Grab a cold one, hop on the bus and jam out on Asheville’s premiere brewery tour.
While our other tours
The Band & Beer Bus Tour runs Fridays and Saturdays, 1:30pm and 5:30pm.
For those 21 and over, the $31 tickets can be purchased here or at the LaZoom Room, (76 Biltmore Avenue).
"Settle into your seat and sing along, just remember to pace yourself!"
"There were points where I thought the River Rats were going to rock the wheels off of the bus. If that happened, I would’ve died a happy man!"
"This is America’s next great music city"
"The guide for the trip was hysterical and kept us all together having a great time. Would take again any day 10/10!"
Asheville Is America’s Next Great Music City
If Asheville is the best-kept music secret in the country, the secret is starting to get out.
BY PHILIP COSORES
Consequences of Sound
NOVEMBER 05, 2017
It takes a lot for a city to be identified for its music. The “Music City U.S.A.” distinction belongs to Nashville, Tennessee, largely because the country music industry makes its home there. Austin goes a step further with a mural that declares itself as “The Music Capital of the World,” a claim that’s hard to argue with when considering the role that its South by Southwest conference plays in the music industry. A place like New Orleans holds its stake in music for birthing the genre of jazz, which is a rare art form whose genesis can be linked solely to America. And for the US’ biggest cities — Los Angeles, New York, Chicago — the music connection doesn’t even need to be overtly stated, as their status as centers of industry and hosts for huge cultural events speak for themselves.