FestivALL celebrates its 13th year with 10 days of music, theater, dance, visual art and family fun in Charleston, West Virginia. Experience the arts of ALL kinds during this community wide celebration with over 400 local, national, and international talents that will turn our city into a work of art. See it ALL. Hear it ALL. Experience it ALL. Enjoy it ALL at FestivALL,-- June 16-25, 2017.
Enjoy the Art-for-ALL juried art exhibition with art from over 100 children in grades pre-K through 6 in Boone, Clay, Fayette, Kanawha, Lincoln, and Putnam counties. You may visit during box office hours at the Clay Center for the Arts and Sciences during the installation dates.
Charleston Town Center Mall's teen art search features visual art works by artists in middle school, high school & college, ages 13-23, from Boone, Clay, Fayette, Greenbrier, Kanawha, Lincoln, Putnam, Raleigh & Roane counties. All submitted work will be judged by a panel of professional WV artists, representing the mediums of painting, drawing, photography, graphic art, sculpture & textiles.
Aaron "dizzy doc" Hay will return to the Town Center Mall to construct one of his AMAZING giant balloon sculptures. These sculptures have delighted FestivALL attendees for several years and wow the masses. He will work on this masterpiece until the end of FestivALL.
12-6PM River Queen Cruises
BB Riverboats' River Queen returns to Charleston with 1-1/2 hour sightseeing cruises on the Kanawha River. Enjoy the sights and sounds of FestivALL from a different point of view. The River Queen “River Taxi” makes round trips between Haddad Riverfront Park and the University of Charleston.
Ian Bode, Brian Pickens and friends have teamed up with Elk City Records to present each artist's visual style incorporated onto classic and obscure album cover art. The exhibition will be up for the entirety of FestivALL during Elk City Records hours.
4-6PM Court Street Live!
Grab a seat on the patio of one of our Court St. restaurants and enjoy live music performed by Rubber Soul.
The Pop-Up Gallery will feature a diverse range of engaging and whimsical young artists work for purchase in various media from paint and pastel to collage and clay. All proceeds and donations from the Pop-Up Gallery event will go to Stonewall.
6:30-9:30PM Moses Auto Group Live on the Levee (Venue change: this event will be at Municipal Auditorium, 244 Virginia St. E.)
Enjoy an evening by the Kanawha River for a free Moses Auto Group Live on the Levee concert featuring WV Native and 2010 winner of NBC TV's America's Got Talent, Landau Eugene Murphy Jr. Live on the Levee concerts take place every Friday night from Memorial Day to Labor Day weekends and feature local and regional artists.
Enjoy an evening of blues music and a 1.5 hour cruise down the Kanawha River. Beverages will be offered at a cash bar. Musical guest will be Chris Sutton.
A new rock opera by Mark Scarpelli, Christopher Vincent and Dan Kehde. What happens when an American rock star, son of a slain President, and driven by his overbearing mother, becomes President himself.
Based on the best-selling romantic novel by Robert James Waller, “The Bridges of Madison County”, tells the story of Iowa housewife Francesca Johnson and her life-changing four-day romance with traveling National Geographic photographer Robert Kincaid.