April events at Gallery5

by | Apr 3, 2017 | VENUE NEWS

There are so many venues around Richmond that are dedicated to serving more than just the music scene. They serve up comedy acts, artists, exhibits, burlesque, dance and more. Gallery5 is one of them and they have a stacked calendar for this month. Check out the awesome events they have lined up below:

4/7 First Fridays 12th Year Anniversary Party
Doors 6pm / Sounds 8pm / FREE
Burlesque and Variety Hour:
Hosted by Deanna Danger

4/9 Sunday Luxotica Lounge Cabaret
Doors 7pm / Sounds 8pm // Pre-Sale $10 / DOS $15
Featuring a 4-piece band

4/13 Thursday Moon Bounce / Ehiorobo / BSTFRND 1 TBA
Doors 7pm / Sounds 8pm // DOS suggested donation $5-$10
Moon Bounce (10:15)
TBA (9:30)
Ehiorobo (8:45)
BSTFRND (8pm)

4/14 Friday Diet Cig / Daddy Issues / Waiting for Silence ** THIS INCLUDES SOUND CHECK **
8PM Doors // 9PM Sounds | $10 in Advance // $12 Day of Show
Load in 6pm
Diet Cig (11:00pm)
Daddy Issues (10:00pm)
Waiting for Silence (9pm)

4/15 Saturday The Wimps / Hill Walkers / The Hoodoos / Strawberry Moon
Doors 8pm / Sounds 9pm // Pre-sale $5 / DOS $6
The Wimps (11:15)
The Hill Walkers (10:30)
The Hoodoos (9:45)
Strawberry Moon (9pm)

4/16 Sunday Fat Spirit, You’re Jovian, Basmati
Doors 7pm / Sounds 8pm // Pre-sale $6 / DOS $7
Fat Spirit (10:00)
You’re Jovian (9:15)
Basmati (8:30)

4/20 Thursday Battlemaster / Left Cross / Murdersome / Buzzard Dust
Doors 7pm / Noise 8pm // $5
Battlemaster (10:15)
Left Cross (9:30)
Murdersome (8:45)
Buzzard Dust (8pm)

4/21 Friday RRFP End of BAT Party!
Doors 7:30pm / Sounds 8pm / $5-$20 donation

4/23 Sunday All Talk, Wester Green, Hot Reader (THIS SHOW STARTS LATER THAN USUAL SUNDAY SHOWS)
Doors 8pm / Sounds 9pm // Pre-Sale $5 / DOS $6
Wester Green (10:15)
All Talk (9:45)
Hot Reader (9pm)

4/27 TBA Secret Show More Details to come!
Doors 7pm / Sounds 8pm // TBA

Gallery5 is located at 200 W. Marshall St., details on the shows can be found at the links above or here.

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