185 Clingman Ave. Asheville, NC 28801

Morgan Wade: “No Signs of Slowing Down” Tour

with Kaitlin Butts

All Ages
Thursday, April 06
Doors: 7pm // Show: 8pm

– ALL AGES
– STANDING ROOM ONLY
– LIMITED NUMBER OF VIP MEET & GREET PACKAGES AVAILABLE THAT INCLUDE: 

  • One general admission ticket  
  • VIP early entry into the venue  
  • Intimate pre-show performance by Morgan Wade  
  • Q&A session with Morgan  
  • Group photo with Morgan Wade  
  • Collectible tour poster, autographed by Morgan  
  • Commemorative pre-show VIP laminate  
  • Merchandise shopping opportunity before doors open to public  
  • Limited availability  



MORGAN WADE

Morgan Wade didn’t write to be a sensation, for critical acclaim or massive concert tours. She wrote to speak her truth, to save her own life – and perhaps throw a rope to others struggling with the weight of a world moving too fast, loves where you fall too hard and nights that, good or bad, seem to go on forever.

2021 saw Reckless, her Thirty Tigers/now Sony Music Nashville debut, and lead single “Wilder Days” topping critical lists from Rolling Stone, TIME, Stereogum, New York Times, Boston Globe, FADER, Tennessean, Whiskey Riff, Billboard, and The Boot and Taste of Country who both proclaimed, “a once-in-a-decade debut.” With a voice that is raw hurt, deep knowing and somehow innocence retained, Wade wrote or co-wrote a song cycle about the reality facing teens and 20-somethings that embraced raw desire, the reality of getting high and getting sober, the realm of crawling through the wreckage with a tough vulnerability that is as singular as the young woman from Floyd, Virginia.

KAITLIN BUTTS

Full of reflection, daydreaming contemplation, sharp wit, tough decisions in the midst of diresituations, rosy love, and beaming growth,what else can she do findscountry music’s kaitlinbutts in full bloom. behind her flowing locks of auburn hair, oklahoma twang, and a wry grin,grows a devastating storyteller and an equally demanding, radiant voice.following up her charming debutsame hell, different devilanda diverse run of singles–thecosmic dancer “marfa lights,” the haunting murder ballad “white river,” the sweet tranquility of“how lucky am i,” and the enigmatic disco fever dream “white river (remix)–what else canshe do has buttsdelivering a collectionof delicate, strong, and gallant characters andtransformative storytellers.what else can she dois a visceral display of just how raw and mighty words and actions canbe–and how sometimes, knowing when to walk away can be just as compelling as holdingon.inspired by the resilience and humility displayed by the women in her life, butts’ latest is a welcoming nod and saving grace. time and again, she demands to be seen and heard as anartist, storyteller, and woman.