Christmas in November WinterFest

200 high quality crafters set up booths inside Wheeling's WesBanco Arena. It is a wonderful way to get you and your family in a holiday mood. Beautiful handmade items, some truly one of a kind, are available for purchase as reasonable prices. Make sure you put Wheeling's Christmas in November at WesBanco Arena on your things to do this coming holiday season, you will be glad you did.

Wheeling’s Vintage Race Boat Regatta

The 2016 Regatta will celebrate our 11th year and build on our past success from previous years. Be sure to watch our website for the latest announcements. As always, the Regatta features FREE ADMISSION for all public events. Come to the Regatta and see the beautiful wooden hydroplanes and raceboats up close. Watch them run on the Ohio River at speeds between 60 and 140 mph! Learn about how these boats were built in their "glory days" from the 1920's to the mid 1980's. Find out who the famous boat builders were and the differences among them. Learn about the aerodynamics, engineering and physics of boat racing.

4th of July Celebration at Oglebay

Events are held throughout the beautiful 1700 acre resort. Live music, crafts and food to suit everyone's taste. Fireworks at the resort's Schenk Lake are set for July 3rd.

Wheeling Nailers Vs Norfolk Admirals

Wheeling Nailers VS. Norfolk Admirals at 4:05 PM. Promotion: Family Funday & Pucks ‘N Pups McDonald’s $5 Kids Tickets, Post Game Skate with the Team (Odd Numbered Players), Bring your dog to the game. Wheeling's professional hockey team, a proud affiliate of the Pittsburgh Penguins, is celebrating its 25th year playing in Wheeling. Join us as we cheer the Nailers to victory.

Wheeling Celtic Celebration

The 20th Annual Wheeling Celtic Celebration will be here before you know it! With some new faces in this familiar place we want to introduce you to our closing act first! The Bastard Bearded Irishmen are bringing their Irish-rock flavor from Pittsburgh to the Wheeling Artisan Center on March 5th from 9:30pm-11pm!

First Fridays in Wheeling

On the first Friday of every month, Ohio Valley residents are encouraged to visit Wheeling’s downtown area to support local businesses, shops, restaurants, and venues. In return, business owners offer special entertainment and deals so you can enjoy a fun, affordable night out in Wheeling. A FREE trolley runs from 4:30 to 10:30 p.m. throughout Downtown for your convenience and safety. The trolley stops at 10 locations between Uncle Pete’s and Centre Market, running on a 20-minute loop. FOOD & DRINK SPECIALS, ENTERTAINMENT AND MORE THROUGHOUT DOWNTOWN! Some specials are only available for First Fridays, so don't miss out! FREE TROLLEY SHUTTLE 4:30-10:30 p.m.

Wheeling Nailers VS. Reading Royals

Biker Night & Wing Fest April Fool’s Day Motorcycle Ride from Valley Harley Davidson to the game, April Fool’s Day Game Used Ice Giveaway (first 2,000 fans)

Stifel Presents: “The Art of Wine” Tasting

Discover new wines with live music and a five course dinner in a laid-back, engaging atmosphere. Learn fascinating wine facts from presenters and tour the art gallery.

Honky Tonk Sweethearts – “A Homecoming Christmas”

The Ohio Valley’s own Honky Tonk Sweethearts return with a heartwarming Christmas show that also pays tribute to our military troops serving at home and abroad. Don’t miss this incredible quartet with some special friends to help you get ready for the holidays!

Capitol Theatre: He’s Alive! Passion Play

The inspiring musical passion play. These free performances are a perfect event for Palm Sunday weekend.

Towngate Theatre Presents: Harvey

Elwood P. Dowd insists on including his imaginary friend Harvey, a six-and-a-half-foot-tall rabbit, in all of his sister Veta’s social gatherings. To avoid future embarrassment, she has Elwood committed to a sanitarium. Problems arise when Veta is mistakenly assumed to be on the fringe of lunacy when describing her own visions of Harvey. The doctors commit Veta instead of Elwood, but when the truth comes out, the search is on for Elwood and his invisible companion who have a surprising influence on all who encounter them.

Wheeling Film Society: Hamlet

The Wheeling Film Society presents Hamlet. Free screening, 3:00 pm at Towngate Theatre. Intermission and optional buffet dinner from 5:00-6:30 pm ($12.50 charge for dinner. Limited seats, reservations requested.) Discussion of the movie takes place at noon April 26 at the Ohio County Public Library.

Capitol Theatre: Time for Three

Time for Three defies any classification, happily and infectiously with a mix of virtuosity and showmanship. They share a special relationship with the Wheeling Symphony since they have returned to play with the orchestra twice since their first performance early in their career. Hear, see and be swept up in the force of their contagious energy as they play everything from bluegrass and folk tunes to mash-ups of hits by the Beatles, Kanye West, Katy Perry, Justin Timberlake and others. “Simply put, they’re a knockout! Time for Three is the future of music.” – Sir Simon Rattle.

Capitol Theatre: John Mellencamp “Plain Spoken” Tour

John Mellencamp Resumes Critically Acclaimed Plain Spoken Tour Carlene Carter Returns to Support All Dates New York, NY (Jan. 25, 2016) – “A triumphant, career-spanning show (Hollywood Reporter)”, “superb performance…still full of fiery defiance (Boston Globe)” and “as a performer, he delivered on every level (Dallas Morning News)” are just a few of the vivid descriptions attributed to John Mellencamp’s 80-date Plain Spoken Tour of 2015. On the strength of critical praise and high fan demand, the multiple Grammy Award winner and Rock and Roll hall of famer is set to resume the renowned tour with support artist Carlene Carter starting on April 1 at the Brady Theater in Tulsa, OK. The tour will see Mellencamp hitting 13 all-new cities and performing songs from 2015’s Plain Spoken, his 22nd studio album and one of the most lauded in his 40-year career, as well as his catalog of fan favorites. Praised as “stark, soul-baring (Billboard)” and drawing comparison to Bob Dylan’s Grammy-winning album ‘Blood on the Tracks,’ Plain Spoken draws on timely themes including political and social injustice, further cementing Mellencamp’s status as “arguably the most important roots rocker of his generation (Billboard).” Carlene Carter, daughter of June Carter Cash, opens the show each evening.

WJU Performance Art Series: Cabaret

“It was the end of the world…” Willkommen to Berlin! American writer, Cliff Bradshaw, arrives in Berlin in 1929, on the eve of a new year and a new regime in Germany. Centered in the deliciously raunchy and seedy nightclub, the Kit Kat Klub, Cabaret follows Cliff and the 19-year-old English cabaret performer Sally Bowles, navigating their relationship, their dreams and their limitations in a world permeated by politics, economics, and sexuality. It also follows the doomed romance between boarding house owner Fräulein Schneider and her suitor, Herr Schultz, a Jewish fruit vendor, which cannot seem to survive in the impending colder, terrifying Germany. The Emcee oversees the action as the Master of Ceremonies at the Kit Kat Klub as well as the parallel journey as Nazi Germany rises to power. Based on John Van Druten’s play I Am a Camera and Christopher Isherwood’s Goodbye to Berlin, with lyrics by Fred Ebb and music by John Kander and book by Joe Masteroff. Cabaret is intended for mature audiences. The Performing Arts Series is made possible in part by the generous financial support of the WJU Student Government Association.

Capitol Theatre: Celtic Woman

Celtic Woman is an all-female Irish musical ensemble conceived and created by David Kavanagh, Sharon Browne[1][2] and David Downes, a former musical director of the Irish stage show Riverdance.[3][4] In 2004, he recruited five Irish female musicians who had not previously performed together: vocalists Chloë Agnew, Órla Fallon, Lisa Kelly and Méav Ní Mhaolchatha, and fiddler Máiréad Nesbitt, and shaped them into the first line-up of the group that he named "Celtic Woman." Downes chose a repertoire that ranged from traditional Celtic tunes to modern songs.