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What's happening in Hampton? If it's fun and exciting, you'll know all about it when you check our regularly updated events calendar. Get the details up to four months in advance and you'll have plenty of time to make your plans and have a good time in Hampton.

September 2018 EVENTS

22 | Southeastern Guns & Knives Show (Sep 22-23)

Southeastern Guns & Knives Show (Sep 22-23)Southeastern Guns and Knives is an organized and legal gun show event that promotes understanding of the shooting sports, appreciation of American history, and an opportunity to view historic and contemporary weapons. A variety of people, from professionals to blue-collar workers, attend gun shows. Gun show patrons attend the shows as collectors, hobbyists, sportsmen, and hunters; many also attend because they are interested in home defense. Children 14 and younger are free and children under 18 must be accompanied by an adult 21 years or older $80.00 per 8 foot table Show Hours: Saturday 9-5 Sunday 10-4

Hampton Roads Convention Center

27 | Shag at the Foodbank

Shag at the FoodbankDance, dine, and donate at the 8th Annual Kiwanis Shag & Seafood Festival, an ALL-YOU-CAN-EAT seafood extravaganza located at the Foodbank! Join in the fun sponsored by Division 13 of the Southeast Region of the Capital District of Kiwanis International.

Foodbank of the Virginia Peninsula (2401 Aluminum Avenue)
$40 advance tickets, $50 at the door

29 | 93rd Running Hampton Cup Regatta (29-30)

93rd Running Hampton Cup Regatta (29-30)Speed into aquatic action as the 93rd Annual Hampton Cup Regatta , the oldest continuously running hydroplane boat race in the country, returns to Mill Creek in Hampton, Virginia. Join over 30,000 spectators for a weekend of on-the-water thrills, chills, and racing excitement.Enjoy a children's area, food vendors, Bay Education, and environmental exhibits.

East Mercury Bridge at Fort Monroe (Mill Creek, Entrance to Fort Monroe in Hampton)
Free Admission

29 | Hampton Arts 31st Anniversary Gala

Join us as Coastal Virginia gathers to celebrate and honor two dynamic individuals with the Coastal Virginia Renaissance Award. This year's recipients: John Lawson II, President and CEO, W.M. Jordan Company and Robert F. Shuford, Sr., Chairman, President & CEO, Old Point Financial Corporation. Both are recognized for their long-term and significant contributions to the performing arts in Hampton Roads and beyond. $250 per person

The American Theatre
Admission Fee