Dominic Willsdon will take over for interim director Joe Seipel, who assumed the role after inaugural executive director Lisa Freiman stepped down, December 1st.
Head over to Forest Hill Park this Sunday for free music and good times.
Enjoy a movie about rivers near the river.
Couldn’t make it to last weekend’s LOCKN’ Festival? We sent our resident photographer Suzanne Velasco. Here are some more of her best shots from the four-day music festival.
This outdoor festival will showcase a mix of national and local bluegrass and Americana artists playing all day on multiple stages. Expect local craft makers, a bonfire, yard games and food trucks.
Get your kleenex ready for the Puddles Pity Party on March 12th. Tickets go on sale Friday.
People’s Blues of Richmond aren’t playing Richmond anytime soon, so we sent our resident photographer to catch their set at LOCKN’ Festival this past weekend.
This year’s program includes a group of diverse musicians and dancers from around the world; six of these artists carry on cultural traditions that have never been featured at the festival before.
Seinfeld has been hailed for his uncanny ability to joke about the little things in life that relate to audiences everywhere, and he’s returning to Richmond this fall.
The forthcoming season is bigger and better than ever, with 17 shows spanning from September 2018 through May 2019. From British rock and pop to gypsy jazz, contemporary dance to magic, there’s something for the whole family.