4-8pm: Enjoy music from Ron Fetner and The Black Pearl during BrewTunes at St. George Brewing.
6:30-8:30pm: Spend an evening at the Virginia MOCA during Artist Talk with Brian Palmer.
7pm: Head to Chrysler Hall to see “Jermaine Dupri Presents SOSOSUMMER 17 TOUR.”
8:30am-4pm: Check out The Tide Turns: Battle of Midway Symposium at the MacArthur Memorial.
12-1:30pm: Enjoy Slover Sounds with the Woody Beckner Jazz Duo.
5-8:30pm: Head to Norfolk’s First Friday at The Plot. There will be music by BJ Griffin and the Galaxy Groove. While you are there, check out the Push Comedy Theater as they offer a free improv show every half hour.
5-9pm: It’s a Food Truck Rodeo outside of the MacArthur Center.
6-9pm: Don’t miss this awesome, annual event. The 100 Show at Corner Gallery offers 100 small, local art pieces for purchase for $100 each.
6:30-8:30pm: Enjoy Sunset Outdoor Yoga at the Norfolk Botanical Garden.
7pm: See Jerry Seinfeld at Chrysler Hall.
7pm: Take part in some community time with Chief Resilience Officer Christine Morris during the Environmental Forum at the Unitarian Church in Norfolk.
8pm: Catch SisQo, Nokio, Jazz, and Tao at The Norva.
8pm-1:30am: Hear Opin, Positive No, Death Valley Rally, and Order at Charlie’s.
10-11:30pm: When your week seems sketchy, start your weekend with Sketchmageddon at the Push.
9-10am: Grab a mat and head to Portsmouth Yoga in the Courtyard.
9:30-10:30am: Bend over and tap that during Yoga on Tap at the St. George Brewing Company.
10am-1pm: Check out the Watermelon Festival in the East Ocean View Community Garden.
10am-2pm: Learn about Pocahontas and After at the Slover Library.
11am-8pm: She’s a princess and she’ll kick your ass. Celebrate Wonder Woman at Local Heroes.
12-7pm: Head to the free community event that is perfect for the fam. Launch Norfolk 2017 will be held at James Monroe Elementary in Norfolk.
12-10pm: Stop by the 4th Annual O’Connoroo – a food, music, and beer festival.
12-10pm: Celebrate the Gorgon Barley Wine Release at Coelacanth Brewing.
4-8pm: Grab a ticket for the Common Grounds Collaboration Beer Fest 2017 in Virginia Beach.
6-8pm: Celebrate Pride with PFLAG at the Suffolk Public Library. This event includes a community art project, presentations, resource information, and more.
6-11pm: Dress like an animal during the Zoo to Do at the Virginia Zoo.
7pm: See “Dance With Me!” at the Sandler Center.
7-10pm: See Brett Williams live at Wasserhund.
7-10pm: Spend the evening at the Hermitage Museum and Gardens during The Art of burning Man Opening Party.
8pm: Head to The Norva to see Conor Oberst. This concert is in partnership with Plus1; $1 of each ticket goes to Planned Parenthood.
8-9:30pm: Add some laughs to your weekend during Tales from the Campfire: The Improvised Ghost Story at the Push Comedy Theater.
8pm: Purchase your tickets to see Third Eye Blind at Waterside District.
10-11:30pm: Who knew “Star Wars” was so funny? Find out why at the Push during “Jedi Mind Tricks: A Star Wars Improv Show.”
11am-12:15pm: Enjoy Vino Vinyasa at Mermaid Winery.
11am-7pm: Cap your weekend off at the Big Spring Jam at the Virginia Beach Town Center.
12-6pm: Grab your tickets to Barks & Brews at Norfolk Botanical Garden.
12:30-4pm: See the schedule of events for The Art of Burning Man: Opening Day Programs at the Hermitage Museum and Gardens.
1-2pm: Check out History Speaks: Marrying for Love brought to you by the Chrysler Museum.
1-4pm: Browse some sweet cars at Sumospeed Springfest 17 at the Virginia Beach Convention Center.
2-6pm: Visit Tradition Brewing during Family Day.
7-9pm: Enjoy music by Glen Boswick and the Sounds of Swing at Ocean View Beach Park.
7-9pm: Head to the Push Comedy Theater for Comedy for a Cause: A Benefit for Virginia Beach Native Sara Flint Mihaly.
All Weekend Long
Thursday through Sunday: Check out the live music lineup at the Virginia Beach Oceanfront.
Thursday through Sunday: Don’t miss the Newport News Greek Festival.
Friday through Sunday: Attend the 2017 Patriotic Festival at the Virginia Beach Oceanfront.
Friday through Sunday: Watch out for pirates while in Hampton! It’s time for the Blackbeard Pirate Festival. Get tickets to the ball on Friday night or enjoy the free festival on Saturday and Sunday.
Friday through Sunday: Shop the Bodacious Bazaar at the Hampton Roads Convention Center.
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