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Concerts & Live Music

Appropriately for a drinking establishment, the Kilmarnock Brewhaus opened on St. Patrick’s Day 2018 with seven beers on tap. Read more

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Launched in July 2018, That Damn Mary Brewing Company combines a brewery and taphouse with a restaurant. Read more

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Part coffeehouse, part bistro and part art gallery, the Art of Coffee opened its doors in 2006 serving a full breakfast, lunch, tapas-style seafood dinners on First Friday evenings and three five-course wine pairing dinners every year. Read more

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Willaby’s began in 1987 as a catering company before opening a café in downtown White Stone in 1992, but it wasn’t until they moved to their waterfront location nine years ago that they began presenting music. Read more

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Established in 2014, NN Burger serves up gourmet burgers, salads, sandwiches, milkshakes, craft beer and cocktails in a polished fast casual atmosphere. Read more

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Begun in 2001 as a little country store about a mile outside of the town limits, Something Different has its roots in barbecue. Read more

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It sounds like the set-up for a good joke. What happens when a doctor, an oil company owner, an insurance agent, a counselor, a tech company manager and a church school leader walk into an abandoned convenience store that was once called The Buoy? Read more

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An hour from Williamsburg. Come catch your breath, calm your mind and live your dreams. Read more

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Williamsburg offers opportunities for all ages to play, listen and enjoy live music. Read more

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Throughout the year, theater and music abound on the Northern Neck, thanks to these local groups. Read more

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Williamsburg’s annual outdoor culture festival, An Occasion for the Arts, is a town landmark on a par with the block of Merchants Square it takes over on the first weekend of October. Read more

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William & Mary’s Elizabeth Wiley acts out her Perfect Day in Williamsburg Read more

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This long weekend festival has only grown more popular over the past four years, adding even more intricate and fun events. Read more

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In a joint event between the College of William & Mary and faith community Williamsburg Unitarian Universalists, Deeper than the Skin was an unusual musical experience that invited the community to engage in conversations about race in our time. Read more

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Good Shot Judy paid tribute to the Classic Christmas Crooner Hits. Read more

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The second Funhouse Fest builds on the first one, with attendees commenting that it’s more organized, better produced and has more variety this year. Read more

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When I heard about Funhouse Fest coming to the lawn of the Art Museums of Colonial Williamsburg—I got excited about this creative concept from Bruce Hornsby and the Virginia Arts Festival. Anything we can do to add to the music and arts scene in Will Read more

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The Williamsburg Symphony Orchestra announces its third annual Cabaret & Cocktails Concert on January 28, 2017, at Colonial Williamsburg’s Williamsburg Lodge. Read more

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The four-day Winter Blues Jazz Fest is back and better than ever! It will take place once again January 12-15, 2017, over the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend, primarily in the Merchant's Square area of downtown Williamsburg. Read more

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Photo used courtesy of Jill Ryan.

Scores of people descended upon Jamestown Beach on a beautiful weekend in September for the inaugural Big Bluesy music festival. It was one of the first major events hosted by the new organization Culturefix. Read more

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