Weekend Assignments: April 17-19 

The Great Southern, Iron Reagan, RVA Earth Day Fest + More

click to enlarge The RVA Earth Day Festival in Manchester. Saturday, April 18, 12-7 p.m.

Scott Elmquist

The RVA Earth Day Festival in Manchester. Saturday, April 18, 12-7 p.m.

Friday, April 17: Tired of corporate pop? Hear the blitzkrieg of disruptive mathematical metal precision at Hardywood on Friday with Pig Destroyer, Iron Reagan, Mutilation Rites and Burn/Ward.

Through Sunday, April 19: Relive the hauntingly subterranean world of Laura Palmer, 25 years later, with the Great Southern, a festival that’s “that’s as much about Richmond as it is about ‘Twin Peaks.’”

Through Sunday, April 19: Step into the starkly apocalyptic vision of painter Frank Cole, who returns to town with exhibits at Artspace and Hill Gallery and Studio.

In Case of Rain: Find out whether you agree with our reviewer’s four-star rating of Noah Baumbach’s latest film, “While We’re Young.”

Through Sunday, April 19: Help send off retiring Richmond Ballet dancer Phillip Skaggs with this rare George Balanchine treat.

Saturday, April 18: Cheer on the Richmond Kickers when they take on Charlotte Independence at Richmond City Stadium on Saturday.

Saturday, April 18: Give it up for everyone's mom at Style Weekly's annual RVA Earth Day Festival in Manchester, featuring 25 food vendors and a craft-beer lineup from nearly a dozen Richmond-area breweries.



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