Events

Tickets are available for online purchase up until 8:00am the day of the show. If you would like tickets the day of show please visit us at 185 King Street anytime after 4:00pm.

    January 2020

  • January 16, 2020 6:00 pm

     

    Want to explore the world of Tantra yoga? Learn to help your body relax through breathing exercises and asanas designed to help you get in tune with your body. Learn new ways to manage your stress and let go of things that no longer serving you. All levels welcome. Join us Thursday evenings at 6:00. $5 a person. Bring your own mat.
  • January 17, 2020 8:00 pm

     

    Carolina Blue is a Brevard, NC based band whose roots run deep in the tradition of Bill Monroe. The band was formed in 2007 after the release of the album Nothing So Blue by Bobby Powell and Tim Jones. Carolina Blue won the South Carolina state bluegrass championship at RenoFest in 2011. They also received their first Vocal Group of The Year Nomination at the 2018 SPBGMA Awards Show. They have appeared on the hit TV show “Song Of The Mountains” as well as “The Bluegrass Trail” series on RFDTV. The band's repertoire consists of original songs, many bluegrass favorites, and gospel, too, all done in the traditional style. Their most recent Pinecastle Records release, I Hear Bluegrass Calling Me, debuted on Billboard's Top 5 Bluegrass Albums chart, has just recently made its debut on the National Bluegrass Survey's Top 15 Albums chart, and has produced their #1 hit song, "Rusty Rails." Band members are Bobby Powell on guitar and vocals, Timmy Jones on mandolin and vocals, Reese Combs on upright bass and vocals, James McDowell on banjo and vocals, as well as American and Canadian Grand Master Fiddle Champion, Aynsley Porchak on fiddle, a recipient of the 2018 International Bluegrass Music Association’s Momentum Instrumentalist Award.
  • January 18, 2020 8:00 pm

     

    With Daniel Emond on banjo, Sarah Hund on fiddle, and Ben Mackel on guitar, The Blue Eyed Bettys delight with their powerful vocals in three part harmony to create an indie-folk popgrass sound. All actors, The Blue Eyed Bettys met while doing a new play together at the Florida Studio Theatre in Sarasota in 2013. With home bases in Asheville (Mackel), Brooklyn (Emond) and everywhere else (Hund), The Bettys have cultivated followings in Florida, New York, North Carolina, and the Midwest for five song-soaked years of touring throughout the Eastern US.
  • January 19, 2020 6:00 pm

     

    185 King Street hosts an open electric jam every Sunday. Bring your instrument of choice, or your dancing shoes and come on down. Start time may vary.
  • January 22, 2020 8:00 pm

     

    "Sad Boi Roots Rock" is as apt of a term as one will probably hear for Clint Roberts' sound. It's not quite country. It's not quite Americana or Rock & Roll. It is a trifecta of the three, followed close by Robert's pop sensibility. But you won't find any backing tracks typical of a pop performance in a Clint Roberts show. There's no lip syncing or choreographed routines. No, what there is a young man, his voice, and his questions to the world.
  • January 23, 2020 6:00 pm

     

    Want to explore the world of Tantra yoga? Learn to help your body relax through breathing exercises and asanas designed to help you get in tune with your body. Learn new ways to manage your stress and let go of things that no longer serving you. All levels welcome. Join us Thursday evenings at 6:00. $5 a person. Bring your own mat.
  • January 24, 2020 8:00 pm

     

    Andrew Scotchie, Clint Roberts, and Dave Desmelik have all earned credit across the region as accomplished and rising singer/songwriters. In part because of the excellent musicianship behind their songs, but moreover because of the genuine heart and soul put into the songwriting process they share. These three singer/songwriters will be sharing the stage together at 185 King St in Brevard, NC on Friday, January 24th –8pm. If you enjoy honest songs, engaging stories, and skilled musicians then this promises to be an evening not to miss. ORIGINAL MUSIC MATTERS 
  • January 25, 2020 8:00 pm

     

    We are excited to welcome Acoustic Syndicate back to the 185 King Street stage. All tickets for this show are general admission. There will be seating available the evening of the show on a first come, first serve basis. Acoustic Syndicate is a musical institution. Since 1994, their unique blend of bluegrass instruments, rock sensibilities, and conscious songwriting has inspired a generation of musicians. Through 7 albums, thousands of performances, and tens-of-thousands of miles, Acoustic Syndicate has long been heralded as one of the important influences on the modern roots-music revival.
  • January 26, 2020 6:00 pm

     

    185 King Street hosts an open electric jam every Sunday. Bring your instrument of choice, or your dancing shoes and come on down. Start time may vary.
  • January 29, 2020 8:00 pm

     

    Brian Hill’s unmistakable voice, memorable songs and lyrical bass licks have been the sonic backbone of his rock-reggae band Regatta 69. For over two decades he's toured extensively throughout the US and Europe, with uplifting songs to audiences in some 42 States and 17 countries.
  • January 30, 2020 6:00 pm

     

    Want to explore the world of Tantra yoga? Learn to help your body relax through breathing exercises and asanas designed to help you get in tune with your body. Learn new ways to manage your stress and let go of things that no longer serving you. All levels welcome. Join us Thursday evenings at 6:00. $5 a person. Bring your own mat.
  • January 31, 2020 9:00 pm

     

    From Raleigh, NC, 19-year-old Frances Eliza is a singer-songwriter and guitarist, currently studying voice at UNC Asheville (‘22) pursuing a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Jazz and Contemporary Music. Although studying jazz voice now, she has previously studied classical voice with private instructors in Raleigh, NC, as well as with instructors at Brevard Summer Music Institute and Appalachian State University.
  • February 2020

  • February 01, 2020 8:00 pm

     

    Two bands, one stage, two debut performances. Join us in welcoming two new local bands to the Brevard music scene. $5 cover. Show starts at 8:00 U R U Cindy Sealy: guitar/vocals Mike Green: bass Bradfrod Carson: drums Paula Patane: percussion Wonkey Tonk Squalor RJ Teel: guitar/vocals Megan: washboard/vocals Paul Connolly: mandolin/vocals Andrew Roberts: upright bass
  • February 02, 2020 6:00 pm

     

    185 King Street hosts an open electric jam every Sunday. Bring your instrument of choice, or your dancing shoes and come on down. Start time may vary.
  • February 07, 2020 8:00 pm

     

    Award-winning blues/roots singer-songwriter Cary Morin released his new album, When I Rise, October 26th, 2018 from Maple Street Music. Morin’s sixth release, When I Rise, follows close on the heels of an international tour that spanned the U.S. and reached as far as Italy, France, and Germany. The even-dozen tracks on the new album include 10 originals, plus Morin’s take on the Jerry Garcia/Robert Hunter song, “Dire Wolf,” and a beautiful version of Duane Allman’s classic, “Little Martha.”
  • February 08, 2020 9:00 pm

     

    First coming together on a late October evening when Vince Herman wandered into the Walrus Saloon in Boulder, Colorado, after being enticed by a sign reading “Bluegrass Music Here To-night,” and met Drew Emmitt, whose band was playing that night, the pair have been reshaping the musical landscape ever since. First at house parties and the campgrounds at festivals, then in Emmitt’s bluegrass outfit the Left Hand String Band, before coming together and forming the legendary roots band Leftover Salmon on New Years Eve thirty years ago.
  • February 09, 2020 6:00 pm

     

    185 King Street hosts an open electric jam every Sunday. Bring your instrument of choice, or your dancing shoes and come on down. Start time may vary.
  • February 13, 2020 8:00 pm

     

    Join us for an evening of powerful female vocalists. Carrie Morrison, Keturah Allgood and Ellen Trnka will be sharing the stage for an incredible show, all genders welcome. $5 cover
  • February 16, 2020 6:00 pm

     

    185 King Street hosts an open electric jam every Sunday. Bring your instrument of choice, or your dancing shoes and come on down. Start time may vary.
  • February 21, 2020 9:00 pm

     

    “Old soul.” That’s what they say. His dad was a drummer. His mother and sisters sang. But what makes a boy growing up in a land of bluegrass into a Blues Man has to come from somewhere other than familiar external forces. It comes from within the man. He credits Jimmy Page but Jimmy didn’t make him go in search of the origins of the songs Led Zepplin covered. What he found when he went looking was Otis Rush, Muddy Waters, Howlin’ Wolf, and the Three Kings, Freddie, Albert, and B.B., many gone long before Jacob Johnson Hipps picked up a guitar. Their music lives on in the set list of J.J. Hipps and The Hideaway, The Blues at their most pure, most honored, most revered played by a self taught steward of cultural history, an old soul born to find his way to strings… …and keep alive the iconic and uniquely American music form from which flow the rivers of rock ‘n roll. Thank God for old souls.

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