Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater
Region: Princess Anne Corridor, Virginia Beach
The Veterans United Home Loans Amphitheater is an amphitheater that plays large music events in Virginia Beach from National and International recording artists. It is also known as the Virginia Beach Amphitheater and is located perfectly near the sandy beaches of Virginia. Only 10 miles from the Oceanfront Resort area, this amphitheater is the perfect location for tourists and locals to view their favorite stars on stage.
The venue boasts a seating capacity of 20,000 thousand, with a very large rear lawn area that supports huge crowds of dancing feet! The venue also has a huge canopy, closer to the main stage for those that want to escape the summer sun.
The theater was opened in 1996 and has over years, Increased in popularity, due to it's perfect summer location and large seating capacity.
Items ALLOWED to be brought into the venue include:
1 sealed bottle of Water
Food in a clear 1 gallon ziplock plastic bag
Average size Bags/Backpacks (All Bags/Backpacks will be subject to search)
Items NOT-ALLOWED to be brought into venue include (but are not limited to):
Video or Audio Recording
Weapons of any kind
Go Pros & Tablets
Animals ( except service animals)
Heavy traffic into the venue is expected. We strongly recommend early arrival and carpooling when possible. Please check local traffic reports for real time updates.
With an average of 30 national and international recording artists coming each year, this is the place to hear a fantastic concert! Only 10 minutes from the oceanfront!
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Had an amazing time here for my birthday. The venue is so big and gives plenty of room for everyone. It was well put together and clean. The stage was huge and the staff worked really hard to keep everything in place. The only real complaint I have is I bought fast lane passes but apparently they're "only good for the first 5 minutes" which is absolutely ridiculous because I've gone to other venues and never had this issue. But they did work fast to get everyone in orderly and quickly so we didnt miss anything. Overall I'm very pleased with how it turned out, they definitely exceeded my expectations
I had a pretty good experience here. The staff at the concession stands were really nice. I had a water bottle with me that they filled up even though I wasn't buying anything else. The rest of the staff I encountered were all pleasant and smiling as I entered the Pit area for the show. The parking situation, as with all Live Nation venues, still leaves a bit to be desired. Getting in is easy, but getting out is another story all together. As with the others, the crew here could benefit from some training.
VB Local been several times to this venue. Just saw Imagine Dragons July 3rd. It was a phenomenal show!! They made amazing use of the avalible space to give an epic experience to the crowd. The staff assisted us with wheelchair accommodations and assisted my daughter when she got a little over heated with a fan and water. We enjoyed our night. The traffic in and out is a bit crazy, but most concerts have that issue for a sold out show of this size as well. Prices were what you'd see at an amusement park for drinks and snacks, we ate before we went to avoid the up charge. BUT the large sodas are freely refillable.
This is a wonderful venue to see the stars for great prices. We have seen Chris Brown, Janet Jackson, and Journey here all since June 2018. This should give you a great idea of the variety of the acts that perform here. We have sat in the lawn area and the inside stage area. You can see and hear well from both due to the great sound and tv screens. They do have food and drinks such as mixed drinks and nachos, but the prices are steep. This is all around a great venue. Be prepared to do a long walk up a steep hill to get to the lawn and main stage area. You can rent a low green chair for $4 or bring your own. The walk to parking is not well lit, and leaving can be hectic due to the staff's lack of organization and guidance, but it improved each time we went. Make sure to where comfortable walking shoes because it is grass and tree branches you will step on, not a sidewalk. This was a lesson learned after our first show. All in all, a great concert venue. If you are seeing a show, get there early or you will be stuck at the light an hour because it gets congested!