The gifted singers of the Vienna Boys Choir have been praised for their celestial voices, rapturous harmonies, pure tone, irresistible charm, and, above all, a wide-ranging repertoire spanning centuries. Co-presented by Virginia Arts Festival and Modlin Center for the Arts, University of Richmond. Tickets may be purchased via the Modlin Center for the Arts Box Office.
Let's celebrate the season with an afternoon tour of Hollywood Cemetery. The tour will focus on the symbolism of the season! This is a walking tour of approximately 2 miles and takes 60 to 90 minutes per tour. Three sessions are offered: 9–10:30 a.m.; 12–1:30 p.m.; and 3–4:30 p.m. HollywoodCemetery.org
Richmond's premier holiday tradition! The Richmond Pops Band is a community-based organization that has been providing exciting and dynamic musical experiences to the Richmond community for more than 43 years. As a nonprofit, all-volunteer organization, the band has enjoyed unprecedented growth and popularity with an ever-increasing and diverse audience. AltriaTheater.com
A holiday mash-up for the whole family. Directed and choreographed by Jennifer Weber, it is a contemporary dance spectacle set to Tchaikovsky’s timeless music. This evening-length production is performed by a supercharged cast of a dozen all-star dancers; a DJ; a violinist; and MC Kurtis Blow, one of hip-hop’s founding fathers, who opens the show with a short set. AltriaTheater.com
Holograms, projection mapping, interactive lasers and award-winning cirque artists all come together under to most spectacular holiday production show in the world! Holiday Dreams presents a jaw-dropping, modern holiday show featuring cirque artists, comedy, daredevils and a modern soundtrack. AltriaTheater.com
Enjoy fun family activities all afternoon. Live music with the Ululating Mummies, a parade, photo opportunities with the Garden Keeper, make your own New Year’s party hat, write your wish for 2020 and add it to the “wishing chain," and the annual Garden tradition: “Rolling in the New Year” by rolling down the hill to the Cochrane Rose Garden. LewisGinter.org
Start off the New Year with RRRC’s First Day 5K and Kids Fun Run/Walk. The race features a fast and flat course that runs through the Roxshire neighborhood in Midlothian. The race features special divisions for the top finishers wearing an evening gown or tux and awards for the runner with a finish time closest to 20:20.
“Dancing with the Stars: Live!” tours North America this winter, celebrating the year 2020 in classic style with your favorite dancers from the hit ABC show. The all-new production continues its legacy of wowing live audiences performing fan-favorite routines from the TV series and new numbers choreographed just for the live audiences. altriatheater.com
Join your Richmond Jeep community and friends in a night of showing off your ride and enjoying some great local brews This is a family friendly event for the entire family including your dog. Don't drive a Jeep? No problem, Jeepers love to talk about their toys. Every other Friday. Free. intermissionbeer.com
Meet some of Maymont’s animal ambassadors during scaly, feathered and furry close encounters. Different animals will be featured at each program, including alligators, snakes, turtles, birds of prey, and animals of the Chesapeake Bay. Register online at maymont.org. Walk-ups welcome, space permitting.
These panelists will share samples of their work and lessons learned about how our stories connect us in today’s increasingly divided and digital world, and explore the ways that we can connect more deeply with the people around us. richmondforum.org
The annual Poe Birthday Bash is the world’s largest celebration of author Edgar Allan Poe’s birthday. Twelve straight hours of performances, film, music, readings, exhibits, and as well as neighborhood tours, museum tours, and historical interpreters. There are crafts and games for the kids, a midnight champagne toast for the adults and birthday cake for everyone. $5 poemuseum.org
The Symphony is coming back to Powhatan High School for a concert benefiting the Powhatan Education Foundation (PEF) and the school’s music program. Highlights from the program include Allegro con brio from Symphony No. 5 by Beethoven, Cowboys Overture by John Williams and selections from Oklahoma by Rodgers and Hammerstein. Come join us for a wonderful afternoon of music! $25 eventbrite.com
View the moon through an astronomical telescope and learn how to use a star map. Participants must be at least 10 years old. Registration is required. If you plan to attend with others, please ensure that everyone in your group is registered, either by using a group registration (up to 3 people) or in separate registrations. All ages Registration required.