There’s lots of new music coming to Virginia in February 2018. From major country acts to the biggest names in rock and pop, celebrate the season with 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 K. Michelle (Feb. 15), PVRIS (Feb. 16), Railroad Earth (Feb. 22), and others.
The Broadberry will be hosting John 5 and the Creatures on Feb. 8, Cris Jacobs on Feb. 9, Superchunk on Feb. 17, Tim Reynolds and TR3 on Feb. 22, and more.
The Altria Theater will have Keith Sweat on Feb. 14 and Jason Isbell and the 400 Unit on Feb. 16. The Dominion Arts Center will be hosting Diana Krall on Feb. 20.
The Beacon Theatre in Hopewell will host Corey Smith on Feb. 3, Dwight Yoakam on Feb. 7, Collin Raye on Feb. 9, and a two night engagement for the Tower of Power 50th Anniversary Tour on Feb. 22 and 23.
In Charlottesville, Luke Bryan will be performing at the John Paul Jones Arena on Feb. 24.
The Jefferson Theater will hosts artists like Keller Williams (Feb. 16), Rhett Miller of Old 97’s and Evan Felker of Turnpike Troubadours (Feb. 21), J. Roddy Walston & the Business (Feb. 23), and more. Scott Bradlee’s Postmodern Jukebox will perform at the Paramount Theater on Feb. 17.
The NorVa in Norfolk will be bringing in Chase Rice (Feb. 1), Keller Williams (Feb. 3), Black Veil Brides & Asking Alexandria (Feb. 7), August Burns Red (Feb. 13), K. Michelle (Feb. 16), Lights (Feb. 23), and many others.
The Hampton Coliseum will be hosting A Valentine’s Day Weekend Affair featuring KEM, Eric Benet, Demetria McKinney & Gerald Albright on Feb. 18.
Phase 2 Club in Lynchburg will be bringing in acts such as the Steel Woods (Feb. 2), Dylan Scott (Feb. 8), JAWGA BOYZ and BUBBA SPARXXX (Feb. 16), Phil Vassar (Feb. 17), The Oh Hellos (Feb. 22), Luke Pell from ABC’s The Bachelorette (Feb. 23), and more.
The Harvester Performance Center in Rocky Mount will host many acts including Aimee Mann and Jonathan Coulton on Feb. 3, Marc Broussard on Feb. 10, Michael McDonald on Feb. 12, Arlo Guthrie on Feb. 14, Blues Traveler on Feb. 20, Blackberry Smoke on Feb. 24 and 25, and Lucero on Feb. 26.
The Tally Ho Theatre in Leesburg will be hosting George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic on Feb. 9 and David Cook on Feb. 24 among other shows.
At Wolf Trap National Park for Performing Arts in Vienna, shows will include Ladysmith Black Mambazo (Feb. 5 and 6), Martin Sexton (Feb. 21), and more.
Alexandria music hall The Birchmere will host a Very Intimate Acoustic Evening with Pat Benatar and Neil Giraldo on Feb. 5. Also on the Birchmere’s schedule are Travis Tritt (Feb. 12), Drew and Ellie Holcomb (Feb. 14), Phil Vassar (Feb. 15), Arlo Guthrie (Feb. 17 and 18), and many more.
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.