Quality Inn & Suites Oceanfront
705 Atlantic Avenue
Virginia Beach, VA 23451
Phone: (757) 428-8935
Fax: (757) 425-2769
Popularly known as the Pavilion Center, this multi-level complex attracts visitors with its unique combination of spacious interiors and premium services. It offers a whopping 516,000 square feet of space, including 150,000 square feet of column-free area. Wireless internet, on-site catering and the latest audio-visual equipment are some of the features of the Virginia Beach Convention Center. Mark your calendar for all the music concerts, exhibitions, conventions, gala dinners and conferences to be held here. And, if you need more information on upcoming events, check the website or call for details.
Give the phrase "dinner and a movie" a whole new meaning at Virginia Beach's Beach Movie Bistro. This theater features seven screens playing the latest blockbusters, both conventional and 3D. Skip the restaurant beforehand, just show up at least 30 minutes early and you can order a meal off their full menu. Enjoy pizza, sliders, salads and of course the traditional movie snacks like popcorn and candy all while being entertained by the latest feature films. To make things even better, the theater also serves beer and wine that you can enjoy during the show.
Aspiring to be one of the best concert venues in America, this place is surely aiming high. The seating arrangement at Verizon Amphitheater is divided into Gold Circle Sections and Regular Reserved Sections. There are special sections catering to the disabled. The Festival Lawn Seating is spread over a gradual slope, resulting in better views of the stage area. You surely won't have difficulty in finding a seat, since there's accommodation for 12,500. Tickets can be arranged for over the phone or through online reservations. Also if you're close to the Amphitheater box office or any of the Ticketmaster Ticket Centers, then it's easy for you to grab some tickets!
The people of Virginia Beach have been entertained by Funny Bone for years now, and have turned this legendary comedy club into a veritable institution. The shows are suited to those over 21 years; also be warned that comedians could poke fun at what you wear, all in good spirit of course! A trip to Funny Bone will not disappoint.
Sandler Center for the Performing Arts is a plush, snazzy cultural venue that has hosted some of the biggest events in arts, dance, music and performing arts. The center is very beautifully built and is equipped with state-of-the-art technology. Popular personalities like Neil Sedaka and Al Jarreau are said to have performed here. There is also eclectic studio theater with banquet facilities that is great for hosting parties and private events. The center also carries out various workshops, lectures and courses in music and dance. Events here include exhibitions, conferences, concerts, summits, community events and so on.
Donzi's is highly famed among the patrons as an eclectic event space. The place is used to conduct events, meetings, shows, concerts and more. With premier lighting and acoustics available here, all the events are exciting and interesting to attend. Donzi's gives you a peek into the culture and explore the artistic leanings of the city.
Housed inside a warehouse, this quirky-named, do-it-yourself venue is a popular spot to catchup on the performances of well-known touring bands. The performances of indie bands like Sundials and Bomb the Music Industry! at this venue has set a precedent for many such bands to stand up and take notice of this intimate venue. Apart from concerts, the venue is also open for art shows, movie screenings and private get-together.
Located within the premises of the Little Creek Naval Amphibious Base, the Gator Theater is a popular entertainment zone that features some of the best movies. From blockbuster hits to off-track movies, here you can enjoy all. The comfy seats and the crystal clear screen technology coupled with the mind-blowing acoustics at the theater promise an unforgettable movie-watching experience to every patron. Call ahead to know about upcoming shows.
The Attucks Theatre is an honored cultural center that has been around since 1919. Since then, the theater has been providing entertainment and culture to the Norfolk community. The Attucks Theatre hosts many shows and events including music recitals, poetry reading, writing competitions, plays and concerts throughout the year.
The elegant 2500-seat Chrysler Hall hosts a variety of theatrical performances and concerts, including the likes of Jerry Seinfeld, the award-winning "Movin' Out," and the Virginia Arts Festival. Opened in 1972, this 2500 seat venue is home to the Virginia Symphony, Norfolk Forum and Broadway at Chrysler Hall. The Hall's beautiful main lobby and two-level grand hall are ideal for special events and receptions.
If variety is what you admire, The Norfolk Scope sure will impress you with its commendable multi-purpose arena. Scope, as the name suggests, serves as a venue for sports events including hockey and basketball; as also it serves as a popular venue for concerts. Whatever the entertainment of the moment may be, you are bound to enjoy every slice of fun that comes with this 12,600-seat venue.
The Harrison Opera House is home to the Virginia Opera and was once used as a USO theater in WWII. Featuring over 1,500 seats, the Opera House also features bars in the Lower and Grand Lobbies. The Opera House has staged performances of such opera classics as Rossini's Barber of Seville, Puccini's Tosca and Verdi's Il Trovatore.