You have two more chances to see the CYAC production, “Our Town,” Friday and Saturday at 8 PM at the WVSU Capitol Center Theater.
The big car show is going on at Kanawha Boulevard until 7 PM Saturday. I have mixed feelings about this. I love classic cars and will probably attend and post a huge photo essay, but I also hate to see Kanawha Boulevard shut down and used as a park. I’d feel better with this if it only happened once or twice a year. But still, cool cars, free music, lots of junk food–all downtown.
Free Music Friday
Rick Perdue will be at Taylor Books at 7:30 PM. Jim Snyder and The Castaways will be at Timothy’s (below the Quarrier Diner) at 8 PM and Dugan Carter and Friends will perform at Bruno’s on Leon Sullivan Way at 9 PM.
The People’s blues of Richmond (with Rick Perdue) performs at The Boulevard Tavern at 10 Pm with a $5 cover charge. RFC guests Farnsworth will be at The Empty Glass for their last show before taking a small break at 11 PM with a $7 cover. Big Marge is also on the bill with Farnsworth.
Hillbilly Deathride invades The Blue Parrot with HarraH and Granpappy’s Lap in tow at 10 Pm with a five-dollar cover. A night of hard-rocking heavy metal will ensue.
Free Music Saurday
Spencer Elliott and Sean Richardson will be at Bluegrass Kitchen with no cover, starting at 7 PM.
This is Spencer…
…and this is Sean…
More free music includes George Robertson at Taylor Books at 7:30 PM and an open mic at Crumpecker’s.
Weekend Road Trip
The Wayward Girls School of Burlesque hits the road and brings their Halloween Extravaganza to Dicken’s Pub in Portsmouth, Ohio. Fiv bucks gets you in the door at 9 PM to witness the sexy, gory wonders of The Wayard Girls as they celebrate their favorite holiday.
Saturday Night Music
600 lbs of SIN will be at The Boulevard Tavern at 10 PM, probably for a five-dollar cover. Aqueous comes to town at The Empty Glass at 11 PM, with a seven-dollar cover.