From live music, to festivals, to special events – Here’s our top picks for can’t-miss things to do in Williamsburg this weekend!

November 1

Jamestown Get Down at Billsburg Brewery brings you live music every Friday night from great local and regional bands. Admission is free and a food trucks will be onsite. Nov 1, 6-9pm Live music performed by Chinese Fire Drill RVA! Billsburg Brewery 2054 Jamestown Rd, Williamsburg, Virginia 23185

Blind and Dirty Live at Cogan’s Friday Nov 1. Show starts at 830pm. Founded in 2014, Blind & Dirty is one of Williamsburg’s favorite hometown bands. Their music features Dead heavy tunes, their live shows are laidback and their jams are tight. Cogan’s Deli & Sports Pub 4324 New Town Ave, Ste C2, Williamsburg, Virginia.

November 2

Williamsburg Farmers Market Visit the Market for local Virginia products including fresh seasonal produce, meats, seafood, baked goods, honey, cheese, cut flowers, handmade soaps, and more. Live music by Luke DeRoy from 9 – 11. To view the complete list of vendors, click here. Saturday, November 2, 2019, 8 AM – 12 PM. Merchants Square- Williamsburg 134 N Henry Street

Erin & The Wildfire Live at Precarious Beer Hall. Enjoy a pint of Precarious’ top brews with live music from Erin & The Wildfire. Erin & the Wildfire combine elements of funk, soul, and R&B into a unique experience for fans. 9pm, $5. Precarious Beer Hall 110 S. Henry St., Williamsburg, Virginia 23188

Peace Hill Farm, Fiber and Craft Festival Local fiber producers, crafters and artists are brought together to display and sell their wares, demonstrating their skills and educating the visiting public about natural fibers and crafts. The Fiber and Craft Festival features local fiber and craft vendors, an apple pie contest; crochet, knitting, and hand-spinning demonstrations and teaching session; facility and farm tours, children’s activities, plus live music by The Donnybrooks Band and food catered by Culture Cafe. Admission to the Festival is FREE! Marketplace Stalls and Events: 10 AM-4 PM, The Bed & Breakfast at Peace Hill, 18401 The Glebe Lane Charles City, Virginia 23030

November 3

Virginia Thanksgiving Festival. Come celebrate the 400th anniversary of the First English Speaking Thanksgiving with our annual festival at Berkeley Plantation! The festival runs from 11am-4pm. There will be music, activities for kids, re-enactors, food and craft vendors. Moderated by Tim Timberlake with special guest speakers Charles Berkeley of Berkeley Castle in England and former Governor Gerald Baliles. Berkeley Plantation 12602 Harrison Landing Rd, Charles City, Virginia 23030

All Weekend Nov 1-3

Williamsburg Greek Festival Wonderful event for the whole family including Authentic Greek dishes and pastries, Dancing, Shopping, Drinks available for 21+ Friday 11 am – 9 pm, Saturday 11 am -9 pm and Sunday 12-7 pm. Free admission! Saint Demetrios Greek Orthodox Church – Williamsburg, VA 4900 Mooretown Rd, Williamsburg, Virginia 23188

The Comedy of Lady Macbeth Enjoy a comedic retelling of Shakespeare’s classic tragedy, Lady Macbeth. Directed by Sam Terry and Margot Flanders. Ticket prices: $4 with W&M Student or Faculty ID, $6 for General Public
Friday, November 1 at 7:30pm / Sunday, November 3 at 2pm / Monday, November 4 at 7:30pm. Commonwealth Auditorium (Sadler Center) 200 Stadium Dr, Williamsburg, Virginia 23185


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