Broaden your horizons with these programs around the River City
The “Sign Spotting” exhibit explores the history of Richmond signs, from neon advertisements to protest signs, and will remain open at The Valentine through May 31, 2024.
The development group, led by Red Light Ventures, reached an agreement with the city and wants to open an amphitheater near Tredegar in 2025
Passes are available to see all five shows, including three at Gottwald Playhouse and two at Agecroft Hall for next summer’s Shakespeare Festival
The free series presented by the Dept. of Parks and Recreation includes concerts, performances, fireworks, and more at Dogwood Dell plus satellite events at 17th Street Market
The inaugural Iron Blossom Music Festival will take place August 26-27, 2023 in the heart of VCU
Shop from local vendors, enjoy live music, get a bite to eat from food trucks, and see family-friendly demonstrations all day long in honor of our planet
We challenged our readers to turn one of our newsletters into a poem — here’s what you came up with.
Make plans for the evening of April 7 and beyond.
The attire departs from the traditional tux and tails with creative and technological innovation.
Composer Curt Sydnor will premiere his chamber symphony at free community event
Explore the River City through its history, food, drink, and art on these tours.
Get all the details to attend and see our picks for can’t-miss screenings.
A new home for Book People and a new name for Chop Suey
We’re highlighting the best kid-friendly activities that the River City has to offer — complete with art classes, animal encounters, and outdoor fun.
Global art competition comes to Studio Two Three this weekend
Get a sneak peek at the spring season and a special event on Friday
The summer outdoor concert series will return in May
Check out the shows that are lighting up local stages this weekend or opening soon.
The art project, led by Hamilton Glass and presented by the VMFA, is in its fifth year.
The Alliance for the Chesapeake Bay is bringing back its environmental film festival for the fifth year, in-person at the Science Museum and virtual.
The Birthday Bash will feature a weekend of events, live music, food, and plenty of Poe.
Here are our recommendations for memorable presents in the form of experiences.
The new immersive video exhibit will remain on display through July 9
The city is looking for its next artist to serve a two-year term as the voice of the city and liaison for the arts.
Here are ten places to stock up on goods from local artisans and traveling markets.
Advanced tickets are required to explore the millions of lights throughout the gardens
Trevor Noah and Kevin James will both bring shows to Richmond in 2023, along with other internationally-known acts.
The ICA will host two events this week for community members to learn more about the operatic retelling of the Loving v. Virginia case.
Enjoy live music, educational events, yoga, and a costume contest at this free, day-long fest.
The arts nonprofit will host community events, classes, and resident artist studios out of the Manchester location.
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