5-9pm: Check out the Midtown Squeeze beer release at Benchtop Brewing.
5-11:30pm: Head to Work Release for PechaKucha Norfolk Volume 3, an arts and entertainment event where speakers present 20 slides and talk about them for 20 seconds each.
6-9pm: You can-can have a magical night at the Chrysler Museum of Art Paris of Toulouse-Lautrec: Opening Party.
7-9pm: Jazz it up at Coelacanth Brewing as they host the Russell Scarborough Trio.
7-11:59pm: Hear Anvil with Scarz Within at RiffHouse Pub in Chesapeake.
7:30pm: Attend Songwriters Live at the Z in Virginia Beach.
8pm: Head to the Funny Bone Comedy Club for The Hodge Twins – No Filter Tour.
8:30-11:30pm: Enjoy the Atlantic trio, Migos at the Ted Constant Convocation Center.
9pm-12am: Catch The Jukebox Romantics, Unit 28, Sin, and Terrain at Norfolk Taphouse.
8:30pm: Enjoy the Trap or Die 3 Tour with Jeezy and Lil Durk at The Norva.
3-10pm: Celebrate the release of the Imperial Vienna Pale Ale at O’Connor Brewing.
6-10pm: Get yur green on and step onto Colley Avenue for Shamrockin’ in Ghent.
8pm and 10pm: Grab a seat for the 3 on 3 Improv Tournament – Eastern Region at the Push Comedy Theater. If you’re more of a western fan, head to the Push at 10pm for the Sweet 16 Western Region version.
9pm-2am: Make your way to Charlie’s for A Deer A Horse, Bantustans, and Last Remaining Pinnacle.
7am-4pm: Middle and High School students will get a kick out of the Tidewater Science and Engineering Fair at the ODU Webb Center.
8am-12pm: Shop for freshness at the Williamsburg Farmers Market.
8am-12pm: Get in the groove for the Great American Clean Up in the ViBe District.
8am-2:30pm: Check out the Great Bridge Fisherman’s Association Fishing Flea Market at the Chesapeake Conference Center.
9-11am: Volunteer at the Paradise Creek Nature Park Service Day.
10am: Enjoy The Dr. Earle Williams Show at the Attucks Theatre.
10am-3pm: Bring les enfants to the Chrysler Museum for fun and activities with Alliance Française Norfolk at Family Day: Springtime in Paris.
12-9pm: Reaver Beach Brewing is releasing their 2nd blend of Reaver’s Prayer.
1-9pm: The title says it all for this Hampton Event: Sea Level Instrument Petting Zoo & Old-time Jam.
2-4pm: Very different than the “wish you were her” postcard from your spouse, the Wish You Were Here event at the Hunter House Victorian Museum is classy and will leave a pleasant taste in your mouth.
2-9pm: Brass Cannon Brewing will host Tartans and Tie Dye to support The American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life.
4-9pm: Get down with the 2nd Saturday’s Bluegrass & OldTime Music Jam in Hampton.
7-10:30pm: There is an upside to hearing the Downside at Oozlefinch.
7-11:55pm: Hear Riot Ten at Shaka’s Live.
8pm- 10pm: Organica by Martie Negri & The Layered Up Invitational Exhibition Opening at Glass Wheel Studio. This event is free & open to the public.
8pm: See K. Michelle at Chrysler Hall.
8pm: You can save the best for last with Vanessa Williams at the Ferguson Center.
8-9:30pm: Grab your tickets early; this show sells out every time! See Who Dunnit? The Improvised Murder Mystery at the Push.
9pm: Laugh the week away at March Radness with Plan B Comedy at the Zeiders American Dream Theater.
9pm: Hear live music from Skip Friel at New River Taphouse.
10-11:30pm: It’s time for Second Saturday Stand-Up at the Push Comedy Theater.
9:30am-12pm: Join in on the most natural competition out there during the Scavenger Hunt at sAndy Bottom Nature Park.
10am-1pm: Enjoy Sun-Days at the Elizabeth River Park in Chesapeake.
12-4pm: Big Ugly goes classical during Bach and Brews with the Coastal Virginia Chamber Music group.
2-3:15pm: Here’s another one for the kiddles, ages 3 and up – see The Emperor’s New Clothes (The Musical) at the Ferguson Center.
2-3:30pm: Go back to school, beer style with O’Connor Brewing during OBC Beer School – Ode to Odis.
3pm: Join the Ferguson Center for the National Symphony Orchestra.
7pm: Have a blast at the Brain Candy Live show with Adam Savage and Michael Stevens at Chrysler Hall.
7:30pm: Don’t miss Green Day at the Ted Constant Convocation Center.
All Weekend Long
Now through Sunday, and beyond: See Venus in Fur, presented by the Virginia Stage Company, at the Wells Theatre.
Friday through Sunday: Show the 13th Annual Virginia RV Show at the Hampton Roads Convention Center.
Friday through Sunday: Grab a ticket to one of the three shows with Josh Blue at the Funny Bone Comedy Club.
Friday through April 2nd: Enjoy Noises Off at the Little Theatre of Norfolk.
Friday through June 18th: Visit the Chrysler Museum as they host prints and posters from The Paris of Toulouse-Lautrec from the Museum of Modern Art.
Saturday and Sunday: Head to Hampton for Build the City: Minecraft Madness.
Saturday and Sunday: Shop the Y’Art Sale that includes community art for sale at D’ART Center.
Saturday through March 17th: Get a glimpse into the lives of dogs being assisted by PETA at the Slover Library Chained Dog Photo Exhibit.
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