Asheville is in a bit of a funk, but there’s a few things that you can expect to see during the warmer months.
The city has been hit hard by Hurricane Florence, which caused widespread flooding and led to the evacuation of nearly 200,000 people.
And there’s also the looming threat of another devastating wildfire, which has devastated the city’s once-booming tourist industry.
But the city has made some significant improvements in the past few months, including the installation of more cameras and signage to help identify crime and keep visitors safe.
Here’s what you should know about Asheville’s fall festivals.
The first festival in the city is the “Wet City” festival on October 4.
It will have live entertainment and free admission to the event for people of all ages.
The festival has a lineup that includes a hip-hop artist, a DJ and a few performers.
The city will also have an arts festival, and there will be live music and a DJ for those interested in that side of the festival.
The second festival is the Riverfest on October 15.
It’s a “fun and lively” event featuring free admission for people 21 and older.
The event will include food trucks, a bounce house, a craft beer garden and a parade.
There are also three other festival days this fall: the “Riverfest at the Beach” on October 20, “Hoodiefest” on November 6 and the “Hollywood” on the 16th.
The festivals will feature live entertainment, food trucks and a boat parade.
The last event is the Harvest Festival on November 17.
The annual festival is a family-friendly celebration featuring live music, food truck vendors and a live auction for children’s crafts.
The outdoor festival will feature food trucks along with food and wine tastings.
Tickets are available at the Asheville Police Department’s ticket office, by calling 800-527-1214 or by visiting their website.
The festival is free to attend, and is open to the public.
There is a $15.00 fee for camping, which is waived for the first two weeks of the event.
The fee is waived to the first weekend of the first festival day.
The Asheville City Council voted last month to add more festival days to the list of events in 2019.
For more information on the City Council’s decision, visit the council’s website.