222 Jefferson Highway
Staunton, VA 24401
Phone: (540) 887-6500
Fax: (540) 885-8325
222 Jefferson Highway, Staunton, VA, US, 24401
- Phone: (540) 887-6500
- Fax: (540) 885-8325
By preserving and enhancing the historic building in which it is located, this performing arts center provides an affordable venue for local performing arts groups and individual artists, as well as traveling artists of national and international renown.
Entertaining productions of Shakespeare's works are produced by this theatre company which delights audiences with a fresh look at Shakespeare's plays. The company tours internationally and performs in repertory at Blackfriars Playhouse, the world's only recreation of William Shakespeare's original indoor theatre. Educational programs, conferences, lectures, and a summer theatre camp for teens are also available.
Augusta Expoland provides an excellent indoor and fairground facility comprising of 60,000 square feet, for major local events and festivals. The indoor facility covers 36,000 square feet which can be divided into 3 sections based on the event. The air-conditioned hall has a seating capacity for 3,200 people equipped with amenities like stage, tables and chairs and is an ideal setup for exhibitions and fairs. Besides, the open ground is used for truck shows, concerts and livestock exhibitions. Check their website for more information.
A summer collegiate baseball franchise in the Valley Baseball League that provides family fun and entertaining games in June, July, and August.
Staunton's premier performing arts presenter featuring professional "Concert Hall Artists at Neighborhood Prices." Featuring classical, jazz and popular artists as well as dance troupes, "Broadway" shows and ethnic groups in the comfortable setting of John Lewis Auditorium at R.E. Lee High School.
Enjoy these public concerts every Monday night from June through August. The programs include marches, show tunes, popular music, overtures, and selections from American authors.
This summer collegiate baseball organization of the Valley Baseball League provides fun family baseball games in June, July, and August.
Bringing the community to the theater, this nonprofit theater organization is comprised of volunteers from the community who present quality productions and assist in community efforts and projects.
Located on the West Broad Street in Waynesboro, The Hot Spot is exactly what its name suggests when it comes to live music. Opened in the summer of 2012, this live music venue focuses on hosting live music events in an easygoing atmosphere where you can indulge in a game of pool or sip on some beer. Be ready to be faced with popular bands from funk jazz-fusion, alternative rock, pop and many more genres of music. A visit to one of the events at The Hot Spot in company of friends is a perfect idea to spend an evening while in the city of Waynesboro. Visit their website to know more.
An evening of chili tasting, amazing blues, artisans & exhibitors, and micro & mega brews.
Old Dominion Performance Arts Studio or ODPAS as its commonly known is a dance and performing arts studio that has offered classes to Waynesboro's people for over 10 years now. Only the finest instructors have been hired to ensure that every student enrolled gets their money's worth. Besides dance, martial arts training is also imparted to those interested. Check website for a list of fees, schedules and general information.
The historic Fairfax Hall was constructed in 1890, in Waynesboro, Virginia. Also referred to as the Brandon Hotel or the Fairfax Hall School, it promises to be a great location for special events and social functions. It is a picturesque beauty located on a hillside and overlooking the whole of the city. It caters perfectly to guests' entertainment requirements and is ideal for wedding receptions, banquets, civic events and parties. It is also a grand housing option with modern amenities and conveniences in the nearby vicinity.