1. The NorVA, Norfolk
The #1 venue in America according to Rolling Stone Readers’ Choice Poll!
2. Farm Bureau Live, Virginia Beach
The Farm Bureau Live is an amphitheater also known as the Virginia Beach Amphitheater is located perfectly by the sandy beaches of Virginia. The venue boasts a seating capacity of 20,000 thousand, with no area of lawn escaping huge crowds of dancing feet! The venue also has a huge canopy, closer to the main stage for those that want to escape the summer sun.
3. Verizon Center, DC
The Verizon Center is a 20,000 seat arena owned by Monumental Sports & Entertainment located in downtown Washington, D.C.
4. The National, Richmond
The National is a music-lover’s fantasyland and an historic concert venue in downtown Richmond, with a sound system that is bigger, better and clearer than anywhere else.
5. Berglund Center, Roanoke
The Berglund Center is Western Virginia’s premiere full-service facility with a 10,500 seat Coliseum, 2,151 seat Performing Arts Theatre, 14,000 square feet Exhibit Hall, and a new 46,000 square feet Special Events Center.
6. Wolf Trap, Vienna
Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts, known locally in the Washington, D.C. area as simply Wolf Trap, is a performing arts center located on 130 acres of national park land in Fairfax County, Virginia near the town of Vienna.
7. John Paul Jones Arena, Charlottesville
John Paul Jones Arena is Charlottesville’s premier spot for awesome concerts!!
8. Phase 2, Lynchburg
Phase 2 Dining & Entertainment is a full service restaurant, concert venue, banquet and meeting facility featuring a variety of entertainment such as live music, dancing and comedy.
9. The Camel, Richmond
The Camel is a great venue for live music, art and anything that brings Richmond together.
10. Jefferson Center, Roanoke
Jefferson Center is a nonprofit organization that enriches and educates diverse Western Virginia communities by producing high quality performing arts programs, by providing long and short term rental space for community partners and individuals, and by providing educational outreach.
11. The Salem Civic Center, Salem
The Salem Civic Center, the hub of the James E. Taliaferro Sports and Entertainment Complex, became a part of Salem’s landscape October 1967. For more than 40 years the 7,000 seat facility has welcomed a who’s who of entertainment’s brightest stars to its stage.
12. Clementine, Harrisonburg
Clementine provides quality food, live music, creative drinks, art, films and community events in a comfortable urban atmosphere.
13. Sycamore Deli, Blacksburg
With a full schedule of great music, Sycamore Deli is the place to go for good food and music!
14. Court Square Theater, Harrisonburg
Harrisonburg’s downtown art house, featuring: Film, Live Theater, Music, Dance, and Private Rentals.
15. Music & Spirits, Fredericksburg
Experience music in the pioneering spirit of an historic family-owned distillery in Fredericksburg, Virginia. Music & Spirits is a concert series held at A. Smith Bowman Distillery.
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