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 



Live Theater / Opera Groups


World Premier When Adonis Calls May 11-13
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 

Scandals 
April 25
Fan Favorite of Current Rupaul’s Drag Race
Miz Cracker
Comes to Asheville April 25, 2018

The comic antics of current RuPaul's Drag Race contestant and fan favorite Miz Cracker will be brought to Asheville in a fantastic review entitled “ It’s Time For Dinner Tour.” 

  Here is your chance to see and hear Miz Cracker as she delights the audience with comedy and great drag. Together assembled in the tour are a number of seasoned drag queens from NY and Mississippi to bring an additional level of entertainment to the Tour.  
Your hosts for the evening will be Kara Mel D'ville and Alotta Wood. 

Miz Cracker is a drag queen, writer and comedienne living in Harlem, USA. She launched her drag career in 2011 while participating in Bob The Drag Queen’s marches for marriage equality in Times Square and can be currently seen on Rupaul’s Drag Race Season 10.

The show will be at Scandals Night Club, Grove St. Asheville, NC 28801
DJ REXXSTEPS will provide some of the hottest dance music prior to the show.
Doors Open: 8:30 PM
Performance Time:  10:30 PM
Meet & Greet Time:  After Show
Tickets: 
General Admission $20
Meet & Greet +$10
VIP $45 
(includes VIP Seating, Meet and Greet, bracelet, and t-shirt)
To Purchase tickets go Here.

Enter Drawing to win 2 Admission and  Meet and Greet tickets to the performance.  Details Below.
Win 2 General Admission plus meet & Greet Tickets

GayAshevillenc is pleased to offer you a chance to attend the "It's Time For Dinner Tour" and to meet Miz Cracker.    All you have to do is fill out the below entry Form with your name, email address and phone number.   All entries must be in by April 23. Drawing will take place on April 24 and winner will be notified via email and/or phone.  In Message, put Drawing
Miz Cracker Tour Contest  Entry Form
On May 11, 12, 13, at Asheville’s historic Masonic Temple Theatre, the Asheville Lyric Opera and the Gavin Dillard Poetry Library & Archive will present a new opera by Clint Borzoni. 

When Adonis Calls, set entirely to the poetry of Asheville’s famed son, Gavin Geoffrey Dillard, has already won “best new work” laudits from Fort Worth Opera’s “Frontiers” and OPERA America. And while partial or concert versions of the piece occurred at both festivals, as well as Musica Marin last spring, the ALO production will be the official world premiere – a first for Asheville!
With two stars of the national opera stage, Trevor Martin and Joshua Jeremiah, and two local dancers, the tidy, all-male case will produce a rare and evocative, emotional, and dare I say “erotic” experience at the 110 year-old Masonic Temple.

Gavin Dillard, a native of Asheville and graduate of North Carolina School of the Arts, is a poet of universal order. With numerous books, anthologies, a highly controversial memoir, Dillard has penned songs, suites and cantatas for Jake Heggie, Peter Allen, Chanticleer, Disney, Anne Rice, Cantaria, and numerous classical composers. He has also written comedy and patter with and for Dolly Parton, Joan Rivers, Peggy Less, Vincent Price, Lily Tomlin … Gavin is the author of the hit musical, BARK!, so beautifully rendered at Asheville’s ACT Theatre to record audiences, and slated for this year’s Edinburgh Fringe.

 His archives are maintained both in Black Mountain, and the James Hormel Center of the San Francisco Public Library.

Place: Masonic Temple Theater, 80 Broadway St. Asheville
Time: Friday, May 11 & Saturday, May 12 - 7:00 PM
Sunday, May 13 - 3:00 PM 
For tickets click here
World Premier - Asheville Lyric Opera
When Adonis Calls