Christmas Eve Musical Distractions 

click to enlarge DJ Williams Projekt

Scott Elmquist

DJ Williams Projekt

If you’re looking to get out of the house on Christmas Eve, there are free musical options. At the Camel, it’s a funky holiday party with longtime Richmond favorites the DJ Williams Projekt and guests. Their distinctive brand of all things groove is right on time — no matter what time of year. Doors open at 9 p.m., and the booty-shaking commences soon thereafter. Also on the crowd-pleasing tip is Talking Heads cover band Fear of Music at Cary Street Café. Dealing with family can be difficult, but listening to this band is not; it channels the spirit of the great, art-school wonders with all their wit, charm and clarity intact. Doors open at 10 p.m.

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