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Abingdon - Aug. 15 - Sept. 6 - Ring of Fire: The Music of Johnny Cash - It’s a journey through the life of Johnny Cash, as told by his music. A multi-talented cast performs his best-known hits, like “I Walk the Line,” “Ring of Fire,” “Folsom Prison Blues” or “Will the Circle Be Unbroken” at the Barter Theatre.
Moneta - Sept.5-7 - Franklin County Civil War Days - Step back in time to explore history, camp life, battles and more at the third annual Franklin County Civil War Days at Lakewatch Plantation in Moneta.
Abingdon - Sept. 8-14 - Washington County Fair - The Fair hosts a variety of family events and fun activities.
Rocky Mount - Sept. 10-13 - The Franklin County Agricultural Fair - The family-friendly event will include midway rides provided by Brinkley Entertainment, Inc., a livestock show, student SkillsUSA competitions, live entertainment, food and merchandise vendors, and much more.
Floyd - Sept. 13 - Black Dog Music Festivals presents Wine and BBQ Festival - Chateau Morrisette's Black Dog Wine and BBQ Festival featuring Mountain Heart and TheGreencards, is a Kansas City BBQ Association sanctioned competition.
Stuart - Sept. 16-20 - Patrick County Agricultural Fair - Great entertainment nightly, Miss Patrick County Fair Beauty Pageant, Sprint Car Races, Tractor Pull, Demolition Derby, agricultural exhibits and livestock and more!
Foster Falls - Sept. 20 - New River Trail Challenge Triathlon has a 40-mile bike leg, 12-mile kayak leg and 13.1 mile run. Take part as an individual or as a team.
Hardy - Sept. 20 - Harvest Time of 1864 - Booker T. Washington National Monument will offer a dynamic educational and fun family event for visitors of all ages that portrays life on a mid-19th century small slave holding tobacco plantation during the late summer “harvest time.”
Bristol - Sept. 19-21 - Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion - Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion is an infectious, three-day music experience, bursting with creative passion, electricity, and soul--a celebration of Bristol's heritage as the Birthplace of Country Music.
Abingdon - Sept. 22-24 - Overmountain Victory Trail Celebration- "Call To Arms" - Abingdon to observe the anniversary of the Overmountain Victory March at the Call to Arms-Overmountain Victory Celebration. The event to be held on the same grounds where the citizen soldiers mustered over two centuries ago
Abingdon - Sept. 25-28 - The Crooked Road Music Festival - Abingdon will be filled with the sounds of rich history and musical heritage of Southwest Virginia. The event will begin with a Thursday Night Jam at Heartwood Artisan Center, Friday night Youth Concert, Crooked Road Music Festival on Saturday and the Sunday Gospel Brunch.
Chilhowie - Sept. 26-28 - Chilhowie Apple Festival - Activities include a parade on Saturday, September 27 at 10am, food vendors selling regional delicacies, arts & crafts, a marching band competition, a pet show, a beauty pageant and live musical entertainment.
Mouth of Wilson - Sept. 27-28 - Grayson Highlands Fall Harvest Festival - Virginia's traditional mountain culture comes alive during this two-day festival. The air fills with bluegrass and old-time music as well as the sweet aroma of barbecued chicken and sorghum molasses. Enjoy the crafts fair and numerous demonstrations of pioneer living.
Woodbridge - Sept. 6-7 - War World II Weekend - Admiral Black the last owner of Rippon Lodge was a WWII veteran and survivor of Pearl Harbor. Learn about daily life of soldiers in the European and Pacific Theatres. World War II living historians will portray Axis and Allied soldiers.
Fredericksburg - Sept. 12-14 - Stafford County Agricultural Fair & Hartwood Days Festival will offer Families and Youth of ALL ages many opportunities to have fun and learn something new (or maybe something old).
The Plains - Sept. 13-14 - Virginia Wine Festival - Virginia Wine Festival is the oldest wine festival on the East Coast. Each year, the festival features 50 of VA's best wineries, craft exhibitors, seminars, and incredible music.
Manassas - Sept. 13 - Bands, Brews and Barbecue - Enjoy some of Virginia’s finest barbecue, our expanded inventory of beers and listen to everything from classic rock to blues.
Culpeper - Sept. 19 - Culpeper Fiesta - Come and enjoy an evening celebrating Culpeper's Latino culture. Sample foods, discover new friends, and dance the night away at this FREE family event promoting Latino cultural awareness and fun.
Herndon - Sept. 20 - Paint Herndon Celebration - Our annual celebration of the arts in Herndon includes a painting competition, tractor display, scarecrow making, and other fun activities all day long.
Reston - Sept. 20 - Beer, Bourbon & BBQ - Join us at the festival for a great day of beer sippin', bourbon tastin', music listenin', cigar smokin', and barbeque eatin'.
Mount Vernon - Sept. 20-21 - Colonial Market & Fair at Mount Vernon - Mount Vernon re-creates a lively early-American marketplace with demonstrations, crafts and two stages of entertainment! Free boats cruises take place this weekend only.
Fredericksburg - Sept. 20-21 - Fredericksburg Area Oktoberfest - Fredericksburg Area Oktoberfest at the local brewery with authentic German Beir, foods and entertainment. No cover charge, join us under the big tent!
Martinsville - Sept. 5 - Harvest Moon Run - Harvest Moon is 10K run sponsored by Activate MHC followed by the after party TGIF event sponsored by MURA.
Halifax - Sept. 13 - Wild Blue River Festival celebrates the river, lake, and all things outdoors in the Town of Halifax, VA. The festival kicks off with the opening celebration of the new Banister River kayak/canoe put in.
Bassett - Sept. 13 - Bassett Heritage Festival - Historic exhibits can be seen in the old Train depot. Displays include Native-American artifacts, photography, historic displays and more. The Stanleytown Ruritan Club also participates with a Pancake Breakfast. There is a Classic Car Show, lots of music, free rides for children sponsored by Bassett Industries and a parade at 2pm.
Ringgold - Sept. 19-27 - Danville-Pittsylvania County Fair - The fair returns to the Danville-Pittsylvania County Fairgrounds!
Alton - Sept. 26-28 - Heacock Classic Gold Cup Historic Races presented by SVRA - SVRA will again close its East Coast season at the beautiful 3.27 mile VIR circuit. The final Sprint and Endurance races for the East Coast championships will take place on Friday and Saturday.
South Boston - Sept. 27 - South Boston Harvest Festival - South Boston Harvest Festival, fun for the entire family. An outdoor festival held in the streets of Historic Downtown South Boston, VA.
South Hill - Sept. 27 - South Hill Wine Festival - South Hill Wine Fest Featuring wineries from all over the area. Also artists, food, music, and more.
South Boston - Sept. 30 - Oct. 4 - Halifax County Fair is an annual tradition that began 104 years ago on lower Main Street in South Boston VA and has grown to be a cornerstone fall event that continues to unite us as a community through agriculture, rides, food and music.
Lancaster - Sept. 5 - Bay Seafood Festival - Guests enjoy oysters, soft-shelled crabs, crab cakes, scallops, steamed shrimp, fish, fried shrimp, clam chowder, pork barbecue, french-fried sweet potatoes, hush puppies ... the list goes on! Adults only.
Gloucester - Sept. 18-21 - Bluegrass by the Bay Festival - Old time Bluegrass festival featuring: East Coast Bluegrass Band Competition. On stage: James King, Code Blue, Mill Run, Bluegrass Brothers, HWY 249, Dark Hollow, Hard Knox, Old Dogs New Tricks and Willis River.
Stratford - Sept. 20-21 - Stratford Hall Wine and Oyster Festival - Stratford Hall Wine Festival features food, live music, arts and crafts vendors, Virginia wines and oysters!
Hayes - Sept. 26-27 - The Guinea Jubilee is a two day event that annually attracts thousands of people to celebrate and honor the way of life in the Guinea Neck. The Jubilee features cultural activities, arts and crafts exhibits, delicious seafood, and a fireworks show to end the event.
Topping - Sept. 27 - Wings, Wheels & Keels is an annual family event located at Hummel Airfield in Topping, Virginia. Bring your friends and family out to enjoy the automobiles, aircrafts, boats, food and craft vendors, and prizes !
Tazewell - Sept. 6 - Bottoms Up Beer, Wine, & Shine Festival - Plum Creek Winery is conducting the first annual Wine Festival for Tazewell County! The event will include food, wine beer, moonshine, great entertainment, a silent auction, and more as time permits. Some of the participants include Moutain Rose Vineyard, Vincent's Vineyard, Coltsfoot Winery, Damascus Brewery, and Virginia Sweetwater Distillery.
Bluefield - Sept. 13- Bluefield Autumn Jamboree - Vendors set up with crafts, food, and fun. Music ,events and rides for big and small, a Classic Car Show, 5K Deer Walk/Run are just a few of the activities that day.
Norton - Sept. 13- Dock Boggs Memorial Festival - Held annually the second Saturday in September, this festival honors the lives of two local extraordinary musicians –banjoist Moran Lea "Dock" Boggs and ballad singer and songwriter Kate O’Neill Peters Sturgill. The festival offers well-known local, regional, and nationally-known traditional musicians and dancers, as well as handmade mountain arts and crafts and home-cooked mountain foods.
Gate City - Sept. 13 - Grillin at the Gate - The event will feature live music from rock to bluegrass, so there’s a musical style for everyone to enjoy! Besides the BBQ, there will be various food vendors set up as well, so if BBQ isn’t your thing, we’ve got you covered!
Cedar Bluff - Sept. 20 - Cedar Bluff Heritage Festival - A small and charming historical town that is one of the oldest on the Clinch. There's vendors, exhibitors, entertainment and more. You will find a little bit of something for everyone's enjoyment.
Big Stone Gap - Sept. 26-27 - Big Stone Celtic Annual Celebration - One of the only Pan-Celtic festivals in the US! Food, music, dance, demonstrations, and much more.
St. Paul - Sept. 27 - The Clinch River Mandolin Festival Competition includes an evening open-air concert by the band Grasstowne, with mandolinist Alan Bibey, plus festival foods/vendors; a mandolin player workshop (for a fee -- limited numbers); and unplanned jams. The bluegrass/old timey mandolin contest will be during the day and Mr. Bibey will be a judge.
Burke's Garden - Sept. 27 -
Burke's Garden Fall Festival
- Come and celebrate our agricultural heritage and high quality products such as homemade food , home-grown produce, handmade crafts and hands-on farm demonstrations in the beautiful valley of Burke's Garden. This festival will appeal to anyone who appreciates farm living and all it has to offer.
Dantes - Sept. 27 - Apple Butter Stir Off - Music, food, fellowship and fun in the mountains. Visit the Dante Coal Miner and Railroad Museum, take a hike, visit with friends. That's what an good old-fashioned apple butter stir-off is all about... and don't forget a jar or two of the best apple butter around!
Arrington - Sept. 4-7 - Lockn' Music Festival at Oak Ridge Estate - Lockn' Music Festival at Oak Ridge Estate in Nelson County Virginia. A four day music festival, with an emphasis on world class music, locally sourced food and sustainability.
Dinwiddie - Sept. 5-7 - Dinwiddie County Fair - Patrons can expect a midway with over 20 amusement rides, fireworks display (Friday & Saturday), multiple food vendors, 4-H & Extension exhibits, pig racing, petting zoo, camel rides, first bite fishing, wrestling, live music, and much more!
Richmond - Sept. 6 - Federated Auto Parts 400 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Race -Witness the drama unfold Saturday, September 6 as drivers battle for points and the all-important win that could vault them into The Chase, NASCAR’s version of the playoffs!
Orange - Sept. 6 - The Orange Street Festival is always a popular event for visitors and locals. Food vendors, arts and crafts booths, and information kiosks line Main Street and Short Street for 8 hours of entertainment for the entire family, including a beverage garden and live music all day.
Richmond - Sept. 12 - Wine & Beer Classic at Maymont - Enjoy live music by Jubeus while sampling some of Virginia's finest beverages. Plus play cornhole and other games for a chance to win cool prizes.
Brookneal - Sept. 13 - Annual Shrimp & Wine Fest - Local Food, Virginia Farm Wineries & Craft Beer It's The 5th Annual Sans Soucy Vineyards Shrimp & Wine Festival! Music by: Deanie Blues, Fire Cracker Jam.
Midlothian - Sept. 13 - Chesterfield Chamber Craft Beer Festival - Craft beer festival at Westchester Commons featuring over 20 of Virginia's finest Craft Breweries!
Courtland - Sept. 13 - Heritage Day - See Heritage Crafters making butter, hominy, molasses, cracklin's, soap, baskets. Watch 1880s printing press, 1920s sawmill, corn gristmill in action. Sample/buy fresh cornmeal. Sheep shearing, petting zoo and so much more.
Richmond - Sept. 14 - Shockoe-on-the-Half Shell Festival - Sample oysters steamed, roasted, fried, on the half shell, and other oyster dishes from some of Richmond’s most-loved restaurants and food trucks. Enjoy live music, an expanded craft & produce market, wine & beer selections, and more.
Farmville - Sept. 16-20 - Five County Fair - The Five County Fair is host to Appomattox, Buckingham, Charlotte, Cumberland, and Prince Edward Counties. Come enjoy games, food, beauty pageants,professional wrestling, and more!
Richmond - Sept. 19-21 - St. Benedict Oktoberfest will be celebrating its 10th year in 2014! This event has grown to become one one of the largest Oktoberfest events in Virginia! In the true Oktoberfest spirit, over 50 craft and German beers will be offered at this year's Oktoberfest! German and Austrian wine will also be offered, in addition to authentic German food and desserts!
Roseland - Sept. 19-21 - Blue Ridge Cycling Festival at Devils Backbone Brewing Company is a unique event combining off road and on road cycling. Then it is party time with lots of food, drinks, family time, and live music.
Lynchburg - Sept. 20 - Lynchburg Beer and Wine Festival - The Lynchburg Beer & Wine Festival will feature over 20 of the areas finest wineries and breweries, local vendors and live music throughout the day.
Montpelier Station - Sept. 20 - Taste of Freedom Wine Festival - Join us at James Madison's Montpelier for our Taste of Freedom Wine Festival. We will have wineries, cider houses and breweries participating (all from Virginia), as well as regional artisans and crafters. The festival is held in conjunction with Montpelier's Constitution Day Celebration.
Altavista - Sept. 20 - Annual Harvest Jubilee and Wine Festival - Avoca Museum will hold its 15th annual Harvest Jubilee and Wine Festival with wines from seven area wineries: Sans Soucy Vineyards, Gabriele Rausse Winery, Peaks of Otter Winery, Rebec Vineyards, Tomahawk Mill Winery, Altillo Vineyards and Democracy Vineyards, and feature live music from The Steve Freeman Band and The Deanie Blues Band.
Charlottesville - Sept. 21 - Midtown Street Fair - Participants will enjoy tunes from local musicians, a Midtown restaurant Cook-Off, as well as artisan and food booths. Community and city organizations will have the opportunity to interact with the general public through informational booths, and we will have games that benefit both the Midtown Business Association, and this year’s chosen charitable group.
Richmond - Sept. 26-30 - Sesquicentennial Commemoration of the 1864 Battles of Fort Harrison and New Market Heights - Richmond National Battlefield Park and its partners will commemorate the 150th anniversary of the Civil War battles of Fort Harrison and New Market Heights. Events will take place at the park’s Fort Harrison unit.
Petersburg - Sept. 27 - Festival of Grapes and Hops - Festival of Grapes and Hops - Gather your friends and bring them to charming Old Towne Petersburg for a day of sipping, swirling and fun.
Moneta - Sept. 27-28 - Smith Mountain Lake Wine Festival is the perfect event for aficionados of wine as well as fans of outdoor concerts and craft festivals.
Lovingston - Sept. 27-28 - Apple Harvest & Apple Butter Festival at Drumheller's Orchard - Featuring apples, apple butter, cider,honey, country hams, pumpkins and baskets.Food available for purchase, apple sling shot, arts and crafts, bouncy houses, hayrides and corn maze.
Richmond - Sept. 27-28 - Richmond Italian Festival - Enjoy the fun, entertainment and especially the FOOD at the 10th Annual Richmond Italian Festival. Genuine Italian cuisine from our favorite local restaurants, Italian wines and beer. Lively music and entertainment for all ages and tastes.
Doswell - Sept. 26 - Oct. 5 - State Fair of Virginia - An annual tradition continues at Meadow Event Park! There will be rides and attractions, animals, including those that will be born right before or during the fair at the Birthing Center, exhibits, competitions, for starters! There will also be nightly concerts that are free with fair admission.
Beaverdam - Sept. 28 - Beast Feast - Open fire cooking. In the shadow of Scotchtown. With a stellar selection of Richmond’s chefs and mixologists. On their day off. Local meats and veggies…and brews and wine. It’s going to be a thing.
Grottoes - Sept. 4-6 - Grottoes Bluegrass Festival - Grand Caverns Bluegrass in the Park Festival sponsored by the Shenandoah Valley Shriners. Many bluegrass bands will play this three day event.
Lexington - Sept. 6 - Rockbridge Beer & Wine Festival - Join us for a day of wine and craft beer tasting, food and great music! Sample some of our local breweries and VA wines at the picturesque Virginia Horse Center.
Lexington - Sept. 11-14 - Thunder in the Valley - Cavalry Ride & Reenactment of McClausland’s Resistance and Hunter’s 1864 Virginia Raid.
Staunton - Sept. 13 - PAC 'n the Streets: A Nostalgic, Family Friendly Street Fair - PAC 'n the Streets, a free nostalgic, family-friendly street fair, will return to Downtown Staunton offering live entertainment, children's activities, vendors, street performers, wine/beer tastings.
Waynesboro - Sept. 13 - Virginia Chili, Blues n' Brews - Chili cook-off, Brews, Blues Music by Fatty Lumpkin & The Love Hogs featuring Ron Holloway of the Warren Haynes Band, and blues legend Johnny Winter!
Roanoke - Sept. 19-21 - Roanoke Greek Festival - Come join the thousands of participants who visit this joyous cultural festival each fall. We look forward to sharing our food, music and our joy for life with you. FOOD, FUN AND DANCE!
Edinburg - Sept. 19 -21 - Ole Time Festival - This granddaddy of the County Festivals is a fun-filled family weekend and people keep coming back year after year. In commemoration of the 150th Anniversary of General Sheridan's attempted burning of the Edinburg Mill, the historic mill will be open for tours.
Luray - Sept. 20 - Vintner Dinner in Shenandoah National Park - Vintner Dinner in Shenandoah National Park. Shenandoah Seasonings culinary event includes Champagne Welcome, 4-course dinner with wine pairings, lodging, and breakfast.
Harrisonburg - Sept. 20 - Rocktown Fall Beer Festival features as always a great selection of serious craft beer and a stellar musical lineup.
Buena Vista - Sept. 25-27- Nothin' Fancy Bluegrass Festival - Bluegrass concert with local and nationally known blue grass bands, including Rhonda Vincent, Lonesome Will Mullins, The Bluegrass Mountaineers, Joe Mullins & The Radio Ramblers, James King, Larry Stephenson Band, The Bluegrass Brothers, Reno & Harrell, Bill Yates, Jr. Sisk & Ramblers Choice, Remington Ryde — not to mention your host band Nothin' Fancy!
Front Royal - Sept. 27 - Brew & Blues Festival - Join us in downtown Front Royal for a day of fun, live entertainment and of course, beer tasting from approximately 20+ varieties.
Harrisonburg - Sept. 27 - Harrisonburg International Festival - The festival features international foods, music, and dance, activities for all ages, a multi-language area, and a World Bazaar featuring traditional folk art.
Hampton - Sept 5-7 - Annual Hampton Bay Days Festival - Celebrating its 32nd year, this annual festival is a combination of free entertainment on multiple stages, a Bay Education area with a children's area and the exciting Tidewater Dock Dogs, dozens of Arts and Crafts booths, 20+ food vendors, retail vendors and one of the best fireworks displays in the area.
Norfolk - Sept. 5 - Bubbles & Bluejeans - This one is for the ladies! Sip on flutes of champagne, enjoy acoustic music and check out the latest fashions on the Downtown Norfolk Waterfront.
Virginia Beach - Sept. 6-7 - Blues at the Beach - Celebrating one of the most cherished musical genres of all time, Blues at the Beach features two days of free concerts on an outdoor stage.
Virginia Beach - Sept. 6-7 - Neptune's Fall Wine Festival - Join your friends by the oceanfront for an afternoon hosted by Virginia's leading vineyards. Sip and savor chardonnays, merlots, rieslings and more while you meet and greet the fascinating people who are forging Virginia's reputation for quality wines.
Hampton - Saturdays in Sept. - Racing at Langley Speedway - Nearly every Saturday, satisfy your need for speed at this historic NASCAR home track. The only weekly racing series in Hampton Roads. Late model, Grand Stocks, Modifieds, Legends, Super Trucks, U-Cars, Super Street, Pro Wing Champ, Karts, Enduros, and Pro 6 racing.
Virginia Beach - Sept. 7 - Artisans In The Park - Artisans In The Park An outdoor arts and crafts festival featuring artisans selling original works of art and fine crafts; now in its 38th year!
Norfolk - Sept. 7 - Annual Mid Autumn Moon Festival celebrates a tradition dating back thousands of years in many Asian countries honoring a good harvest, youth, families, and community!
Windsor - Sept. 11-14 - Isle of Wight County Fair - Fairgoers will experience national entertainers on the main stage and plenty of regional and local acts as well. Plus popular events such as the exciting mid-way rides, ATV Challenge, Tractor Pull, sanctioned lawn mower races, agricultural competitions, craft demonstrations, and of course, everybody’s favorite…fair food!
Suffolk - Sept. 13 - Taste of Suffolk: A Downtown Street Festival - This annual street festival tradition will span Main Street from Finney Avenue to Washington Street. Enjoy specialty food items from local restaurants all over Suffolk and see all the goods and services the merchandise vendors have to offer. Taste of Suffolk has something for the whole family with our children's area and live bands.
Chesapeake - Sept. 19 - "55 and Better" Pig Pickin' - Annual "55 and Better" Pig Pickin' co-sponsored by the Chesapeake Sheriff's Office BBQ Pork and All of the Fixin's, Live Music, and Fun!
Newport News - Sept. 20 - Virginia Brazilian Festival - Authentic Brazilian musical entertainment, samba and other native dances as well as children’s activities. Celebrate and share the heritage of the Brazilian culture, food and people!
Dendron - Sept. 20-21 - Nottoway Tribal PowWow - The Nottoway, along with indigenous people of other tribal groups, present Native dance, drumming, food, arts, crafts and jewelry. Bring blankets or lawn chairs for a fun-filled day of culture and activities.
Williamsburg - Sept. 27 - Annual Virginia Oyster, Wine & Beer Tasting - Outdoors, on the front lawn at Berret's, under a tent, our 4th Annual Virginia Oyster/Wine/Beer Tasting. Also, oyster shucking demonstrations, oyster tasting lessons, oyster shell recycling, music, and more!
Providence Forge - Sept. 27 -Chickahominy Pow-Wow/Fall Festival - Native Americans from throughout the country will join the Chickahominy Indian Tribe as they celebrate their annual Fall Festival/Pow-Wow on the Chickahominy Tribal Grounds. Featuring Native American dancers, drummers, singers & crafters, traditional crafts and skills demonstrators, flute music, historical information displays and food.
Smithfield - Sept. 27 - Genuine Bacon, Bourbon & Beach Music Fest - Fest is last Saturday in September and features Bourbon & VA Brew tastings, Lots of Big Bacon, other food selections, wine & live entertainment.
Virginia Beach - Sept. 26-28 - Neptune Festival Boardwalk Weekend - A boisterous and beloved send-off to summer, the Neptune Festival offers everything from a wine tasting and world-class sandcastle competition to numerous athletic competitions, an open-air art show along the Boardwalk, an air show and the famous Neptune Parade.
Onancock - Sept. 12-13 - Festival of the Arts at Ker Place - Celebrate the arts in historic style with the Eastern Shore Artisans Guild and the Eastern Shore Art League at Ker Place. Over 60 juried exhibitors in hand-crafted items, fine art and photography will be present for you to peruse. Artist demonstrations will be held throughout the day.
Chincoteague Island - Sept. 27 - Chili Chowder Cookoff - The Annual Chili Chowder Cook Off provides great food and entertainment down by the water of Chincoteague Bay.
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