Summer Concerts

Summer Concerts

South Main Street in Downtown Hendersonville
Blue Ridge Community College in Flat Rock

Escape to the Blue Ridge Mountains this summer and enjoy live music in the cool evening air. Every year, starting in May and running through September, Hendersonville is home to five different concert series offering a variety of music for most every taste.

Rock and roll and beach music are the focus of the Friday evening Music on Main series, which takes place from 7-9 p.m. at the Hendersonville Visitors Center on South Main Street. Bring a lawn chair and listen to the best dance bands in Western North Carolina. Bring a chair, admission if free. For more info, click for a Music On Main schedule.

Weekends start early in Hendersonville with the Thursday night Rhythm & Brews series, held the third Thursday of each month from May through September. Enjoy opening acts, great headliner bands and plenty of local craft beer, wine and cider during this popular Main Street festival from 5-9 p.m. Click for additional Rhythm & Brews information.

Mondays are fun days in Hendersonville all summer long. Each Monday evening in June from 7-9pm, the Monday Night Live! series features acts ranging from Americana to swing to classic country and rock & soul. Bring a chair, admission if free. Click for a schedule: Monday Night Live!

After a break for the Fourth of July, Monday fun continues with the return of one the longest-running street dance series in the country The Hendersonville Street Dances have been a tradition for over 100 years in downtown Hendersonville. Enjoy the sounds of fiddles and banjos as people of all ages journey to downtown Hendersonville to enjoy mountain heritage music and dancing on Monday evening from July – August from 7-9pm. Bring a chair, admission if free. Click for Street Dance schedule.

And if all that isn’t enough, the Music by the Lake series is held on the campus of Blue Ridge Community College one Sunday evening a month from May through August. (This concert series has been canceled in 2021 due to construction at Blue Ridge Community College.)