Love is in the air and there’s a lot of lovely music to check out including Natalie Prass, Anousheh, The New Pornographers, and WRIR’s Black Valentine’s Day.
It’s a brand new year and a good resolution would be to check out more music.
Richmond gets into the season with holiday shows full of goodwill and cheer. Many have booze.
For 15 years, Richmond’s ska and punk community has marked the holiday season with Skalidays, a celebration of local music and charity.
White Laces releases its new album, a few boy band members get together and dead bands rise from the grave on Halloween.
Fall Line Fest brings 50+ bands to the city, Ann Beretta reunites, Steady Sounds celebrates its birthday, and more big name acts come to play this month.
See Boy George perform in an unexpected way, groove with George Clinton, celebrate Hoax Hunters’ debut album, and clap along with Clap Your Hands Say Yeah.
Check out up and comers like Broods and Royal Blood, go back to the 90s at Innsbrook, sing along with Gordon Lightfoot, and celebrate a million Richmond bands in one weekend.
Whether you’re getting outside and enjoying the beautiful weather or going inside a dark, crowded club, live music is everywhere this month.