All Weekend Long
Now through Sunday: See Picnic at the Peninsula Community Theatre.
Friday and Saturday: Check out Burning Sugar at the Zeiders American Dream Theater.
Friday through Sunday: Catch School of Rock with the Hurrah Players.
Friday through Sunday: Pick up your own ‘my precious’ at the Treasures of the Earth Gem Mineral & Jewelry Show at the Virginia Beach Convention Center.
Friday through Sunday and beyond: See Silence! The Musical, an unauthorized parody of The Silence of the Lambs brought to you by the Generic Theater.
Friday through Sunday: Check out the Great Chesapeake Bay Schooner Race.
Saturday and Sunday: Head to Suffolk for the Driver Days 23rd Annual Fall Festival.
Saturday and Sunday: Support the Hope House by shopping local at the Stockley Gardens Arts Festival.
Saturday and Sunday: Wine all you want during the 29th Annual Town Point Virginia Fall Wine Festival.
Saturday and Sunday: Grab your Southeastern Guns & Knives at the Virginia Beach Convention Center.
Saturday and Sunday: Enjoy the Fall-tober Vendor & Craft Show at the Kroc Center.
Saturday and Sunday: Coin collectors rejoice and head to the Virginia Beach Convention Center for the Coin Show 2016.
This weekend and beyond: Check out the very busy calendar of offerings from the Norfolk Public Library.
6-7pm: Take a guided tour during the Visual Arts Week NEON Mural Tour.
7:30pm: Reach beyond this world at Theresa Caputo Live! The Experience at the Scope.
7:30pm: Enjoy Havana Cuban All Stars Cuban Nights at the Ferguson Center for the Arts.
8pm: Check out the Ritual Tour with Marshmello and Slushii & Speaker of the House at the Norva.
9pm-12:30am: Hear Roxy Roca at Doc Taylor’s.
3-10pm: Make your way to O’Connor’s for the release of Hop Trick.
4-9pm: If you love trying new food trucks, check out the Grand Opening of Cubania at the Bold Mariner Brewing Company.
5pm-2am: Check out the Ghost in the Machine exhibition Performance at Work Release.
6-10pm: Enjoy your night at the Heist, a speakeasy, casino and auction night at the Peninsula Fine Arts Center.
6-8pm: Grab your ticket for the Virginia Aquarium Craft Brews Cruise.
6:30-8pm: Head to Historic St. Luke’s Church in Smithfield for the Twilight Cemetery Tour.
6:30-9pm: Hear live music from acoustic Legend at Big Ugly Brewing.
7:30pm: Head to the Hampton Coliseum for the Beat Block Party.
8pm: Hear Tom Browne at the Attucks Theatre as a part of the Church Street Jazz Series.
8-9:30pm: Make your way to the Push Comedy Theater for Tales from the Campfire: The Improvised Ghost Story.
9:30pm-1am: See River Boys at Chichos in Chesapeake.
10-11:30pm: The funny ladies are taking over at the Push during Girl-Prov: The Girls’ Night of Improv.
8am-5pm: Head to the 1st Street Jetty at the Oceanfront for the Coastal Edge Surf for the Cure. Get on a board and support the boobies!
8:30am-12pm: Grab your sneakers and peg leg for the Mariners’ Museum Pirate Run.
9am-5pm: Celebrate the opening of the OBC Grain & Hope Garden at the Norfolk Botanical Gardens.
10am: Here’s a reason to leave your house and then go back and watch a movie. It is the 6th Annual Video Store Day at Naro Video.
10am-11am: Head to the Cedar Grove Cemetery for a tour with local historian Cheryl Copper.
10am-4pm: Have some harvest fun at the Francis Land House plantation in Virginia Beach during their Harvest Festival.
10am-4pm: Check out the 7th Annual Waterways heritage Festival in Chesapeake.
10am-6pm: Don’t miss the Hampton Comicon at the Hampton Roads Convention Center.
11am-2pm: Fun for the whole family at the Fall Fest at Landstown Commons.
11am-3pm: Join the Glass Wheel Studio for Mad science Arts & Crafts.
12-4pm: Head to Wild Wing Café in Chesapeake for the 2nd Annual Fire Truck Pull.
12-5pm: Planning to walk down the aisle anytime soon? Check out the Tie the Knot Bridal Expo.
12-7pm: Smartmouth is hosting its 4th Birthday Bash and they’re shutting down the street.
12-10pm: Enjoy the Coelacanth Harvest Festival as they feature their Caramel Apple Pie Porter.
12-10pm: If you can’t make it out to the OBC event at the Norfolk Botanical Gardens, you can enjoy the release of the Susan Constant Wheat Wine at the brewery.
1-5pm: Get lit on the Peninsula at the Inaugural Craft Beer Bash at War Memorial Stadium.
4-9pm: Take part in the 17th Annual Oyster Roast in Norfolk.
5-10pm: Enjoy art and donuts at the Flipco and Glazed present “FROSTED” in Hampton.
6-9pm: Dance it out at the Rock the Kroc Zumbathon.
7:30pm: Hear Skillet, Sick Puppies, and Devour the Day at the Norva.
8-9:30pm: Grab the few tickets left for the Who Dunnit? The Improvised Murder Mystery at the Push.
8-11pm: Head to IFLY Virginia Beach for HUCK Cancer.
8pm-2am: Fans of Stranger Things should flock to Work Release for Trapped in the Upside Down – a Stranger Things inspired Trap Party.
9pm-12am: Hear Earthworm Von Doom, Clary Sage, and Values666 at Charlie’s.
10-11:30pm: It’s freaky funny at The Pushers Improv Spooktacular.
10pm-2am: Time for HOTBUTTERED HALLOWEEN at Toast.
12-3pm: Find your new best friend at Barktoberfest 2016.
12-3pm: Join ODU Friends of Women’s Studies for Eat Your Art Out at the Chrysler Museum.
12-4pm: Discover Teas at the 5th Annual Wu Wo Tea Ceremony in Newport News.
12-8pm: Celebrate with Scotty Quixx as they party for their 7th Anniversary.
2-3pm: Join ODU French Professors peter Schulman and Elizabeth Black at a celebration at O’Connor’s. Check out Fond de la Mer while you’re there.
4-8pm: Enjoy blues music and beer during the Community Blues Show at UUFP in Newport News.
7pm: Prepare yourself for the upcoming election by attending Unelectable You: The Second City’s Completely Unbiased Political Revue at the Ferguson Center.
7pm: Grab your tickets for October Storytelling Night: Dread at the Push.
7:30pm: Have a blast at the Norva with the Squirrel Nut Zippers.
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