Many events at FestivALL are FREE and others are offered at a reasonable cost. For ticketed events, please follow the links below:
FestivALL Fall Tickets Available Now:
American Shakespeare Center presents The Comedy of Errors October 19, 7:30pm at the Clay Center -- In this rollicking farce, Shakespeare elevates Roman comedy to dizzying heights. Two long-separated twins, their two tricky servants (also twins), a jealous wife, and her lovelorn sister romp through this fast-paced comedy. Tickets $10-$25. Available in person at the Clay Center box office, online, or by calling 304-561-3570. Fees will apply when purchasing by phone or online. Student pricing and group options available. Doors open at 7pm for pre-show entertainment.
Tickets for 10:00am Student Show are also available. Click here for more details.
Hops & Heat October 20, 2-6pm at the East End Bazaar -- an Appalachian Craft Beer and Chili Cookoff Event, will encompass over 80 craft beers from more than 20 Appalachian breweries and crown the Bazaar’s best chili in a chili cookoff competition between 10+ Bazaar cooks. Tickets: $35, non drinker tickets $20. Click here to purchase yours today!
An Evening with West Virginia Dance Company October 20, 7pm at the Culture Center. Enjoy several pieces including “Catching Light” – a colorful and rhythmic spectacle inspired by WV artist Ron Hinkle’s glassmaking. Tickets: $15 online, at the door the night of the show, or in advance at Taylor Books at 225 Capitol Street. Discounts available to dance schools coming as groups. Call 304-470-0489.
Acoustic Guitar Night October 20, 7pm at the Clay Center -- Featuring music by guitarists Don Ross, Ian Ethan Case, and Spencer Elliott. Tickets $20 Available in person at the Clay Center box office, online, or by calling 304-561-3570. Fees will apply when purchasing by phone or online.
Charleston Chamber Music Society presents Dover String Quartet, Sunday, October 21, 2pm. A classical string quartet recital featuring traditional Quartet repertoire. Tickets: $20 at door or season ticket holders. www.charlestonchambermusic.org
Mountain Stage with host Larry Groce October 21, 7pm at the Culture Center -- West Virginia Public Broadcasting produces this live music radio show and is distributed by NPR on over 240 stations nationwide and overseas. Be a part of the audience when Larry Groce welcomes the Bottle Rockets, Amy Helm, John R. Miller and more to the Mountain Stage. Click here to purchase Tickets: $20 in advance, $30 day of show.