Events at the Portsmouth Art and Cultural Center

EVENTS

The Portsmouth Art & Cultural Center events and activities include First Weekend activities. First Friday and Saturday Activities are Free and open to the public.

First Saturday activities typically feature guest artists and live craft demonstrations.

For more events and activities happening in Portsmouth, please visit PortsVaEvents.com

friday
SEPT 4

5:00 - 8:00 pm

FIRST FRIDAY 
Concert In The Courtyard: H.M. Johnson Band

FIRST FRIDAY
Concert In The Courtyard: H.M. Johnson Band

First Friday - Free Admission

A live concert of swing and blues music by the H.M. Johnson Band. The band has been performing together for over nineteen years. They include Henry Johnson, Carlton Lillard and “Ju-Ju,” who together serve up a savory mix of diverse musical styles sure to please the most discriminating palate.

The Concert in the Courtyard series is headed by PortsEvents, and sponsored by The Portsmouth Partnership, PortsEvents, TowneBank, Portsmouth Economic Development, and the Portsmouth Redevelopment & Housing Authority.

 

friday
OCT 2

5:00 - 8:00 pm

 

FIRST FRIDAY
Concert In The Courtyard: More Cowbell

First Friday - Free Admission

Enjoy an evening of free admission to art exhibits, light refreshments, and live music from More Cowbell, a classic rock band who will rock-around-the-courtyard.

This local group of seven band members includes one of Portsmouth’s First Citizens, Don Comer. Mr. Comer also heads up PortsEvents, which sponsors the Concert in the Courtyard series, along with Towne Bank, Portsmouth Economic Development, The Portsmouth Partnership, and the Portsmouth Redevelopment & Housing Authority.

Parking is free after 6:00 pm



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Mailing Address: 521 Middle Street, Portsmouth, VA 23704
The Portsmouth Art & Cultural Center, housed in the 1846 Courthouse, is devoted to offering quality educational, cultural and aesthetic experiences in the arts through rotating visual art exhibits, lectures, classes and performances.