Rock Out at These Concert Venues
From classical jazz and rock-and-roll to modern pop and dance music, your dream concert is closer than you think. Here in the Chesapeake Region, we boast some of the most unique concert venues in the country. Plus, our proximity to Delaware, Virginia, and Washington, D.C. provides even more exciting opportunities to take in a great performance. Here’s a look at some of the area’s most popular concert destinations. They’re just a short drive away, and they’re even easier to get to when you charter a bus!
Concert Venues in Maryland
Local, national and international performers all grace the stage in Maryland, providing one-of-a-kind experiences. The Baltimore area, in particular, offers many options, such as the Rams Head Center Stage at Maryland Live Casino. Or, catch a show at the Pier Six Pavilion. The large outdoor venue features a breathtaking view of Baltimore’s skyline. But, you don’t have to be in a big city to find a great venue. For instance, check out Columbia’s Merriweather Post Pavilion. It’s an outdoor amphitheater between Baltimore and Washington, D.C. that hosts an array of genres. In fact, it’s actually been named one of the best amphitheaters in the United States.
Enjoy Music in Delaware and Virginia
Can’t find a concert in Maryland? Its neighboring states have concert venues that are worth visiting. Take Delaware, for example. Outdoor venues, like Hudson Fields in South Milton and Bottle & Cork at Dewey Beach, are always packed. Or, if you’re looking for an adventure with the kids, head to the Delaware Children’s Theatre in Wilmington. Of course, if you book transportation with Chesapeake Charter, you’ll be able to invite all their friends, too.
All across Virginia, you’ll find hot spots for concertgoers – from outdoor locations to traditional theaters. When you’re in downtown Richmond, visit The National. It’s one of the most historic venues in the state. On the other hand, The Berglund Center in Roanoke offers several venues – the Coliseum, Performing Arts Theatre, Exhibit Hall and Special Events Center. Heading to the beach? Don’t miss The Farm Bureau Live in Virginia Beach. It’s set on the sand and has a 20,000-person seating capacity.
In the Heart of Washington, D.C.
From the big city lights to the major celebrities who perform there, Washington, D.C. is a thrilling place to catch a show. Check out these concert venues that Destination DC says are among the best:
- The 9:30 Club – a standing-room-only site that’s known as “America’s best big room venue”
- The Anthem – a big, yet intimate, concert hall that sells out fast. It was just built in 2017!
- Echostage – the largest indoor concert venue in the District
Make it a Trip to Remember
No matter which concert venue you choose, don’t let the traffic ruin your fun. Allow plenty of time to travel so you arrive safely and don’t miss the show. If you’re heading to a concert with a large group, ditch the caravan idea and let Chesapeake Charter get you there and back. That way, you won’t have to worry about parking and you won’t get separated from your group in a traffic jam. Call us today at 1-800-304-3001 to book your trip. You can also request a quote online when it’s most convenient for you.