Originally posted on RVANews by Ross Catrow The sixth edition of Friday Cheers brings Kishi Bashi and Lake Street Dive to the muddy banks of the James. For $5 there’s no reason to miss out! Can you believe there are only three installments of Friday Cheers left? It seems like only yesterday that we were [...]
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Head down to the island (that’s Brown’s not Belle) this Friday, and jam along to hometown heroes NoBS! Brass Band, Murphy’s Kids, and Former Champions. Could Cheers have put together a more upbeat and dance-worthy lineup? I say no. Feel free to say otherwise, but I’m gonna put on my headphones and listen to [...]
For their second installment, Friday Cheers brings The Lone Bellow and Radical Face to the shores of the James River this Friday at 6:30 PM. Tickets are $5 and children under 12 are free. Here’s a quick preview of what to expect this week, and there’s always more info on the Facebook event page.
This week Friday Cheers kicks off its 2013 season with Shovels & Rope and Hayes Carll. Tickets are $5 and children under 12 are free. Here’s a quick preview of what to expect this week, and there’s always more info on the Facebook event page.
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Music kicks off on Brown’s Island around 6:30 and lasts til 9:30 p.m. also playing tonight is Sara Watkins.
Tonight for $5 you can sail away with the smooth sounds of Three Sheets to the Wind, The Trillions and Photosynthesizers. Show starts at 6:30.
Venture Richmond has released the full schedule of all the music that is coming to Brown’s Island this summer as part of Friday Cheers.
Show starts at 6:30 on Brown’s Island and is $10. Also appearing The New Belgians.
Used to Be a Cop – Go-Go Boots – Drive-By Truckers from Drive-By Truckers on Vimeo. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased online., Should be a great show and kicks off at 6:30.
Is Brown’s Island technically part of the Shockoe News area? I’m not sure but for today it is. I’m told by folks that have lived here much longer than I, that RVA used to be a very big music town. After living here for 8+ years, I gotta say I don’t think it is a [...]
From RTD; Venture Richmond said Friday that it will increase the admission price to Friday Cheers from $2 to $5 — and as much as $10 for concerts by big-name performers who cost more to book. “We’re taking a bigger risk, hoping that Richmonders will respond to higher-quality acts at the most beautiful outdoor venue in the [...]
The Dynamites featuring Charles Walker with Whirlybyrd will take the stage at Brown’s Island this Friday as the last show of 2010 Friday Cheers.