All weekend long
Thursday through Sunday, see The Pillowman presented by the Generic Theater at Chrysler Hall. Check out the review here.
Thursday through Sunday, head to the Scope Arena for Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Presents Legends.
Thursday through Sunday, grab some nosh at Town Center of Virginia Beach Restaurant Week.
Thursday through Sunday (and beyond), see Violet at the Little Theatre of Virginia Beach.
Friday through Sunday, celebrate a year with Wharf Hill Brewing Company in Smithfield.
Saturday and Sunday, if you’re into CrossFit, you can check out the Team Grit CrossFit Competition at the Hampton Roads Convention Center.
Running through April 30th, see the amazing LanternAsia at the Norfolk Botanical Gardens.
8:30am-1pm: The 2016 Women in Business Conference will be held at the Peninsula Workforce Development Center.
12pm-1:30pm: Celebrate the 2016 International Transgender Day of Visibility at the Webb Center on ODU Campus.
6:30pm: Grab a pint and enjoy Point Break at Back Bay Brewing.
8pm: The band that makes me remember Veggie Tales (aka Broccoli Samurai) will be at Doc Taylor’s. This is what happens when you have young kids …
4-8pm: Head to the St. George Brewing Company for Don Butcher and food from Stuft.
4pm: Don’t miss the Treble in Paradise release party at Java Surf Café & Espresso Bar in VB.
4-7pm: Grab some plants at the Plant Pop Up Sale at The Stockpot in Virginia Beach.
5pm: Stop by the Writing Lightly Opening at Work Release.
5-8:30pm: First Friday on Granby! Watch the Lights go on at 8pm.
7pm: Grab your boots and head to the Norva for the 757 Country Fest with Runnin’ Shine, Murphy’s Law, Maria Taylor, Adam Maddock & The Double Shots, and DJ Ty Street.
8pm: Don’t miss the Championships in comedy at the Push.
8pm: Head to Toast for the Ladada Vinyl and CD Release Show, and also hear Wyteshayds, and Glass Pennies.
8pm: Grab your tickets ahead of time for The Hackensaw Boys at Back Bay.
8pm: Head to the Ferguson Center for the Arts to hear Mahler’s Fifth Symphony.
8pm-2am: Take part in Vibe+Pride, a Pridefest Fundraiser at Croc’s 19th Street Bistro.
8am: Get your run in during the 2016 Bunny Hope & 5K in Portsmouth.
9am-12pm: Check out Clean Eating & Detox Yoga with Natural Balance Spa and Yoga.
10am-4pm: Make your way to Portsmouth Tuner Fest Spring 2016.
11am-2pm: Head to the Hampton History Museum for the Downton Hampton Kiwanis Fun Hunt – Craft Beer, Wine, & Food Tasting. This is a ticketed event.
12pm: Head to bottleBOX for the Pale Fire Tap Takeover.
12pm: Hang with Coelacanth as they release Oculus – a black rye lager. And stay there for the First Saturday Cask Ale: Selfish Giant with Coffee.
12-9pm: Head to Alewerks for the Springhouse bottle release.
12:30-4:30pm: If you can’t make it to our Nation’s Capital for the Cherry Blossom Festival, you can enjoy the beautiful, local one we have here at Red Wing Park.
1-2pm: Head to the Chrysler Museum of Art for Fleet Forces Woodwind Trio.
1-4pm: Celebrate the opening of Seven Cities Dance Studio in Hampton. You can dance if ya wanna.
5:30pm: The Kings of Ukulele will entertain at Coelacanth.
6pm: head to the D’Art Center for the D’Art Wearable Arts National Juried Exhibition Awards Reception.
7pm: Borjo hosts Thomas Holt.
7-11pm: Celebrate the release of Haywire Husky at Wasserhund.
8pm: Make your way to the American Theatre in Hampton for The HillBenders: Tommy – A Bluegrass Opry.
10pm: I can’t imagine what this event is like. Head to Glow Show Foam Party featuring Lex Luger at the Norva.
12-5pm: Let spring pop into your life at the 30th Annual Daffodil Festival in Gloucester.
2:30pm: If you’ve missed any of the earlier shows for Mahler’s Fifth, you can still catch this one at the Sandler Center for the Performing Arts.
2:30-5:30pm: Hear Harrison Bounds at Coelacanth.
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