Goodfellas: Live Music on Queen's Way
This is Hampton's place for live blues and rock. The crowd is friendly, the service is good, and the shows entertaining. I heard the Blues Cats, who performed a selection of classic blues and rock in fine style. It's a fairly modest, unpretentious place.
Dress Code: Come as you are.
Hampton Coliseum: Arena
With an arena nearly the size of a football field and about 13,000 seats the Coliseum hosts concerts such as Grateful Dead-type shows, an annual jazz and blues festival, conventions, winter ice shows. In addition to the Rolling Stones, Elvis Presley, Bruce Springsteen, Kiss, U2 and the Grateful Dead, the Coliseum has hosted Whitney Houston and Gladys Knight, Dolly Parton and Reba McEntire , David Sanborn and Stevie Wonder, Led Zeppelin and Lynyrd Skynyrd, Prince and Madonna, Sweetpea Whitaker and Muhammad Ali, Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus .
Next month (demonstrating the wide variety of options) is scheduled:
11/04/2004 - 11/05/2004 Benny Hinn Ministries Virginia Domestic Crusade.
11/06/2004 - 11/07/2004 Tyler Perry’s “Why Did I Get Married”
11/11/2004 The Wiggles
11/17/2004 R. Kelly & Jay-Z in Concert The "Best of Both Worlds Tour".
11/19/2004 - 11/21/2004 National Arenacross Series The National Arenacross Motorcycle Racing Series
11/24/2004 Trans-Siberian Orchestra
I've never been there, but I was interested in the architecture. Bob incorrectly idenified it as the Spectrum, which I think is in Philadelphia.
Dress Code: # Alcohol is sold at selected events. Only those persons 21 years of age and older, with proper ID will be served. Please drink responsibly.
# Laser lights are not allowed.
# Smoking is not permitted inside the building.
# Children 2 years of age and up must have a ticket for most events. Children under 2 may sit on a parents lap without a ticket.
Generally, still photography is sometimes allowed; audio and video recorders are not allowed
# All patrons are subject to search.
# No weapons allowed.
# No outside food, beverages, coolers, or bottles allowed.
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CLUBS: PLACES TO HAVE FUN
if you're the type of person who loves going to the clubs or just likes going out w/ a couple of friends to have fun then you should go to VA BEACH or HAMPTON. VA Beach is pretty good w/ their clubs; especially in the spring and summer time ( I recommend you go then, of course). you really wont need to drive your car around town just to see a club because they're pretty much next door to each other. Clubs like Peabody's are popular in VA Beach. Also check out Heartbreak Cafe, Have a Nice Day Cafe, Bar Norfolk, and TBH (The Beach House).
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