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What's happening in Hampton? If it's fun and exciting, you'll know all about it when you check our regularly updated events calendar. Get the details up to four months in advance and you'll have plenty of time to make your plans and have a good time in Hampton.
Events

April 2018 EVENTS


06 | World Class Gymnastics Region 7 Level 8 Regional Championships

Hosted by World Class Gymnastics

Boo Williams Sportsplex
$10, Children 4-17 & Seniors $6, Children 3 and Under Free
757/637-7300
http://www.worldclassgym.com

07 | Magic with Mark Nizer

Expect the impossible! World-class juggler and comedian Mark Nizer incorporates amazing technology with special 4D glasses for a live performance that reaches right into the audience. This spellbinding performance will mesmerize kids and adults alike with his world-renowned skills — unlike anything you’ve ever seen before.

The American Theatre
$10
757/722-2787
https://www.hamptonarts.net/

13 | Pump Boys and Dinettes (April 13-15)

Are you ready for a high-octane evening of musical theater? Broadway at the American kicks off with the Tony Award-nominated tribute to the sounds of the Grand Ole Opry. The ‘Pump Boys’ work hard on Highway 57, while ‘Dinettes’ Prudie and Rhetta Cupp run the Double Cupp diner next door. Together, they fashion an evening of boot stomping country western songs that received unanimous raves when it originally premiered on and off-Broadway. With heartbreak and hilarity, these versatile performers kick up their heels on guitars, piano, bass and, yes, even kitchen utensils! Friday, Apr 13, 2018 • 8:00pm, Saturday, Apr 14, 2018 • 8:00pm, Sunday, Apr 15, 2018 • 2:00pm

The American Theatre
$45/$35
757/722-2787
https://www.hamptonarts.net/

14 | International Children’s Festival

International Children’s Festival     Travel around the world during the International Children's Festival. Enjoy the rich array of sights, sounds, and tastes of distant lands that will captivate the senses of children and adults alike. Experience the beauty and wonder of exotic places as over 35 countries and cultures showcase their unique heritages and again this year there will be animals from around the world with a chance to ride a camel. Free admission, food & beverages available for purchase. International and child themed vendors will be in attendance.

Downtown Hampton
Free Admission
757/727-8311
http://hampton.gov/1187/Parks-Recreation

15 | 2018 Love Fest

We are celebrating the 6 Years of Health and Fitness at the 2018 LOVE Fest!!! With over 100 Zumba and MixxedFit instructors coming together to rock the stage and celebrate fitness, music, culture, and comradery!!! Last year we had over 1400 attendees and can't wait to dance with you all again!

Hampton Roads Convention Center
$15 in advance, $20 at the door
757/739-5683

20 | Pump Boys and Dinettes (April 20-22)

Are you ready for a high-octane evening of musical theater? Broadway at the American kicks off with the Tony Award-nominated tribute to the sounds of the Grand Ole Opry. The ‘Pump Boys’ work hard on Highway 57, while ‘Dinettes’ Prudie and Rhetta Cupp run the Double Cupp diner next door. Together, they fashion an evening of boot stomping country western songs that received unanimous raves when it originally premiered on and off-Broadway. With heartbreak and hilarity, these versatile performers kick up their heels on guitars, piano, bass and, yes, even kitchen utensils!

The American Theatre
$45/$35
757/722-2787
https://www.hamptonarts.net/

21 | Phoebus Spring Fling

On April 21, historic Phoebus will transform into a vibrant outdoor street festival featuring handmade arts and crafts, community exhibits, food trucks, live music and craft beer.

Monitor Lodge (212 E Mellen Street)
The Spring Fling is free and open to the public. Craft Beer Festival - $25 per person (Must be 21-years old or above)
757/727-831
http://www.phoebusvaevents.com

21 | Hampton Heritage Day

Join in commemorating the melding of the Native American, European and African cultures that have come together to shape our community. Enjoy presentations and performances that will take place on a stage throughout the day as well as other activities in and around Carousel Park in Downtown Hampton, such as hands-on family activities, cultural displays and demonstrations, traditional dance and music, food, heritage arts & crafts, and more to honor those who came before us.

Carousel Park
Free and open to the public
757-727-1610
http://www.hamptonhistorymuseum.org

28 | Sandra Monica Blvd: Coast to Coast

Get ready for a wild ride! Sandra Bernhard wears many hats: comedian, chanteuse, actress, and Sirius/XM radio host… but one thing that ties them all together is her brand of humor that is uniquely Sandy. In her latest show, she’ll take you on a journey to find America’s soul while weaving in a soundtrack “that you might hear on an AM radio station you pick up from Oklahoma.” With a career that began at L.A.’s famous Comedy Store, Sandra Bernhard has written and starred in numerous one-woman shows, acted in movies and on television, recorded albums (including the Grammy-nominated Without You I’m Nothing) and authored books. Personally provocative and deeply emotional, this will be one unforgettable performance.

The American Theatre
$65/$55
757/722-2787
https://www.hamptonarts.net/