Where great live music is on the schedule any night of the week.
Experience the incredible performing arts of the Roanoke Valley in Virginia's Blue Ridge. The people of Virginia's Blue Ridge have some fantastic artistic talent and they share that ability with many performances during the year.
Many performing arts organizations combine local talent with artists from around the country.
We offer a variety of live performances you can enjoy with your family to create some special memories during your vacation in Virginia's Blue Ridge.
See fantastic local talent through productions by the Southwest Virginia Ballet, Mill Mountain Theatre, Showtimers of Roanoke Valley, Roanoke Children's Theatre, Opera Roanoke, the Roanoke Symphony Orchestra, and many more amazing organizations.
The region also features an outstanding variety of unique venues, such as the Moss Arts Center, Jefferson Center, Elmwood Park, Dr. Pepper Park at The Bridges, and Harvester Performance Center, which provide a wonderful atmosphere for the vibrant musical acts and performing arts.
You also won't want to miss the Roanoke Valley's fun and exciting nightlife, and don't forget to check the calendar of arts events, which features many upcoming concerts, plays, comedy shows, and more.
You can also check out our Music page for more information about the live music scene in Virginia's Blue Ridge.
The following is a list of performing arts organizations and venues in Virginia's Blue Ridge.
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