West Virginia has a lot of opportunities to support original creative music throughout the state. Take the chance to get out of your house and go support live music and venues this weekend.

Support Local Music and Venues. The below is a sampling of what’s happening and is not exhaustive. Check out their pages for more info. Comment below with you’re events or shows you’re checking out this weekend.

Clarksburg – The West Virginia Black Heritage Festvial – The West Virginia Black Heritage Festival will be happening Saturday, September 9th 12 AM – 10:30 featuring music from some tribute bands, Kurtis Blow and Byron Cooper.

Clarksburg – The Robinson Grand Performing Arts Center – The 4th installment of The Born & Bred Concert Series returns to its home at the Robinson Grand, this coming Saturday, September 9th, featuring performances from John Inghram, The Lords of Lester, Corduroy Brown and pre-show performances from A.M Benson, Evan Ferrell, and Meadow Run.

Morgantown – 123 Pleasant St. – Kassi Valazza with Camille Wind Weatherford (of The Lostines) and Grace Campbell take the stage at 123 this Friday at 8 PM.

Charleston – The Empty Glass – Golden with Routine Days and PRSCTT this FridaySeptember 8th at 9 PM!

Huntington – The LOUD – This Sunday, alt rock legends Dinosaur Jr. will be at The Loud. Doors at 7. Show at 8 PM.

Bridgeport – Farmers Market – The Farmers Market Music Tent will host Jim Truman will be at the Market this Sunday, September 10th at 10 AM.

Thomas – The Purple Fiddle – Friday, The Jesse Milnes Band, with special guest Rebecca Wudarski will be making a stop in Thomas at The Purple Fiddle. Saturday they host Kassi Valazza.

Dunbar – Live at THE SHOP – Yam Yam will be Live At The Shop this Friday at 8 PM.

Venues: Please submit your upcoming shows with original acts. You can email us at editor@bornandbredmusic.com