Mar
23
Sat
Say I Do to Hendersonville Bridal Show @ Blue Ridge Community College Conference Hall Tickets
Mar 23 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Say I Do to Hendersonville Bridal Show @ Blue Ridge Community College Conference Hall

Brides looking to get married in the Blue Ridge Mountains can plan their dream weddings at the Say I Do to Hendersonville Bridal Show.

Hendersonville is a popular choice for local brides, as well as brides planning destination weddings. The area’s natural beauty, variety of venues and myriad businesses that support the wedding industry all contribute to Hendersonville’s popularity. The show features vendors from all facets of the wedding world, such as venues, caterers, photographers, videographers, fashion retailers, florists, bakeries, DJs, planners, hairdressers, makeup artists and more.

There are 65 venues in Henderson County to accommodate weddings of all sizes and styles. Intimate spaces, such as bed-and-breakfast inns, gardens and historic buildings, are ideal for smaller weddings. While several scenic wineries, renovated barns, church sanctuaries, hotel ballrooms and rustic outdoor settings allow for large celebrations.

The bridal show gives couples an opportunity to meet vendors in person, ask questions and sample their products. The Henderson County Tourism Development Authority, which sponsors the show, also has a group services coordinator on staff who offers free consultation services to brides looking to host weddings in the area.

May
3
Fri
Thunder in the Smokies Motorcycle Rally @ Maggie Valley Festival Grounds Tickets
May 3 all-day
Thunder in the Smokies Motorcycle Rally @ Maggie Valley Festival Grounds

Thousands of bikers roll into the Great Smoky Mountains for the busiest motorcycle weekend of the year.

Maggie Valley is a biker friendly town and a great place for bikers to gather for a rally in the valley surrounded by beautiful mountain scenery. It makes for a rumbling weekend in the Great Smoky Mountains.

Our tour ride is second to none. Besides all the mountain roads do not miss the hilarious Bike Games where $1,000 cash prize goes to the winners and another $1,000 cash prize to the Bike Show winners.

Thunder in the Smokies Motorcycle Rally in Maggie Valley is the oldest and longest currently running rally in western NC.

May
5
Sun
87th Annual Ramp Festival @ American Legion Tickets
May 5 @ 10:00 am – 6:00 pm
87th Annual Ramp Festival @ American Legion

An afternoon celebration featuring live music, clogging, the festival highlights ramps.
Ramps are a native wild onion, harvested in the spring from the mountainsides, that can be eaten raw or cooked.

A true culinary delicacy celebrated for its pungent aroma and the bold flavor it brings to food.

Come out to Waynesville for a full meal featuring ramps, crafts, variety of vendors, live music & more!

Jun
28
Fri
Thunder in the Smokies Motorcycle Rally @ Maggie Valley Festival Grounds Tickets
Jun 28 – Jun 30 all-day
Thunder in the Smokies Motorcycle Rally @ Maggie Valley Festival Grounds

Thousands of bikers roll into the Great Smoky Mountains for the busiest motorcycle weekend of the year.

Maggie Valley is a biker friendly town and a great place for bikers to gather for a rally in the valley surrounded by beautiful mountain scenery. It makes for a rumbling weekend in the Great Smoky Mountains.

Our tour ride is second to none. Besides all the mountain roads do not miss the hilarious Bike Games where $1,000 cash prize goes to the winners and another $1,000 cash prize to the Bike Show winners.

Thunder in the Smokies Motorcycle Rally in Maggie Valley is the oldest and longest currently running rally in western NC.

Jul
18
Thu
36th Annual Folkmoot Festival @ Downtown Waynesville Tickets
Jul 18 – Jul 28 all-day
36th Annual Folkmoot Festival @ Downtown Waynesville

Many folks know Folkmoot as an international folk festival.
We’re proud that the mountains of Western North Carolina welcome the world to our region every July.

Folkmoot is an international folk festival held since 1984 in Waynesville, North Carolina and surrounding communities.

During its history, the two-week event has featured around 200 groups from approximately 100 countries.