88.9 WCVE Richmond Public Radio’s The Electric Croude will celebrate its 30th anniversary with an event featuring music, poetry, comedy and more. Host George Maida will curate a live “classic Croude” evening that will bring together local bands and performing artists to share their talents and goodwill.
The Electric Croude 30th Anniversary Concert Celebration
- When: Tuesday, November 17th • 6:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m.
- Where: 88.9 WCVE Richmond Public Radio • 23 Sesame Street Richmond, VA 23235 (directions)
Tickets are only $10: Reserve yours in advance or pay at the door.
- Tin Can Fish Band (roots music)
- Laura Ann Singh with Chris Lucas (vocals/fingerstyle guitar duet)
- Stephen Christoff (songwriter/multi-instrumentalist)
- Pamela McCarthy (folk)
- Martin Vincent (Americana)
- Angel Limb (poetry)
- John Porter (stand-up comedy),
- and of course The Electric Croude Bande featuring Bianca Bryan, Matthew Costello, Kevin Beale, Chris Lucas and George Maida.
Reserve your tickets in advance or pay at the door.
Donations of food are also being collected for the nonprofit FeedMore.
Everyone who brings in a nonperishable food item will be entered into a special prize drawing.
There will be a cash bar, food trucks, and a table that will have hundreds of CDs - free for the taking.
About The Electric Croude
The Electric Croude with George Maida is Virginia's longest running hourly eclectic show, beginning in 1985 as a showcase for Anglo-Celtic folk and gradually expanding to include Americana, progressive rock, alternative and more. The Electric Croude airs Saturdays at 10:00 p.m. on 88.9 WCVE.