Falls Church establishments ready to party it up for the big game.
Sunday, February 3, 2013
Friday, February 1, 2013
The State Theatre is hosting a free Super Bowl party and several restaurants are running specials for the big game.
Baltimore Ravens and San Francisco 49ers fans and just football fans alike will be watching Super Bowl XLVII on Sunday. In Falls Church, the State Theatre is where the biggest Super Bowl party will be. Admission to the party is free and food and drinks will be sold. Doors open at 4 p.m. and Super Bowl coverage on the big screen starts at 6:30 p.m. There are other places showing the Super Bowl in Falls Church Sunday and here are some of the specials you can find around town: Did we miss any specials at your favorite watering hole? Post them in the comments below or click on a listing above and review and rate the bar on Patch.
Tuesday, August 14, 2012
If you’re looking for a reason to get out tonight, head to The State Theatre.
1- Tab Benoit and the Voice of the Wetlands All-Stars will take the stage at The State Theatre at 8 p.m. Tickets are still available and can be purchased online or at the box office. 2- Through Aug. 23, the City of Falls Church Housing and Human Services Department will be collecting school supplies for families in need. The new and unused school supplies can be dropped off at the G level at City Hall, Monday through Friday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. 3- Volunteers who live in the City of Falls Church are needed to serve on the boards and commissions listed below. Contact the city clerk’s office (703-248-5014, email@example.com, or here for an application form or more information. Requests for appointments must also be …
Wednesday, February 15, 2012
State Theatre sold out for group's tour stop.
The Whitest Kids U’ Know tour made a stop in Falls Church Sunday at The State Theatre. The comedic group performed some of their skits before a packed house and then took time to chat with Patch after the show. Check out the footage from the show and the interview.
Saturday, September 10, 2011
Eric Lindell brings his soulful blues rock R&B blend to Falls Church on Thursday.
Though his gruff southern drawl and passionate soul blues rock may tell you otherwise, Eric Lindell is from Northern California. But the singer-songwriter is best known for the work he created in his newly adopted home of New Orleans. Lindell brings his soulful fusion of blues and rock to the State Theatre on Thursday, Sept. 15. Part of a lengthy touring schedule that included a recent Sept. 1 performance at the Kennedy Center, Thursday will be his second appearance at the State Theatre in 2011. "It's been awesome, man," said Lindell of his tour. "We just got back from the West Coast. I love being in California, of course, and now we’re getting ready to hit the East Coast. I've been having a great time on the road." The tour is his first …
Thursday, August 18, 2011
See what’s going on in Falls Church this weekend
Falls Church foodies can check out an executive chef's farmers market demonstration and a nutritional event at a local health food store. Local music lovers and theatergoers can choose from an award-winning musician's low-key show, an AC/DC tribute band's concert and an evening of musical theater greats. How to Soak and Sprout Seeds with Luzy Perez: Holistic health educator Luzy Perez will discuss the many fascinating benefits of seeds and grains and how to optimize their nutritional value for better digestion and absorption through soaking and sprouting. Register by phone or at either Nourish Market location. Fee includes all materials and a taste of wheatgrass juice, sprouted almonds, sunflower and pea sprouts. Thursday, Aug. 18, 7 - 8…
Zoe, the alternative rock band from Mexico, took the stage Wednesday night in Falls Church.
The multi colored lighting thumped and changed hues to the beats of Zoe all night long at the State Theatre Wednesday. The young Latin crowd that filled the dance floor and tables seemingly didn’t want Zoe to leave, as they screamed and chanted the various countries that they were from. “Gracias, Washington and Virginia,” said León Larregui, the band’s lead singer, as the band first took the stage. “Washington” and “Virginia” were the only two words of English muttered by anyone in the band throughout the night though, as they performed all of their songs and addressed the crowd entirely in Spanish. Even the State Theatre workers rushing through the crowd, trying to keep people from snapping pictures after the third song (a rule of Zoe), …