RADfest 2018 is a new music festival taking place in Asheville's River Arts District. The festival will shed light on the city's incredible music scene and elevate talented local and national artists. The festival will go all day and night at the Grey Eagle, alternating between two stages, one inside and one outside.
As part of the series Concerts For Human Harmony, Diversity Productions presents the Pan African Music Extravaganza.
The lineup for the evening includes emcees SIYAH, PR Heavy, and Mook!, soul singer-songwriter Jonathan Santos, DJ Dr Hotron Beats, and NPR-featured hip-hop ensemble Natural Born Leaders. Music starts at 7:00 PM, though doors will be open as early 6:00 PM, with children’s activities, education booths, and representatives of several community partners, including Hood Huggers International and Atlantic Coast Pipeline Resistance present.
Original music from regional and local rap artists!
Friday night ruckus in Asheville. FTO and friends at Timo's House
Local, Independent Hip-Hop!
Catch SIYAH performing live at 10pm
"For 11:11 Awaken Asheville, I've teamed up with friends from the east coast, as well as the Czech Republic to bring a consciousness inspired music event to downtown Asheville. It is my hope that those in attendance leave with a deeper connection to their hearts and souls and are further inspired to take action on creating their dreams into realities." - Bryan Divisions
Featuring ten songwriters of Asheville playing their songs:
Autumn Burnett, Brie Capone, Carly Taich, Caromia Tiller (of Goldie and The Screamers/Siamese Jazz Club), Maddie Shuler, Meryll Davis, SIYAH, Zack Kardon (of Midnight Snack)
Brought to you by Jack Victor and Isis Music Hall
Do you love real music, hip-hop, rap, spoken word, soul, but feel like there isn't enough of those genres in the area?
From 5pm-8pm we will be showcasing some of the most talented artists in the Western North Carolina area
Come out, enjoy good music, and good food/drinks at the always amazing Salvage Station.