Neptune's Boardwalk Weekend Music Lineup

The 2017 Virginia Beach Neptune Festival Boardwalk Weekend Music and Stage Schedule

Friday, September 29 - Sunday, October 1

Three Free Oceanfront Stages at 17th Street Park • 24th Street Park • 31st Street Park

For information on the Virginia Beach Neptune Festival, call #757/498-0215 or visit the festival website at www.neptunefestival.com

All concerts are free and open to the public * Schedule subject to change without notice


Virginia Beach, VA: The Neptune Festival has announced the music and stage lineup for its grand finale “Boardwalk Weekend,” held Friday, Sept. 29 through Sunday, October 1, 2017. This year, headliners include Eric Paslay, Steel Pulse, The Connells, TR3 Tim Reynolds and Langhorne Slim and The Law. Don’t miss a single Neptune moment!


FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 2017

17th Street Stage

More Perfect Jones 6:00 pm
Breaking Brad 9:00 pm

24th Street Stage
Lewis McGehee 6:00 pm
Guava Jam 9:00 pm

31st Street Stage

Tailgate Down 6:00 pm
ERIC PASLAY 9:00 pm


SATURDAY, September 30, 2017

17th Street Stage
Nate Sacks & The Life Hacks 1:00 pm
Jesse Chong Band 3:30 pm
TR3 TIM REYNOLDS 5:30 pm
Delirious George 7:30 pm
Fireworks 9:00 pm
Galaxy Dynamite 9:30 pm

24th Street Stage
Brackish Water Jamboree 1:00 pm
Intangible Cats 3:30 pm
The Gold Sauce 5:30 pm
THE CONNELLS 7:30 pm
Fireworks 9:00 pm
Anthony Rosano & The Conqueroos 9:30 pm

31st Street Stage
Joe Gosman Band 1:00 pm
Plastic Eddie 3:30 pm
Ben Phelps Project 5:30 pm
Buddha Council 7:30 pm
Fireworks 9:00 pm
STEEL PULSE 9:30 pm


SUNDAY, OCTOBER 1, 2017

17th Street Stage
The Get Down Band 1:00 pm
The Janitors 3:30 pm

24th Street
Bennett Wales & the Relief 1:00 pm
Power Play 3:30 pm

31st Street Stage

BJ Griffin & The Galaxy Groove 1:00 pm
LANGHORNE SLIM & THE LAW 4.00 pm


About The Virginia Beach Neptune Festival

The Virginia Beach Neptune Festival is a private, non-profit 501-C3 organization, producing over 40 events per year. The Festival has an annual operating budget of $2.1 million, which is derived through corporate sponsorships, admission tickets, merchandise sales, and site revenues. The high quantity and wide range of sponsors and non-profit partnerships contribute to the charitable, educational, cultural, recreational, and economic development of the Hampton Roads region. Events annually generate approximately $18 million in economic impact, approximately $700,000 of direct municipal taxes, and shares over $100,000 with partnering charitable organizations .The Festival has vast geographic coverage and is well respected in the special events industry as demonstrated by the consistent recognition of its flagship event, Neptune Festival Boardwalk Weekend, as one of the Top 100 Events in North America by the ABA and among the Top 20 Events in the Southeastern US by the Southeast Tourism Society.