American Music Festival

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Have you made plans for Labor Day Weekend? If you’re a music lover of any kind, you’ll enjoy the American Music Festival on September 29 to September 2. It will be quite an affair, as it’s one of the country’s largest outdoor oceanfront music events. Dozens of well-known recording artists will perform, including legends like the Beach Boys, Willie Nelson and Sheryl Crow. The roster of performances features almost every type of music genre. In addition to the music and great view, the gala will include food and music-themed vendors.

Hours are 1 p.m. to 11 p.m. Admission to concerts at the 5th Street Stage starts at individual tickets for $20 or a 3-day pass for $40. Concerts are free of charge at the 17th, 24th and 31st Street Stages.

Hot Tuna

When you’re in town for the festival, take advantage of having access to world-class restaurants. Because Virginia Beach is a coastal city, it’s known for fresh seafood. One eatery option is Hot Tuna, which serves up seafood caught across the street in the Chesapeake Bay. The food is outstanding, and the service is enthusiastic. You’ll find it at 2817 Shore Drive.

Stay With Us

Be sure to schedule your beach vacations before school resumes. Consider a camping trip. It involves spending quality time together, which fosters bonding and generates fond memories that last a lifetime. When you factor in the outdoor recreation that promotes relaxation, revitalization and renewal, you get quite a special experience.

The amenities at Virginia Beach KOA will provide endless hours of family fun. In addition to swimming in our two pools or flying down our giant waterslide, you can engage in an array of activities, games and exciting zipline adventure.

Between now and August 28, take advantage of our summer tent deal. When you enjoy three nights of tent camping, you get a fourth night free. Tenting not your style?  We have plenty of first-rate RV sites, as well as luxurious Deluxe Cabins and more rustic Camping Cabins. Learn more on our website.

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