Friday Cheers Announces 2020 Lineup

Friday Cheers, presented by Pacifico, is back! Returning May 1 for its 36th season, this is Richmond’s longest running outdoor concert series. Produced by Venture Richmond Events, Friday Cheers will again offer a stellar line-up featuring breakout bands, national acts, and RVA’s hometown talent. Children 12 and under are free.  Here’s what we’re looking at this year:

May 1 – Jade Bird (8:00) with Sweet Potatoes (6:30) $10. Watch Jade Bird on YouTube:

May 8 – Billy Strings (8:00) with Andrew Alli & Josh Small (6:30) $10. Watch Billy Strings on YouTube:

Watch Andrew and Josh on YouTube:

May 22 – RVA Music Night: Palm Palm (8:00), Erin and the Wildfire (7:00) and Shormey (6:00) $5. Watch Palm Palm on YouTube: Watch Erin and the Wildfire on YouTube: Watch Shormey on YouTube:

May 29 – Jay Som (8:00) with Angelica Garcia (6:30) $10. Watch Jay Som on YouTube: Watch Angelica Garcia on YouTube:

June 5 – Mdou Moctar (8:00) with Jouwala Collective (6:30) $5 
Watch Mdou Moctar on YouTube: Watch Jouwala Collective on YouTube:

June 12 – The Growlers (7:30) with Deathbirds Surf Club (6:15) $10 . Watch The Growlers on YouTube: Watch Deathbirds Surf Club on YouTube:

June 19 – Tank and the Bangas (8:00) with Kenneka Cook (6:30) $10. Watch Tank and the Bangas on YouTube: Watch Kenneka Cook on YouTube:

June 26 – Futurebirds (8:00) and The Nude Party (6:30) $10. Watch Futurebirds on YouTube: Watch The Nude Party on YouTube:

Advance tickets for individual shows and season passes to Friday Cheers are now available to purchase online at Season Passes cost $45 for a limited time and $55 after. 

Friday Cheers is presented by: Pacifico
Friday Cheers is sponsored by: CoStar, Dominion Green Power,  Delta Hotels by MarriottDrive Shack103.7 PlayRichmond.comStyle Weekly NBC12CW Richmond and Easley Made Catering.

For more insider and behind-the-scenes info and back stories on the artists, visit the Friday Cheers blog or Venture Richmond’s website.

Photo by Dave Parrish

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