Friday – Sunday – St. Benedict Oktoberfest – St. Benedict Oktoberfest in the Museum District is going to be even grander this year, with a larger “festplatz” tent to accommodate the crowd and a bigger stage for a 17-member band from Germany. The three-day festival features traditional German food for sale, as well as a huge selection of beer from local breweries and abroad. There also will be German dancers, a Christkindlmarkt and a kids’ area. 4-11?p.m. Friday, 11?a.m.-11?p.m. Saturday, noon-6?p.m. Sunday at St. Benedict Catholic Church, 300 N. Sheppard St. Free entry; pay as you go.
Saturday – VA Pride Fest – Richmond’s largest celebration of the LGBTQ community features music, performers, vendors, family-friendly activities and more. Don’t miss stellar drag queen performances, including Akashia and Alexis Michelle from “Ru Paul’s Drag Race,” and a headlining concert from Jake Shears of the Scissor Sisters. 11 a.m.-9 p.m. at Brown’s Island, Seventh and Tredegar streets. Free entry; pay as you go.
Saturday and Sunday – Time Travelers Weekend – Twenty of Richmond’s most popular historic sites and museums, including Agecroft Hall, Edgar Allan Poe Museum, and the Valentine, will offer an admission-free weekend. On Sunday, Maymont will celebrate the 125th anniversary of its mansion with a festive carriage parade, food trucks, music and Victorian ladies and gentlemen, noon-5 p.m. For more information, check thevalentine.org or participating museums’ websites.
Saturday – Bill Burr – Rescheduled from last week due to inclement weather, the rant-worthy comedian stops by Richmond on his latest stand-up tour. His animated series, “F Is for Family,” returns for its third season to Netflix, and his latest special, “Walk Your Way Out,” is also streaming on Netflix. 8 p.m. at Altria Theater, 6 N. Laurel St. $37-$42.