Some of Norfolk’s brightest musicians, comedians and performance artists will converge on the NEON to energize streets and stages throughout the district. Thursday, October 20 the festival enlivens the Chrysler Museum of Art campus while on Friday, October 21 the activities center around The Plot and Granby Street businesses. Make sure to swing by d’Art Center, Commune, The Neon House and the Copeland Center for pop-up art galleries, The Plot for main stage entertainment, Push Comedy for belly laughs and the Cofer Lot for DJ sets and interactive art.
Wander through the neighborhood and discover tiny art happenings, large-scale murals and pops of neon color and light. See works on walls by celebrated international artists like Matthew McGuiness, and local heroes like Hanna Kirby and Carl Medley III. See all of the new public art projects for 2022.