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Weekend Event Picks

Weekend Radar: Mighty Joshua, Kölsch, Seltzer, Kickers, Comics

Our picks of how to spend your valuable weekend time.




On The Radar

Mighty Joshua – Joshua is indeed Mighty and he’ll bring you the reggae like no other and this show is free so you gotta go.

Triple Crossing KÖLSCHFEST – Beers in a festival format. Triple Crossing is getting folks together to celebrate Kölsch and a few of its beery friends. For those not in the know technically, for beer to be called a Kolsch, it has to come from the city of Cologne but rules be damned. Head over to Fulton to enjoy this perfect summer beer. Special Kölsch Festival coasters will be sold for $10.00/each and include 4 x 200ml Kölsch Stange pours.

  • Triple Crossing Fulton | 200 West Marshall | 12-8 PM, Saturday, July 24th | $10 First Come First Served | Event Page

Hard Seltzer Saturday – Two boozy events on the radar, each appealing to a specific demographic. Hard Seltzer Saturday will be held in conjunction with PopUp Market at The Diamond. Head there to enjoy a wide variety of Hard Seltzers, local live music, and check out 50+ local craft and artisan vendors.

  • The Diamond | 5203 Hatcher Street | 10 AM – 6 PM, Saturday, July 24th | Pay as you go for drinks | Event Page

Under The Radar

Kickers Viewing Party – The Kickers are you local pro soccer team and a good bunch of guys. They suffered a loss on Wednesday but don’t have time to sulk. The boys in Red are in South Georgia on Saturday but you can watch them with other Kicker faithful at Home Town Grill.

  • Home Team Grill | 1630 West Main Street | 7:30 PM, Saturday, July 24th | Free to Attend – Pay for food and drinks | Event Page

Comicon – Covid-19 has kept the cons from conning but now they’re back. Head to the Raceway for your comic book and cosplay fix. Also G.L.O.W. Superstar Gremlina will be there, so that’s cool.

  • Richmond Raceway | 600 E. Laburnum | 11 AM –  4 PM, Saturday, July 24th | $9.95 – $14.95 | Website and Tickets

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Richard Hayes is the co-founder of RVAHub. When he isn't rounding up neighborhood news, he's likely watching soccer or chasing down the latest and greatest board game.