Experience the Clay Center Offering a wide range of entertainment – including shows from artists like Brandi Carlile, Ben Folds and ZZ Top – along with educational and artistic experiences. All under one roof!
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Live on the Levee Each Friday throughout the summer, Live on the Levee offers free concerts featuring a variety of artists on the beautiful Kanawha River.
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Just Down the RoadWhen you're in CWV, you're only an hour away from some of the nation's best whitewater rafting!
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The Sound of CWVYou can find music from an eclectic mix of genres seven nights a week!
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The laid back days of summer welcomes residents and visitors to enjoy the hip, historic streets and scenes of Charleston, West Virginia. Warm weather events fill music lovers with tunes and grooves, stores provide shoppers with unique goods from local artists and business entrepreneurs, and the restaurants serve up your favorite dishes al fresco until the summer begins to cool.

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Continuing through September, Charleston is packed with outdoor fun for all ages. Appalachian Power Park opens its gates for America’s favorite past time, Haddad Riverfront Park pumps out free Friday night concerts every week by local and national acts, and local organizations produce monthly extravaganzas for serious fun in the sun.

On the third Wednesday of each month, pack your lunch or grab a special at a local eatery for the free lunchtime Brown Bag Concert in Davis Park, or maybe take a load off after work and join the art community during ArtWalk every third Thursday of the month. If you’re looking for a day full of music, food and entertainment, check out the Downtown StreetFest July 23, August 20 and September 17. And for all of you sports lovers, mark your calendars for extreme action during Charleston’s Sportsfest, which includes the best of the best in Jet Ski Hyrdo-Turf National Championship.

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***Parts of West Virginia have been devastated by flooding. The Charleston CVB is partnering with several local organizations, businesses and events to help with relief efforts.

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