Big Concerts Coming to Virginia in February 2020

Big Concerts Coming to Virginia in February 2020

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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.

 

—RICHMOND—

The National will be bringing several big-name artists throughout the month, including:

  • Jan. 31 & Feb. 1 – Lotus
  • Feb. 7 – Cold War Kids
  • Feb. 12 – The Wood Brothers
  • Feb. 14 – Falling in Reverse
  • Feb. 21 – The Legwarmers: The Ultimate 80s Experience

At The Broadberry

  • Feb. 1 – Beach Fossils
  • Feb. 9 – Big Something
  • Feb. 15 – Rockn’ to Lockn’ – four Virginia bands will battle it out for a chance to play the Lockn’ Music Festival in June.
  • Feb. 18 – flor
  • Feb. 20 & 21 – Hot Water Music
  • Feb. 25 – Garza (featuring Rob Garza of Thievery Corporation)

At the Altria Theater

  • Feb. 15 – Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban™ in Concert featuring the Richmond Symphony Orchestra
  • Feb. 18 – Tedeschi Trucks Band

At the Dominion Energy Center

  • Feb. 1 – Richmond Symphony: Laura Jackson and Julian Schwarz
  • Feb. 7 – National Symphony Orchestra of Ukraine
  • Feb. 8 – Legends on Grace: The Magical Music of Burt Bacharach starring Susan Greenbaum
  • Feb. 29 – Richmond Symphony: The Apollo Hall of Fame

At the Modlin Center for the Arts at University of Richmond

  • Feb. 8 – The Steeldrivers
  • Feb. 28 – Takács Quartet

—HOPEWELL—

At the Beacon Theatre

  • Feb. 1 – Masters of Metal 4: Tribute Series featuring Creeping Deth (Metallica), Metal Priest (Judas Priest), For Those About To Rock (AC/DC) and PoisonousCrue (Motley Crue)
  • Feb. 7 – Lonestar
  • Feb. 8 – Don Felder – Formerly of the Eagles
  • Feb. 13 – Arrival From Sweden (The Music of ABBA)
  • Feb. 26 – Arlo Guthrie
  • Feb. 28 – Todd Snider
  • Feb. 29 – The Ultimate Queen Celebration

—CHARLOTTESVILLE—

At the John Paul Jones Arena

  • Feb. 7 – KISS
  • Feb. 16 – The Lumineers
  • Feb. 21 – Jason Aldean
  • Feb. 22 – MercyMe

At the Jefferson Theater

  • Feb. 12 – The Wailers
  • Feb. 15 – Amanda Shires
  • Feb. 16 – Galactic
  • Feb. 19 – Drive-By Truckers

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At the Hampton Coliseum

  • Feb. 8 – Big Jam 2020 featuring DaBaby, Gunna and Pop Smoke
  • Feb. 14 – Hampton Roads Valentine’s Jam featuring Musiq Soulchild, Marsha Ambrosius, Rahsaan Patterson and Vivian Green
  • Feb. 28 – 7 City Blues Festival featuring TUCKA, Pokey Bear, Sir Charles Jones, Lenny Williams, Nellie “Tiger” Travis and Theodis Ealey

At the NorVa in Norfolk

  • Feb. 7 – Raphael Saadiq
  • Feb. 13 – Thrice
  • Feb. 18 – Kamasi Washington
  • Feb. 19 – The Allman Betts Band
  • Feb. 22 – The Legwarmers: The Ultimate 80s Experience
  • Feb. 29 – Old Crow Medicine Show

At the Chrysler Hall in Norfolk

  • Feb. 25 – Virginia Symphony Orchestra: Mahler Symphony No. 4

At the Harrison Opera House in Norfolk

  • Feb. 7 – Black Jacket Symphony presents Led Zeppelin

At Elevation 27 in Virginia Beach

  • Feb. 1 – Nighttrain (The Guns N’ Roses Experience)
  • Feb. 6 – A Tribute to Bob Marley featuring Mighty Joshua
  • Feb. 7 – The Nighthawks
  • Feb. 12 – Jason Boland and the Stragglers
  • Feb. 13 – Kendell Marvel
  • Feb. 20 – Summer Salt
  • Feb. 22 – Carbon Leaf

—VIRGINIA MOUNTAINS—

At the Berglund Center in Roanoke

  • Feb. 4 – The Simon & Garfunkel Story – Using huge projection photos and original film footage, featuring a full live band performing all the hits including ‘Mrs. Robinson,’ ‘Bridge Over Troubled Water,’ ‘Homeward Bound’ and many more.
  • Feb. 8 – Black Jacket Symphony presents Led Zeppelin
  • Feb. 28 – The Temptations and The Four Tops

At 5 Points Music Sanctuary in Roanoke

  • Feb. 14 – Eric Gales
  • Feb. 21 – Rockn’ to Lockn’ – four Virginia bands will battle it out for a chance to play the Lockn’ Music Festival in June.

At the Salem Civic Center in Salem

  • Feb. 1 – Brantley Gilbert
  • Feb. 19 – Railroad Earth

At the Harvester Performance Center in Rocky Mount

  • Feb. 10 – Joan Osborne
  • Feb. 11 – Art Garfunkel
  • Feb. 21 – The Seldom Scene
  • Feb. 22 – Mike Doughty
  • Feb. 23 – Trampled By Turtles

—NORTHERN VIRGINIA—

At Wolf Trap National Park for Performing Arts in Vienna

  • Feb. 5 – Tanya Tucker
  • Feb. 7-9 – Art Garfunkel
  • Feb. 22 – The Last Bandoleros
  • Feb. 25 & 26 – Cherish The Ladies
  • Feb. 29 – Kiran Ahluwalia

At The Birchmere in Alexandria

  • Feb. 7 – Three Dog Night
  • Feb. 9 – Blue Öyster Cult
  • Feb. 20 – Drew & Ellie Holcomb
  • Feb. 23 – Jeffrey Osborne
  • Feb. 27 – Marty Stuart & His Fabulous Superlatives
  • Feb. 28 & 29 – Arlo Guthrie

At the State Theatre in Falls Church

  • Feb. 14 – The Stranger: A Tribute to Billy Joel
  • Feb. 21 – Hollywood Nights: A Tribute To Bob Seger

At the Tally Ho Theatre in Leesburg

  • Feb. 1 – Cowboy Mouth
  • Feb. 7 – Cris Jacobs
  • Feb. 8 – Trial By Fire (Journey Tribute)
  • Feb. 13 – The Wailers
  • Feb. 14 & 15 – Eaglemania: The World’s Greatest Eagles Tribute Band
  • Feb. 21 – UFO 50th Anniversary Farewell Tour
  • Feb. 22 – Soul Asylum
  • Feb. 28 – Uncle Cracker
  • Feb. 29 – Carbon Leaf

At EagleBank Arena in Fairfax

  • Feb. 14 – Valentine’s Love Jam featuring Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds, En Vogue and Be’la Dona

 

 

Are we missing any big concerts? Let us know in the comments below. 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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