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1st round of tickets almost gone!
2023 Pickathon sound and light technician during performers DEHD, Woods Stage. Photo by Rob Kerr @robkerr6
Thursday May 2, 2024

We’re running low on tickets! The first tier of GA tickets will be gone in the next week! We’re running out of tiers, don’t miss out on Pickathon 2024. We have some exciting lineup news coming, so get on the bandwagon before it’s full!

Want to be a vendor at Pickathon 2024?

We’re putting together the vendor list as we speak!

If you have a business that you think would be a good fit for Pickathon 2024, submit an application below for us to review!

Bonnie Paine sets the Pickathon Pod on fire!

Learn how Elephant Revival got its name and the secret to getting the band’s tour bus on the road.

What is “transcendental folk?”

Elephant Revival and Bonnie Paine have been defining the sound for years, with some stops and starts along the way.

One of the things that we look for in artists for the Pickathon lineup is talent that moves beyond the headphones. The band thrives on stage in part because every member is a multi-instrumentalist and contributes vocals to their songs. You’ll find your eyes whipping across the stage to find the source of that lick or harmony sending you up.

The band went on hiatus in 2018 and only just started doing live shows again in 2022. Their performances are few and far between, which only makes them more special.

This Week at the Showdown

From jam-grass to Asheville Rock’n’Roll, we’re circling the outer reaches of country music this week!

Catch Armchair Boogie and Pert Near Sandstone this Saturday at the Showdown. Whether your bluegrass tastes lean electric or funk, you’ll explore the limits of the genre at the show and see a side of it you’ve never seen before.

Tonight! Weezy Ford celebrates the release of her new album, In the Movement at the Showdown. The work just received a glowing feature in WW.

“I kind of hate it when people explain songs,” Weezy Ford says. Luckily, the 10 songs on her new album, In the Movement, don’t need it. They seem to careen through space, and the Corbett singer’s voice, full of almost avian trills and curlicues, reinforces the impression that she’s soaring through the arrangements.” – Bromfield

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