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Come Together Asheville
June 11 @ 7:30 pm - 9:30 pmFree
Come Together Asheville will bring together musicians and artists who are inspired to help their fellow musicians, teachers, and students. Proceeds will benefit teaching artists, musicians, music educators, music students, outreach programs, and music scholarships, including Asheville Music School.
The variety show, presented by Asheville Music School, will feature live and prerecorded performances by Mark & Maggie O’Connor Duo, David Wilcox, Jamie Laval, Al Petteway & Amy White, Underhill Rose, Justin Ray, Matt Williams, Andrew Scotchie, Ashley Heath, The Moon And You, Floyd Philharmonic (Pink Floyd tribute), MAR, comic Hilliary Begley, and hosted by Lockie Hunter.
Asheville Music School strengthens Western NC communities through music education, scholarships and outreach, while sustaining music educators and teaching artists within our vibrant music culture. This concert, which is a substitute for the annual Sound Effects benefit concert, will help keep these programs alive, and will sustain AMS through these challenging times.