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!
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.
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!
Celebrate D & E’s Arts, a presentation of Davis & Elkins College’s performing arts, along with displays and demonstrations of students’ work in the visual arts, will begin at 7 p.m. Tuesday, March 28 in The Joni and Buck Smith Arts Forum in Myles Center for the Arts. Student performances are scheduled by the Davis & Elkins College Concert Choir, the Theatre Department and Appalachian Ensemble. Afterward, guests are invited to a student art exhibit, studio tours and screen printing demonstrations in the lower level of Myles Center for the Arts. The event, which is free and open to the public, is part of the five-day celebration marking the inauguration of the College’s 15th President Chris A. Wood.