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2015 Entertainment & Events

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The 33rd Annual Hampton Bay Days Festival will be an abbreviated version of years past. Launching the season will be the phenomenol Freaky Kon Tiki to be held on Saturday, July 25th at Mill Point Park. Then, on Saturday September 12th Bay Days is hosting the revitalized Bay Days 10K and the Scallop Gallop Fun Run. This event will be co-sponsored by Flat Out Events and Hampton University. The culmination of this years festivities will be a musical benefit featuring local musicians on Sunday, September 13th.

 

 

Live, Work, and Play on The Chesapeake Bay

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The Chesapeake Bay is an estuary - a place where fresh water from rivers meets the salt water of the ocean. But the Bay is much more than just a body of water. Our nation's history began along its shores. The Bay and its resources have shaped our history, our economy, and our culture. It affects how we live, work, and play on a daily basis. More than 15 million people live along its shores, and it is home to over 2,700 species of plants and animals.

The city of Hampton, Virginia exemplifies all aspects of this great heritage and the Chesapeake Bay will continue to be the primary theme of our annual festival. View some of our resources throughout this site and support the programs that help us continue to live, work, and play on the Chesapeake Bay.