Hampton Roads Virginia Events
This article provides information about events that will take place in Hampton Roads, Virginia, during the first week of August. There will be home-grown fruit, vegetables and other fruits and vegetables from farmers and farmers from the region.
V-vendors will offer fresh - picked strawberries, strawberries dipped in chocolate and other fresh fruits and vegetables. On show evening, the Grey Goose offers a delicious evening buffet with a variety of starters, desserts and drinks, as well as live music and live entertainment.
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The Holiday Pops include seasonal songs and traditional Christmas carols, performed in full sound and spectacle. They will have what the public expects, and some additional surprises, and they will include some of the most popular Christmas songs from around the world, as well as some that will get everyone in the holiday mood. Go to Arendelle to meet Santa Claus and his cheerful troupe of merry men and women. Children will be delighted to see Santa Claus, while everyone else will be in the mood for a party.
The Holiday Pops will perform in Arendelle on Saturday, December 23, from 10.30 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Drivers can even set their car radio to a special frequency to listen to holiday music on the go. The public is invited to celebrate the Christmas season with a visit to the Hampton Roads Food and Wine Festival on Saturday 23 December from 10.30 to 16: 00. Adults have the opportunity to support the Foundation by purchasing fresh, locally prepared chicken.
A procession, supported by Fife and Drum, will move from the Palace to Bruton Parish Church and the French Cemetery. A volley is fired to honor soldiers of the American Revolution and Civil War buried nearby. Military personnel from all branches of the armed forces will lay wreaths at the graves of the relatives buried in the cemetery. The Joint Military Color Guard will participate in the ceremony, along with the Hampton Roads Police Department and Virginia State Police. Prayers and wreaths will also be held, and military representatives from each branch of the armed forces, as well as members of local law enforcement and local residents, will lay flowers and other memorials in honor of all members of the armed forces who have found their last resting place in the cemetery.
The procession is accompanied by brass bands, illuminated floats and dance groups. Christmas in the Towne, "will include music from Hampton Roads Police and Virginia State Police, as well as local businesses, churches and organizations.
Va. BOB Fest, "which features a bourbon get-together, along with live music, food, craft beer, beer and wine from local breweries, and live entertainment. Chills "will take place on Saturday, November 25, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Hampton Roads Convention Center in Hampton, Va.
The Vienna Boys "Choir were praised by audiences and critics worldwide for their broad, centuries-long repertoire. The show includes seasonal songs and traditional Christmas carols performed in full sound and spectacle. Renowned entertainers will perform again, and the event will include live music, food, craft beer, beer and wine from local breweries and live entertainment.
Kilmarnock Lighted Christmas Parade is the oldest night-time light parade in Virginia, which has more than 100 years of history behind it. Hampton National Cemetery in Hampton, Virginia is located just a few miles south of Hampton Roads International Airport in the city of Hampton.
Town Point Park has been transformed into a festive outdoor wonderland featuring a Yule Log Bonfire Tower, a Christmas tree, Christmas lights and more. What excites all ages is the synchronous light show, which takes place every evening and includes trees with changing colours and patterns, coordinated lights and a variety of musical performances.
The Christmas Parade in downtown Smithfield features a variety of performances by local musicians, dancers, musicians and performers. Performances include a marching gingerbread man, a ragdoll floating high above the city, and a Christmas tree.
The annual Memorial Day parade has been a tradition in Portsmouth since 1884, honouring Portsmouth's proud military heritage. It is a tribute to the Star Spangled Banner and the military who sacrificed their lives for our history.
The Olde Towne Music Festival showcases some of my favourite traditions on holiday in Portsmouth. Sternsingers stroll down Washington Street and Water Street, and the Older Townes Scottish Walk is modeled after the traditional train of city dwellers wishing happiness and prosperity for the coming year.
An annual production of HURRAH, this joyful festival is guaranteed to put you in the holiday mood. The event, which has been a holiday tradition for 28 years, will be presented by a short program for the Festival of Lights. This dazzling production will surely delight everyone in December, offering a variety of performances by local musicians, dancers, actors, singers, musicians and more.