|Apr 27||8:00 PM||Jimmy Thackery and Coco Montoya||Get Details|
|Apr 28||7:00 PM||Rockn' to LOCKN'||Get Details|
|Apr 28||9:00 PM||"Rockn' to Lockn'" Live Playoffs: Featuring Devil's Workshop Big Band, Galaxy Dynamite, Feelfree & Virginia Man||Find Tickets|
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|Apr 29||8:00 PM||The Bayside Tigers||Get Details|
|Apr 30||PRIVATE EVENT||Get Details|
|May 4||7:00 PM||Tate Stevens||Find Tickets|
|May 5||7:00 PM||Lotus Land||Find Tickets|
|May 5||8:30 PM||LOTUS LAND - The American Rush Tribute||Get Details|
|May 6||7:00 PM||Yngwie Malmsteen||Get Details|
The State Theatre is a restaurant and concert venue in Falls Church, Virginia. Built in 1936, the State Theatre operated as a movie theater until 1988. One of the first theatres on the East Coast to be centrally air-conditioned, the State was the flagship of the family-owned Neighborhood Theatres chain which also operated the Glebe, the Buckingham and the Jefferson.
The first film shown was Thanks a Million starring Dick Powell. On November 27, 1988 the State closed its doors after a final showing of Die Hard starring Bruce Willis. A multi-million dollar restoration in the late 1990s turned it into a venue for live music and private events. The full theatrical stage is original, as are the 200 balcony seats and the two lobbies.
Recent renovations in 2012 have included two balcony platforms, which has boosted capacity to 1,000 patrons.
The closest Metro station is the East Falls Church Metro station.
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