To ensure the safety of our residents and visitors, many attractions and events have been impacted, and in most cases, cancelled or closed. As many of us stay home during these unprecedented times, Fairfax County is offering ways to serve you, feed you, and keep you entertained. Learn More
Sure, our neighbor to the east has big-city concert and music venues like the Capital One Arena, but Fairfax County and Northern Virginia has a number of renowned and unique concert and performance venues that can go toe-to-toe with the big shows downtown.
Musical acts and theatrical performances heat up the stages at venues like George Mason University's EagleBank Arena and Wolf Trap, and national recording artists perform to audiences at smaller, more intimate venues like Jammin' Java and The State Theatre. In fact, an interesting tidbit about Jammin' Java: this family-owned music venue and cafe is consistently ranked by Pollstar as one of the Top 100 Venues in the world according to ticket sales, selling the most tickets of any club of the same size anywhere!
From rock and pop concerts and incredible theatre performances to kid-friendly shows and even free outdoor events, you'll be sure to find it in Fairfax County.