While the Virginia Cavaliers are on the road, you can cheer them on at The Paramount!
The Charlottesville theater will open the doors for free to watch the Virginia-Miami game on Monday, Feb. 22, at 7 p.m. on The Big Screen.
This community event is free to attend, and concessions will be available throughout the game.
This free event is made possible by a generous community sponsor, Virginia National Bank. With the support from VNB, The Paramount Theater is able to open its doors free of charge for events throughout the year.
About Virginia Basketball
The buzzer-beating loss at Duke on Saturday barely nudged Virginia in the national rankings out on Monday. The Cavs (21-5, 10-4 ACC) held at #7 in the Associated Press Top 25, and dropped one spot to eighth in the USA Today Coaches Poll.
About the Paramount Theater
The 1,040 seat Paramount Theater of Charlottesville has been a local landmark since 1931. After holding a prominent place in our community for decades, The Paramount closed in 1974 as business in downtown faded. After an extensive restoration, the fully renovated Paramount Theater re-opened in 2004. As we approach ten years since reopening, The Paramount has now served hundreds of thousands of Central Virginians and attracted visitors from far and wide. Some of the world’s most celebrated artists have graced its stage. The tally of schoolchildren who have attended educational programs is over 127,000!