April shows at The Camel

by | Apr 3, 2017 | VENUE NEWS

It’s the beginning of a new month and there’s tons of music to see around town. The Camel recently announced its schedule for April. Check it out below and go catch some live tunes!

4/3 – Spacemere, The Hoodoos, Sleave, Followship, 9pm, $5
4/4 – Bachelor Boys, 7pm, FREE // Late: Chris Forsyth & the Solar Motel Band & Dead Frog, 9pm, $10 ADV, $12 DOS
4/5 – Kneebody w/ Future Prospect, 8pm, $20 ADV, $23 DOS
4/6 – First Thursday’s w/ The Dharma Bombs! feat. The Judy Chops & Deathbird Surf Club, 9pm, $5
4/7 – Beers & Banjos featuring: Slack Family Band, 6pm, Free // Late: Friday’s with Clair Morgan feat. Shy/Low, Manazara, Geometers A Benefit Show for ReEstablish Richmond, 9pm, $6 ADV, $8 DOS
4/8 – A Fundraiser for WRIR featuring: Milagro Saints & more!, 9pm, $10 suggested donation or more.
4/9 – Bandit Queens Tribal Cafe, 11am, Tix at door // Late: Cordovas, The Groove Orient, 9pm, $8 ADV, $10 DOS
4/10 – Doll Baby, Those Lavender Whales, Haybaby, Ben Shepherd, 9pm, $5
4/11 – The Trigger System Presents!: JONATHAN RICHMAN (featuring TOMMY LARKINS on the drums)!, 9pm, $15
4/12 – Lord Nelson, Ona, The Dawn Drapes, 9pm, $5
4/13 – Zero Crossing Showcase (collective of REC ROOM & Satellite Syndicate), 9pm, 21+ ages free, $2 cover
4/14 – Blues & Brews featuring: Jack The Bag, 5pm, FREE // Late: 2nd Friday’s with South Hill Banks! feat. Will Overman Band, 9pm, $7
4/15 – Buddha Council, King Easy, Space Koi, 9pm, $8
4/16 – Cordovas, The Groove Orient, 9pm, $8 ADV, $10 DOS
4/17 – The Hoodoos, Church Girls, Moths, The Resonants, 8pm, $7
4/18 – JTM Presents: RVA Music Family Benefit for Joey Beyers, 9pm, $5 or more donations!
4/19 – Bandilly Productions Presents: You Bred Raptors? (NYC), w/ Lucy In Battle Armor, & ASHES, 10pm, FREE
4/20 – Tweed, Deaf Scene, Disco Risque, 9pm, $8 ADV, $10 DOS
4/21 – Beers & Banjos featuring: Cary Street Ramblers, 6pm, FREE // Late: Murphy’s Kids, The Snails, Shagwuf, 9pm, $8
4/22 – Early: VCU Green Unity Fundraiser featuring: Thai Sun, Castle of Genre, Talk to Plants, 3pm, $5 Donation or more. // Late: Fritz, more TBA, 9pm, $10 ADV, $12 DOS
4/23 – Brunch w/ Dead Giveaway, 12pm, FREE // Late: Susto w/ Parker Gispert of The Whigs, 9pm, $10 ADV, $12 DOS
4/24 – Charged Up Ent & Die Young Collective presents: Oh Da Problem, Nura Ness, Ezko x DopeMusicVillage, Tef Habib, Van silke, Rezon, Dell Jones, K. Will, Obey, Fuggin doe , Papicartaa, 9pm, $5 ADV, $7 DOS
4/25 – Pressure Fit: Trombone Base, Trombombs, 9pm, $7
4/26 – The Camel’s Open Mic Night!, 7pm, $5 Cover, FREE 21+
4/27 – JTM Presents: Those Manic Seas Album Release Party!, 9pm, $5
4/28 – Blues & Brews featuring: Mike Souder Band, 5pm, FREE // Late: Shadefest presents: Jouwala Collective & more TBA!, 9pm, $8 ADV, $10 DOS
4/29 – JTM presents: Toxic Moxie, Illiterate Light, more TBA, 9pm, $8 ADV, $10 DOS
4/30 – Brunch w/ Drew & Erin, 12pm, Free // Early: Eli Conley CD Release Show featuring: Molly Payne and the Mistakes, and Tyler Hughes & Sam Gleaves, 4pm, $10 // Late: Fulton Lee, Ban Hatton, The Talkies, 9:15pm, $5

The Camel is located at 1621 W. Broad St. For more details, or to get tickets to any of the above shows, click here.

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