Virginia Arts Festival

The Virginia Arts Festival is an annual spring festival that brings dozens of performances to Hampton, Newport News, Norfolk, Portsmouth, Virginia Beach, Williamsburg, and surrounding communities. The festival was established in 1997, and has been bringing world-class artists to Virginia ever since. The festival is a non-profit organization created by the city of Norfolk, Virginia as an incentive to promote tourism to the Hampton Roads area. Every spring, renowned artists from around the world congregate in Hampton Roads to bring world-class music, dance, and theatre performances to the area.

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