Asheville has a vibrant entertainment scene both many venues are gay friendly.  Here are our two LGBT establishments.  Check out their offerings as you plan your outing in Asheville.

Entertainment
Gay and Gay Friendly Entertainment 




Cantaria -Asheville Gay Men's Chorus
A voluntary not-for-profit community 
mens chorus.  To join or for more information on upcoming events
 contact  Cantaria 





Community Choreography Projects 
offers individuals and communities innovative and expressive community based movement theater pieces and performances based on universal themes such as Legacy, Home, Relationships, Faith and Gender. For more information and upcoming See  Community 






Different Strokes! Performing Arts Collective Inc.
Provides more diversity within the WNC community, by producing works confronting social issues. "We believe that audiences look to the arts to see beyond themselves... Making Theatre That Makes A Difference.
 For information on joining the group or upcoming performances 
contact  Different 


















​WomenSong of Asheville
Asheville's oldest and largest women's community chorus. Very gay friendly. For information on joining or performances 
See   Womansong
 Email:  womansongnc@gmail.com 

GayAshevilleNc

Glitter Bomb! is the Asheville party for trans women and trans men, gender non conforming folks, allies to trans and queer people, queers, gays, lesbians,femmes, bisexual peeps, and anyone else. For real, all people are welcome and Glitter Bomb! strives to be a safe space for folks in terms of the party community every second saturday of the month but still very freeing and fun. You don't have to be a great dancer to come and the only thing required is consent. 

Dance Party is held 2nd Saturday of Every Month.
Everyone is invited to come out support and have fun. 
Learn more at Glitter Bomb

Movie Showings of LGBTQ Interest 
Use above link for more info. 

Live Theater Groups


Performances


party FOUL - Asheville's newest monthly Queer Venue
Each month a unique experience will take place in Asheville.  Known for embracing everything from the exotic to the bizarre, the city is ready to usher in a unique form of entertainment.  
Drag Queens, entertainers, dancers and more. Showtime begins around 9 PM.  (give or take Asheville Drag time)
Everyone is invited to attend; however, there is an age restriction minimum of 18 with special wrist bands to indicate everyone below 21.  Alcohol is served. 
CHECK CALENDAR for Monthly Schedule

Place: The Odditorium 1045 Haywood rd,
West Asheville.  (828) 575-9299
Charge: $5.00 per person
Website

Join Asheville's Beer City Sisters for an entertaining Sunday each month.   It's more than a drag show, it's a talent show, a comedy show, a sing along and dramatic poetry . 
Place: O. Henry's on Haywood, Asheville
Time: After 7:00 PM 
For more information or to preform contact beercitysisters@gmail.com 

Asheville's Gay Men's Chorus- Cantaria will present a special evening of Lessons and Carols for the Christmas Holiday. 

Every year we are treated to special evenings of music from our
own Gay Men's Chorus-Cantaria.  This year as the chorus has 
grown both in size and with their new Artistic and Music Director
concert goer's spirits will be lifted and filled with memorable music.

The Place: The Cathedral of All Souls in Biltmore Village
The Days and Times:  Saturday, December 16 at 7:30 PM
 & Sunday, December 17 at 4:00 PM
Ticket Prices:  Regular Seating $20  VIP Seating $25
Advance Tickets are now on Sale HERE.