Coming into town this weekend? We've put together a list of calendars around town and picked a few highlights for visitors. We've also got some free stuff and family fun for you. Have fun!


We're a little biased because we think our calendar is pretty great...but only because it is!


"Design for Living" by Noel Coward opened the 24th at the Richmond Triangle Players. Tickets available now!


And, of course, Saturday is Virginia Pridefest 2014. Check out our guide here.



RVANews is your inside source while you're in the region. We highly recommend checking it out if you want to know what's what in the Richmond Region. Their calendars are awesome too.


RVANews has got the opening of the VA State Fair on their calendar for Friday.


Sundary marks the Battle of Newmarket Heights reenactment in Henrico. This event is free to attend.


This is one of the most comprehensive and easy to read calendars in #RVA. Bookmark it now (after you bookmark, of course.)


RCR has Beer & Banjos at the Camel on the docket for Saturday night.



Style Weekly is the local alt weekly. Check it out for listings, long form reporting and local flavor.


It's a bluegrass kind of weekend. Style Weekly has some twang on the calendar for Friday night at the Bluegrass Bash at St. Stephen's Episcopal Church. Food trucks and craft beer will be available.


Deals, Free Stuff and Family Fun

Living Social has 50% off a Ghosts & Grisly Stories Segway Tour.


Uber Richmond is offering new members a $20 credit with code VAPRIDE.


RVA MakerFest is FREE Saturday at the Virginia Museum of Science.


DailyDealRichmond has Half-Off Ticket Packages to Blood Lake Haunted Trails haunted attractions!


Groupon has deals on G-Force Go Kart racing and paintball.


Holler at us on Twitter if you have questions, need recommendations or just wanna say hi.