., in the Asheville Montford neighborhood.
FRANKLIN — The Booth Brothers will perform southern gospel favorites at the Smoky Mountain Center for the Performing Arts at 3 p.m Sunday, April 25.
ASHEVILLE — Comedian, actor and author Josh Wolf will put on a double-header show at 6:30 p.m. and 9 p.m. Saturday, April 24, at The Orange Peel.