Sections of classical ballets will be performed alongside contemporary works to show how multifaceted the dance world has become. The different ballets will be set on as well as choreographed by Roanoke Ballet Theatre’s own professional dancers. At just $8 per ticket, these are shows you do not want to miss! Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
ADMISSION | $5 | DRINK TICKETS | $4 | Credit & cash LOCATION | 1514 Grandin Rd. (Old Texaco Gas station)
The Bell Hornets is an electric rock and blues band playing high energy, house rockin,' stand-up-and-dance music in the great power trio tradition. If you love cool Blues and hot guitars, we've got you covered on Stevie, Buddy, Muddy, Johnny, Jimi, Eric, three guys named King, and many others from Allman to ZZ, Mississippi to Chicago, and Texas to the Piedmont.
Rhythm, Blues, and Soul performer Hoppie Vaughan has been igniting and expanding the live music scene in Roanoke, Virginia since 1996. As a full-time singer, songwriter, guitar player, bass player, and entertainer, Hoppie and his impressive group, the Ministers of Soul, are the house band on Wednesday nights from 8-11 p.m. at Blue 5, an upscale live music venue and restaurant in Downtown Roanoke.
Hoppie’s 7th album, “Patient Man” was released in June, 2018. With nine originals and only one cover, there isn’t a bad or even average track on this gem.
The Floorboards are an American roots rock ensemble hailing from the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia.
The Floorboards released their second studio album, Borrowed Moon, on November 21, 2017. Borrowed Moon finds the Roanoke, VA based band delicately walking a line between singer/songwriter, Matt Browning’s, evocative lyrics and guitarist/songwriter, Chris Blankenship’s, tastefully blistering guitar work.
The crew at Chaos Mountain doesn’t take anything too seriously, except making high quality, enjoyable craft beer. From easy drinking session beers to big, intense Belgian style ales, rotating seasonals and limited release barrel aged brews, they offer something that just about everyone will enjoy!
Olde Salem has one goal in mind — to make thoughtfully crafted beer worth sharing and enjoying with others. At Olde Salem Brewing Co., every beer achieves that elusive, craft-defining balance of full-flavored, yet innovative taste — even their simplest selections.
O’Connor Brewing Co. is all about having fun, building a strong community, and hand-crafting unique, innovative products—in other words, brewing great beer.
O’Connor beer drinkers come from all walks of life, but what brings them together is a love of the small, simple joys in life. They appreciate the O’Connor brand for its approachability and authenticity. They value its independent spirit, that it remains family owned and operated, and its support of the local community.
Born in a Charlottesville music hall in 1999, Starr Hill Brewery was founded out of a passion for great beer and live music. Among the most award-winning craft breweries on the East Coast, Starr Hill has won 22 Great American Beer Festival, World Beer Cup and Great British Beer Festival medals.
As the second oldest craft brewery in Virginia, Starr Hill has led the way as a pioneer in the industry, helping to lay the groundwork for the growing craft beer community in the region. The brewery and Tap Room are still based there today. The new Pilot Brewery & Side Stage in Roanoke is the latest expansion into brewing new beers and showcasing new music.
Two Roosters Kettle Corn and Coffee Company will be poppin' it up and Cool Blue Ice Cream Co. will be chillin' with us as well. Face painting for all ages by Lib's Lab Entertainment. Judd's Big Fun Events will have large street games, a bouncy house and more; plus free sidewalk chalk galore!
This year Roanoke Ballet Theatre is excited to present four smaller shows during our Black Box Series on September 29th, November 10th, February 16th, and April 27th at 8:00 pm. These 30-40 minute shows will demonstrate the versatility of ballet in an intimate setting at our main studio at 1318 Grandin Road, SW. The April 27th performance will be held at Mill Mountain Theatre’s Trinkle Mainstage.
A unique tour around Grandin Village featuring fresh, seasonal local ingredients cooked in a gourmet lunch for you by a personal chef!
OCTOBER 13 | 9:30 AM - 12:30 PM
We’ve all heard the phrase farm-to-table. This tour offers a fun, interactive culinary experience from this truly local idea. The great news is the chefs at Rockfish Food & Wine Restaurant are ready to accept the challenge. The culinary adventure will be different every time due to the changing seasonal ingredients and the creations of our chef.
Together we visit and explore the Grandin Village Farmers Market. Here we’ll meet enthusiastic local farmers and pick up some of the freshest and tasty in-season ingredients. Then the chef prepares a wonderful gourmet lunch using those ingredients at Rockfish.
While our chef prepares your lunch, we’ll explore the charm and quirkiness of historic Grandin Village. You may ask, where did the name “Grandin” come from? Who created all this wonderful public art? We have these answers and so much more. We just love Grandin Village and you will too.
We’ll finish back at Rockfish with our wonderful hosts and all our new friends for a shared meal made with love and care!We believe in feeding the stomach, brain and soul! That’s our recipe for a memorable and tasty group adventure that’s different and unexpected each time!
- Tours are the 2nd Saturday of each month through November
- Hosted by the amazing chefs and staff at Rockfish Food & Wine Restaurant.
- Fun and interactive, meet the farmers and your personal group chef!
- Glass of wine with lunch is available - see ticket option.
Advance tickets/reservations are needed. This event has LIMITED accessibility for guests with mobility disabilities or wheelchairs.
We meet inside Rockfish Food & Wine at 1402 Grandin Road. On Saturdays curbside parking is permitted in and around Grandin Village. It may be busy, but we know you can do it! Be certain not to park in any business parking lots.
The Grandin Village Community Market (GVCM) supports local, sustainable agriculture by connecting the public with local farmers and food producers. The Grandin Village Market accepts and doubles SNAP-EBT benefits up to $30.
The GVCM features 100% locally produced products with an emphasis on organic, sustainable, and humane producers, products, and practices. All products are produced within 100 miles of the market location, with the exception of regional seafood from Virginia and North Carolina waters (only if the vendor is local) and coffee (only if the roaster is local).
Currently the Grandin Village Community Market is comprised of 18 farmers and food producers (layout is below!) featuring certified and non-certified organic veggies, fruit, herbs, seasonal seedlings, cheese, pasture raised/grass-fed chicken, beef, pork, and lamb, regional seafood, locally roasted coffee, artisan homemade breads, muffins, baked goods, hot-prepared foods, and fresh-cut flowers.
The Grandin Chillage is a full service event designed to bring the community together through good music, cold drinks, great company and positive vibes! This past season we have made it a family-friendly event as well.
This outdoor event takes place at 1514 Grandin Road, the site of the former Texaco. A local craft brewery is featured, with Sangria, imported wines and Bud Light also served. Two Roosters Kettle Corn, Cool Blue Ice Cream and a local Food Truck provide some good fixin's! Local bands offer a variety of music from rock to blues to reggae.
Regular season hours are from 6 - 9 pm on selected Friday nights, with a grand finale of a ChillageFest in October which lasts from 2 - 9 pm and features a variety of bands throughout the day and evening, along with a selection of local breweries.
Children 12 and under are free, and all children 18 and under must be accompanied by an adult. Leashed dogs are welcome. We hope to see you at the next Chillage!