Over 600 miles of hiking and biking trails have earned the Roanoke Valley the distinction of being the "Best Trail Town" in the Blue Ridge Mountains.
The Roanoke Valley's nightlife scene has blossomed in recent years. On any given night, local bands are playing at Roanoke restaurants and bars all around the valley.
You can usually find jazz, rock, folk and along the famous Crooked Road in Franklin County you can take in some bluegrass.
In addition to local restaurants and clubs, the Roanoke Valley is home to several unique venues like concert halls and Civic Centers that draw big name regional and national acts.
Whether it's the Harvester Performance Center in Rocky Mount, Daleville Town Center in Botourt County, Jefferson Center and Berglund Center in Downtown Roanoke, or Salem Civic Center, it's never hard to find a great show taking place in Virginia's Blue Ridge.
The region also features an exciting collection of breweries that produce fantastic craft beer while hosting many musical acts and food trucks, which makes for the perfect night out on the town.
Enjoy a unique, local beer. Savor a hand-crafted cocktail. Listen to amazing blues music. Laugh until it hurts at a comedy club. You can do all this and more when you experience the nightlife in Virginia's Blue Ridge.
Be sure to also check our Calendar of Events for upcoming shows and performances.
The following is a list of nightlife spots in the region.
The Roanoke Valley Convention & Visitors Bureau 101 Shenandoah Avenue NE Roanoke, VA 24016 (540) 342-6025 (800) 635-5535