Summer Nights Live music starts tonight at the Children’s Museum of Richmond

Music, knowledge, and food trucks make your Friday night complete.

We already know that the Children’s Museum of Richmond is a great place for the kiddos. Not only do they get to run around like a dervish they also get a bit of knowledge into the cranium.

This summer the cranium stuffing takes a musical turn with Summer Nights Live!, a series of concerts that are free with a paid museum admission. This series is going down at the main location on Broad Street.

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The first concert is tonight and features Chris Campbell. This songwriter, musician and ventriloquist brings out puppets to keep folks of all ages entertained. Not only were there be music and puppets but you can also take care of dinner because food trucks roll in at 5 PM. The music will kick in at 6 PM and the museum will send everyone home at 7 PM.

Other performances include:

  • Friday, June 10th  – Groovy Nate performances are a unique blend of music, puppet skits, interactive movement, and comedy into one groovy experience for the whole family!
  • Friday, June 17th – The Uncle Devin Show is an interactive musical experience for children that use percussion instruments to cultivate their minds!
  • Friday, June 24thSilly Bus is a two-time Mom’s Choice Award winner famous for its Grammy Awards. Silly Bus was established in 2005 to help children feel confident, successful, and happy while learning the foundational components of elementary education.

Images: CMOR

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Richard Hayes

When Richard isn’t rounding up neighborhood news, he’s likely watching soccer or chasing down the latest and greatest craft beer.

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