Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Full Friday Cheers Lineup Announced

Highlights include Philly's Kurt Vile with RVA's Lucy Dacus, the Suffers, and Natalie Prass.

Posted By on Wed, Mar 2, 2016 at 4:00 PM

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Yeah, go ahead. Think of summer. Regardless of a little snow dusting this week, it's okay.

Over at Friday Cheers, you can now check out their entire line-up for the always popular summer concert series, Friday Cheers on Brown's Island, organized by Venture Richmond.

This will be the 32nd season of Friday Cheers, which starts May 6. Ticket prices vary from $5 to $10. Check out the groups below, featuring a lot of strong local talent opening from Mighty Joshua and Lady God to Lucy Dacus and Sam Reed. Looks like a strong season for Cheers. Style will have more coverage of the groups as the concerts get closer.

For now, just think of warm sun and tunes by the river.

May 6: The Soul Rebels with Mighty Joshua & the Zion #5

May 13: Shovels and Rope with Phil Cook

May 27: RVA Music Night with Natalie Prass, Lady God & Sam Reed

June 3: The Revivalists with Seratones

June 10: Kurt Vile with Lucy Dacus

June 17: The Suffers and Too Many Zooz

June 24: Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors with Major and the Monbacks

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