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Nightclubs In Asheville, NCWhat do the Blue Ridge mountains, quirky street performers, and wild nightlife all have in common? In Asheville, all of this and more can be found. Flanked by the Blue Ridge Mountains and surrounded by Pisgah National Forest, the city of Asheville is known for its quirky artistic vibe. 

With world class craft breweries, amazing music venues featuring acts from all across the world, and old-school dive bars serving the greatest drinks around, it is no wonder that so many people visit the city every year. Over 1.4 million tourists find themselves in our little corner of the world, exploring the wonders that Asheville has to offer. 

We locals know exactly how to have a wonderful night in town, and because of that, we have put together a list of a few of our favorite nightclubs in Asheville and the surrounding area. 

Our Favorite Asheville Nightclubs

Alley Cat Social Club

If you are looking for a more intimate bar and nightclub, Alley Cat Social Club is for you. It is a great place for an after-dinner cocktail and is known as the late-night party bar since it stays open until 2 am. Alley Cat Social Club hosts dance parties, karaoke, and live music. They can also help put together private events as well.

27 Club

Located at 180 Patton Ave, this self-proclaimed Rock n’ Roll dive bar is a great spot if you are looking for a more punk rock night out. With plenty of concerts, karaoke events, and more, the 27 Club is leading the charge in keeping Asheville Weird.

Grove House Entertainment Complex

Home to three incredible venues, the Grove House has been throwing parties for over 30 years. Each venue is unique and hosts everything from private parties to concerts and even a drag show or two. Definitely a must-see location if you like to party into the night.

The Grey Eagle

It relocated to its present site on the French Broad River's banks in 1998 from its original position in Black Mountain, North Carolina. As one of Asheville's oldest venues, it has seen 10,000 different bands and performers over the years, such as Darrell Scott, Band of Horses, and the Avett Brothers. This is the place to be if you like live music!

Off The Wagon Piano Bar

The Off The Wagon Piano Bar is located a short distance northeast of the River Arts District. You and your buddies are in for a treat if you've never witnessed a dueling piano act. The musicians will lead the crowd in a wild rock and roll party atmosphere, and you can request any song you want. 

We promise that you and your loved ones will have an amazing time! We serve some of the best cocktails in the city in addition to hosting some of Asheville's best musicians. Check out our website for additional details!