Thursday – Saturday – Don’t Look Back Fest – Earlier this summer, Don’t Look Back, the beloved taco spot in Carytown suffered a fire and expects to be closed for the next six months. Don’t Look Back Fest aims to help those affected by the fire with three days of music at three different venues. On Thursday, check out the Dance Party with Julie, Caito and Brad at Flora, 203 N. Lombardy St., 10 p.m., donations welcome. On Friday, head to The Camel for performances from Keep, Good Neighbor, Smoke Break, Clair Morgan and Navi, $6 advance, $8 at the door, 8 p.m., 1621 W. Broad St. On Saturday, Tess Fisher, Gardener and Clair Morgan will play Three Notch’d Brewing Co RVA Collab House, 2930 W. Broad St., donations welcome, 6 p.m. http://www.richmond.com/food-drink/restaurant-news/don-t-look-back-restaurant-in-carytown-closed-for-at/article_8a176ad1-55fa-5f00-ab32-bcb65ef0885e.html
Friday – #804Day at Buskey Cider – Buskey Cider is celebrating Richmond for #804Day — also known as August 4 — with a big party. Stop by the Scott’s Addition spot for plenty of cider, plus food from Boulevard Burger and Brew which will be serving beef and vegan sliders and Fat Dragon which will be serving up firecracker shrimp. There will also be cider collaborations with Randall’d Ciders, Texas Beach Bloody Mary Mix and even a puppy kissing booth. HandsOn Greater Richmond will receive 10% of the cider proceeds. 3 p.m.-10 p.m.
Saturday – The Southern Belles Album Release – Richmond band The Southern Belles are releasing their new album, “In The Middle Of The Night,” at The Broadberry. The Southern Belles play southern psychedelic rock with a signature sound. With Dalton Dash and Litz. Doors open at 8 p.m. show at 9 p.m. 2729 W. Broad St. $10 in advance, $12 day of show.
Sunday – Music in the Park – The Moogly Blues play electric blues at Forest Hill Park. Bring a picnic, chairs and blanket. 6-8 p.m. Forest Hill Park, New Kent Road and West 42nd Street. Free.