It’s that time — Neptune Festival Symphony time

The 9th annual Neptune Festival Symphony by the Sea will take place by the Oceanfront starting July 11. (Southside Daily/courtesy of the Neptune Festival)
The 9th annual Neptune Festival Symphony by the Sea will take place by the Oceanfront starting July 11. (Southside Daily/courtesy of the Neptune Festival)

VIRGINIA BEACH — The 9th annual Neptune Festival Symphony by the Sea Series is returning to Neptune’s Park at the Oceanfront for six nights starting July 11.

“With the Breeden Company’s generous support, we are thrilled to once again make these free concerts available to area residents and visitors,” said Nancy Creech, president and CEO of the Neptune Festival. “Nothing is better than a beautiful night by the beach enjoying the ocean breeze, twinkling stars, and listening to the inspiring music.”

Guests are encouraged to come early, as the concerts are well-attended and typically fill the 31st Street park.

While the concerts are free and open to the public, the Neptune Festival also offers Series VIP Memberships which include reserved seating, valet parking, ticket vouchers for additional VSO and Symphonicity concerts, and a pre-show reception for each concert.

More on the concert series and VIP memberships can be found here.

The concert series will be at Neptune’s Park on 31st and Atlantic from 7:30 to 9 p.m. on the following dates:

  • Thursday July 11 Virginia Symphony Orchestra
  • Thursday July 25 Virginia Symphony Orchestra
  • Thursday Aug. 8 Symphonicity
  • Thursday Aug. 15 Virginia Symphony Orchestra
  • Thursday Aug. 22 Symphonicity
  • Thursday Sept. 5 Virginia Symphony Orchestra

For more information, click here or call 757-498-0215.

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Melanie Occhiuzzo started her professional journalism career at Southside Daily in June of 2018. She has since become a storyteller for the local community with special interest in anything locally-owned or animal related. You can find her running between meetings, researching the latest dog story online or reporting on the local school systems.