Buffett Virginia Beach 2014

Buffett 2014
Virginia Beach, VA

May 24-25, 2014

Buffett show #66

Saturday 24th

Delta $285
#1308 AUS 8:15am to Atlanta 11:18am
#2141 ATL 12:15pm to Norfolk 1:54pm

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Dollar rental car $67

Crowne Palza- VIRGINIA BEACH TOWN CENTER, using free night


This Oneís For You
Farm Bureau Live Ė Virginia Beach VA
Saturday May 24th, 2014

Conch Shell / Lovely Cruise (instrumental)

1 Summertime Blues

2 Brown Eyed Girl
3 Changes In Latitudes, Changes In Attitudes

4 My Head Hurts, My Feet Stink And I Donít Love Jesus (last played 4-21-2012 Kansas City, MO)

5 Son Of A Son Of A Sailor
6 It's Five O'Clock Somewhere

7 Soulfully

8 Only Time Will Tell (last played 6-22-2010 Clarkston, MI)

9 Too Drunk To Karaoke
10 Come Monday

11 I Will Play For Gumbo

12 Volcano

13 Little Martha (featuring Mac McAnally)

14 He Went To Paris

15 Cheeseburger In Paradise

16 Pascagoula Run

17 Something About A Boat

18 One Particular Harbour

19 Free ( with Into The Mystic)

20 Southern Cross
21 A Pirate Looks At Forty

22 Fins
23 Margaritaville


24 Knee Deep

Band Intros
25 Scarlet Begonias

26 Oldest Surfer On The Beach

Sunday 20th

Naval Station Tour The 45-minute tour is conducted by Naval personnel. Visitors will have an opportunity to see aircraft carriers, destroyers, frigates, amphibious assault ships and one of the busiest airfields in the country. The tour also features historic homes from the 1907 Jamestown Exposition. The cost is $10 for adults.

Battleship Wisconsin

First Landing Cross marks the point where English settlers landed in 1607. The Cape Henry Lighthouse (10am to 5pm) on Chesapeake Bay was the first lighthouse built by the federal government, completed in 1792. Once you reach the summit, enjoy a panoramic view of the Atlantic Ocean and the Chesapeake Bay Ė the same view once seen by ship watchers more than 200 years ago. Located on the Fort Story military base, the original Cape Henry Lighthouse is open to the public. Across the dune line, youíll find the new Cape Henry Lighthouse. Built in 1881, itís the tallest iron-encased lighthouse in the country, and is operated by the U.S. Coast Guard. Adjacent to the lighthouses, visitors also can tour the Cape Henry Memorial Park which includes a replica of the First Landing Cross, planted by the first settlers to give thanks for a safe voyage after arriving on shore in 1607. Note: Access to military bases may be restricted for public tours and a valid picture ID is required.

The signature symbol of Norfolk is the mermaid, and there are several stores that sell unique mermaid sculptures, pins, jewelry and more.

Statue in Town Point Park


Southwest $5
#1388 Norfolk 6:25pm to Chicago Midway 7:30pm
#3077 MDW 8:30pm to AUS 11:05pm