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January
23

Richmond Concerts

Richmond has earned accolades as one of the most vibrant arts communities in America. Our real estate agents catch performances by the latest and greatest music, dance, and comedy talents at these great venues around Richmond homes for sale

  • Maymont - 1000 Westover Rd., Richmond, VA 23220
    For nearly a century, Maymont has been a popular destination for locals and tourists. Tour the stunning 33-room mansion, stroll through specialty gardens, and interact with animals at the Maymont Farm and Robins Nature Center. Outdoor concerts are held from June through September on the carriage house lawn. Admission to the grounds is free. Visit the website for the concert schedule and prices for individual attractions.

  • The National - 708 E. Broad St., Richmond, VA 23219
    With wooden floors and brick walls creating an impressively polished appearance, The National is described as "a music lover's fantasyland." The venue was one of the first in the country to install a state-of-the-art V-DOSC sound system. Relax in one of the padded stadium seats in the balcony or get your dance on the open first floor. Views are great from any spot, but video screens and monitors ensure that you don't miss a thing. 

  • Modlin Center for the Arts - 435 Westhampton Way, Richmond, VA 23173
    Located on the University of Richmond campus, Modlin Center for the Arts is a classroom and studio complex that doubles as a performance venue. In addition to shows starring nationally-known artists, the Center hosts productions by the University's Department of Theatre and Dance and the annual free concert series from the Department of Music. Upcoming shows include Mark Morris Dance Group (1/27) and Joshua Redman (2/15). 

  • Gallery5 - 200 W. Marshall St., Richmond, VA 23220
    Gallery5 serves as a showcase for both contemporary arts and Richmond's historical legacy. The gallery is housed in Steamer Company No. 5, which has been designated as a National Historic Landmark. This building in the Jackson Ward district is the oldest firehouse in Virginia, as well as Richmond's oldest police station and jailhouse. An upstairs gallery features exhibits from local, international, and up-and-coming artists. Live shows encompass all forms of art, including dance, film, comedy, spoken word, and theater. Admission is free on the first Friday of every month.

  • Altria Theater - 6 N. Laurel St., Richmond, VA 23220
    Originally built as the Mosque Theater in 1918 for the then-astronomical sum of $1.65 million, the Altria Theater underwent a complete renovation in the mid-1990s. The Altria's stage has been the scene of award-winning Broadway plays, concerts, and comedy shows. For an additional charge, complete your evening with a Lexus Lounge pass that includes early entry, complimentary pre-show hors d'oeuvres, beverage credit, and concierge service.

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