Embraced by the gentle slopes of the Blue Ridge Mountains and the campus of Appalachian State University, Boone is a real downtown experience - a community with heart, focused on its economic, social, and environmental impact and dedicated to the enriching experiences of art, history, music, food, and shopping.
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The DBDA has put out a Call for Submissions for the 2016 - 2017 Public Art Exhibit in downtown Boone. The deadline for submissions is May 2, 2016. Click here to view past exhibit pieces. More info available at 828.268.6280.
Parking in downtown Boone is always free on Sundays, after 5:00 pm, and on Town of Boone observed holidays. Check out our parking page for more information.
The Town of Boone's Cultural Resources department will once again offer a Winter/Spring Indoor Concert Series. This is a great opportunity to see your favorite musicians in an intimate setting in the Jones House. Tickets are $20, shows start at 7:30 pm, and reservations are encouraged. Call 828.268.6280 or visit joneshouse.org for more information.
The next indoor concert will be on May 4 with Pat Donohue. Grammy winning fingerpicker Pat Donohue's devotion to acoustic guitar has made him an American standard, as he echoes the tones of Robert Johnson, Charlie Parker, Merle Travis, or Muddy Waters. After wrapping up almost twenty successful years as the guitarist and songwriter on "A Prairie Home Companion" on NPR, Pat now turns to full-time concert touring, presenting master guitar workshops, and attending prestigious music camps. Pat manages to blend jazz and blues with folk, and the mix is seamless. Over the years, he has captivated audiences with his unique original compositions, dazzling instrumentals, and humorous song parodies.