The ”Music in the Valle” Concert Series at The Valle Crucis Community Park starts May 24th and continues each Friday evening through September 6th. Admission is free; bring a chair or a blanket and family & friends. All concerts start at 7:00PM.
In this section you will find some of the major annual events in the Western North Carolina High Country area, as well as links to updated & detailed listings of events taking place during the time frame of your visit.
It all began with a gardener who wanted to raise funds for the campus gardens of a rural North Carolina community college and a group of musicians who wanted to memorialize a fallen friend and his musician father.
The world’s most exciting and highly renowned artists make Appalachian State University their destination each season, appearing as part of the university’s highly acclaimed Performing Arts Series.
Boone’s first and only multi-generational family festival offering two full days of music featuring national and world-renowned performers in Americana, Newgrass, Bluegrass, a Acoustic, Folk, Funk & Eclectic, with camping, locally grown and organic natural whole food vendors
Todd’s Calendar • www.facebook.com/todds.calendar • www.toddscalendar.com • ”Where the High Country Goes to Know!”
Blowing Rock Winterfest is a lively winter festival in the mountains of North Carolina featuring a polar plunge, chili cook-off, wine tastings, ice carving, WinterFeast, bluegrass music and more during the month of January each year.
Located an hour from the Inn, Bristol Motor Speedway, known among the racing community as ”The World’s Fastest Half-Mile” is located in Bristol, Tennessee. The popular motorsports venue hosts NASCAR Sprint Cup, Nationwide and Camping World Truck Series events each year.
The Valle Crucis Country Fair is an overgrown church bazaar set in the center of one of the most picturesque valleys in the North Carolina mountains at the peak of the fall color season.
Taking place half an hour from the Inn, The Grandfather Mountain Highland Games is a 4-day Scottish festival held each year on the second full weekend in July at MacRae Meadows near Linville, North Carolina in the mountains of Western North Carolina.