6:30-8:30pm: Enjoy an evening at the MOCA during Story Exchange: Mindful.
8pm: Head to The Norva to see Isaiah Rashad.
8-11pm: See Elisium at the Riffhouse.
3-10pm: Head to O’Connor’s for the Food Truck Challenge: CHILI. While you’re there, you can enjoy the Walk Off Kolsch beer release. And from 5-9, you can party during the Sea Level 10th Birthday Celebration.
6-8pm: See the “Ode to Patina” exhibit during the Offsite Gallery Opening.
8-9:30pm: Grab your ticket for the 3 on 3 Improv Tournament: Championships at the Push Comedy Theater.
8-11pm: Spend some time with Alex Bugnon at The American Theatre as a part of the Hampton Jazz Series.
8-11pm: It’s time for Feature Fridays at The Venue on 35th.
8pm-2am: Head to the Wave for the Mid Atlantic Roller Derby League Fundraiser.
8:30-11:30pm: Enjoy a mix of smooth Jazz and R&B as RaJazz returns to Roger Brown Restaurant in Portsmouth.
9pm-2am: It’s closing weekend for Pro-Forma at Work Release and you can say goodbye with Cheap Thrills, Fake Uzumi, and Opal D.
10-11:30pm: Laugh all show long during the Double Feature: The Made Up Movie at the Push.
10pm-1am: Enjoy a Live Rock Show at Norfolk Taphouse.
8-10am: Slide out for the Bon Secours Colon Cancer Awareness 5K / 1-Mile Walk.
9am-2pm: Get your Bikes out of Hibernation in Williamsburg for safety checks and rides.
10am-1pm: Grab some local ingredients at the Olde Towne Portsmouth Mini Farmers Market at the Corner of High Street and Court Street in Portsmouth.
10am-1pm: Military and veteran families can spend a day at the MOCA for Free during Military Day.
10am-2pm: The first Saturday of the month means it is time for the Olde Towne Antiques to Flea Market in the middle Street Garage in Portsmouth.
10am-4pm: Attend the Savvy Shopper Women’s Show at the Hampton Roads Convention Center.
12-10pm: Head to Coelacanth Brewing for the Fool’s Gold, New England IPA Release. While you’re there, grab some tasty burnt ends from RedWood Smoke Shack.
12:30-4:30pm: Check out this beautiful Cherry Blossom Festival at Red Wing Park in Virginia Beach.
1-5pm: Check out the Little Heroes at Home event at the Hampton Roads Convention Center.
1-5pm: Grab a spot for the Pearls of Wisdom Oyster Roast & Barbecue at the 24th Street Park at the Oceanfront.
5:30pm: The I. Sherman Greene Chorale will host a fundraiser at the Kroc Center titled “From Bach to Blues.” This event is a celebration of the Chorale’s 45th anniversary. “From Bach to Blues” will feature two of Mr. I. Sherman Greene’s star pupils. Dr. Sheila Maye, a soloist, will perform several classical and spiritual selections. Ms. Connie Parker will thrill the audience with her jazz and blues stylings. Tickets are $50.00 and will not be available at the door. Please contact Jennifer L. Allen at email@example.com for more information.
6-8pm: Hear Mimsey Mack and The Mannequins at St. George Brewing.
6-9pm: Don’t miss the HERstory Art Exhibit at Corner Gallery on Colley in Norfolk.
7pm: Bring on the testosterone for SPARTYKA FIGHT LEAGUE XXVIII at the Ted.
7:30-11pm: Attend the Sea Level Headline Concert “It Runs in the Family” at the Attucks Theatre.
7:30-10pm: Head to the Slover Library for The Metallic Gala – Fashion Show and Reception.
8-9:30pm: Nothing is funnier than April Fools’ Day at the Push Comedy Theater.
9pm-12am: Hear Destroying angel, Unmaker, Manzara, and True Body at Charlie’s.
9pm-2am: Join RiffHouse Pub for April Fools Day Comedy Night.
9pm-2am: End your evening with Rolodecks, Oh!Boy, Lordamercy, and Negro Libre at Work Release.
9am-5pm: Add some color to your life at the Color Me Rad event in Virginia Beach.
10am-1pm: Grab your bike and head to Smartmouth Beer for Tour de ORF Bike Ride.
11am-12pm: Attend Vino Vinyasa at Mermaid Winery.
12-6pm: It’s Family Day at Tradition Brewing.
1-5pm: Compete in the Cornhole Tournament at Alewerks Brewing.
2-3pm: Head to the Chrysler Museum for the lecture Secrets of the Ness of Brodgar.
3pm: Make your way to the Ferguson Center for the Arts to see Piano Battle: Combat on the Keys – Classical Smackdown.
4-7pm: Head to the Eagles Nest for the Staff Show & Scholarship Fundraiser for the School of Rock.
6pm: Sweat out those workweek sorrows at the 2017 Love Fest with over 100 Zumba and MixxedFit instructors.
7pm-12am: Hear John 5 & the Creatures at Shaka’s Live.
All Weekend Long
Now through Sunday: Grab a bite during the Town Center of Virginia Beach Restaurant Week.
Now through Sunday: Say farewell to Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey’s Greatest Show on Earth at the Hampton Coliseum. For a review of this show, read this AltDaily review.
Friday through Sunday: Visit the 2017 Mid-Atlantic Home & Outdoor Living Show at the Virginia Beach Convention Center.
Friday through Sunday: See Canada’s Royal Winnipeg Ballet, Swan Lake at Chrysler Hall. To learn more about this event and about the opening of the Virginia Arts Festival this weekend, read this AltDaily preview.
Friday through Sunday: See Saint Irene’s, a new play by Manoli Kouremetis at the Zeiders American Dream Theater.
Friday through Sunday: You can still catch A View From The Bridge at the Little Theatre of Virginia Beach.
Saturday and Sunday: Arm yourself to the teeth at the Guns and Knives Show at the Virginia Beach Convention Center.