3550 Cellar Door Way Virginia Beach, VA 23456
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.
7:00pm - 10:00pm
7:00pm - 11:00pm
7:30pm - 11:00pm
7:29pm - 10:00pm
7:30pm - 11:00pm
No upcoming events
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