Well, I’ve got good news for you. As of right now the Orange Peel has tickets available for the entire weekend. So, click here to visit their website and buy your tickets. And here’s why.
Tonight you can catch They Might Be Giants, a band that actually has its own Wiki. (Click here to check out the Wiki.) They’ve got one awesome website with a merchandise section where you can buy playing cards, travel mugs, mouse pads, postcards, tote bags, stickers, DVDs, children’s books, t-shirts, and CDs. I like this group! So click here to check it out. They’ll be joined by Moon Hooch, a band consisting of two saxophones and a drummer, that declares their style to be Cave Music. Find out if you like Cave Music by clicking here to visit their nifty website. The show starts at 8 tonight and the doors open at 7. Tickets will be $25.
Tomorrow the Peel features Boom Box, a duo with an eclectic R & B dance groove. Click here to visit their incredibly designed website (it’s got a great futuristic vibe going on) or just click here to check out a great photo of them in concert. The hall looks like a spaceship. They’ll be joined by White Noise, a band who really gets around. to find out where they’ve been and where they’re going click here to visit their page. Doors open at 8, but the show starts at 9. Tickets are $15 today, but $18 if you wait to pick them up tomorrow.
Sunday features a very special presentation brought to you by Smart Start of Buncombe County. Hobey Ford and his Golden Rod Puppets will be performing Animalia. This is a family friendly show, so bring the kids and enjoy it. According to the Orange Peel’s website, families will receive a set of Peeper Puppet, an innovative hand puppet. Doors open at 3 p.m. and the show starts at 4. Tickets are $8.
Now that you’ve read all this you’ve got to click here and visit the Orange Peel’s website. Even if you’re busy this weekend, there’s probably something they’ll have next week, or the next, that you’ll want to see. If you’re not interested in a concert, check out their blog, podcasts, and really cute baby clothes.
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