If live music and spring markets galore aren’t enough to get you out the door this weekend, take time to enter the magical world of ALBESILA with winding paths, soaring domes, and sensory bliss. You’ll probably find me hiding from the real world in there until they kick me out.
All Weekend Long
Now through Sunday and beyond: See Native Gardens at the Wells Theatre.
Friday and Saturday: Take your kiddos to one of the three shows of Sesame Street Live! Let’s Party at the Ted Constant Convocation Center.
Friday and Saturday: Catch Woke Up in My Clothes Again This Morning at the Zeiders American Dream Theater.
7pm: Grab your tickets to see Zac Brown Band: Down the Rabbit Hole Live at the Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater in Virginia Beach.
7-9pm: Dress your 90s best for the We Love the 90s Cabaret Dinner Theater at 37th and Zen.
8pm: Grab your tickets to see Kristin Chenoweth at Chrysler Hall.
10pm: You need to be 21 or over for this one. Colors Presents: R&B Only at The Norva.
8am-12pm: It must be spring! Head to Riverwalk Landing for the Kickoff to the Yorktown Market Days.
9am-1pm: It is time for the April Pickers Market at Smithfield Vintage Market.
9am-4pm: Shop the Driver Spring Vintage Market in Suffolk.
10am-4pm: Time to party – farmer style. The Farmers Market is turning 43 and you are invited to its Birthday Bash in Virginia Beach.
10:30-11:30am: Stretch your weekend with Weekend Warriors Yoga at MacArthur Center with Bhav Brigade.
10:30-11:30am: On the Peninsula, you can slip into some Namawhiske: Yoga + Drinks at Ironclad Distillery.
11am-5pm: Attend the Smithfield VA Wine & Brew Fest at Windsor Castle Park.
11am-3pm: Step back in time with the Hampton History Museum during the Downtown Hampton Kiwanis FUN HUNT – The Roaring 20s are Back.
11:30am-12:30pm: Put on your walking shoes and take part in the Second Saturday Walking Tour of the ViBe District.
12-2:30pm: Have a crabby weekend at the East Coast She Crab Soup Classic.
12-5pm: Calling all of you vegetarians out there! There will be a Mini VegFest at Sattvic Space Yoga and Healing Studio in Portsmouth.
12-5pm: Grab your kids and head to the Military Aviation Museum for the “biggest free youth event on the East Coast”, Saving Kids Dreams Youth Unplugged 2019.
12-6pm: Head to O’Connor’s to shop the Spring Crafted Indie Arts and Craft Market and taste your way through the Munchie Market.
5-10pm: It is concert time at Smartmouth Beer. See Mikaela Davis, The Heart Stompers, and Deau Eyes.
7-11pm: Head to Toast to see (and hear) Pet Name, Jim Shorts, Shake Your Baby, and Mas Y Mas.
8pm: Party with the Bayside Tigers during Saved by the 90s at the Norva.
8-9:30pm: Need a caper added to your weekend? Get your tickets before they sell out for The Unusual Suspects: An Improvised Murder Mystery Comedy at the Push Comedy Theater.
9-11pm: Hear Storm Large, vocalist at The Granby Theater.
9pm-1:30am: Head to Charlie’s American Cafe for the 90s Alternative Dance Party with 6 Underground.
11am-3pm: Is your turntable tired of the same old record? Are you looking to liven up your collection? Hit the Norfolk Record Swap at Toast.
11am-4pm: Riverview Village Days is back again in Norfolk. Shop this market that usually happens twice a month.
3pm: Grab your tickets to see Jeff Dunham Passively Aggresive Tour at the Ted Constant Convocation Center.
3pm: See Jessica Lang Dance at Chrysler Hall.
7-9pm: Take it bach … take it waaaayyy bach at the Bach Celebration at Christ and Saint Luke’s Episcopal Church in Norfolk.
8pm: Lyrical Lemonade Presents: Northsbest Tour with Lil Mosey and Lil TJAY at The Norva.