For 26 consecutive years, Chartway Federal Credit Union American Music Festival has been held on the Virginia Beach oceanfront each Labor Day Weekend. New this year, AMF expands to Thursday night and Monday afternoon with free shows at 24th Street Park! AMF is one of the nation’s longest-running and largest annual outdoor oceanfront music events featuring dozens of international recording acts.
More than 60 craft beers from more than 30 breweries will be available for sampling at the Virginia Beach Craft Beer Festival scheduled for Saturday, October 17 and Sunday, October 18 from 2 pm to 6 pm each day. Tickets include unlimited sampling, a commemorative cup and live music. Festival is held under an Octoberfest-style tent ON THE BEACH at 30th Street along the Virginia Beach Oceanfront.
The 11th Annual Virginia Beach FunkFest Beach Party is the hottest family reunion on the East Coast! Bring your best funky styles and your best funky friends to the Virginia Beach oceanfront at 24th Street for funk and disco era bands, great home cooked-style food and create some new memories that remind you of the good old days.
Sandstock – A Tribute To Rock & Roll is a beach-inspired variation on “Woodstock” at the Virginia Beach Oceanfront June 26-28. National and regional tribute artists cover songs from some of the greatest rockers in history. New this year is a 50th Anniversary tribute to the original 1969 Woodstock Music and Art Festival. All Sandstock performances are free and everyone is welcome.
For two days, Virginia Beach celebrates the sights and sounds of the Latin experience. Dominion Energy Latin Fest presented by LaSelecta Radio, Friday-Saturday, June 12-13, 2020, possesses the key ingredients of fresh food, colorful cultural costumes and high-energy national Latin music.
Beach Music Cruise-In blends bands on the beach and hot rods on the boardwalk with dancing under the stars in a jam-packed blast from the past!From Friday May 8th to Sunday May 10th top Beach Music bands from up and down the East Coast descend on the Virginia Beach oceanfront in a nostalgic salute to the “good old days” of cool cars and hot tunes.