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30 May

Welcome To June 2019

Come Check Out Some of this Month’s Highlights!

Ring in June with Patriotic Festival

FRIDAY, MAY 31 | SATURDAY, JUNE 1 | SUNDAY, JUNE 2

Come celebrate THE MILITARY at The Virginia Beach Oceanfront with three days of FREE National Touring Artists Concerts, Military Expos and Displays. The Concerts will be at 5th Street and Oceanfront Friday and Saturday Evening and Sunday Afternoon. Artists performing include, Friday: Old Dominion, Morgan Evans, Brandon Lay, and DJ Ty Street, Saturday: Luke combs, Muscadine Bloodline, Faren Rachels, and DJ Ty Street, and Sunday: Kane Brown, Ryan Hurd, Alec Edmonds, and DJ Ty Street. 

Thomas Rhett: Very Hot Summer Tour

| Thursday, JUNE 13 |

This popular artist will be making his way up to Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater at Virginia Beach June 13th, 2019. Special Guests include Dustin Lynch, Russel Dickerson, and Rhett Akins. 

Rascal Flatts: Summer Playlist Tour 

| Saturday, JUNE 29 |

Kick off your vacation with an extra fun night to remember! The concert will showcase these fan favorites in their element, back on the road playing their biggest hits, crowd favorites and powerful rising single “Back To Life”. Don’t miss out on seeing one of country’s favorite bands! 

Get Groovy at Sandstock

SATURDAY, JUNE 29 | SUNDAY, JUNE 30 | MONDAY, JULY 1

Sandstock, A Tribute to Rock & Roll, is a beach-inspired variation on Woodstock. National and regional tribute artists who cover performers from Pink Floyd to the Allman Brothers to Journey crank out hit after hit on beach stages at the Virginia Beach oceanfront! Get ready to get your groove on! This event is FREE and open to the public! You’ll catch this annual event at the 24th Street Stage.


MORE FAMILY FUN

Come check out Norfolk Harborfest 

FRIDAY, JUNE 7 | SATURDAY, JUNE 8 | SUNDAY, JUNE 9

Celebrating America’s largest, longest-running, free maritime festival in its 43rd year!  For three memorable days, the historic waterfront festival offers a weekend packed with thrilling activities on land and sea to include tall ships and the Parade of Sail, artisan foods and beverages, unique and unusual performances, one of the largest fireworks shows on the East Coast, family games and activities, national and regional entertainment, and much more.

2019 North American Sand Soccer Championship

FRIDAY, JUNE 7 | SATURDAY, JUNE 8 | SUNDAY, JUNE 9

Calling all sports lovers! Coming to Virginia Beach in June is the best month for soccer lovers to visit! Watch this special sporting event transform the oceanfront to an intense beach game of soccer! The internationally known North American Sand Soccer kicks off another tournament beginning on June 7th. This weekend-long event takes over the sand, with fields and fields of games to watch. Soccer isn’t the only sports game going on at this event! The “Sidekick” games will include sports like beach football, beach wrestling, beach lacrosse, and sand hockey. This is definitely a favorite beach weekend for sports lover of any kind! Don’t miss this extreme weekend at the Virginia Beach Boardwalk & Oceanfront. Learn more about the 2019 North American Sand Soccer Championships!

Summer Carnival

| SATURDAY, JUNE 7 – WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19 |

The Summer Carnival, held at the Mount Trashmore Park, is an ongoing event that begins June 1st and lasts until June 19th. This is a fun event for people of all ages to attend. There will be over 20 rides, carnival type foods (funnel cake, hot dogs, cotton candy…), and prizes to win! Of course, you can’t have a carnival without a Ferris wheel. Invite the whole family to this favorite thing to do in Virginia Beach, as it is family-friendly.  Find the hours of the Summer Carnival here!

64th Annual Boardwalk Art Show 

| THURSDAY, JUNE 13 – SUNDAY, JUNE 16 |
THU: Noon-6pm | FRI-SAT: 10am-6pm | SUN: 10am-5pm

Join us for Virginia Beach’s longest running annual oceanfront event and one of the best outdoor fine art shows on the eastern shore! Come explore 275 artists from all over the U.S. and beyond, as they present an eclectic range of fine arts and crafts, 20th to 36th Streets on the Virginia Beach boardwalk.

2019 Party at the Pier in Sandbridge

| FRIDAY JUNE 14 |

Kick off your shoes and join us for a beach concert in the sand with live music from Buckshot! Enjoy food trucks and plenty of dancing. New this year, there will be onsite beer and wine sales to benefit the Virginia Beach Parks & Recreation Foundation. A valid ID must be presented to purchase adult beverages. Please drink responsibly and have a designated driver to ensure everyone’s safety. Personal coolers are not permitted in the event area. Beer/wine ticket sales will take place from 6 to 9 pm. Last pour will be at 9:30 pm. Onsite parking is available and free after 5 pm. Parking is limited, so please carpool or rideshare if possible. Rain Dates:  Saturday, June 15. 

2018 Party at the Pier in Sandbridge

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Date: Friday, August 24

Time: 7-10pm

Cost: FREE

Where:   Sandbridge Beach
Little Island Park
3820 Sandpiper Rd
Va. Beach, VA 23456

Kick off your shoes and join us for a beach concert in the sand with live music from The Rhondels!

Enjoy food trucks and plenty of dancing. New this year, there will be onsite beer and wine sales to benefit the Virginia Beach Parks & Recreation Foundation. A valid ID must be presented to purchase adult beverages. Please drink responsibly and have a designated driver to ensure everyone’s safety.

Personal coolers are not permitted in the event area. Beer/wine ticket sales will take place from 6 to 9 pm. Last pour will be at 9:30 pm.

​Onsite parking is available and free after 5 pm. Parking is limited, so please carpool or rideshare if possible.

Rain Dates:  Saturday, August 25

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2018 Party at the Pier in Sandbridge

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Dates: Friday, June 15  & Friday, August 24

Time: 7-10pm

Cost: FREE

Where:   Sandbridge Beach
Little Island Park
3820 Sandpiper Rd
Va. Beach, VA 23456

Kick off your shoes and join us for a beach concert in the sand with live music from Buckshot (June) and The Rhondels (August)!

Enjoy food trucks and plenty of dancing. New this year, there will be onsite beer and wine sales to benefit the Virginia Beach Parks & Recreation Foundation. A valid ID must be presented to purchase adult beverages. Please drink responsibly and have a designated driver to ensure everyone’s safety.

Personal coolers are not permitted in the event area. Beer/wine ticket sales will take place from 6 to 9 pm. Last pour will be at 9:30 pm.

​Onsite parking is available and free after 5 pm. Parking is limited, so please carpool or rideshare if possible.

Rain Dates:  Saturday, June 16 & Saturday, August 25

1 Jun

Sandbridge Shelling

Seashells… Down by the Seashore
“One cannot collect all the beautiful shells on the beach. One can collect only a few, and they are more beautiful if they are few. One moon shell is more impressive than three. There is only one moon in the sky.” – Anne Morrow Lindbergh, ”Gift From the Sea”

One of the most relaxing pastimes at the beach is to clear your mind, stroll slowly with loved ones along the shoreline, while gathering seashells on the beach. Sandbridge is the perfect place for shelling offering a quiet, secluded 5 mile stretch of beach to explore. The casual shell collector can enjoy shelling year round… even during the off season. Here are a few tips to make your shelling expedition even more fun:

Best Times to go Shelling:
Experts tell us that low tides, and the times of the new moon and the full moon, bring the best shells. If you visit immediately after a storm, you’ll find that the rough waves and strong currents will dislodge shells in shallow water and toss them onto the beach.

What To Bring for Shelling:
If you’re going to do any serious shell collecting, be sure to bring a strong mesh or canvas bag to carry your finds — shells can get heavy very quickly. You’ll want to bring along water and sun protection, as well as your basic beach gear. It helps to bring along lightweight beach or water shoes to protect your feet so you can explore areas along the tide line where shells are arranged in thick bands.

What Shells to Collect:
Keep in mind that an inhabited seashell is a sea creature’s home! Please don’t remove an occupied seashell, or live starfish, from the beach. If you find you’ve picked one up, don’t throw it into the water – place it gently down to avoid damage. Abandoned seashells, of course, are fair game. You’ll find beautiful ones in gently-used condition along the coast.Read More

1 Jun

Sandbridge Shelling

Seashells… Down by the Seashore
“One cannot collect all the beautiful shells on the beach. One can collect only a few, and they are more beautiful if they are few. One moon shell is more impressive than three. There is only one moon in the sky.” – Anne Morrow Lindbergh, ”Gift From the Sea”

One of the most relaxing pastimes at the beach is to clear your mind, stroll slowly with loved ones along the shoreline, while gathering seashells on the beach. Sandbridge is the perfect place for shelling offering a quiet, secluded 5 mile stretch of beach to explore. The casual shell collector can enjoy shelling year round… even during the off season. Here are a few tips to make your shelling expedition even more fun:

Best Times to go Shelling:
Experts tell us that low tides, and the times of the new moon and the full moon, bring the best shells. If you visit immediately after a storm, you’ll find that the rough waves and strong currents will dislodge shells in shallow water and toss them onto the beach.

What To Bring for Shelling:
If you’re going to do any serious shell collecting, be sure to bring a strong mesh or canvas bag to carry your finds — shells can get heavy very quickly. You’ll want to bring along water and sun protection, as well as your basic beach gear. It helps to bring along lightweight beach or water shoes to protect your feet so you can explore areas along the tide line where shells are arranged in thick bands.

What Shells to Collect:
Keep in mind that an inhabited seashell is a sea creature’s home! Please don’t remove an occupied seashell, or live starfish, from the beach. If you find you’ve picked one up, don’t throw it into the water – place it gently down to avoid damage. Abandoned seashells, of course, are fair game. You’ll find beautiful ones in gently-used condition along the coast.Read More