The 2nd Street Festival is back!
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Wanted: Books, CDs, and DVDs for the “Big Book Sale.”
Ain’t no October like a Richmond October ’cause a Richmond October don’t stop. Like ever. Seriously, calendars are filling up faster than you can “Pumpkin Spice Latte” — and this is just the first weekend!
One of the most anticipated new restaurants has opened and is already turning heads, plus a rundown of this weekend’s many food festivals and an upcoming discussion that will feature the city’s leading restaurant owners.
The only internal debate you’ll be having this weekend is how best to hit all of the festivals while still having time to enjoy the weather. It can be done.
The pride and joy of Jackson Ward is its rich history. Have you ever heard Duke Ellington’s “Rumpus in Richmond”? Bet it was penned after a nightclub gig (and a jaunt with a lady) on the street. Back in the day, Richmond was a destination for jazz musicians like Duke, and each year the 2nd […]
The 2nd Street Festival is held every year to celebrate the history of the Jackson Ward neighborhood through music, dance, food, and coming together with neighbors. In its 21st year, the festival returns next weekend and once again, the Richmond Jazz Society has their own tent to pay homage to the neighborhood’s deep jazz history.
The Jackson Ward community came alive this weekend with the 18th annual 2nd Street Festival. The festival kicked off on Friday night with a dance party featuring Johnny Houston & The Legends, but it wasn’t until Saturday that all four performance stages would show some of Richmond’s best musicians. From 2nd Street Festival I started […]
This weekend, Richmond’s annual 2nd Street Festival returns to Jackson Ward to celebrate the past and present of arts and culture in the city. If Venture Richmond’s schedule of performers intimidates you, check out the RVAjazz schedule grids below. They will give a view of everything that is going on at a particular point in […]