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Bele Chere Music Festival July 26-28 in Asheville

June 12th, 2013 by stacy

asheville festival - bele - chereSummer is here and that means there’s a lot to do in and around Asheville, but the one not to be missed summer event each year is Bele Chere. The coveted music and arts festival is one of the largest in the Southeast and the oldest, this year celebrating 35 years of musical excellence, food, fun and revelry.

Be sure to book your Pinecrest B & B reservations early, as July fills up fast. Our cozy Asheville inn offers the best of both worlds, a quiet oasis on over an acre of lush grounds, and just 5 minutes from the hub of downtown and all the festivities. The more adventurous, might choose to even walk or bike to the festival – we’re that close!

Experience all the free concerts, arts and entertainment Bele Chere has to offer July 26-28th. Groove to the sounds of Balsam Range, Wanda Jackson, Antique Firearms, Rory Kelly, Drew Holcomb, Deep Fried 5, The Buchanan Boys, Joy Styles and dozens of other talented musicians. Foodies can sample foods from many of the wonderful restaurants frequented by our Asheville bed and breakfast guests including Mela, Corner Kitchen, The Lobster Trap, Boca, Neo Burrito and plenty more.  Be sure to go hungry, you’ll surely come back satisfied. For those interested in a cocktail, alcoholic beverages are served on Friday and Saturday only.

For more information click here to visit the Bele Chere website. Call our Asheville Bed and Breakfast today for reservations at 888-811-3053 or visit  www.pinecrestbb.com.

Top 3 Friday Night Events in Asheville

May 14th, 2013 by stacy

biltmore_estate_flowersThere’s nothing quite as beautiful and magical as a summer evening at the Biltmore Estate. Every Friday night this summer starting May 24th, Biltmore hosts its Fridays After Five event. Held at the Antler Hill Village and Winery, it’s the perfect way to kick off your summer weekend whether you’re a local or a visitor.

This family friendly event has something for everyone. You can bring your own picnic, or grab a hot dog, cotton candy or snow cone in the village. Parents and kids alike will groove to the beat of live music, while couples enjoying a romantic evening out can grab a quaint table for two at Cedric’s outdoor patio. Don’t forget to cool off at the notorious Biltmore Creamery with an old-fashioned milkshake, ice cream or float at the end of the evening. Access to Antler Hill Village & Winery is included in your Biltmore admission. Season pass-holders can bring friends to Antler Hill Village for free after 5:00 p.m. Catch the tunes of Viper’s Dream playing gypsy jazz on Friday, May 31st.

Talk about grooving to the beat! The Asheville Drum Circle is the place to be on Friday night if you want to see and hear all thedrum circle in asheville2 sights and sounds that Asheville has to offer. It’s a feast for the eyes and ears. Gather round as amateur and professional drummers from all walks of life beat their drums, tambourines, and every other instrument you can think of. The sound is truly one of a kind and never the same. You can find the drum circle in Pritchard Park downtown on Patton Avenue at College Street from around 6 PM until 10 PM. Experience this free, funky event every Friday night this summer. Impromptu drummers and dancers welcome, so bring your happy feet and your Ukulele and head on down.

If you happen to be staying at our Asheville Inn this summer on the third Friday of the month, you won’t want to miss Asheville’s biggest Friday night event, Downtown After Five. The free live music concert asheville concert and food event happens every third Friday, May through September. Join thousands of food and music loving locals gather on North Lexington Avenue where it intersects the I-240 overpass. The event runs from 5-9 PM and is celebrating its 25th year this year! Downtown After Five hosts some of the best local blues, rock n’ roll bands and solo artists. Thirsty concert-goers can sample a host of local brews from Highland Brewing Company, Pisgah Brewing, Asheville Brewing Company and others. And don’t worry, there’s plenty to eat for you foodies too. We recommend the taco truck if you get a hankering for a burrito with that ale. For a full line up of this summer’s entertainment, visit: www.ashevilledowntown.org.

Heading to Asheville for some summer fun? Enjoy a quiet retreat just 5 minutes from downtown at Asheville’s Pinecrest Inn Bed & Breakfast. Relax on over an acre of beautifully landscaped English gardens or take in the cool summer evening breezes on our sun porch. Call today for reservations or visit www.pincrestbb.com for more information.

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