Arts and Entertainment

Arts and Entertainment

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Press release courtesy of Shakori Hills Press.

Pittsboro, NC - The Shakori Hills Community Arts Center is offering a variety of workshops this warm-weather season. Most are free or donation-based, and all are open to the public; registration may be needed. Below is a list of the open workshops, updates always available at http://shakorihills.org/2017-workshop-schedule/

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Press release courtesy of Daniel Hooker, Assistant AD for Media Relations.

Cullowhee, N.C. – Furman’s Matthew Quarles tossed a four-hit complete game as the Paladins finished off the three-game Southern Conference series sweep of Western Carolina on Saturday afternoon, winning 5-2 at Childress Field / Hennon Stadium.

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Press release courtesy of Pat Tukey, Executive Director of Hendersonville Symphony Orchestra.

(Hendersonville, North Carolina) The 2016-2017 season of the Hendersonville Symphony Orchestra (HSO) draws to an exciting and bombastic conclusion with the Saturday, April 29 concert “Nationalistic Fervor,” at 7:30 p.m. at the Blue Ridge Community College’s Concert Hall.

Single-seat, single-date tickets are $40 for adults. Special prices are available for persons under 40 years of age and students. Good seats are still available.

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Press release courtesy of Brooke Fisher.

APRIL 14, 2017 (AUSTIN, TEXAS) — Multi-instrumentalist, one-man-band Mobley out of Austin, TX will bring his “post-genre pop” sound to Asheville Music Hall on April 20th. In a show that promises to get the crowd moving, he will share the stage with The Hip Abduction, who will showcase their summery blend of world pop and club aesthetics.

THE HIP ABDUCTION / MOBLEY
APRIL 20th - ASHEVILLE MUSIC HALL
Cover: $12 ADV // $15 DOS
Doors: 9pm
Ages: 21+

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