Big Concerts Coming to Virginia in November 2019

Big Concerts Coming to Virginia in November 2019

There’s a great amount of music coming to Virginia in November. From major country acts to the biggest names in rock and pop, catch your favorite artists and discover new ones all over the Commonwealth.

NOTE: This is not a complete list of shows and certain schedules may change. Please check with the individual venues for the most up to date details.

 

—Over at Virginia’s Many Live Music Venues—

RICHMOND

The National will be bringing a number of big name artists throughout the month, including:

  • Nov. 11 – Third Eye Blind
  • Nov. 12 – Todrick Hall
  • Nov. 14 – Wynonna & The Big Noise
  • Nov. 15 – Randy Houser
  • Nov. 16 & 17 – The Disco Biscuits
  • Nov. 19 – Jimmy Eat World
  • Nov. 23 – New Found Glory
  • Nov. 29 – Keller Williams Thanksforgrassgiving
  • Nov. 30 – J. Roddy Walston and the Business

At The Broadberry

  • Nov. 7 – Wrinkle Neck Mules
  • Nov. 13 – Wild Nothing
  • Nov. 26 – La Dispute

At the Altria Theater

  • Nov. 3 – Fantasia with special guests Robin Thicke and The Bonfyre
  • Nov. 16 – Old Crow Medicine Show

At the Dominion Energy Center

  • Nov. 19 – Goo Goo Dolls
  • Nov. 30 – Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox presents “A Very Postmodern Christmas”

HOPEWELL

At the Beacon Theatre

  • Nov. 9 – Bill Anderson
  • Nov. 10 – The Drifters
  • Nov. 14 – Los Lobos
  • Nov. 22 – Rhonda Vincent & the Rage

CHARLOTTESVILLE

At the John Paul Jones Arena

  • Nov. 7 – Miranda Lambert
  • Nov. 15 – Ariana Grande

At the Sprint Pavilion

  • Nov. 8 – Wilco

At the Jefferson Theater

  • Nov. 2 – Carbon Leaf
  • Nov. 4 – Blues Traveler
  • Nov. 7 & 8 – Billy Strings
  • Nov. 9 – Kishi Bashi
  • Nov. 16 – Randy Houser
  • Nov. 17 – Eddie From Ohio
  • Nov. 20 – Hiss Golden Messenger

At the Paramount Theater

  • Nov. 22 – Kip Moore

 

LYNCHBURG

At the Historic Academy Theatre

  • Nov. 2 – Steep Canyon Rangers
  • Nov. 11 – Mary Chapin Carpenter & Shawn Colvin
  • Nov. 22 – WNRN presents Dead Air II, a concert spotlighting 23 bands from Central Virginia and their unique versions of Grateful Dead songs. Artists performing include Chamomile and Whiskey, Free Union, The Gladstones, Gold Connections, the Hackensaw Boys, the Judy Chops, Lord Nelson, Saw Black, and many more.

  • Nov. 23 – The Brian Setzer Orchestra’s 16th Annual Christmas Rocks! Tour

 

HAMPTON ROADS

The NorvaAt the NorVa in Norfolk

  • Nov. 1 – Elvis Costello & The Imposters
  • Nov. 6 – Billy Strings
  • Nov. 13 – Blue October
  • Nov. 17 – Dinosaur, Jr.
  • Nov. 20 – Static-X and Devildriver
  • Nov. 25 – PJ Morton
  • Nov. 30 – Manchester Orchestra
  • At the Chrysler Hall in Norfolk
  • Nov. 10 – Patti LaBelle
  • Nov. 27 – Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox presents “A Very Postmodern Christmas”

At the Hampton Coliseum

  • Nov. 8 & 9 – Dead & Company

 

VIRGINIA MOUNTAINS

At the Berglund Center in Roanoke

  • Nov. 2 – John Prine
  • Nov. 12- REO Speedwagon
  • Nov. 16 – Alice Cooper
  • Nov. 29 – Mannheim Steamroller

At the Salem Civic Center in Salem

  • Nov. 5 – Slayer with Primus, Ministry, and Philip H. Anselmo, and The Illegals
  • Nov. 8 – Chris Janson
  • Nov. 13 – Mandolin Orange

At the Harvester Performance Center in Rocky Mount

  • Nov. 1 & 2 – Paul Thorn with the Black Lillies
  • Nov. 8 – Leo Kottke
  • Nov. 9 – Michael Franti & Spearhead
  • Nov. 12 – Old Crow Medicine Show
  • Nov. 14 – Gregory Alan Isakov
  • Nov. 15 – Wynonna & The Big Noise
  • Nov. 23 – Lettuce

 

NORTHERN VIRGINIA

Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts
At Wolf Trap National Park for Performing Arts in Vienna

  • Nov. 9 – Leo Kottke
  • Nov. 14 – Trace Bundy
  • Nov. 15 & 16 – The Silkroad Ensemble
  • Nov. 23 & 24 – Sutton Foster

At The Birchmere in Alexandria

  • Nov. 1 – Delbert McClinton
  • Nov. 4 – Superchunk
  • Nov. 5-7 – The Wailin’ Jennys
  • Nov. 8-10  – Mary Chapin Carpenter & Shawn Colvin
  • Nov. 24 – Herman’s Hermits featuring Peter Noone
  • Nov. 25 – Boney James
  • Nov. 29 – The Seldom Scene & Dry Branch Fire Squad

At the State Theatre in Falls Church

  • Nov. 29 – The Nighthawks

At the Tally Ho Theatre in Leesburg

  • Nov. 14 – Nappy Roots
  • Nov. 16 – Kix
  • Nov. 23 – David Allan Coe

 

For more big names coming to Virginia this month, go to virginia.org/music. At a Virginia concert this month? Share your photos with @VisitVirginia on Twitter and Instagram with the hashtags #vamusic and #vaisformusiclovers.

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