Thrive, Or What You Will at Blackfriars Playhouse

This epic tale about the first woman to circumnavigate the globe is based on a true story.

Held at the Blackfriars Playhouse, 10 S. Market Street, Staunton, VA.

Performance times vary so check website for details.

Twelfth Night at Blackfriars Playhouse

One of Shakespeare’s most joyous rom-coms, full of mistaken identities, romance and adventure!

Held at the Blackfriars Playhouse, 10 S. Market Street, Staunton, VA.

Performance times vary so check website for details.

Every Brilliant Thing at Blackfriars Playhouse

A “heart-wrenching, hilarious” (The Guardian, UK) play about all the things that make life worth living.

Held at the Blackfriars Playhouse, 10 S. Market Street, Staunton, VA.

Performance times vary so check website for details.

Twilight Hikes in Shenandoah National Park

Big Meadows Area (mile 51 on Skyline Drive)

Hike into the “big meadow” at dusk through the changing colors of the mountain sky and, eventually, the early arrival of night skies as you explore the natural world as it settles into evening. The focus of this hike will be looking for animal signs and seasonal plants as you explore the ecosystems of the meadows. Led by Shenandoah Mountain Guides.

Current CDC guidelines will be followed so please be sure to check our website for updates. A blanket, jacket, chair and flashlight are recommended.

  • $25.00 per person
  • Reservations required and full payment due at booking, call 877-847-1919.
  • Hike will take place in all weather conditions excluding thunderstorms. Call 540-999-2222 the day of the event to check on its status.

Twilight Hikes in Shenandoah National Park

Big Meadows Area (mile 51 on Skyline Drive)

Hike into the “big meadow” at dusk through the changing colors of the mountain sky and, eventually, the early arrival of night skies as you explore the natural world as it settles into evening. The focus of this hike will be looking for animal signs and seasonal plants as you explore the ecosystems of the meadows. Led by Shenandoah Mountain Guides.

Current CDC guidelines will be followed so please be sure to check our website for updates. A blanket, jacket, chair and flashlight are recommended.

  • $25.00 per person
  • Reservations required and full payment due at booking, call 877-847-1919.
  • Hike will take place in all weather conditions excluding thunderstorms. Call 540-999-2222 the day of the event to check on its status.

Twilight Hikes in Shenandoah National Park

Big Meadows Area (mile 51 on Skyline Drive)

Hike into the “big meadow” at dusk through the changing colors of the mountain sky and, eventually, the early arrival of night skies as you explore the natural world as it settles into evening. The focus of this hike will be looking for animal signs and seasonal plants as you explore the ecosystems of the meadows. Led by Shenandoah Mountain Guides.

Current CDC guidelines will be followed so please be sure to check our website for updates. A blanket, jacket, chair and flashlight are recommended.

  • $25.00 per person
  • Reservations required and full payment due at booking, call 877-847-1919.
  • Hike will take place in all weather conditions excluding thunderstorms. Call 540-999-2222 the day of the event to check on its status.

Twilight Hikes in Shenandoah National Park

Big Meadows Area (mile 51 on Skyline Drive)

Hike into the “big meadow” at dusk through the changing colors of the mountain sky and, eventually, the early arrival of night skies as you explore the natural world as it settles into evening. The focus of this hike will be looking for animal signs and seasonal plants as you explore the ecosystems of the meadows. Led by Shenandoah Mountain Guides.

Current CDC guidelines will be followed so please be sure to check our website for updates. A blanket, jacket, chair and flashlight are recommended.

  • $25.00 per person
  • Reservations required and full payment due at booking, call 877-847-1919.
  • Hike will take place in all weather conditions excluding thunderstorms. Call 540-999-2222 the day of the event to check on its status.

Twilight Hikes in Shenandoah National Park

Big Meadows Area (mile 51 on Skyline Drive)

Hike into the “big meadow” at dusk through the changing colors of the mountain sky and, eventually, the early arrival of night skies as you explore the natural world as it settles into evening. The focus of this hike will be looking for animal signs and seasonal plants as you explore the ecosystems of the meadows. Led by Shenandoah Mountain Guides.

Current CDC guidelines will be followed so please be sure to check our website for updates. A blanket, jacket, chair and flashlight are recommended.

  • $25.00 per person
  • Reservations required and full payment due at booking, call 877-847-1919.
  • Hike will take place in all weather conditions excluding thunderstorms. Call 540-999-2222 the day of the event to check on its status.

Twilight Hikes in Shenandoah National Park

Big Meadows Area (mile 51 on Skyline Drive)

Hike into the “big meadow” at dusk through the changing colors of the mountain sky and, eventually, the early arrival of night skies as you explore the natural world as it settles into evening. The focus of this hike will be looking for animal signs and seasonal plants as you explore the ecosystems of the meadows. Led by Shenandoah Mountain Guides.

Current CDC guidelines will be followed so please be sure to check our website for updates. A blanket, jacket, chair and flashlight are recommended.

  • $25.00 per person
  • Reservations required and full payment due at booking, call 877-847-1919.
  • Hike will take place in all weather conditions excluding thunderstorms. Call 540-999-2222 the day of the event to check on its status.

Touch of Nashville at Veramar

Break out your cowboy hats and your finest pair of boots because we’re bringing back our Country Music Night at Veramar Vineyard!

We’re celebrating the sweet comforts of the Country Music City in one joyous night! Join us as we enjoy the honky-tonk music stylings of Spencer Hatcher and the Ol’ Son Gang on Saturday, June 25th from 7:30-9:30pm! Spencer Hatcher is a country music artist and is moving up fast. Spencer has over 300,000 followers and millions of views across social media. Spencer is local to the Shenandoah Valley of Virginia and is expanding rapidly. Spencer started the band, taking  his brother Connor on the road with him. They have since added Austin Taylor on drums, keyboard and backup  guitar. Their music is comprised mostly of classic country, current country, and numerous original songs written  and performed by Spencer. The playlist may even include a few popular bluegrass songs as well. Spencer and  Connor’s unique blend of brother harmony is unequaled in the industry. Connor sings high tenor and excels  playing the bass guitar and the upright bass. His own style of double-timing bass runs creates the band’s special  rhythm. Through Spencer’s insight, talent, and leadership, his band has created their own original sound. They have a large following, are well-received in all venues, and are almost always re-booked for additional shows.

The event begins at 6pm and Burnt Ends Food Truck will be onsite starting at 4PM, serving up platter after platter of authentic BBQ. They’ve got various finger lickin’ BBQ options that will be sure to put you in the right mood for the night.

Tickets are $10 for our guests and $8.50 for our Estate Club Members!

Please bring lawn chairs to enjoy the concert. Event will go on, rain or shine. No outside food permitted. Children 12 & under get in for free!

TICKETS ARE NON-REFUNDABLE

Summer Jam 2022 at Massanutten Resort

The hottest summer event of the year is back at Massanutten Resort!

That’s right – Summer Jam 2022 is back on the mountain on Sunday, July 3rd from 5-10 pm!  Featuring live music, kids’ activities, beer & wine, food trucks, and fireworks at 10 PM. All proceeds benefit the Rockingham/Harrisonburg SPCA!

Our list of food vendors includes Big Fat Daddy’s, Bayou Kitchen, K’s Grill, Kona Ice, and Vova’s Kettle Corn!  Beer & wine garden is brought to you by Molson Coors, Blue Ridge Beverage, and CrossKeys Vineyards. White Cat Ha! will feature everyone’s favorites, henna tattoos, face painting, tarot card readings,  seated massages, and more! Celebrating the nation’s birth, don’t miss the flying of our nation’s colors and the National Anthem at 6:40 PM!

Advance tickets are only $15! Purchase tickets online at https://bit.ly/39BTyg2.

Clarke County Summer Concert Featuring Robby Limon

Plan to visit Clarke County this summer for a FREE concert series featuring Robby LimonRobbie brings his love of 1930’s, 40’s, 50’s 60’s & 1970s-era songwriters to each performance as well as the style and nuance of the original artists. The result is an eclectic mix of the of the music of your life that you can sing along to and allow the magic of music let you reminise.

Held at Chet Hobart Park’s Rotary Pavilion, 225 Al Smith Circle in Berryville, VA.

In inclement weather, we will move inside to wait out the weather. Bring your lawn chair or blanket and enjoy an evening of free family friendly entertainment at the park.

Clarke County Summer Concert Featuring “Souled Out”

Plan to visit Clarke County this summer for a FREE concert series featuring Souled Out Band.  Twenty years in the making, Souled Out is seasoned musicians giving you the best music and visual experience around.  From rock and roll to rhythm and blues, Souled Out meets all their fans’ musical desires.

Held at Rose Hill Park, 35 East Main Street in Berryville, VA.

In inclement weather, we will move inside to wait out the weather. Bring your lawn chair or blanket and enjoy an evening of free family friendly entertainment at the park.

Veramar for Veterans!

Come help Veramar Vineyard honor our American Warrior Heroes at our Festival for Memorial Day Weekend!

To celebrate this year’s Memorial Day and to honor our fallen soldiers, we are throwing a wine festival/fundraiser to keep the spirit alive! This festival will include all day entertainment with live music, local food trucks, wine from Veramar Vineyard, Bogati Bodega, and James Charles Winery, crafters, and interactions with American Veterans!

Our gates will open at noon and a memorial ceremony will follow at 12:30. This ceremony will feature an honor guard by the Sons of the American Revolution and a Pipe & Drum demonstration from the City of Winchester Fifes and Drums.

We have a whole day of fun and respect planned and we would be honored if you would join us!

This event is FREE for all who would like to attend! Bring a lawn chair or blanket and friends, and enjoy the day with our award winning wines!

Festival is a Rain or Shine event.

SummerStage No 10 at The Blackburn Inn

Recently inducted to the East Tennessee Writers Hall of Fame, fiery roots-rock singer/songwriter Scott Miller returned to his native Virginia to tend the family farm while continuing to release and perform new music informed by that rural area, history, and Appalachia. The gifted and eclectic solo artist, “combines the emotional honesty and intelligence of a singer/songwriter with the swagger and enthusiasm of a rock & roller… a gifted and eclectic solo artist,” (AllMusic.com). Miller has recently toured with Patty Griffin, Robbie Fulks, Paul Thorn, and American Aquarium.

TICKETS: Starting at $15

SummerStage No 9 at The Blackburn Inn

Blending a variety of musical styles ranging from swing, blues, rock, and soul, this high-energy concert  by The Judy Chops will feature original tunes from their recent album Love Is the Answer which features Southern traditions; from soul to funk to rockabilly, the band jumps from genre to genre on almost every song. The Staunton septet—consisting of William Howard (electric guitar, vocals), Molly Murphy (hollowbody guitar, vocals), Sally Murphy (banjo, vocals), Mike Pressel (trumpet), Rachel Smith (baritone saxophone), Jim Hinkle (bass) and Jess Bergh (drums)—clearly enjoys navigating through all these sonic changes.

TICKETS: Starting at $15

SummerStage No 8 at The Blackburn Inn

Grammy-nominated and 2021 Blues Music Award winning belter and bassist Danielle Nicole, first stepped out on her own in 2015 with her debut album “Wolf Den.” In 2018, Nicole returned with a follow-up release entitled “Cry No More” garnering a 2019 Grammy Nomination for Contemporary Blues Album and two Blues Music Awards for Bassist and Female Contemporary Artist, among others. Known for her “distinctive, inventive bass work,” and drawing vocal comparisons to Susan Tedeschi, Bonnie Raitt and Etta James, Nicole makes her SummerStage debut with guitarist Brandon Miller and drummer Go-Go Ray.

TICKETS: Starting at $15

SummerStage No 7 at The Blackburn Inn

Progressive “new-grass” pioneers The Arcadian Wild bring their tight harmonies and incredible pickin to SummerStage. Led by songwriters Isaac Horn (guitar) and Lincoln Mick (mandolin), and with the support of Erik Coveney on bass and Bailey Warren on fiddle, The Arcadian Wild confidently inhabits and explores an intersection of genre, blending the traditional with the contemporary to create a unique acoustic sound that is simultaneously unified and diverse. With one foot planted firmly in choral and formal vocal music, and the other in progressive folk and bluegrass, the band offers up songs of invitation: calls to come and see, to find refuge and rest, or to journey and wonder.

TICKETS: Starting at $15

SummerStage No 6 at The Blackburn Inn

On the heels of his #1 Billboard Blues Chart hit song “We Can Always Come Back to This” which was featured on NBC’s beloved “This Is Us,” Chris Pierce has gained national prominence for his songwriting. His voice and music have been heard in film and television shows including and has made guest appearances on a wide range of album recordings as a vocalist, harmonicist and guitarist. The singer, song-writer, and multi-instrumentalist will make his SummerStage debut performing songs from his latest album, “American Silence,” which Rolling Stone describes as “the sound of everyone who’s hungry for change, steadying themselves and marching toward a common goal.”

TICKETS: Starting at $15

SummerStage No 5 at The Blackburn Inn

Pioneering folk musicians David Wax and Suz Slezak are the plucky husband-wife duo behind the eclectic, exuberant “Mexo-Americana” band David Wax Museum. The “infectious” (NPR Music) Charlottesville based band known for their shapeshifting personality that defies all genres, has made their national TV debut on CBS This Morning: Saturday and has been featured on NPR’s World Café on three separate occasions. Releasing four records during quarantine, all which chart new musical territory as the band experimented with DIY home recording while waiting to return to the stage.

TICKETS: Starting at $15

SummerStage No 4 at The Blackburn Inn

As one of North Carolina’s most beloved roots music outfits, the husband-and-wife duo of Sarah and Austin McCombie have quickly climbed the charts with their song “Oxen” which was named one of the “Top Folk Songs of 2020″ by Paste Magazine. Performing on clawhammer-style banjo and guitar, Chatham Rabbits’ inspired blend of country, folk, and bluegrass has a warm and universal feel drawing audiences and critics, like Garden & Gun Magazine, American Songwriter, and No Depression, a roots music journal.

TICKETS: Starting at $15

SummerStage No 3 at The Blackburn Inn

Since its inception in late 2012, Washington DC-based band Everyday Everybody, formerly Aztec Sun, has hypnotized the ears and feet of the District’s live music aficionados. Their energetic performances feature an upbeat and retro groove steeped in 70’s Funk and Soul, Jazz, Afro-funk, and Motown- era pop which has earned the group “Best Local Original Band” by the Washington City Paper. This dynamic band has shared the stage with international and national touring acts such as Burning Spear, The Suffers, Pimps of Joytime, Naughty Professor, The Main Squeeze, and many more.

TICKETS: Starting at $15

SummerStage No 3 at The Blackburn Inn

Since its inception in late 2012, Washington DC-based band Everyday Everybody, formerly Aztec Sun, has hypnotized the ears and feet of the District’s live music aficionados. Their energetic performances feature an upbeat and retro groove steeped in 70’s Funk and Soul, Jazz, Afro-funk, and Motown- era pop which has earned the group “Best Local Original Band” by the Washington City Paper. This dynamic band has shared the stage with international and national touring acts such as Burning Spear, The Suffers, Pimps of Joytime, Naughty Professor, The Main Squeeze, and many more.

TICKETS: Starting at $15

SummerStage No 2 at The Blackburn Inn

Banjo master John McEuen has had a long and varied career spanning over 60 years.  A founder of the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band known for the iconic album “Let the Circle Be Unbroken.” The multi-instrumentalist brings his musical brilliance and legendary jam sessions to SummerStage, performing traditional folk songs and favorites from his Nitty Gritty Dirt Band days, sharing the stories behind them.

TICKETS: Starting at $15

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