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Upcoming Events in Black Mountain North Carolina


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UpBeat! Celebrating our Mountain Music Heritage - Concerts are every Fourth Friday, to celebrate our Mountain Music Heritage. Come enjoy the live music featuring two different groups every month.

Address: Main Floor of theBlack Mountain Center for the Art, 225 West State St. , Black Mountain, North Carolina
Ph: (828)669-0930 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: blackmountainarts.org

July

3 Downtown Black Mountain Fireworks - Fireworks Hike at 7:00pm and Fireworks at 9:30pm.

Address: Downtown Black Mountain , Black Mountain, North Carolina
Ph: 828-669-2300 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: glenda@exploreblackmountain.com
Web: www.exploreblackmountain.com/
Fee: Free

16 - 25 SART Presents: Pump Boys and Dinettes - The ‘Pump Boys’ sell high octane on Highway 57 in Grand Ole
Opry country and the ‘Dinettes’, Prudie and Rhetta Cupp, run the
Double Cupp diner next door. Together they fashion an evening
of country western songs that received unanimous raves on and
off-Broadway. With heartbreak and hilarity, they perform on
guitars, piano, bass and, yes, kitchen utensils.

July 24- August 2
Fridays and Saturdays: 7:30
Sundays: 2:30

Address: Owen High School, 99 Lake Eden Dr, Black Mountain, NC 28711 , Black Mountain, North Carolina
Ph: 828-689-1239 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: boxoffice@mhu.edu
Web: www.sartplays.com
Fee: $20-$25; Group Rates Available

18 SART Presents: As Time Goes By - Ever since Al Jolson burst into song in "The Jazz Singer" (1927), Hollywood has been creating some of the most memorable songs that we all love. "Moon River," "Over the Rainbow," "Mona Lisa," and "The Way We Were" are just a few of the amazing songs that won an Academy Award and the list goes on. You will want to join SART favorites Beverly Todd, Liz Aiello, Bradshaw Call, Lyn Nihart and Rebecca O'Quinn as they roll through the years singing some of the greatest songs ever written, including a medley of some of the best of Disney! This will be an evening of first-class entertainment!

Address: Owen High School, 99 Lake Eden Dr, Black Mountain, NC 28711 , Black Mountain, North Carolina
Ph: 828-689-1239 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: boxoffice@mhu.edu
Web: www.sartplays.org
Fee: $20-$25; Group Rates Available

August

14 - 15NC0204006e006 - Black Mountain Annual Sourwood Festival - The Sourwood Festival fills downtown Black Mountain with wholesome entertainment for both adults and children in August each year.

Over 30,000 people from all over America will be in attendance at the festival which grows in popularity each year.

Music, dancing, arts & crafts, super food, kid's rides and games, face painting and more in a no alcohol environment make it the perfect event for you and your entire family.

Address: Downtown , Black Mountain, North Carolina
Ph: 828-669-2300 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: glenda@exploreblackmountain.com
Web: www.exploreblackmountain.com
Fee: Free

September

10 - 11 208 Mile Blue Ridge Relay - The Blue Ridge Relay (BRR), which is one of the longest running relay races in the United States, takes place in the picturesque Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia and North Carolina. BRR consists of maximum 12 person (4 person minimum) teams that rotate through 36 transition areas as they cover the approximate 208 mile distance of the race.

Address: 201 E. State St. , Black Mountain, North Carolina
Ph: (336)877-8888 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@blueridgerelay.com
Web: www.blueridgerelay.com

December

3 Holly Jolly Christmas - Come celebrate the holidays in Black Mountain. Shops stay open late and offer refreshments, streets are lined with luminaries, Santa and his elves will stop in for a visit.

Address: 201 E. State St. , Black Mountain, North Carolina
Ph: 828-669-2300 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: glenda@exploreblackmountain.com
Web: www.exploreblackmountain.com

4 Black Mountain Christmas Parade - - Free 4pm downtown. Application fee for participants.

Contact: Black Mountain Swannanoa Chamber of Commerce

Address: downtown , Black Mountain, North Carolina
Ph: 828-669-2300 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: glenda@exploreblackmountain.com
Web: www.exploreblackmountain.com
Fee: Free

4 Circle of Lights at Lake Tomahawk - Carriage rides, bonfire, music and refreshments to celebrate the season. Begins after the parade - 6pm.

Address: Lake Tomahawk, 201 E. State St. , Black Mountain, North Carolina
Ph: 828-669-2300 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@blackmountain.org
Web: www.blackmountainrec.com
Fee: Free

Attractions and Upcoming Events



Old Depot Association & Gallery

Located in the 100 year old train depotMission ? to support the teaching of mountain and heritage crafts.

Black Mountain, NC Arts

Friendship Lodge Bed & Breakfast

This clean, cozy lodge features 10 rooms decorated in country decor with two double beds and private bath. can accommodate groups up to 24. One quarter mile from the entrance to Ridge Crest Conference Center. No credit cards.

Black Mountain, NC Businesses

Black Mountain Golf Course

Home of the 747-yard par 6. The course is always in excellent condition with bentgrass greens and plush fairways.;Championship (6215 yards, 69.5 rating, 129 slope); Back (68.5 rating, 124 slope); Forward (4959 yards, 68.1 rating, 113 slope); ;18 holes, par 71, ;clubhouse, rstrnt./

Black Mountain, NC Golf Courses

Things to do near Black Mountain, NC

Historic Carson House

Built as a walnut log cabin in 1793, the home once served as a stagecoach inn and the seat of county government until the cou...

Blue Ridge Corn Maze

6-acre corn maze plus contests, prizes, food, drinks, souvenirs, hay rides, local produce and crafts. Great family fun, ideal...

On Target Shooting Range

Indoor shooting range (25 yards, 11 lanes) with fully stocked gun shop and retail area with classroom. This family-oriented ...