CW Richmond is bringing you all the cool happenings in the RVA and surrounding areas each week. You want to know what's going on? We've got you covered!
Thursday September 11th:
Let's start with something a little bit country. See Dierks Bentley perform Live in Concert at Innsbrook After Hours in the Innsbrook Pavilion. Tickets start at $25. Gates open at 5pm.
But, if you need a good laugh, head to Richmond Funny Bone to see Tony Rock. He's here all weekend long and tickets are just $20.
Friday September 12th:
Enjoy all the steamed crabs, fried fish, clam chowder, hot dogs, hush puppies, golden beverages you can eat or drink at the 27th Annual Crab Feast. Gates open at 5pm. Tickets are just $35 and must be purchased in advance.27th Annual Crab Feast
I don't know if you've noticed, but The leaves have started to fall, the weather is getting cooler. That only means one thing… Halloween is coming! And Busch Gardens has everything you need to bring in the holiday with a good spook or two! with Howl-O-Scream®. They've transformed the park to offer chills and thrills to all those brave enough to venture into this cursed park. Navigate through Wendigo Woods™, one of five Terror-tories™; brave a darkly entertaining show like Monster Stomp™ on Ripper Row® or explore six haunted houses waiting for those daring enough to enter the park after dark. The curse spreads Sept. 12 and continues weekends through Oct. 26.For more information, visit www.howloscream.com/va.
Speaking of the weekend, the 2014 Wizard World Richmond Comic Con will be at the Greater Richmond Convention Center THIS weekend. It's part of North America's largest pop-culture touring expo. Thousands of fans will be on hand to celebrate the best in pop culture: movies, comics, cosplay, toys, video gaming, television, gaming, original art, collectibles, contests and more. Top artists scheduled to attend are Neal Adams, Kevin Eastman, Joe Caramagna, and 50 others. Tickets start at $35, kids ages 10 and under are free.Visit www.wizd.me/RichmondPR for more info.
Saturday September 13th:
Last, but certainly not least… Shop art from local artists, enjoy live music and dig into festival food at the 43rd Street Festival of the Arts. Get your cultural fix from 10am to 5pm. Admission is completely free and open to the public.www.43rdstgallery.com/#!events2/c931
NOW THAT'S A PACKED WEEKEND!
So many events so little time! Who says there's nothing to do in RVA?"I'll see you 'round, Richmond"
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