Hendersonville’s collection of holiday events, known as Home for the Holidays, returns this year with festivities starting the day after Thanksgiving and running through the end of the year.
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The 75th edition of the North Carolina Apple Festival will fill Hendersonville’s Main Street Sept. 3-6 in celebration of the area’s annual apple harvest.
Husband-and-wife Nashville recording artists Joe Lasher and Kaitlyn Baker will headline Hendersonville’s Block Party on Main, part of The Down Home Series presented by Ingles.
The 102nd season of the Hendersonville Street Dance will come alive tonight, July 12, at 7 p.m. at the downtown Visitor Center with square dancing, clogging and traditional bluegrass music by Lynn Goldsmith & The Jeter Mountain Band.
Hendersonville’s Music on Main kicks off this Friday, July 9, featuring Daniel “Rocket Man” Sage. The free concert series continues every Friday through Aug. 27.
This July, Hendersonville encourages you to follow some of the most creative routes in the region and meet the artists who live and work there during Blue Ridge Craft Trails Month.
The Garden Jubilee Nurseries & Orchards Tour, a new town-and-country event featuring garden centers, nurseries and orchards in the Hendersonville area, will be held May 28-30.
Hendersonville’s Cider, Wine & Dine Weekend returns April 15-18 with tastings, tours, live music and more
After a year’s hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic, Hendersonville’s Cider, Wine & Dine Weekend returns April 15-18, inviting visitors to drink, eat and celebrate the area’s wine and cider scene.