5-8:30pm: Grab your ticket to the Taste of Chesapeake 2017 at the Chesapeake Conference Center.
5-10pm: Spend a spectacular evening at the Chrysler Museum of Art during the Opening Night of Multiple Modernisms.
7-8:30pm: What’s funnier than comedy? Comedy set to music! See the Musical Improv 101 Graduation Show at the Push Comedy Theater.
7-8:30pm: Get your spot for the Mark Twain Autumn’s Evening Series at the Hunter House Victorian Museum.
7-11:30pm: Check out True Body, Overlake, The Young Step, and David Dondero at Charlie’s.
7:30-10:30pm: Enjoy Breaking Barriers: Women in Music at the TCC Roper Performing Arts Center.
8pm: Head to the Norva to see Kodak Black.
12-1pm: Hear Skye Zentz at Slover Sounds.
5-8pm: Enjoy the Olde Towne Merchants’ Holiday Open House.
6pm: Don’t miss the Fall Brawl 2017 at 37th & Zen.
6:30-8:30pm: Attend the opening of Boyer + Vitale, Faded by the Sun in Norfolk.
7-10pm: Take part in the Exhibition Opening of ACT TWO at the Glass Wheel Studio.
7:30-9:30pm: Enjoy Green Flash Comedy Night with Plan B Comedy.
8pm: Have a blast at the Dude Ranch and the Girl at the Rock Show with Shark Week featuring members of Audiostrobelight at the Norva.
8-9:30pm: Lasso your laughs during How the West was Improvised: The Made Up Western at the Push Comedy Theater.
9pm-12am: Enjoy DJ AETGY at Back Bay Brewing.
9-10am: Attend Pilates & Pints at Back Bay Brewing.
11am-7pm: Register for the 2nd Annual Fight Like Mike: “The Hunt” with ODU.
12-3pm: See the recreation of the atmosphere of a traditional European Christmas market inside of the Hunter House Victorian Museum.
12-6pm: Shop the Kreations Village Fall Craft Fair at O’Connor’s.
12-9pm: Celebrate the 2nd Birthday of Bold Mariner Brewing.
12-10pm: Check out the Grammy’s Famous Beer Release at Benchtop Brewing.
1-5pm: Enjoy the Oyster & South Festival at Greenbrier Farms.
2:30-3:30pm: Head to the Mariners’ Museum and Park for the Civil War Lecture: CSS Manassas.
3pm: Sign up for the Hampton Roads Take Steps for Crohn’s & Colitis at Mount Trashmore.
4-7pm: Check out the Art of Crizti Walsh at Streats.
6-10pm: Grab your ticket and get dressed up for the Festival of Trees in Smithfield.
6-11pm: Get those chocolate-tasting lips ready for the 3rd Annual Great Hot Coco War.
7pm: Bundle up for the 33rd Annual Grand Illumination Parade in Norfolk.
8pm-1:30am: Make your way to Charlie’s to hear Shake Your Baby, King Slender, Rad Taco, and Bar Parents.
10-11:30pm: Hilarity ensues as the students become the masters at Teacher’s Pet at the Push.
10am-12pm: Get in your Full Strength CrossFit Workout at Smartmouth Beer.
11am-4pm: Shop the Riverview Village Days Open Air / Farmer’s Market.
2-5pm: Did someone decide to put a ring on it? Get a plan for it at the Southern Elegance Bridal Expo at the Founders Inn and Spa.
3pm: Enjoy Ode to Hope at the Sandler Center for the Arts.
4-5:30pm: Check out the Death Café at Commune Norfolk – The Art of Conscious Dying. You can learn more about Death Cafes here.
5-6:30pm: Head to the Sandler Center for the Music and Medicine Lecture and Concert event (open to the public).
All Weekend Long:
Now through Sunday: See why Disney Princesses receive the cold shoulder during Disney on Ice presents Frozen at the Hampton Coliseum.
Now through Sunday and beyond: See “Arsenic and Old Lace” at the Little Theatre of Norfolk.
Friday through Sunday and beyond: See “Side by Side by Sondheim” at the Little Theatre of Virginia Beach.
Friday through Sunday: Run, walk, or crawl during the Norfolk Harbor race.
Friday through Sunday: See Dirty Dancing at Chrysler Hall.
Saturday and Sunday: Shop ‘til you drop at the Chesapeake Holiday Craft Show at the Chesapeake Conference Center.
Saturday and Sunday: Looking for some gently used clothes to warm that winter child? Shop the Fall 2017 Taylor Children’s Consignment Sale.
Saturday and Sunday: Race over to the Virginia Beach Convention center for the 3rd Annual Coastal Virginia Auto Show.
Saturday and beyond: Dickens’ Christmas Towne opens this weekend.