Music

Colin & Caroline - 12:00 to 1:00

Born and raised in Richmond, Virginia the two grew up with a foundation and love for music which helped to drive their passions as musicians. Colin and Caroline attended high school together, and after years of pursuing music in different directions, they were reconnected at a local spot in their hometown. They collaborated on several covers, turning them into duets and adding a unique spin to songs of other artists. From there, they began co-writing their own original songs, growing together in lyrics, sound, and performance. What started as two individual solo artists, has since emerged the Acoustic Folk duo of "Colin & Caroline".

Colin & Caroline's heart-warming harmonies, original lyrics, and blend of creative covers first grabbed the attention of many in Central Virginia alone. Several of their original songs (including "More Than Gravity", "Fireflies, and "Like Home") have been featured on popular playlists curated by Spotify, which has spread the presence of Colin & Caroline worldwide. "More Than Gravity" has received over 13 million plays since release in 2014, and it's placement in the Netflix original series "13 Reasons Why." Colin & Caroline look forward to continuing to grow as artists, and sharing their music with audiences both new and old.

Church Hill Music Company - 1:15 to 2:15

Church Hill Music Co. is changing the traditional notions of what "banjo music" can be. Formed in 2013, their hallmarks are tight instrumental arrangements, powerfully soulful vocals, and an eclectic mix of songs. Rooted in bluegrass, but incorporating a love of modern music, you'll hear your favorite song in a whole new way.

Horsehead - 2:30 to 3:30

Who needs whip when you have no cake?

Over a decade of splitting atoms, Horsehead now sets their sites on assembling them all over again. This time, the low-end lab coats filled by Steve Chiles (test tubes) and Ricky Tubb (beaker filling), bunsen burner duties fulfilled by Kevin Wade Inge all while Jon Brown scrawls the formulas.

Most think tanks can't make it past 2 theorems, yet Horsehead is preparing their sixth dispatch. Dance and sing, but don't let the squirrels see you smile.

Wave, it may be love.

The Hit List - 3:45 to 5:15

The Hit List is a Richmond, VA based cover band that specializes in fun, dance-able music from the 80s, 90s, and beyond. Classic pop music reworked with a modern twist. Comprised of four experienced, talented musicians, The Hit List has reinterpreted classic 80's and 90s songs and given them a gritty, modern edge. Fans of this music will enjoy dancing to songs they know and love. Fans of today's music will enjoy the modern sound, and will discover the catchy rhythms and hooks that originally made these songs so popular.

Diamond Heist - 5:30 to 7:00

As audiences have quickly learned, Diamond Heist has a blast paying tribute to the timeless, infectious music of Neil Diamond. The six-member band infuses its performances with nonstop fun, a bit of kitsch and plenty of audience participation. It all goes to show there are two types of people in the world: Those who love Neil Diamond’s music and those who just haven't realized it.

Diamond Heist performs hits and deep cuts from all phases of Diamond’s storied career, including such chart-toppers and fan favorites as "Cracklin' Rosie," "Sweet Caroline," "Cherry, Cherry," "I Am I Said," "Love on the Rocks," "I'm a Believer" and "Forever in Blue Jeans." The band continues to expand its repertoire with suggestions from fans. Diamond Heist recognized it had tapped into something special following its debut in summer 2014. A friend commented on social media, “Omg. I have been waiting for this!” Undoubtedly, others have been waiting, too.

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