Something for ALL this FestivALL
With 10 days full of activities, planning is key to make sure you don’t miss out on one of West
CAMC Foundation Run for Your Life 5-Mile/2.5-Mile Walk
The CAMC Foundation Run for Your Life supports colorectal cancer screening and awareness. This race begins at Haddad Riverfront Park and takes runners through Charleston, up and around the historic Spring Hill cemetery and back to Haddad Riverfront Park. The walk, beginning in the same location, goes through Charleston and up to the base of the Farnsworth ramp, then turns around and retraces the path. Proceeds from this race benefit the CAMC Foundation to support colorectal cancer awareness and screening. Entry Fees: Registration is $25 if postmarked before June 11 and $30 after. Online registration is available at tristateracer.com. Late registration and pre-race swag bag pick up is on June 16 from 3:00pm to 7:00pm at CAMC Cancer Center parking lot (3415 MacCorkle Ave, SE Charleston) and on race day at Haddad Riverfront Park from 7-8am. Sponsors - Pepsi Sponsors - Pepsi www.camcfoundation.org/events
Experience it ALL in Charleston, WV! FestivALL will celebrate it's 14th year with a variety of live music, visual art, theatre, dance and more in venues throughout downtown Charleston. This year's main events include: Lake Street Dive at the Mayor's Concert, the two day juried Capitol Street Art Fair and Children's Art Fair, Dance FestivALL featuring Jamal Story, Italian theatre at Compagnia TPO's Panda's Home, Carriage Trail Walk, Wine & Jazz Music Festival featuring Black Masala, B&B River Queen Cruises, Ice Cream & the Arts in Elk City and more! Visit www.festivallcharleston.com/events for over 10 days of fun in the capital city!
FestivALL Fall: Harvest Art Fair
The 6th FestivALL Harvest Art Fair is an indoor extension of the summer Capitol Street Art Fair. It takes place at the elegant
FestivALL Charleston will celebrate FestivALL Fall for its 7th consecutive year. The festival will extend the popular city-wide multi-arts summer
Live on the Levee – Whiskey Daredevils with Of the Dell
Opening act Of the Dell begins the night with "young, restless and useless rock N roll created by four rough, rowdy and semi conscious West Virginia natives." Headliner Whiskey Daredevils closes the show with a combination of equal parts classic country, punk rock, and 60s garage.
Live on the Levee – Landau Eugene Murphy Jr and The Carpenter Ants
The Carpenter Ants open this performance that is part of the FestivALL Charleston celebration. Landau Eugene Murphy Jr headlines this can't-miss concert.
BB Riverboats FestivALL Sightseeing Cruises
See Charleston from the deck of the River Queen! Sightseeing Cruises scheduled June 21-24. Cost $20 adults; $15 children ages 4-12. http://charlestonwv.com/event/2017/6/21/bb-riverboats-festivall-sightseeing-cruises.aspx
The Mayor’s Concert featuring Robert Randolph and the Family Band
Take part in the Mayor’s Concert in this live musical event co-presented with FestivAll. General Admission for adults and children: $48.50. Prices are subject to variation.
Go to Hale Block Party
The Charleston Area Alliance will present Go to Hale, a FestivALL event, 10 a.m to 6 p.m. Saturday, June 24, 2017 along Hale Street, between Virginia and Quarrier Streets and between Quarrier and Lee Streets. Complimenting the already popular Capitol Street Art Fair, Children's Art Fair and Kanawha County Public Library Street Fair, Go to Hale is a block party with live music, drinks and pop-up shops. Go to Hale is sponsored by Brewer Fire. Go to Hale will serve as the kick-off for the Downtown Open pop-up putt-putt golf course located on sidewalks and green spaces throughout downtown. Each of the course holes is sponsored by local businesses who have worked to finish and personalize the miniature golf platforms with décor and obstacles prior to the event.
Join FestivALL as they turn a city into a work of art. Enjoy a multitude of art and entertainment at a variety of venues during WV's premier arts celebration. FestivALL includes more than 130 events and 360 performances and exhibitions from music, theater, dance, visual art, humanities and more. Many events are free or low cost. Main events include Smoke on the Water Chili Cookoff, Mayor's Concert, Capitol Street Art Fair & Children's Art Fair, Wine & All That Jazz, Carriage Trail Walk and Dance Gala. Full schedule TBA.
GoodNight is Charleston’s family friendly New Year’s Eve celebration. It returns for its 24th year this New Year’s Eve with
Enjoy 10 days of music, theater, dance, visual art, family fun and much more in the capital city! FestivALL is West Virginia's premier arts collaborator and welcomes the community to come together to experience both local and national talents. The city-wide and multi-arts event hosts over 130 events and 360 performances and exhibitions from music, theatre, dance, visual art, humanities and more each summer. Many events are free or low cost and are designed with a little bit of something for everyone. Stay tuned for 2017 announcements!
FestivALL Fall Harvest Art Fair
Visit elegant space of the Woman's Club on the historic East End of Charleston to see one of the state’s best collections of unique, high quality, hand-crafted products from over 35 juried artisans, most of whom also participated in the Capitol Street Art Fair.This event continues to grow in popularity as a staple of FestivALL Fall and is a popular stop for early holiday shopping! The fair also includes free make and take activities for children and more. FREE admission. The fair runs from Saturday, 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. to Sunday, 11a.m. - 5 p.m. Make-and-take activities will be provided by Anna Copenhaver, Charleston Parks and Recreation, the East End Family Resource Center, Charleston Arthritis Foundation and Charleston Montessori. This event is made possible by the Charles and Mary Fayne Glotfelty Foundation and EQT Foundation. Artists Bath & Body Hermitage Workshops Wild Mountain Soaps Fine Art: Antique Pet Photos Art of Seth HepCatz Charles Ott Pat Cross Art, LLC Staci Leech-Cornell Furniture: WoodVox Jewelry: Anna Toler-Frazier Beadunique by Kari Coin Rings & Ear Things Connie McColley Handmade Jewelry Machele’s Creations Merideth Young Mud Made Beautiful by Harki Handmade Soulfully Salvaged Paper Arts Teresa Gail Designs The Artisan’s Menagerie Leather: Greenbrier Valley Leather Photography: Kevin Jack Photography Morehead Photography Rick Burgess Photography Pottery: Arts and Thoughts Studio Regina Swim Wingard Pottery Sculpture: Michael Sizemore Seth Morris Specialty Foods: Mountain Momma Organics Plain Jane's Country Cookin' Textiles & Apparel: Clothes for the Soul- Denise Orzanne Gretchen VanNostrand Suzan Morgan Wood: Cartwright's Creations
Hops & Heat Chili Cook-off and Craft Beer Fest
The East End Bazaar will host as a FestivALL Fall event. Hops & Heat is an Appalachian Craft Beer and Chili Cook-off Event celebrating the close of the Open-Air Bazaar season, and will encompass over 30 craft beers from more than 10 Appalachian breweries and crown the Bazaar’s best chili in a chili cook-off competition between 10 + Bazaar cooks.
Festival of Soccer Tournament
Trace Fork Soccer Complex and the Schoenbaum Soccer Complex will be this year's headquarters for WV's premier destination soccer tournament. Last year's event played host 40 teams from 3 different states! This year we are expecting 60 teams from all over the region with divisions for all ages and skill levels. This event will have divisions for Travel and Recreational Youth Soccer teams, along with various Mens', Women's and Co-ed Adult Divisions. For more tournament and registration info, call Quantum Sports center at 304-562-1020
CYAC presents “School Girl Zombies from Hell High”
This high energy spoof of teen beach movies where “even the un-dead have angst” features the ever-present zombie house band, mad scientist, star struck lovers and a host of young, energetic and unusually well choreographed undead. This family friendly fete features such show stopping numbers as “The Science of Love”, “Seventeen”, “Take A Chance,” and the heartbreaking “Better Than Nothing At All”. With music by Mark Scarpelli, choreography by Rob Royce, and book and lyrics by Dan Kehde, “Zombies” is a truly entertaining evening of song and dance.
Between Worlds: The Moth in West Virginia
True Stories. Told Live. West Virginia Public Broadcasting and FestivALL Charleston present The Moth Mainstage Sunday May 29 at The Clay Center in Charleston. Be a part of the storytelling experience, hosted by Ophira Eisenberg. Media Sponsor: WVPB
TASTE welcomes foodies to an indoor/outdoor experience, encouraging ALL to taste the wild and wonderful food of Charleston, WV and the region. Expect delicious tastes, kids activities, live music and more! Time and location: 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. at Four Points by Sheraton & the Kanawha Boulevard ADMISSION: Tastes 1-6 tickets, $0.50 each