Thursday by way of Monday
The Amazing Acro-Cats on the Libby S. Gottwald Playhouse within the Dominion Energy Center for the Performing Arts
Sept. 2 – 6
If you’re keen on cats, you’ve in all probability already acquired this one marked down. If not, then by all means don’t miss this frisky troupe of performing home cats and their two-hour lengthy “purrformances” that embody using skateboards, rolling on balls, leaping by way of hoops and a oh-a-whole-lot extra. Such as the large finale, which incorporates the one all-cat band on the planet (in accordance with their press launch): Tuna and the Rock Cats! that includes St. Clawed on guitar, Bue on drums, Nue on keyboard, Ahi on woodblocks, Albacore on cowbell, Roux on trumpet, Oz on sax, and Cluck Norris on tambourine. Pretty a lot appears like essentially the most thrilling factor to occur in Richmond in about two years. We assume it’s been two years. Could be 5. Feels like 5. And sure, that is that cat band you noticed on PBS. Just go. Stay protected. Watch cats. Presented by Rock Cats Rescue. Shows at 7 p.m. every night time although there’s a 3 p.m. on Saturday, Sept.4 and a 2 p.m. on Sept. 5. Visit dominionenergycenter.com for extra particulars.
Fear of Music on the Broadberry
Friday, Sept. 3
The nice native tribute to the Talking Heads, simply top-of-the-line on the planet, returns to a well-recognized stage to make the folks dance, herky-jerky like, proper out of their huge outsized fits, or facemasks because the case could also be. The doorways open at 8 p.m. Show at 9 p.m. $12 prematurely, $15 day of present. Vax card or current unfavorable take a look at inside 72 hours required. thebroadberry.com.
Charley Crockett and Joshua Ray Walker on the National
Saturday, Sept. 4
We took the time to look at the YouTube movies by Mr. Charley Crockett, who hails from the identical small Texas city as the nice Freddy Fender, and at first we thought it is perhaps NBA nice Steph Curry pulling a Garth Brooks aspect challenge deal. But nope, Crockett is legit at enjoying that old fashioned roots nation and blues, whereas additionally effortlessly shifting to countrypolitan soul and good ‘ole honky tonk vibes. As local music fan, deejay and veteran booker Todd Ranson remarked: “Like early Dwight Yoakam and a male Lucinda Williams.” That sounds legit to us. He’s prolific too, having launched eight albums in six years, his final one, “10 for Slim: Charley Crockett sings James Hand,” got here out in February. To try his originals although, you’ll wish to lookup his acclaimed 2020 album, “Welcome to Hard Times.” 8 p.m. $22.50 prematurely, $27.50 day of present. Vax card required or unfavorable take a look at inside 72 hours. All ages. thenationalva.com.