Big Concerts Coming to Virginia in March 2020

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So many new live music shows are coming to Virginia in March 2020. From major country acts to the biggest names in rock and pop, celebrate the season with your favorite artists and discover new ones all over the Commonwealth.

NOTE: This is not a complete list of shows and certain schedules may change. Please check with the individual venues for the most up to date details.

—CHARLOTTESVILLE—

At the John Paul Jones Arena

  • March 13 – Dan + Shay
  • March 14 – DaBaby

At the Jefferson Theater

  • March 7 – Cody Purvis
  • March 8 – O.A.R.
  • March 20 – Brent Cobb Duo
  • March 24 – Colony House
  • March 25 – Tauk

At the Paramount Theater

  • March 3 – Renée Fleming
  • March 20 – Chris Janson
  • March 22 – Steven Isserlis

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On May 5th, 2016, the Virginia Is For Music Lovers campaign was launched with a premiere at The Broadberry in Richmond.

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The National will be bringing several big-name artists throughout the month, including:

  • March 3 – Big Head Todd and the Monsters
  • March 17 – Melvin Seals & JGB
  • March 21 – Circa Survive
  • March 28 – Band of Horses
  • March 30 – In This Moment + Black Veil Brides

At The Broadberry

  • March 1 – Of Montreal
  • March 5 – Wye Oak
  • March 13 – Southern Culture on the Skids
  • March 15 – Papadosio
  • March 19 – Against Me!
  • March 23 – Porches

At the Altria Theater

  • March 15 – Celtic Woman
  • March 28 – An Intimate Evening with David Foster featuring Special Guest Katharine McPhee

At the Dominion Energy Center

  • March 3 – Ms. Lauryn Hill
  • March 7 & 8 – Richmond Symphony: Valentina Peleggi and Angela Cheng
  • March 27-29 – Virginia Opera – Aida

At the Modlin Center for the Arts at University of Richmond

  • March 14 – Aoife O’Donovan

—HOPEWELL—

At the Beacon Theatre

  • March 5 – Colt Ford
  • March 6 – Journey Beyond (A Tribute to Journey) featuring Anthrax lead singer Joey Belladonna
  • March 7 – MJ LIVE (A Tribute to Michael Jackson)
  • March 14 – Marty Stuart
  • March 21 – The 5th Dimension
  • March 27 – The Nighthawks
  • March 28 – Sara Evans

—HAMPTON ROADS—

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At the Hampton Coliseum

  • March 13 – Sturgill Simpson and Tyler Childers
  • March 14 – The Millennium Tour featuring Omarion, Bow Wow, Pretty Ricky, Ying Yang Twins, Lloyd, Sammie, Soulja Boy and Ashanti
  • March 20-21 – Excision 2020 Tour featuring The Evolution

At the NorVa in Norfolk

  • March 10 – Dead Kennedys
  • March 14 – Skillet
  • March 18 – The Revivalists
  • March 24 – Steve Aoki
  • March 26 – The Expendables
  • March 31 – Dance Gavin Dance

At the Chrysler Hall in Norfolk

  • March 13 – Celtic Woman
  • March 21 – Virginia Symphony Orchestra: The Streisand Songbook

At the Chartway Arena in Norfolk

  • March 13 – Roddy Ricch

At Elevation 27 in Virginia Beach

  • March 12 – Southern Culture on the Skids
  • March 19 – Drivin’ and Cryin’
  • March 20 – Mark Chesnutt
  • March 24 – The Get Up Kids
  • March 26 – Adam Doleac
  • March 27 – EOTO

—VIRGINIA MOUNTAINS—

At the Berglund Center in Roanoke

  • March 26 – Blue Man Group
  • March 28 – Boosie Bad A** and T-Rell

At 5 Points Music Sanctuary in Roanoke

  • March 23 – EOTO
  • March 26 – Ghost-Note

At the Harvester Performance Center in Rocky Mount

  • March 1 – Indigo Girls
  • March 6 – Pop Chubby
  • March 7 – Jackyl
  • March 13 – Phil Vassar
  • March 15 – Perpetual Groove
  • March 21 – Hackensaw Boys
  • March 27 – Sara Evans
  • March 28 – Rodriguez
  • March 30 – Black Violin

—NORTHERN VIRGINIA—

At Wolf Trap National Park for Performing Arts in Vienna

  • March 5 – Liv Warfield
  • March 11 – Enter the Haggis
  • March 13 – Aoife O’Donovan
  • March 16 & 17 – Ladysmith Black Mambazo
  • March 20 – The 5th Dimension

At The Birchmere in Alexandria

  • March 1 – Hayes Carll
  • March 5 – Squirrel Nut Zippers
  • March 6 – The Oak Ridge Boys
  • March 8 – Todd Snider
  • March 20 – 10,000 Maniacs
  • March 31 – Rosanne Cash

At the State Theatre in Falls Church

  • March 6 – Almost Queen
  • March 8 – Frank Solivan & Dirty Kitchen
  • March 13 – Broken Arrow (A Tribute to Neil Young)
  • March 24 – A Bowie Celebration

At the Tally Ho Theatre in Leesburg

  • March 13 – Ballyhoo!
  • March 14 – Several Species: The Pink Floyd Experience
  • March 21 – Boat House Row
  • March 28 – Live Wire: The Ultimate AC/DC Experience

At EagleBank Arena in Fairfax

  • March 8 – The Millennium Tour featuring Omarion, Bow Wow, Pretty Ricky, Ying Yang Twins, Lloyd, Sammie, Soulja Boy and Ashanti
  • March 22 – Ricardo Montaner
  • March 28 – Thom Yorke
Are we missing any big concerts? Let us know in the comments below. For more big names coming to Virginia this month, go to virginia.org/music.
At a Virginia concert this month? Share your photos with @VisitVirginia on Twitter and Instagram with the hashtags #vamusic and #vaisformusiclovers.