From plays to corn mazes, we've got your weekend all planned out.

We've compiled the 10 most fun things happening this weekend in the area! Check out this list of everything going on in Hampton Roads, Richmond, and Williamsburg, September 20–22! 

Hampton Roads

Corn Maze | Bergey's BreadBasket, Chesapeake | Friday and Saturday

Bergey's BreadBasket will help you get into the fall spirit with their kid-friendly corn maze. For just $10 per child, you can enjoy a day filled with fun and adventure instead of being cooped up in your home. They will be having photo ops in the maze, wagon rides, petting zoo, and a corn cob shooter (how fun)! Check out the event here!

Corn Maze

Screenshot Courtesy of Virginia is For Lovers

Heart of Ghent 10K, Maury 5K & Kid's Fun Run | Blair Middle School, Norfolk | Saturday

Participate in a 10K, 5K, and Kids Fun Run for charity through the historic and beautiful Ghent neighborhood. During the course of the run, five bands will be playing to cheer on participants and keep them motivated to cross the finish line. Registration is $25-$50 each. Sign up here! Check out the event here!

Marathon Collage

Courtesy of Heart of Ghent 10K

MacArthur Center Beer Festival | MacArthur Center, Norfolk | Saturday

Beer + music + games + delicious food = the perfect festival. Do we need to say more? For $25 ahead of time and $35 at the door, you can sample unlimited amounts of beer, taste delicious food, and jam out like nobody is watching. See the full list of beer vendors here!

MacArthur Beer Festival

Courtesy of MacArthur Beer Festival

Neon Art Tour | 776 Granby St., Neon District, Norfolk | Friday

Starting at 6 p.m., tour guide Joshua Weinstein will take you through the streets of the Neon District and help you dive further into the art, culture, and history of the area. You will have a chance to learn more about Norfolk's art and culture and see the best murals around the city. The event is free and open to the public. Read more here!

Neon Art

Screenshot Courtesy of Visit Norfolk

Nobuntu | Attucks Theater, Norfolk | Saturday

Nobuntu is a traditional a capella group from Zimbabwe. These five powerful women perform songs from a variety of cultures and genres. If you want to check them out before you purchase your ticket, see this video of their original, "Salisbury"! Tickets are $10-$25 each. Get them here! Read more about the ensemble here!

 Nobuntu Singers

Courtesy of Nobuntu


Holmes and Watson | Swift Creek Mill Theatre | Ongoing

Witness the breathtaking play of mystery that covers the supposed death of Watson. Three men have sent Holmes a telegram claiming to be Watson locked away in a remote asylum in Scotland. Watch the magic unfold and help solve the mystery. Tickets are $40 and up, and $17.50 for dinner. Read more about the play here


Courtesy of Visit Richmond

Publick Days Picnic | Henricus Historical Park | Friday

Join your Richmond neighbors for a day of delicious BBQ and all the fixings! Henricus Historical Park will be welcoming the Godspeed ship at 6:30 p.m. as the local militia ships fire celebratory cannons to welcome the replica. Tickets are $15-$35 each. Read more about the picnic, here!


Courtesy of Visit Richmond

The Great Pumpkin Fest | Kings Dominion | Ongoing

Spooky Season begins now with the Great Pumpkin Fest at Kings Dominion. Enjoy scare-free Halloween activities for the whole family such as hanging out with the Peanuts characters and pumpkin painting. All the fun is included with your admission to the park. Read more about it here!

Kid dressed as bumble bee

Courtesy of Visit Richmond

Warm: A Pop/Rock OperaDominion Energy Center for the Performing Arts | Friday–Sunday

J.C. Gonzalez has done it again with a new play, Warm, which follows the lives of three homeless individuals living on the streets of Los Angeles. Follow their journey as they look for a place to call home but realize that all they needed was each other. Tickets are $25-$40 each. Read more here!

Opera House

Courtesy of Visit Richmond


Harvest Festival and Scarecrow Stuffing | Chickahominy Riverfront Park | Saturday

Enjoy all things fall with the annual Harvest Festival and Scarecrow Stuffing. This event is family-friendly and jam-packed with pony rides, arts and crafts, petting zoo, and more. Get a chance to stuff your own scarecrow for $20. Check out more here!

Harvest Fest

Courtesy of Visit Williamsburg

What are you doing this weekend? Do any of these events look fun to you? Tag a friend you want to take in the comments!