2pm and 6pm: Catch one of the shows of Daniel Tiger’s Neighborhood Live at Chrysler Hall.
5:30-7:30pm: Attend the reception for the opening of It’s Alive: A Creature Collaboration from the d’Art Community at D’ART Center.
6-9pm: Head to the Sandler Center for Out of the Box: Lewis McGehee. This event is free and open to the public.
5-10pm: Make your way to Bearded Bird Brewing for the release of Couple of Joes, a collaboration with Home Republic.
7-8:45pm: Cop a squat at 37th and Zen for the Cabaret Dinner Theater.
7-9pm: Check out the opening reception of Flux: Works by Colleen Toledano at the ODU Baron and Ellin Gordon Art Galleries.
8pm: Dnjoy music from The Trichomes at Back Bay Brewing.
8pm: Head to Charlie’s to see the Punk Rock Show featuring Alliteration, Boxford, and more.
8-9:30pm: Don’t miss Girl-Prov Presents: Here Kitty Kitty at the Push.
11am-12pm: Bring a mat, take home a book during Yoga at Slover.
12-10pm: Stop into Coelacanth for the release of 757 Amber Ale.
3pm: Take the kids with you to see the Lollipop Concert: Prokoviev’s Peter and the Wolf presented by Symphonicity at the Sandler Center.
8pm: Head to the Attucks Theatre to see The Dramatics.
8-9:30pm: Grab tickets while you can as this event sells out each month. Join the Push Comedy Theater for Who Dunnit? The Improvised Murder Mystery.
8pm-12am: Head to Charlie’s to support the Norfolk SPCA during Woofstock II. $10 gets you in the door to see the fantastic The Fuzz Band and the money helps dogs and cats in the area. Want to see why I am excited about this event?
10-11:30pm: Enjoy Second Saturday Stand-up at the Push .
11am: Getting married? Want to look at all of the people making a bad decision? Check out the Uniquely Yours Bridal Showcase at the Scope.
11am-12pm: Raise a glass, and move your ass during Vino Vinyasa at Mermaid Winery.
7-8:30pm: Head to the Push and enjoy Good Talk: The Brad McMurran Show.
7-11:30pm: Finish your weekend at Charlie’s with Brook Pridemore, The Janks, and Tornado Bait.
All Weekend Long
Friday and Saturday: There’s a new way to move Norfolk from the 2nd drunkest city to the first! Celebrate the Grand Opening of Dead Reckoning Distillery.
Friday through Sunday, and beyond: See Jack Goes Boating at the Generic Theater at Chrysler Hall.
Friday through Sunday: Enjoy the Hampton Roads International Auto Show at the Virginia Beach Convention Center.
Sunday and beyond: Sunday starts Restaurant Week in Downtown Norfolk!
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