Showing posts from September, 2019

Murder Mystery Dinner Show

You’ll find many places in Virginia Beach where you can have a lovely dinner, but there is only one place to have a uniquely hilarious time while feasting on a four-course meal ⁠— the Dinner Detective. Here, actors hidden in the audience orchestrate an interactive comedy, where “detectives” help patrons solve a murder mystery. The top sleuth is awarded a prize. What a hoot!

Tickets for the dinner and mystery combo are $60. Shows run from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. every other Saturday night. The location of the Dinner Detective is 1900 Pavilion Drive. Visit the website for tickets.
Cape Henry Collegiate Race
Walkers and runners of all fitness levels will enjoy participating in the Cape Henry Collegiate Race on October 12. The 5K Run/Walk and Dolphin Double Challenge begin at 8 a.m., while the 1-Mile Run/Walk starts at 9:15. All participants who finish will receive a medal.
Tickets purchased by September 30 range from $25 to $50. Afterward, they'll range from $25 to $55.
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Bands & BBQ

On October 26, join us at the campground for a special event called Bands & BBQ. While listening to popular local bands entertain, you can chow down on food from Red River Smokehouse BBQ, A Bite of Maine and other eateries. Good music and delicious food is an unbeatable combination.

Registered campers get a special deal that weekend: Buy one night, and get the second for only $25, along with free admission to the event.
Classic Car Cruise-In
Vintage cars in all their glory will be on display on October 5 at the Atlantic Shores Classic Car Cruise-In. The event will include live music. Come browse through the vehicles and vote for your favorite.
Admission is free. Hours are from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. The location is 1200 Atlantic Shores Drive.
Friendly Reminders
It’s not too late to plan a camping trip on September 27 to 29, so you’ll be in town for all the big doings associated with the Neptune Festival. These include a sandsculpting competition, art show, parade, boat regatta and much more…

October Fall Family Festival Weekends

Many people feel there is no more magical time of the year than fall, when the air is crisp and trees are ablaze with vibrantly colored foliage. Savor this special season with a camping trip on one of the Halloween/Fall Family Festival weekends, scheduled on October 4 to 6 and October 18 to 20. 

The activities will vary a bit but will include things such as hay-wagon rides, pumpkin picking, painting, music, costumes, plenty of candy “opportunities” for the kids and so much more.

Plus, take advantage of our great deal: Buy one night, and get the second night for only $25 (cabins or campsites).
Oceana Air Show
On September 21 and 22, you can watch thrilling flight demonstrations and parachuting feats at the annual Oceana Air Show. Attendance is a must for aviation buffs because in addition to the performances, the event will feature historical and contemporary aircraft displays.
Be sure and bring the children, so they can participate in KidsFest at the Air Show. For a $10 admission fee, they…

More on the Neptune Festival

Last week, we talked about some of the features of the upcoming Neptune Festival, such as the Sandsculpting Championships. However, because it’s such a major event, it involves so much more. Here’s the scoop on what else to anticipate during this fabulous gala on the last weekend of September.

Take a break from boardwalk activities to watch the Atlantic Regatta on September 28. From 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., boats will race across the water from Cape Henry to Rudee Inlet. You can view the exciting finish from the 24th Street Park.
The Neptune’s 8K Run offers a course with a beautiful ocean view for running, jogging or walking. After you cross the finish line, you can celebrate at the post-race party at the 31st Street Park. The race is free for spectators and $40 to $50 for participants.It will be held on September 28 from 6:30 a.m. to 11 a.m.
Yet there’s more! Another part of the festival is the Volleyball Tournament on September 28 and 29 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The location is the beach between…