Conquer one of the most challenging courses, with more than 2,000 feet of elevation gain, at the 5th Annual Morgantown
Known for the music and dancing, this year’s Summerfest features several nights of bands, free cotton candy, snow cones, face painting and jumping features to keep the young ones busy. There are dance competitions for kids and adults and a car show. The festival ends with spectacular fireworks.
The Town of Man is celebrating their 100th Anniversary with a street fair from July 18, 2018 through July 21, 2018. The four day celebration kicks off with cake and ice cream at 3pm and a parade to follow at 6pm. A car show will be held on July 19, 2018. The 100 year celebration will wrap up with a two day town fair event with food, crafts, vendors, bands and more! Fireworks at dusk on Saturday evening.
Friday, Steve Moakler (7:30 pm) & Travis Tritt (9:30 pm) ; Saturday, Muscadine Bloodline (7:30 pm) and Chase Rice (9:30 pm)
Come out and have a great time at Alderson Strawberry Festival! Fun for the whole family with bands, shopping, music, food, and kids activities!
Peaches – fresh, baked pies and ice cream King and Queen Essay Contest Peach Fuzz and Blossom Contest Car and Antique Tractors Show Children’s Games Original Art Wooden Peach Auction Craft, Flea Market, Agriculture (Farm Produce) Live Entertainment: Bands, singers, magician, puppets and clowns
First weekend in May, every year – Cheat Fest 2017 is May 5th and 6th, 2017. Gates open Friday night from 5:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m., and Saturday from 11:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. The festival grounds in Albright, West Virginia will once again transform into a haven for boaters, music lovers, and families. Bands from all over Appalachia will entertain crowds with live music. Held rain or shine, Cheat Fest is always a good time! There will be activities for the whole family including kids' tents and parade, delicious food, art market, 5K, downriver race, vendors, live entertainment, workshops, silent auction and raffles. Kids under twelve are free! Kids of all ages can congregate at the ever-growing Kid’s Tent from noon ’till 5:00 p.m. on Saturday for a host of hands-on activities.
The intimate setting of the historic Alpine Theatre is the setting for this concert featuring: P.D. Bird & Friends, Scott Thompson, Ryan Willard and Luke White. Call 304-372-1637 for details.
Come and join paranormal enthusiasts from all over the world at the 16th Annual Mothman Festival, as the small town of Point Pleasant, transforms into one of the largest Paranormal Conventions in the east to celebrate the Mothman Legend. Disney has Mickey and we have Mothman. He's the most popular attraction roaming around at our festival. Make sure you get in on a little selfie time during your visit. Outstanding live entertainment in the Riverfront Park, Mothman Research Center and Museum tours, Mothman movies and documentaries, TNT bus tours, paranormal crafters, vendors, authors and investigators. Mothman eyewitnesses. Saturday night TNT hayrides into Mothman country. Face painting, Zip Lines, Horse drawn wagon rides. Cosplay characters, Ghostbusters, Men In Black, Big Foot and many more characters. Family fun at a festival you have never experienced before. The World's only Mothman Festival.
We provide free concerts during the three day weekend free of charge. Do not miss your chance to see up-and-coming Nashville acts, tribute bands, and local artist grace the Riverfront Park stage at NO COST to you. The parade will be on July 1 at 11 a.m. Line will be at 10 a.m. at the Board of Education Office (Central School) on Main Street. July 1st : Parade 11 a.m.; Fireworks 10 p.m. 5K Run; Pageants; Pretty Bay Contest; Free Concerts; Kids Day with free games and activities. Fireworks Saturday evening. The Regatta is an alcohol-free event.
Come join us for the New Years Eve Party featuring Rick K, The Allnighters, and DJ Alex Shay.
Get in the holiday spirit and bring the whole family to a great concert with MAC Glee, a community chorus sponsored by the MAC: Monongalia Arts Center. Special guest entertainment with STEEL AWAY steel drum band. Lively, fun, sure to be a great toe tapping time!
Each year around Veterans Day, community groups host a variety of dinners and events designed to honor all veterans who
The Ohio Valley’s own Ron Retzer Trio and 1170 return to the Capitol Theatre to provide a spectacular Christmas Event. The Ron Retzer Trio and the 1170 Jamboree Staff Band have been entertaining audiences for decades! The Band performed for the crowds at Jamboree in the Hills with our very own Brad Paisley. This event will add joy to your Holiday Season. Our family welcomes your family to enjoy an evening filled with fun, entertainment, and Holiday Spirit! Tickets are $20.00 Each and are festival seating!
The award winning bluegrass band, Blue Highway, will take the stage at the Chuck Mathena Center on Saturday, July 23 at 7pm. There is no doubt that Blue Highway is one of the finest bluegrass bands around today. The highly esteemed group has earned 25 collective IBMA awards among its members and was voted Favorite Bluegrass Group of All Time by the readers of Bluegrass Today, April 2016. Blue Highway is praised by peers, fans and media alike. One of the most powerful descriptions of the 22-year strong band is shared by Country Standard Time News Magazine, “Wayne Taylor sings with the emotion of a man who escaped the coals mines and ain’t planning to go back. Tim Stafford continues to craft songs with depth…the instrumentation is perfect. From the get go, Jason Burleson opens with the unique style that defines bluegrass banjo. Shawn Lane exemplifies modern mandolin, yet nods to the Monroe legacy. Three lead singers…rich harmony…songs of forgotten homeless veterans, fallen heroes and heartbroken families. Blue Highway personifies modern acoustic music with respect to the tradition. Highly recommended, highly respected.” Tickets are on sale now at Chuck Mathena Center, 2 Stafford Commons, Princeton, WV 24739. You can purchase tickets online at www.chuckmathenacenter.org or by calling the Box Office at 304 425-5128. All tickets are $25. A ten percent discount is available to groups of ten or more. Save 25% when you buy a CMC Season Pass for four or more shows! Check out the whole season, Ballet to Bluegrass, at www.chuckmathenacenter.org.
The Concord University Concert Band is directed by Dr. David Ball, Director of Bands at Concord University. Dr. Gabriel Rieger, Associate Professor of English, will serve as the guest narrator at the concert. In addition, Concord University student Austin Bolden will be conducting a piece during the performance. The event is free and open to the public.