That’s Entertainment!

A rundown of this week's Richmond event announcements.

Hardywood Park Craft Brewery and Movie Club Richmond present “Streetmuse: Kenya” a new documentary featuring local musician Nate Rappole who performs as Gull. The film follows Rappole as he travels through Africa, performing, bonding with musicians and l-i-v-i-n!

There will be a Q&A afterword. Rappole was accompanied on his travels by director Meryl O’Connor (“The Ballad of Finn” and “Yeti”), journalist Imgard Rop and sociologist Len Albright, who will be present at the Hardywood screening.

The screening is Friday, March 13 in the tap room at Hardywood Park Craft Brewery. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and the movie begins at 8:00 pm. Admission is free with a suggested donation of $5.

Here’s a trailer:


Rising North Carolina musician MC Taylor and his band, Hiss Golden Messenger return to Richmond on April 15 at Broadberry with fellow critical darling (and recent RVA transplant) Natalie Prass as the opening act. Tickets are $10, a bargain for musicians of this caliber. Click here for more.


Dominion Rivverrock announced the musical lineup for its popular annual summer event on Brown’s Island and the riverfront, May 15-17. This year’s headliner is jamband stalwart, Blues Traveler. Other acts include local reggae musician Mighty Joshua, the Shack Band, Sam Reed Syndicate, American Aquarium and Major and the Monbacks. For the whole list, click here.
The event is free and open to the public and it goes without saying, there will be no bottles allowed.


Cranky comedian, talk show host, pot champion and the country’s most famous atheist, Bill Maher, brings his stand-up act to the Carpenter on Friday, July 10. Tickets range from $44 to $73 dollars (plus fees) and go on sale this Friday, Feb. 13 at Richmond CenterStage and Altria Theater box offices, or charge by phone at 1-800-514-ETIX (3849) or online at

Here’s a NSFW clip of Maher giving his thoughts on religious people.


Out of Town: For those rock fans looking for a trip out of town, it was also announced today that legends The Replacements are playing Echostage in DC on Friday, May 8. No info yet on tickets, except that they’ll go fast.


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