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Effective 7 July 2022 with NC Senate Bill 470 and NC House Bill 768, we are no longer a private bar.  We are a bar and open to the public!  No more membership required to come party with us!

Off The Wagon Asheville Dueling Piano Bar Blog

It is that time again; temperatures are warming up, bees are buzzing, and graduation season is about to kick into full gear. With a solid year of being back in the classroom for many, this year is cause for particular celebration. 

Whether you are graduating from one of our great universities right here in western North Carolina or looking for a destination from further afar, Asheville is the perfect spot.

Tens of millions of people visit Asheville and Buncombe County every year. From the allure of exploring the mountains to one of the largest concentrations of art and culture, there are plenty of reasons to visit western North Carolina. 

Even if you are in town for just a weekend getaway, you can catch a show with some of the biggest names in music or hot up-and-comers. Here are some of the best music venues in Asheville. 

Winter is one of the best times of the year to visit Asheville. Millions of tourists travel here each year, but most want to time their trips with the school calendar or the peak of fall color. After the New Year, the kids go back to school, some of the outdoor activities are closed for the season, and there may not be as many outdoor festivals and events. 

That is exactly why it’s the perfect time of year to explore Asheville like a local. There’s a little less traffic, a little more flexibility, and still, more to do than you can pack into a single weekend. Here are seven ways to do what locals do in the French Broad River Valley, especially during the off-season. 

There is something magical about experiencing the holidays in the mountains of western North Carolina. Nowhere else in the state will you find such a combination of beautiful scenery, culture, and art combining to transform the area into a winter wonderland. 

Add to that the increased probability of snow falling on the ridges and even in the valleys, and it is no wonder people travel from all over to Asheville for the Christmas season. 

If you are heading to the Asheville area for the holidays, we want to help make sure you experience the best we have to offer. Here are eight things to do while you’re in the mountains for this magical season.

Do you love this time of year? As the temperature drops, you pull your flannels out of the closet and visit your local coffee shop for the seasonal pumpkin beverage. You step outside your home and see the leaves changing in your backyard. And wow, there’s nothing like watching the leaves change colors before winter comes.

We are blessed to live in an area like western North Carolina, where we have one of the best displays of fall color on the East Coast. Surrounded by some of the highest peaks east of the Mississippi River, Asheville, North Carolina, has some of the most breathtaking sights in the South. While the views are this gorgeous, take a day or weekend to go exploring!

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Wed-Mon Displaying items 6-10 | Off The Wagon Dueling Piano Bar
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dueling-pianos-20211 Displaying items 6-10 | Off The Wagon Dueling Piano Bar
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Effective 7 July 2022 with NC Senate Bill 470 and NC House Bill 768, we are no longer a private bar.  We are a bar and open to the public!  No more membership required to come party with us!

Off The Wagon Asheville Dueling Piano Bar Blog

It is that time again; temperatures are warming up, bees are buzzing, and graduation season is about to kick into full gear. With a solid year of being back in the classroom for many, this year is cause for particular celebration. 

Whether you are graduating from one of our great universities right here in western North Carolina or looking for a destination from further afar, Asheville is the perfect spot.

Tens of millions of people visit Asheville and Buncombe County every year. From the allure of exploring the mountains to one of the largest concentrations of art and culture, there are plenty of reasons to visit western North Carolina. 

Even if you are in town for just a weekend getaway, you can catch a show with some of the biggest names in music or hot up-and-comers. Here are some of the best music venues in Asheville. 

Winter is one of the best times of the year to visit Asheville. Millions of tourists travel here each year, but most want to time their trips with the school calendar or the peak of fall color. After the New Year, the kids go back to school, some of the outdoor activities are closed for the season, and there may not be as many outdoor festivals and events. 

That is exactly why it’s the perfect time of year to explore Asheville like a local. There’s a little less traffic, a little more flexibility, and still, more to do than you can pack into a single weekend. Here are seven ways to do what locals do in the French Broad River Valley, especially during the off-season. 

There is something magical about experiencing the holidays in the mountains of western North Carolina. Nowhere else in the state will you find such a combination of beautiful scenery, culture, and art combining to transform the area into a winter wonderland. 

Add to that the increased probability of snow falling on the ridges and even in the valleys, and it is no wonder people travel from all over to Asheville for the Christmas season. 

If you are heading to the Asheville area for the holidays, we want to help make sure you experience the best we have to offer. Here are eight things to do while you’re in the mountains for this magical season.

Do you love this time of year? As the temperature drops, you pull your flannels out of the closet and visit your local coffee shop for the seasonal pumpkin beverage. You step outside your home and see the leaves changing in your backyard. And wow, there’s nothing like watching the leaves change colors before winter comes.

We are blessed to live in an area like western North Carolina, where we have one of the best displays of fall color on the East Coast. Surrounded by some of the highest peaks east of the Mississippi River, Asheville, North Carolina, has some of the most breathtaking sights in the South. While the views are this gorgeous, take a day or weekend to go exploring!

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