The first-ever Chesterfield LIVE! music festival will be Saturday, May 25. This free, family-friendly musical event hosted by Chesterfield County, in partnership with the Richmond Symphony and the Chesterfield Chamber of Commerce will feature four premiere musical acts, all performing under the Symphony’s iconic “Big Tent.”
In addition to musical entertainment, there will be a children’s play area with inflatables, local vendors, a variety of local food trucks and Chesterfield’s own, Steam Bell Beer Works, will be pouring local brews for purchase. Bring your family, friends and coworkers to kick off the summer in Chesterfield!
Be sure to mark your calendars, because we’ll be “Walking on Sunshine” and searching for “Good Times” to cure the “Summertime Blues.” So, “Shake It Off” and prepare to “Move Your Feet” to the sounds of Chesterfield LIVE!
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Keeping the crowd entertained during set changes and serving as this year’s festival hosts are well-known Richmond DJ Lonnie B. and Coffee with Strangers host Kelli Lemon.
A rock band made up of soldiers in the United States Army stationed at Fort Lee with a talent and passion for high-energy covers.
Dance Candy is a tight, polished six-pack of musicianship, schooled in the vibrant VCU music scene in Richmond. This all-star lineup features a soulful, sensuous female voice that draws influences from everyone like pop stars Adele and Whitney Houston to R&B greats like Jill Scott and Sharon Jones. The deep groove rhythm section can set the tone for everything from 70s funk to hip hop. The sophisticated, funky leads of the guitar set up the soaring melodies of the trumpet to leaves jaws dropped and hearts broken.
Seventy professional musicians with a stunning repertoire, spanning everything from the Star Wars and Harry Potter soundtracks to Beatles anthologies and even performing with “Weird Al” Yankovic.
A seasoned show band with five distinct vocalists, bringing new life and energy to the most memorable artists and nostalgic songs from the 80’s.