Posts Tagged ‘richmond house shows’

Just a reminder- today is the first day of July! Which marks the start of the Pelican Bay Prison hunger strike, and is also a good time to take a look at the Wingnut Calendar of Events and see what the upcoming month has in store! July has a lot going on! We have shows, bike rides, movies, workshops, field trips, zine challenges and more planned already for the month of July. You can always check our calendar- and peek to the months ahead at:

Here is a list of events so far this month, you can view the monthly calendar format on the calendar site:


Friday, July 1

 Wingnut Open HoursWingnut Open Hours

 These Streets are Watching Movie Screening
Sunday, July 3

 Monroe Park Food Not BombsMonroe Park Food Not Bombs

 Monroe Park Food Not Bombs MealMonroe Park Food Not Bombs Meal

 Cleanup from Food Not BombsCleanup from Food Not Bombs
Monday, July 4
All day

 Get Your FBI File Week

 Critical Mass Bike Ride

 Di Nigunim and Barons of Tang

 Wingnut Trash Cleanup
Tuesday, July 5
All day

 Get Your FBI File Week
Wednesday, July 6
All day

 Get Your FBI File Week

 Wingnut Open HoursWingnut Open Hours

 Mysterious Rabbit Puppet Army Show (more…)
Come join the Wingnut for a great show on a Monday night! July 11th at 7pm at the Wingnut Anarchist Collective, 2005 Barton Avenue.
Xtramedium which is folk punk from France, State of Nature (spokane, wa) and Mitch the Champion (of pop punk’ band harpo – bloomington, in) are travelling to Richmond to perform for you!

Take a listen here:

No door cover, but please bring some money to help out the travelling bands and buy some of their cds!

As always, this is a sober all ages show!

Come on out to the Wingnut for our first show of 2011 on Thursday January 6th at 7pm. Alison Self, The Baltimore String Felons and You Will Never Guess Whats Going On will be providing the musical entertainment for the evening.

Alison Self is a Richmond favorite (returning at least temporarily to the city) playing ukelele and singing amazing blues/roots music.

Baltimore String Felons are a blue grass inspired 4 piece band from baltimore (duh)

You Will Never Guess Whats Going On is  a guitar/violin duet from the cave, playing ice hockey ballads…..

Wingnut shows are All Ages and Sober events. They are free, but bringing money to donate to the travelling bands is definitely encouraged.

If you enjoy folk music that includes ukelele, banjo, violin, guitar, mandolin,  spoons, tambourine,  dusty kick drum, and more, come Holler N’ Stomp at the Wingnut on January 6th.