The Downtown Boone Development Associations mission in part is to prohibimote the historic preservation, protection and use of Boone's traditional downtown area, including the area's commercial, civic, and religious enterprises and residences. To encourage property owners to maintain, improve, and beautify downtown properties.  We currently host 16 promotional events and activities annually, including First Friday Art Crawls, The Easter EGGstravaganza, Downtown Boone BOO!!, the annual Christmas and July 4th parades.




The next Downtown Boone First Friday is september 5th starting at 5:30 pm.  Come out to Downtown Boone for refreshments, art, Live entertainment, and community.   



Icon  Appalachian Theatre of the High Country 

 Click here to learn more about the revitalization of Downtown Boone's historic Appalachian Theatre. 



There will be no exceeding time parking violations given on Saturday, April 19, 2014 in observance of the Easter Holiday.    

If you receive a parking citation for exceeding the time limit you may be eligible for a validation sticker.  Please take the parking citation to one of the businesses or restaurants you have visited during your time in Downtown Boone, show your receipt, and the business will provide you with a validation sticker which will eliminate the exceeding time citation.  One stamp per vehicle per day.  After the ticket is validated you may drop it off at Boone Town Hall 567 W. King St. Boone, NC 28607 or mail it to Boone Town Hall - McLaurin Parking 567 W. King St. Boone, NC 28607.

If you would like to pay your citation on line please visit and click on the payments tab. 

You also have the right to appeal your parking citation.  Please write your appeal and delivered it or mail it to Boone Town Hall – McLaurin Parking 567 W. King St. Boone, NC 28607.

Questions? Concerns? Please call the Downtown Boone Development Association at 828.262.4532 or McLaurin Parking at 828.264.2645.









Tonight's concert (Aug 8th) will be held inside the Jones House in the Mazie Jones Gallery. Seating is limited to 42 seats and is first come/first serve. There will also be some limited space for  standing room audience.




 Summer Concerts at the Jones House start on June 6th.  Click here for a printable schedule poster.