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Short Pump Town Center’s free summer concert series returns this Thursday with Three Sheets to the Wind

“America’s #1 Tribute to Yacht Rock” will bring the smooth ’70s and ’80s to Short Pump Town Center this Thursday.

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After a COVID-caused hiatus, the 17th Annual Short Pump Town Center free Summer Concert Series returns this Thursday, August 5th. Three Sheets to the Wind, America’s #1 Tribute to Yacht Rock, will kick off the three-part decade-themed series with 70s soft rock hits in their signature, nautical style.

The events begin at 5:00 PM in the Main Plaza near the entrance to Crate & Barrel and Pottery Barn. Wine tastings provided by Cooper’s Hawk Winery & Restaurant will be available from 5:00 – 8:00 PM near the Main Plaza, the proceeds from which will benefit Henrico CASA.

103.7 will be on-site with Jackson Scott of “Mornings with Jackson” as emcee.

Don’t miss out on the fun — no ticket required.

See below for the full concert series schedule:

Thursday, August 5, 5pm-8pm, THREE SHEETS TO THE WIND
Thursday, September 9, 5pm-8pm, THE DELOREANS
Thursday, October 21, 5pm-8pm, UNCLE JESSE

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Photos: Juneteenth Reggae at Hardywood and Diamond Flea Market

On Sunday we took our camera to check out Mighty Joshua performing at the Hardywood Juneteenth Celebration and then walked around the Diamond Flea Market.

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The Diamond Flea Market will be back in action on July 17th.

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Richmond Folk Festival announces first group of artists for 2022 festival

The Richmond Folk Festival returns October 7-9, 2022, and celebrates its 18th anniversary, having become one of Virginia’s largest events

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The Richmond Folk Festival returns October 7-9, 2022, and celebrates its 18th anniversary, having become one of Virginia’s largest events. The beloved festival draws fans each year to downtown Richmond’s riverfront to celebrate the roots, richness, and variety of American culture through music, dance, traditional crafts, storytelling, and food.

The free, three-day event hosts 200,000 people over the weekend and is presented by Venture Richmond Events in partnership with the National Council for the Traditional Arts (NCTA), the Virginia Folklife Program, the Center for Cultural Vibrancy, Children’s Museum, and the City of Richmond.

Featuring six stages and showcasing music and dance from more than 30 performing groups from around the nation and the world, the Richmond Folk Festival today announces eight artists of what will once again be a culturally diverse and impressive program.

“We are looking forward to showcasing downtown Richmond’s ever-changing riverfront once again for a beautiful weekend of music, dance, food, and crafts with the James River and our city skyline as the perfect backdrop,” said Stephen Lecky, director of events at Venture Richmond. “This event holds a special place in the hearts of so many, and year 18 is shaping up to be one of the best.”

Artists to be featured at the 2022 Richmond Folk Festival include:

Beòloach (Cape Breton)
Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia

Black Umfolosi (a cappella imbube singing)
Bulawayo, Zimbabwe

Bnat el Houariyat & Esraa Warda (Moroccan chaabi women’s ensemble)
Marrakech, Morocco, and New York, New York

Cedric Burnside (hill country blues)
Holly Springs, Mississippi

Fran Grace (sacred steel guitar)
Toledo, Ohio

Korean Performing Arts Institute of Chicago (pungmul and samulnori)
Chicago, Illinois

Sideline (bluegrass)
Raleigh, North Carolina

Son Rompe Pera (Mexican marimba)
Naucalpan de Juárez, Mexico

Festival Hours

  • Friday, October 7 — 6:30pm – 10:00pm
  • Saturday, October 8 — 12:00pm – 9:30pm
  • Sunday, October 9 — 12:00pm – 6:00pm

More information on the festival and additional artists performing will follow later this summer.

For more information about the Richmond Folk Festival, visit www.richmondfolkfestival.org.

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Friday Cheers Becomes Friday Tears as Weather Postpones the Show

For the second time this year weather has stopped the Friday concert from taking place.

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Message from Venture Richmond

Friday Cheers, RVA Music Night, is postponed due to severe weather concerns.
New date announced soon.
 
For the safety of our patrons, artists, and staff we must unfortunately postpone Friday Cheers on May 27, RVA Music Night, with Matthew E. White, Benét, and The Last Real Circus. We are working to reschedule the local bands to play later in the summer and will keep you informed as to the new date.
 
For Friday Cheers ticket holders, tickets will be valid for the rescheduled event, or contact Tickets-to-Buy for the face value within 14 business days.
 
Thank you for understanding this difficult decision.

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