Thursday – Chris Robinson Brotherhood – The Chris Robinson Brotherhood, led by the former Black Crowes frontman, stops by the National. The psychedelic roots rockers have released five studio albums since forming in 2011, including their latest “Any Way You Love, We Know How You Feel,” which has been described as “earthy and transcendent” and a perfect example of Chris Robinson’s cosmic California music. $19.50 in advance, $23 day of show. 8 p.m. The National, 708 E. Broad St.

http://www.thenationalva.com/

Saturday – BrewHaHa – Historic beer? That’s the twist at the second annual BrewHaHa beer festival at the Virginia Museum of History and Culture (formerly known as the Virginia Historical Society). Visitors can sample regular craft brews from Alewerks Brewing Co., Ballast Point Brewing Co., Blue Bee Cider, Trapezium Brewing Co., and many more. In “Battle of the Brews,” four local breweries — Isley, Ardent, Castleburg, and Canon & Draw — will brew a modern take on a historic recipe for lemon beer from the museum’s archives. Who will be the winner? Show up to see. VIP ticket holders will be allowed to sample the lemon beer. There will also be food trucks and bluegrass music. $30 general admission, $40 VIP with early entrance to “battle of the brews.” 6-9 p.m. Virginia Museum of History & Culture, 428 N. Boulevard.

https://www.virginiahistory.org/events/programs-and-activities/social-events/brewhaha-festival

Saturday – 106.5 The Beat Fest with The Roots – Jimmy Fallon’s house band and hip-hop standby The Roots swing through town for the 106.5 The Beat Fest at Innsbrook After Hours. Fronted by Questlove and Black Thought, The Roots are a creative, superfunk experience and will be headlining the festival. Other artists on the bill include TSoul from “The Voice,” TK Kravitz and Hood Celebrityy. Tickets $31 and up. Gates open at 3 p.m. Innsbrook After Hours, ServPro of Richmond Pavilion, 4901 Lake Brook Drive, Glen Allen.

http://innsbrookafterhours.com/

Saturday – Angelo De Augustine – If you’re a fan of Sufjan Stevens, be sure to check out the Angelo De Augustine show at Strange Matter. The Thousand Oaks, Calif.’s singer’s voice is airy, dreamy and evocative of a gentle summer breeze, perfect for a mid-summer evening. He released his latest “Carcassonne” on Sufjan Stevens’ own label Asthmatic Kitty Records. With Many Rooms. 8 p.m.

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