5-7pm: Grab your tickets to Cocktails with a Cause to support The Seton Youth Shelters.
5-10pm: Head to Doc Taylor’s to catch Galaxy Dynamite.
6-9pm: Enjoy the free Out of the Box event featuring Bennett Wales & The Relief at the Sandler Center for the Arts.
8pm-12am: The band Bumpin Uglies will entertain at Shaka’s Live.
12-2pm: Learn about the gun-related laws going before the General Assembly this year at the Legislative Lunch for Under the Gun at Work Release.
4-6pm: It’s the opening of Stephen Boocks: Ordering The Random at the Norfolk Arts Offsite Gallery.
6-8pm: Enjoy Herbie “D” Desseyn Live on the Market Stage in Norfolk.
6-11pm: Check out the collaboration release from Bull Island Brewing and Oozlefinch Craft Brewery.
6pm-2am: Don’t miss the opening night of Under the Gun, a contemporary art show and community dialogue address gun violence at Work Release.
7-10pm: Make your way to Hampton for Friday with the Wampler Brothers Band.
8pm: Hear Harvey Mason at the Attucks Theatre.
8-9:30pm: Get your chuckles in at the Push Comedy Theater during Getting to Know the Couple.
8-11pm: If the thought of more ice give you the frights, dress in your spine-chilling best for Spooky Skate at the ice rink at MacArthur Center.
8-11:30pm: Catch Koffin Kats and The Wet Boys at Shakas Live.
8:30-11:30pm: Enjoy music from Dave Crumpler and Michael Glass at the Craft 60 Ale House in Newport News.
9pm-1am: Diatonic will entertain at Cap’n Ron’s in Ocean View.
9pm-1am: Party with the Deloreans at Keagan’s in Virginia Beach.
10-11:30pm: A little-known fact: Wonder Woman got her start at The Push Comedy Theater as a part of Girl-Prov. See why she became a hero at The Girls’ Night of Improv.
11am-12pm: Enjoy an hour of yoga at the Portsmouth Main Library.
11am-2pm: Lace up doggie style at Bold Mariner Brewing for the Come Run Remember K9 Krijger event.
11am-2pm: Grab the family and head to the Hampton History Museum for Moon Math.
12-2pm: Activists, officers, and faith leaders enjoy conversation, music, karaoke, video games, and brunch to build bridges of trust at Work Release.
12-11pm: Have a Truckin’ Good Time at Tradition Brewing.
12-7pm: Celebrate the bottle release of Giddy Up Coffee Milk Stout at Smartmouth.
1-3pm: Learn about the Airship Roma Disaster at the Kempsville Public Library.
2-7pm: Purchase your tickets to the 2nd Annual Nomarama Slider Competition happening at O’Connor Brewing.
2:30-3:30pm: Don’t miss the Civil War Lecture: Maritime Technology at The Mariners’ Museum and Park.
3pm: A Royal Musical Adventure is happening at the Sandler Center and it is perfect for children and families.
4-9pm: Get down with Bluegrass & Old Time Music Jams at Victorian Station.
7-9pm: Enjoy live music by The Storyweavers at Starving Artist Café.
7:30pm: Get your tickets for the Opening Night Film & Reception for the 24th Annual Virginia Festival of Jewish Film.
8pm: They ain’t got no crystal ball, but Badfish – A Tribute to Sublime will have friends Fayuca, Nesta and Mack Against the Wall at the Norva.
8pm: Enjoy vocalist Carmen Bradford with the John Toomey Trio at the Attucks Theatre.
8-11pm: Spend your evening with Gina & The Cow Tipping Playboys at University Pizza.
8:30pm-2am: There’s no dance party like one at Mambo Room. Dress to move at the 4 Year “I Love Bachata” Anniversary Party.
9pm: See the Karma Kings at Buckets Bar and Grill.
9pm-1:30am: End your Saturday with Hÿdra, Ashes, Andrew Aircraft and the Kozmic Body, and The Brothers Grizz.
9pm-2am: Head to Work Release for Saturday Sessions with $lackdog.
10-11pm: Have a Dude-A-Palooza at the Push Comedy Theater.
10pm-1am: See Joey Cook & The Partyraddlers at Stillwater Tavern.
10-11:15am: Head to Tradition Brewing for Oms & Ale with Zenya Yoga.
10am-1pm: Enjoy Sun-Days at Elizabeth River Park in Chesapeake.
11am: If she’s unique, and possibly yours, take her to the Uniquely Yours Bridal Showcase.
11am-4pm: Cop a squat at the Lucky 7 Celebration Anniversary show at Drag Yourself to Brunch.
12-4pm: Come hungry to Crocks for Cops at Big Ugly Brewing.
2-3:30pm: Head to the Slover Library for Coffee Talk: Literature & Librettos with Dr. Glenn Winters, Community Outreach Musical Director of the Virginia Opera.
2-6pm: Enjoy a Sunday afternoon at Borjo with Amy Ferebee.
3-6pm: Make plans to be at 80/20 Burger Bar for Writers Resist.
7-9pm: End your weekend with a few laughs during Storytelling Night: Rebirth at the Push Comedy Theater.
8pm: Party with D.R.A.M., River Tiber, and Ari Lennox at the Norva.
All Weekend Long
Thursday through Saturday: If you’re in the mood for some Scottish and Irish music, head to Grace O’Malley’s Irish Pub to hear Glasgow Kiss.
Thursday through Sunday: Check out the schedule of events for the Winter Blues Jazz Festival in Williamsburg.
Friday through Sunday: Take one part fantasy and one part science fiction and you’ve got MarsCon in Williamsburg.
Friday through Sunday: Say “yes” to the dress. If you are a high school junior or senior, and you’re looking for a dress, check out the 2017 Prom Dress Fair.
Friday through Sunday: Enjoy Rhyme & Punishment at the Zeiders American Dream Theater.
Friday through Sunday: Head to the Virginia Beach Convention Center for the Hampton Roads International Auto Show.
Friday through Sunday and beyond: Go underground with the Generic Theatre for The Motherf**ker With The Hat.
Friday through Sunday and beyond: Grab your ticket for The Farnsworth Invention by Aaron Sorkin at the Little Theatre of Norfolk.
Friday through Sunday and beyond: Head to the Little Theatre of Virginia Beach to see Olympus On My Mind.
Saturday and Sunday: If you have some kids who love Paw Patrol, take them to Chrysler Hall this weekend for Paw Patrol Live! Race to the Rescue.
Saturday and Sunday: Prepare for the First Annual Hunger Games by stocking up at the Southeastern Gun & Knives Show. May the odds be ever be in your favor.
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