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- The Summer Festival of the Arts in Blacksburg, presented by the School of Performing Arts at Virginia Tech and the city of Blacksburg, offers a variety of free activities for all ages.
- The festival includes outdoor concerts on Friday nights, classical music concerts on Thursday nights, classic movies, visual arts, storytelling sessions, workshops, and more.
- All events are free and open to the public. To stay updated, sign up for weekly updates or visit their website for more information.
BLACKSBURG, VA – Summer Arts Festival at Virginia Tech is back and promises to be bigger and better than ever before. The festival, which is a collaborative effort between Virginia Tech and the Town of Blacksburg, offers a wide range of entertainment, activities, and opportunities to enjoy the summer weather.
This year’s Summer Arts Festival runs from June 1 to August 31 and features an impressive lineup of musicians, artists, performers and more. Among the many highlights, attendees can look forward to live music performances in a variety of genres, including jazz, bluegrass, rock, and classical music.
The festival also features an extensive art exhibition, showcasing works by Virginia Tech students and faculty alongside regional and national artists. The exhibition includes a wide range of media, including photography, sculpture, painting, printmaking, and more.
Those looking for a more interactive experience can take part in a variety of workshops and demonstrations offered throughout the festival. These workshops cover a wide range of topics, including pottery, drawing, dance, and even food and drink pairings.
Perhaps best of all, all of these events and activities are offered free of charge, making the Summer Arts Festival a truly accessible and inclusive celebration for all to enjoy. With so much to see, do, and experience, there’s something for everyone at the Summer Arts Festival at Virginia Tech. So, grab your sunscreen and enjoy a summer day filled with music, art, and fun!