1184 SR 105
Boone, NC 28607
Phone: (828) 268-0099
Fax: (828) 268-0023
The Holmes Convocation Center was built to support the Appalachian State University's vast student population. Capable of seating over 9,000 students, it is one of the region's finest sports centers.
The Holmes Center at the Appalachian State University in Boone is a source of entertainment for the small town. Concerts, plays, blood drives, sporting events, feasts, meetings and more take place here, thus, making the venue a multi-purpose one. Though Boone is a small town, the kind of events that take place here are usually large scaled, thus, making the Holmes Center a significant landmark to the city. To know more about the venue, visit their website.
An Appalachian Summer Festival is brought to you by the Appalachian State University Office of Arts & Cultural Programs. A yearly event, it has been named one of the "Top 20 events in the Southeast" by the Southeast Tourism Society. This arts festival brings together music, dancing, visual arts, and the theater and enhances the lives of the participants and the onlookers. Presented during the month of July.
Part of Appalachian State University, this venue hosts a variety of live music events throughout the year.
Kidd Brewer Stadium, nicknamed 'The Rock', is a picturesque, multi-purpose stadium that hosts many hockey, football and athletic events. Located in the campus of Appalachian State University, the stadium was built in 1962 and has been renovated and expanded many times to make it the well facilitated venue that it is today. Artificial turfs, outdoor tracks, football fields as well as locker rooms, coach offices, training rooms are some of the amenities it is equipped with. The stadium attracts many sports fans and has seen crowds as much as 30,931.
Wood Circle House in Boone is a concert venue where there is always an interesting performance roster lined up. As rock is the preferred genre, this place can get pretty loud. Previous performers have included the likes of Celtic-rock band Pale Fire, punk and hardcore band Just Die! and emo group Muscle & Bone.
On Fridays and Saturdays enjoy a three hour nonstop variety family show featuring country, oldies, bluegrass, blues, and gospel music, barbecue with all the sides, dancing, and more.
Depicting the story of the Revolutionary War in western North Carolina, Horn in the West is the third oldest outdoor historical drama in the United States.
With the mission "to honor the musicians, dancers, storytellers, and poets of the Appalachian region," this entertainment series features blue grass, African American, Celtic, and old-time forms of artistic performances.
Relax and tune into your inner self at International Center for Meditation and Well-Being. The center offers meditation and yoga classes.
Located in a serene spot that overlooks the Blue Ridge Mountains, Valle Crucis Conference Center is ideal for a wide variety of events. Spiritual retreats, family reunions and ski and youth groups can all be accommodated at venues like the Apple Barn and Bishop Robert H. Johnson Hall. Five buildings also offer comfortable accommodation.
Nestled at the foot of Mount Jefferson, this civic center presents a wide variety of culturally diverse events and programs such as musicals, stage productions, and theatrical productions. The center is also available to host exhibits, conventions, and social events.