201 East Brambleton Avenue Norfolk, VA 23510 +1 757 664 6464
The elegant 2500-seat Chrysler Hall hosts a variety of theatrical performances and concerts including the likes of Jerry Seinfeld, the award-winning "Movin' Out," and the Virginia Arts Festival. Opened in 1972, this 2500 seat venue is home to the Virginia Symphony, Norfolk Forum and Broadway at Chrysler Hall. The Hall's beautiful main lobby and two-level grand hall is ideal for special events and receptions.
1000 Coliseum Drive Hampton, VA 23666 +1 757 838 5650
For a great musical experience, visit the Hampton Coliseum. This state-of-the-art coliseum equipped with versatile facilities can accommodate up to 13,800 roaring fans. A real masterpiece, it sprawls over 75 acres of land. It also provides business facilities with conference and meeting rooms. The convenient location in the heart of the city is a landmark in itself and attracts tourists from all over.
3550 Cellar Door Way Cellar Door Companies Virginia Beach, VA 23456 +1 757 368 3000
Aspiring to be one of the best concert venues in America, this place is surely aiming high. The seating arrangement at Verizon Amphitheater is divided into Gold Circle Sections and Regular Reserved Sections. There are special sections catering to the disabled. The Festival Lawn Seating is spread over a gradual slope, resulting in better views of the stage area. You surely won't have difficulty in finding a seat, since there's accommodation for 12,500. Tickets can be arranged for over the phone or through online reservations. Also if you're close to the Amphitheater box office or any of the Ticketmaster Ticket Centers, then it's easy for you to grab some tickets!
317 Monticello Avenue Norfolk, VA 23510 +1 757 627 4547
Originally built in the 1920s and heavily renovated in 1998, the NorVa is a local music venue that can accommodate up to 1500 people. This petite structure has two full bars that also serve food, two mini bars, a lounge and a balcony. The state-of-the-art music system and cool ambiance draws large variety of bands. Seating is first-come, first-served, but don't worry if you get there late - standing room is perfect for dancing!
1000 19th Street Virginia Beach, VA 23451 +1 757 385 2000
Popularly known as the Pavilion Center, this multi-level complex attracts visitors with its unique combination of spacious interiors and premium services. It offers a whopping 516,000 square feet of space, including 150,000 square feet of column-free area. Wireless internet, on-site catering and the latest audio-visual equipment are some of the features of the Virginia Beach Convention Center. Mark your calendar for all the music concerts, exhibitions, conventions, gala dinners and conferences to be held here. And, if you need more information on upcoming events, check the website or call for details.
1010 Church Street Norfolk, VA 23510 +1 757 622 4763
The Attucks Theatre is an honored cultural center, that was especially designed for the African-American community in Downtown, Norfolk in 1919. The venue has since then plumped for the social, cultural and political betterment of the community. The Attucks Theatre hosts several shows and events including music recitals, poetry reading, writing competitions, plays and concerts. It also serves as a niche for meetings, banquets and receptions-rest assured.
1901 Colonial Avenue Norfolk, VA 23451 +1 757 627 6428
If you want some pizza and beer head to Cogan's Pizza. The food is reasonably priced and there are a variety of beers on tap. The service is friendly and fast. The decor is fairly contemporaneity and the restaurant has a relaxed atmosphere.
749 West Princess Anne Road Norfolk, VA 23517 +1 757 625 0400
Created in 1991, Magnolia Steakhouse offers fresh seafood and steaks. The restaurant even has a raw bar where you can pick out your seafood, such as shrimp and oysters. After your meal you can stay for the full bar and pool room. Pair your meal from their wide selections of wine and beer.
1919 Monticello Avenue Norfolk, VA 23517 +1 757 627 4163
Come for the ice cream, stay for even more ice cream. There is a reason Doumar's is a staple at Norfolk, this ice cream parlor hand makes their waffles every day and if you come during the day you can watch them being made. They also have a lot more than just ice cream here, try their barbecue and burgers. This diner feels old fashioned complete with a drive-in parking area where you can order and eat in your car. The prices are from another era, with exceptionally cheap pork barbecue sandwiches, though you might have to eat more than one to feel full. You haven't really been to Norfolk until you've been to Doumar's.
160 E. Virginia Beach Boulevard Norfolk, VA 23510 +1 757 644 6464
The Harrison Opera House is home to the Virginia Opera and was once used as a USO theater in WWII. Featuring over 1,500 seats, the Opera House also features bars in the Lower and Grand Lobbies. The Opera House has staged performances of such opera classics as Rossini's Barber of Seville, Puccini's Tosca and Verdi's Il Trovatore.
The elegant 2500 seat Chrysler Hall hosts a variety of
theatrical performances and concerts including the likes of Jerry Seinfeld, the award winning "Movin' Out," and the Virginia Arts Festival. Opened in 1972, this 2500 seat venue is home ...
Bar Norfolk doesn't have a theme, instead it insists it's
just a bar where you can party the night away. The bar has moderately priced drinks and loud music. They host various events, including College Night on Wednesdays and ...
Granby Theater is a live music venue inside a renovated
1915 movie and vaudeville theater. You can catch local bands and unforgettable performances. There is a dress policy, so dress to impress and don't wear sneakers.