Comfort Inn Mars Hill - University Area
167 J.F. Robinson Lane
Mars Hill, NC 28754
Phone: (828) 689-9000
Fax: (828) 689-2366
167 J.F. Robinson Lane, Mars Hill, NC, US, 28754
- Phone: (828) 689-9000
- Fax: (828) 689-2366
The Chambers Gym, located at Mars Hill College is a center for recreation and entertainment. Featuring a spacious arena that hosts basketball and volleyball events, the gymnasium promotes all kinds of sports recreation. Call ahead or visit the website for further details.
Nestled in the sprawling campus of the Mars Hill College, the Moore Auditorium hosts variety of events throughout the year. Academic programs, cultural events, concerts, community events and similar shows are a regular feature here. Call for more details.
Sequestered on a beautiful island right in the heart of downtown Marshall, Marshall High Studios is housed inside the historic building of the Marshall High School. The beautiful architecture of the building, coupled with the astoundingly beautiful natural surroundings, makes Marshall High Studios an ideal place to create and share art. Do see the website to know more.
Just 13 minutes north of Asheville is this lovely pizzeria! Serving pizzas, pastas and sandwiches, this eatery is a favorite in the local community, particularly because of their homemade cheesecakes but especially because of how deep-seated this place is to the community. Every Third Thursday of the month is fundraising day where a percentage of their revenue goes to a local organization working to make Weaverville all that more special. Live music plays every night from 7p until closing.
Located on the campus of the University of North Carolina - Asheville, the Lipinsky Auditorium can be used for various purposes. The venue can seat approximately 650 and comes well-equipped with technologically advanced and up-to-date facilities. On the level below the Lipinsky Auditorium is the Music Department of the University, so it is very convenient for the department to hold their rehearsal concerts here. Besides concerts, the venue is used for lectures, seminars and other such events. This auditorium is also where the popular 'Concerts on the Quad' performances take place. For more information please see the website.
Kimmel Arena is home to the University of North Carolina Asheville Bulldogs. In addition to sports, this venue also hosts concerts, lectures and other events. The university's annual commencement ceremony in December draws roughly 3800 guests.
Set in the heart of the artistic city of Asheville, the Asheville Arts Center has done its best in nurturing a love for the performing arts. One can enroll for jazz, ballet, Irish, hip hop or theater dance classes, while private music lessons are also arranged for those interested. Toddlers are not left behind; Kindermusik is where newborns up to 7 year olds can participate in music programs. Check their calendar for a list up coming theatrical productions.
Head to the Emerald Lounge for a memorable night out with friends or family. Sip on steaming hot coffee or cool concoctions as you enjoy the array of musical extravaganzas this place has to offer. An exciting range of gigs by upcoming bands and artists are performed at this venue. Call for more details on current and upcoming events.
This Masonic Temple in downtown Asheville regularly presents community activities ranging from theatrical performances, dance recitals and concerts. The Black Mountain College Museum & Arts Center as well as the Asheville Arts Center holds events here.
Blackout Effectors is an expert handmade pedals manufacturer which is used for guitars. It is also a performance space for local as well as touring bands. Located in Downtown Asheville, Blackout is nestled above Forever Tattoo and is an intimate venue for live gigs. Some of their previous line ups are Crown Larks, Nest Egg and Due Deligence.
Asheville Community Theatre consistently entertains the Asheville community with its enjoyable theater productions. Anything from musicals and comedies to one-man shows and dramas can be found on the Theatre's stage. A lot of heart goes into the production of each show and its evident from the crowds drawn here on opening nights. This regional theater is a non-profit organization so donations are indeed welcome as are volunteers.
This center's main aim is to promote new talent, and offer a platform for those who need to show off their skills. It also strives to bring the community closer through various cultural dance and music concerts. Make sure to attend some of these shows; they are a delight to watch. The venue is beautiful and large, and can accommodate a huge crowd. They have state-of-the-art sound and light effects, alongside other facilities that enhance the overall experience. Check website for event details.