Beech Mountain is the highest town in Eastern America and an ideal vacation spot in North Carolina's Blue Ridge Mountains. Our elevation (5,506 feet) sets us apart 12 months a year.



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The 1st Annual Beech Mountain Throwback Music Weekend

The Beech Mountain Brewing Company Taproom and Grill will be the venue for the Beech Mountain Throwback Music Weekend, August 3rd, 4th and 5th. The family-friendly event takes place over three days, with a suggested donation of $5 per performance as a fundraiser for the Beech Mountain Chamber of Commerce. The Throwback Music Weekend will feature music from the 60’s and 70’s, with some 80’s thrown in for good measure.

Spoon Bread, August 3rd

Spoon Bread, a Jerry Garcia/Grateful Dead tribute band, will kick things off on Friday August 3rd. Spoon Bread is a Boone NC based group consisting of a core trio of Jonathan Priest on drums, Toma Fuller on Keys and Guitar, and Brandon Holder on Bass. Originally dedicating their efforts to the vast catalog of originals and uniquely tasteful covers performed by the Jerry Garcia Band, they continue to expand their repertoire into similar soulful sounds of days past. Not afraid to explore where a tune can go, Spoon Bread seeks to bring something interesting musically all while maintaining a tight groove. Weaving through blues, soul, funk, and rock and roll they seek to blend the genres into a tapestry of sonic goodness that embraces all styles.

On Saturday, August 4th, Clockworx will take the stage for some 60’s, 70’s and early 80’s rock and roll covers. This band features a number of experienced musicians. Lead guitarist Max Riley has shared the stage with Doc Holliday and Nantucket, and now makes his home permanently on Beech Mountain. Keyboardist Phil Giallombardo is a founding member of the James Gang and has played with REO Speedwagon, Kansas and many others.

Bill Wrenn, drummer, is a retired police officer who formerly traveled across the United States performing with several rock bands. Billy Darr, bassist, has performed with a number of popular rock and country bands.

Sunday the 5th will continue the nostalgia at 1:00 pm with a performance by the GB’s, a Winston-Salem-based band featuring Beatles covers and other British Invasion-American Pop hits from the 60’s and 70’s. Lead Guitarist Chuck Dale Smith has shared the stage with The Byrds, Billy J. Kramer, Carl Perkins, The Box Tops, Sam & Dave, The Surfaris and countless others. Henry Heidtmann (bass, vocals)has worked on several projects with former Shakes/Think Jet guitarist Steve Dixon (Reversing Hour) then went on to form Circle of Blue with former Dayroom Monitors guitarist Dave Dixon, Steve Catron and Chris Phillips of Squirrel Nut Zippers fame. Henry has had the privilege to share the stage with such acts as Levon Helm, Paul Revere and The Raiders, Judy Collins, Sam Moss and renowned jazz violinist Randy Sabien. Mike Chamis (guitar, vocals)got his start when he formed The Vanguard, a rock quartet that played faithful covers by The Beatles, Stones, Who, Kinks, and Yardbirds along with their original tunes. The Vanguard opened shows for John Entwistle, Mick Taylor, Gregg Allman, Blue Oyster Cult, Rare Earth, Foghat, and Bachman-Turner Overdrive. Matt D'Amico (Drums)has played in combos all over the east coast- most notably in the fertile Maryland music belt. He joined the GB's to continue his love of great rock n' roll. Matt also slaps the cans with the Twang Doctors, a local Americana/acoustic quartet as he lays the rhythm down with GB's bassist Henry Heidtmann...keepin it in the family!


Summer Activities on Tap at Beech Mountain Resort

 MileHighYoga webFrom the first weekend in June to early September, there are a variety of activities to choose from every Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday at Beech Mountain Resort.

Choose from fun options like: mountain biking, mile-high yoga, live music, disc golf and the resort's own craft beers served with panoramic Blue Ridge Mountain views at 5506' Skybar. The craft ales are also available in the ski village at Beech Mountain Brewing Company.
“We want everyone to know the resort isn't just for skiing anymore," says Talia Freeman, marketing director for Beech Mountain Resort. "We have a lot of activities from easy to extreme, as well as great food & beverage options."
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Summer Concert Series Features Three Big Name Bands

Yonder Mountain String BandThree of the top Americana, roots and newgrass bands in the nation will perform outdoor concerts this summer at Beech Mountain Resort.

The monthly concert series kicks off June 16 with the Wood Brothers, followed by Trampled By Turtles on July 14 and Yonder Mountain String Band on Aug. 11.
This impressive trifecta of concerts will turn Beech Mountain Resort's ski runs into a grassy playground featuring a special outdoor stage at the base of the slopes in Eastern America's highest elevation town.
It will be a festive atmosphere for concerts with Beech Mountain Resort's summer activities in full swing. Activities include the resort's popular downhill mountain bike trails, the mountainside disc golf course and the 5506’ Skybar at the top of the slopes. Click below for more concert info ...

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