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FestivALL welcomes you to enjoy a little bit of it ALL in Charleston, WV. Many events at FestivALL are FREE and others are offered at a reasonable cost.

We aim to make all events accessible. If you have questions or need accommodations, please contact us at (304) 470-0489 in advance. We will be happy to assist you!

Mountain Stage with We Banjo 3, Southern Avenue, and more!

June 19, 7PM at the Culture Center Theater

Be a part of the live audience as Mountain Stage records a fresh episode for NPR Music with host Kathy Mattea. 

Featuring We Banjo 3, Southern Avenue, Lilli Lewis and more!
Tickets: $25-$35

Three Things: Season 7, Episode 5

June 22, 7PM at the Capitol Market

Season 7, Episode 4 will feature Lady D, Louis Argento and Amanda Jane. Join us as they share their firsts, favorites and futures as professionals in West Virginia.

The Wake Up Call: A West Virginia Hero’s Life

June 23, 6PM at 186 Summers St.

“The Wake Up Call,” documentary by Storyline Motion Pictures is about the remarkable and heroic international life of West Virginia native Dave Evans. He had a notable, worldly career until the age of 68.

Tickets: $10

Home by 10

June 23, 7PM at 186 Summers St.

A monthly house show and pop-up show series welcoming local talent to perform at intimate spaces around Charleston, WV. This event features Charleston, WV band Static Fur, and more TBA.

Location: 186 Summers St.

Wine & Jazz Music Festival

June 25, 2-10 PM at University of Charleston (lawn)

Fund for the Arts and Spilman Thomas & Battle present a full day of renowned jazz musicians, superb regional wines, craft beers, and food

Air Play presented by WV International Yeager Airport

June 26, 2PM at the Clay Center

AIR PLAY is a circus-style adventure of two siblings journeying through a surreal land of air, transforming the ordinary into objects of uncommon beauty.  Stage and more! 

Mountain Stage with James McMurtry, Aoife O’Donovan, and more!

June 26, 7PM at the Culture Center Theater

Be a part of the live audience as Mountain Stage records a fresh episode for NPR Music with host Kathy Mattea. 

Featuring James McMurtry, Aoife O’Donovan, Natalie Hemby, Sammy Rae & the Friends, and Heather Maloney on Mountain Stage.

Tickets: $25-$35

Three Things: Season 7 Pass

FestivALL’s live monthly speaker series, Three Things, showcases three West Virginians who will share insight into their personal story of where they started, what they love, and where they are going. 

This Season Pass is Admission for 1 for total of 9 episodes in Season 7 of Three Things – $70.