Big Concerts Coming to Virginia in November

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.


Over at Virginia’s many live music venues:

The National in Richmond will be bringing a number of big name artists throughout the month. The venue will be hosting Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox (Nov. 9), Yonder Mountain String Band (Nov. 18), Walk the Moon (Nov. 21), Keller Williams Thanksforgrassgiving (Nov. 24), Dark Star Orchestra (Nov. 30) and others.

The Broadberry will be hosting acts like Blitzen Trapper (Nov. 4), Kishi Bashi (Nov. 7), MAX (Nov. 10) and a 3-day celebration with J. Roddy Walston and the Business (Nov. 24-26).

Bob Dylan will perform at the Richmond Coliseum on Nov. 10 while Xscape along with Monica and Tamar Braxton will be there on Nov. 22. Over at the Altria Theater, John Prine and the Beach Boys will be performing Nov. 11 and Nov. 12, respectively.

The Beacon Theatre in Hopewell will host LeAnn Rimes on Nov. 8 and Rhonda Vincent on Nov. 11.

In Charlottesville, the Jefferson Theater will hosts artists like Carbon Leaf (Nov. 3), Hackensaw Boys (Nov. 24), Angel Olsen (Nov. 28) and more.

The NorVa in Norfolk will be bringing in Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox (Nov. 8), The Maine (Nov. 11), Bone Thungs-N-Harmony (Nov. 24), X Ambassadors (Nov. 28), Bleachers (Nov. 29), Kip Moore (Nov. 30) and many others.

The legendary Ringo Starr and his All-Star Band will be at Old Dominion University’s Constant Center on Nov. 12.

The Berglund Center in Roanoke will have Alabama performing on Nov. 2 and the Salem Civic Center will host the Justin Moore on Nov. 16.

At Wolf Trap National Park for Performing Arts in Vienna, shows will include Justin Townes Earle (Nov. 15), David Crosby and Friends (Nov. 28 & 29), Loudon Wainwright III (Nov. 30) and more.

Delbert McClinton will play at Alexandria music hall The Birchmere on Nov. 3. Also on the Birchmere’s schedule are Pat McGee Band (Nov. 4), Lyle Lovett and John Hiatt (Nov. 15 & 16) and more.

Todd Rundgren will play at the State Theatre in Falls Church on Nov. 28.


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