Wheeling Area Events

All Weekend

Pittsburgh Steelers Youth Football Camp

Steelers Youth Football Camps are for boys and girls ages 6-14, featuring instruction from current players, Steelers Legends, and top local coaches. Each camper will receive two tickets to a Steelers preseason game at Acrisure Stadium, a camp t-shirt, lunch, and more! Day 1 includes position instruction and talks from Steelers guests, while Day 2 focuses on offensive and defensive team drills and NFL Flag Football. Get more info here.


“One Off” Presented by Stifel Artists-in-Residence Opening Reception at Clientele

This Friday, from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m., at Clientele, experience the opening reception of “ONE-OFF,” an exhibit celebrating the 2024 Stifel Fine Art Center’s artists-in-residence. Featuring sculptor and jewelry maker Diana Laura, printmaker Frances Metcalf, and stained-glass artist Kellie White, the show highlights new art created during their residency and a collaborative piece titled “Moving Pieces.” The exhibit runs through June 30, with gallery hours Friday and Saturday 5-10 p.m. and Sunday noon-6 p.m.

Tino Kayafas Jazz Trio

Experience Tino Kayafas Jazz Trio featuring original arrangements and compositions this Friday from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m. Reserve your tickets by emailing 1306gatherhere@gmail.com. Tickets include complimentary appetizers and drinks, priced at $50 for pre-sale and $60 at the door.

Mums the Word: Live @ Waterfront Hall

Catch Mums The Word, a 9-piece funky psychedelic rock-and-roll band from Philly and South Jersey, at 9 p.m. Tickets are $10 presale and $15 night of the show. Inspired by The Grateful Dead, Parliament Funkadelic, and Frank Zappa, Mums The Word delivers a rich, improvisational sound with elaborate costumes and a kosmic dancer, ensuring a unique and groovy live experience.

Connor Smith at The Capital

The Capitol Theatre has an evening of music in store this Friday at 7:30 p.m. with Conner Smith, one of Country music’s most hotly-anticipated new artists. At just 23, Smith blends prime-of-life passion with old-soul perspective, showcasing his honeyed vocals and propulsive hints of bluegrass in his debut album “SMOKY MOUNTAINS,” set for release on January 26, 2024. Inspired by the likes of The Grateful Dead and Frank Zappa, Smith’s music is a modern-traditional marvel, guaranteed to captivate with its timeless appeal and riveting modernity.

Night Golf

Tee off under the stars! Night Golf at Oglebay Golf Course continues this Friday at dusk. Enjoy an evening of fun with friends for just $9 per glow ball and a $15 green fee—no RSVP needed. You could light up the night!

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Live Music: Heavy Hitters

The Heavy Hitters are back in town, ready to bring the funk like never before! Their last show left the stage smoking, and this one promises to be even hotter! Mark your calendars, grab your friends, and share the news—this is a night you won’t want to miss, it kicks off at 9:00 p.m. Let’s make it a funky good time! See you at the Silver Rail Bar & Grill! 


Pink Party

Hi Barbie! Get ready to dance the night away at  Heritage Port for the Pink Party on Saturday, June 15, featuring free Girl Power Yoga with Betsy Sweeny at 6:00 p.m., a Barbie Dance lesson with Rysing Star Dance Academy at 7:15 p.m., and a screening of the Barbie movie at dusk. Enjoy various vendors and activities from 6:00 to 9:00 p.m.

Spectrum of Color 5K Fun Run

Get excited for the Spectrum of Color 5K Fun Run at Heritage Port! This year, anyone who completes the entire course will receive an award. Pre-registered participants will receive a shirt, sunglasses, and an Augusta Levy Autism Ambassador sticker. Enjoy added color, foam, and bubble stations along the route, which begins at the waterfront and cuts onto the trail to avoid construction, with a selfie booth, food, and music awaiting at the finish line.

Live Music: Joey Adams Band

Joey Adams is back with his band for a lively night of music and fun at Generations Restaurant & Pub on Saturday! Get ready to party and enjoy the energetic tunes from Joey Adams and his band. Don’t miss out on this live music event!


Sunday Funday Summer Concert Series

Rock out this Sunday evening at Oglebay’s Anne Kuchinka Amphitheater for the Sunday Funday Summer Concert Series, a free event filled with family fun and live entertainment. The festivities start at 6 p.m. with concessions, an ice cream sundae bar, and kids’ activities in the Formal Gardens, followed by a performance from Tongue ‘N Cheek, featuring 80s music, at 7 p.m. Don’t miss this exciting evening of diverse musical performances and activities for all ages.

Juneteenth Soul Food Cook-Off

COme hungry to the Ohio Valley’s first Juneteenth Soul Food Cook-Off, part of the 2024 Juneteenth Festival, at Towngate Theatre on Sunday, at 6 p.m. Help judge six soul food categories including Chicken, Mac & Cheese, Greens, Potato Salad, Sweets, and Cornbread—admission includes six tickets to sample and vote for your favorites. After the cook-off, enjoy a film about soul food’s profound impact on American culture. Entry is $5, benefiting YWCA Wheeling. Call 304-232-0511 or go online to register.

Live Music: Pine & Fire, Les Blackwell

Stop by Clinetele Art Studio this Sundat for special performances by folk musicians Pine & Fire and Les Blackwell. Doors open at 6 p.m with a $10 cover. The show starts at 7 p.m.—don’t miss this evening of soulful folk music in a cozy art studio setting.