Twin Brothers Band at Brambly Park
Local blues quartet Twin Brothers Band will debut new music during their performance. Concertgoers are advised to wear a mask and follow social distancing guidelines at this free event. Reservations are suggested, as walk-ins will be restricted once capacity is met. To reserve tickets, visit bramblypark.com.
7:30 – 11 p.m., Brambly Park, 1708 Belleville St.
Drive-in drag show
Showtimes for this fall-themed, drive-in drag event are 6 and 8 p.m. Receive a parking assignment via email after purchasing tickets on Diversity Richmond’s website.
6 p.m., Diversity Richmond, 1407 Sherwood Ave., $10
VCUarts Fall Jazz Festival
Music from jazz legends Duke Ellington, Bob Brookmeyer and Gil Evans will be featured in a four-set concert from VCU Jazz Orchestras I and II. This event will mark the music department’s first performance since March and will be available to stream for free online. For more information, contact director of jazz studies Antonio Garcia at firstname.lastname@example.org.
8 p.m., streaming on go.vcu.edu/concerthall from the W.E. Singleton Center for the Performing Arts
ICA opening: ‘As Everybody’
A survey of work from multimodal Argentinian artist Fernanda Laguna, “As Everybody (Como Todo El Mundo,)” will display at the Institute for Contemporary Art from Oct. 10 until Jan. 10. Access to the exhibits are available through free, timed tickets. To reserve tickets, visit the ICA’s website.
Times vary, Institute for Contemporary Art, 601 W. Broad St.
19th Amendment discussion with Library of Virginia
Virginia Sen. Jennifer McClellan, D-Richmond, will moderate a virtual panel discussion exploring the unresolved inequalities following the passing of the 19th Amendment. Panelists will discuss women’s suffrage and citizenship for minority groups in America’s history. For registration information about this free event, visit the event link at Connect VA’s website or email Emma Ito at email@example.com.
5 – 6 p.m., connectva.org
Latinx professionals panel
Speakers from a variety of industries will examine their experiences as working while Latinx in a virtual panel hosted by VCU Career Services. Panelists will share their perspectives and the differences for each industry. For more information or to access the free event on Zoom, contact Career Services Job Location & Development Coordinator Ash Taylor-Beierl at firstname.lastname@example.org.
6 p.m., register at careers.vcu.edu