The venue’s concrete monolithic dome and twenty-four flying buttresses make it a popular, eye-catching and iconic landmark in downtown Norfolk. Scope Arena is the host to a wide variety of events and is currently home to the Norfolk Admirals hockey team.
Janet Jackson 12/10/17 Rescheduled from 6/10/17 * Many Top Name Performances to be updated.
“Once a World War II USO theater, this historic venue was lavishly renovated in 1993. With 1,632 seats, the stunning Edythe C. and Stanley L. Harrison Opera House retain an intimate ambiance, adorned with glittering chandeliers, sweeping staircases and bistro tables where you can sip champagne and drink in the glamour.”
“If you're in the mood for fine dining, this is one of my favorite steakhouses in the country! Great wine list and the steak is superb!”
“The NorVa is a performing venue located in Norfolk, Virginia. The NorVa's name consists of an abbreviation relating to its location. The NorVa was the brainchild of local music venue entrepreneurs Bill Reid and Rick Mersel, who have also developed the NTelos Wireless Pavilion and have ties to the development of Farm Bureau Live at Virginia Beach.”
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“Since its grand opening in 1972, Chrysler Hall has served as the premier performing arts center of Hampton Roads. After celebrating our 40th season the number of events hosted annually has grown to more than 140, with attendance of more than 150,000 patrons a year. Many regionally based arts organizations call Chrysler Hall their home including Virginia Symphony Orchestra, Norfolk Forum, the Virginia Arts Festival, Broadway in Norfolk, and Generic Theater. During any given season, Chrysler Hall will host acclaimed artists from every discipline such as major Broadway productions, classical concerts, contemporary artists, family theatre and comedy events.”