Charlottesville City Market

Charlottesville City Market

April – December
Charlottesville, Va

The Charlottesville City Market is held every Saturday from 7:00am till noon from April through December, in Downtown Charlottesville at Water Street and South Street between 1st and 2nd.

The City Market features over 100 diverse vendors who offer fresh produce, herbs, plants, grass-fed meats, crafts, baked goods and more.

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FreeFall Music and Art Festival in Charlottesville, Va

Freefall Music & Art Festival

September 2nd – October 28th
Charlottesville, Va

Come to Charlottesville’s IX Art Park every Saturday from September 2nd through October 28th for the Freefall Music & Art Festival presented by WTJU 91.1 FM and the IX Art Park. Formerly known as the Levitt AMP Charlottesville Music Series, each Saturday night festival will feature FREE outdoor live music, art, local brews, and food trucks.

Black Masala will open the show on September 2nd and the following lineup promises to feature a diverse roster of genres.

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Virginia Film Festival - Event in Charlottesville

Virginia Film Festival

November 9th – 12th
Charlottesville, Va

The Annual Virginia Film Festival takes place this year on November 9th – 12th. Presented by Charlottesville’s UVA, the Virginia Film Festival takes place at venues throughout Charlottesville.

Featuring a program of films, parties, and panel discussions,  over 70 films to be screened and more than 80 guest artists and speakers are expected to participate. All panels are free, open to the public and present a rich array of discussions addressing both high and low budget filmmaking.

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First Night Virginia in Charlottesville

First Night Virginia 2018

December 31st
Charlottesville, VA

Back for its 36th annual year, is Charlottesville’s First Night Virginia! Taking place Saturday, December 31st, the event will feature many family-friendly activities on and around the historic Downtown Mall.

This annual “community celebration of the arts” began in Charlottesville in 1982 and is the second oldest First Night in the country.

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