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LaZoom tour donation!

Join us for lots of laughs on the funniest tour of the city for a good cause. The LaZoom Tour has donated all the proceeds to the Montford Music and Arts Festival. Join us June 4, Sunday. $29.00 per person. Complimentary beer and wine donated by Hi-Wire Brewing and Michael Oppenheim Photography. (Personal choices of beer and wine may also be brought on the bus. No other alcoholic beverages allowed.)

DATE: Sunday, June 4
DEPARTURE LOCATION: Chamber of Commerce, Montford Ave.
TOUR TYPE: 90 minute comedy tour

Skits are always changing so come again even if you came last year! You will get a different perspective of Asheville. It is a blast!

Bus will leave from the parking lot of the Asheville Visitor’s Center at 5 pm for this hilarious 90 minute comedy tour.

Buy your ticket at our store. Or email for alternative methods of payment.

Michael Oppenheim is a 20+year freelance photographer who has called Asheville home since 1997. He shoots for a diverse range of wedding, portrait, commercial, non-profit, architectural, and editorial clients. His two books on Asheville architecture, *Look Up Asheville I & II* can be found at Malaprops, Grateful Steps Publishing, or on his website at

Located in Downtown Asheville, NC, Hi-Wire Brewing is known for producing approachable and balanced ales and lagers, most notably Hi-Wire Lager, Prime Time Pale Ale, Bed of Nails Brown, and Hi-Pitch IPA. Hi-Wire’s beers can be found on draft and bottles in North Carolina bars and retail shops as well as in their South Slope Tasting Room in downtown Asheville. In summer 2015, craft beer drinkers can enjoy Hi-Wire beer at their Biltmore Village Big Top location, a 27,000 square foot production facility, 1/2 mile from the Biltmore Estate. In addition to flagship beers, Hi-Wire offers a rotating selection of seasonals as well as one-offs from their Hi-Wire Reserve Series.
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