The RVA Music Fest: Everything You Need To Know About

by | Oct 20, 2015 | MUSIC

Sept 10-1th RVA Magazine and Phull Entertainment will host the first annual
Sept 10-1th
RVA Magazine and Phull Entertainment will host the first annual RVA Music Fest.

Nothing like this has ever been done within the Greater Richmond Metro area since long before your moms mom could remember. Saturday the 10th will see a litany of local showcases from Indie Rock to Hip Hop at The Republic, The Hat Factory, Bellytimber, Balliceaux, NY Deli, The Camel and Cafe Diem.

On Sunday, from 2-10PM we will be shutting it down 18th and E. Main in Shockoe Bottom with Girl Talk, Best Coast and ten local bands. Both days will prove to have plenty of somethings for everyone. If you don’t know where your going to be already, here is the break down:

Saturday, Sept 10th:

@ The Hat Factory: 140 Virginia St

Heavy Grinder

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18+ Kicks off @ 10 PM – $9 in advance, $12 @ the door (CLICK HERE 4 TIX)
Presented by Nightlife Promo

@ The Republic: 2053 West Broad St.

Long Arms

Lorem Ipsum

No Dice

21+ show kicks off @ 10 PM – No Cover
Call (804) 592-4444 for more info

@ New York Deli: 2920 West Cary St


21+, Doors open @10, No Cover
Call 804-358-DELI for more info

@ Strange Matter: 929 West Grace Street

Miniature Tigers

Baby Help Me Forget

Fire Bison


18+ $8 Advanced/$10 @ the Door
804-447-4763 for info on advanced tickets

@ Bellytimber: 1501 Main Street

Long Jawns

21+ No Cover, Show Starts @10pm
Presented by Audio Ammo

@ The Camel: 1621 West broad Street

Audra The Rapper

Nickelus F

Noah O

Artik Phreeze


Cain McCoy

Just Plain Ant


18+, $7 in advanced/$10 @ the door, Show Starts @ 10pm
804-353-4901 for info on advanced tickets
Presented by SlapDash

@ Balliceaux: 203 North Lombardy Street

Dead Fame

Canary Oh Canary

League Of Space Pirates

$5 @ the door, show starts @ 10pm
Hit up 804-355-3008 for more info

@ Cafe Diem: 600 North Sheppard Street

Down Beat Switch

The Kindling Kind


21+, No Cover, Show Starts @ 10pm
Presented by Radio Rubber Room

Sunday, September 11th from 2-10pm. 18th and East Main will be 2 stages, plenty of vendors, food, beer and some of the best live music Richmond has to offer. Advanced tickets are $22 and $30 the day of. I would recommend getting your tickets early and saving $8 plus the possible embarrassment of missing the event because it sells out the day of. CLICK HERE and save yourself the hassle. For those of you who only want the best, we have a very limited number of VIP tickets available. $100 gets you access to the VIP tent, VIP seating, including specialty beer from Browns Distributing and catering provided by Halligan’s.

Stage 1 Main Stage: Presented by Phull Entertainment

Girl Talk 8:30-10pm

Best Coast 6:50-8:15pm

The Trillions 6:20-7pm

Diamond Center 5:30-6pm

White Laces 4:40-5:10pm

The Silent Age 3:50-4:20pm

The Climbers 3-3:30pm

Stage 2: Presented by Richmond City DPU

No BS Brass Band 7:40-8:10pm

Black Girls 6:50-7:20pm

Goldrush 6-6:30pm

Antero 5:10-5:40pm

Luggage 4:20-4:50pm

Proverbial 3:30-4pm

VIP Tent: Presented By The Republic & Brown Distributing

Weird Sailboat & Mau

DJ Reinhold

Bobby LaBeat

DJ Phemon

All Access DJ Tent: Presented By The Republic and Brown Distributing

Audio Ammo: Doddie, LongJawns & Boby La Beat

Party Liberation Front: The Reinhold, Mr. Jennings & Akasha

Euphoria: Jmungz, Shugadadde, Rometti

NLP: Madd FX & Skywalker

Turnstyle: Jesse Split & Joanna O

With forty five local bands and two nationally touring acts, this year is just the first taste of the evolution of the RVA Music Scene. Bookmark this page, it will include everything you’ll need to know about the music fest.

Matt Ringer

Matt Ringer

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