VCU’s own RAMifications will be performing Saturday November 5 during the “Don’t Hate, Celebrate” benefit fashion show for the Gay Community Center of Richmond.
The RAMifications take a little bit of VCU wherever they go. They are part hipster, part show-stopper, part starving artist and entirely Richmond, Virginia. Musically, they focus on an eclectic sound across the most recent generations: Chicago, Sufjan Stevens, Lady Gaga, Kanye West, Bon Iver, and many other artists have helped them form their sound and collective taste.
As they move forward, they hope to continue growing their fan-base here in Richmond and anywhere there is a love for music. The group continues to change and move with VCU and the years that pass by. As students, they incorporate the values and goals of their University everywhere they go.
Click here to get discounted VIP tickets to Saturday’s show by using the discount code “GayRVA2″
This month, VCU’S College of Humanities and Sciences is hosting a speakers series titled, “Celebrating Forty Years of LGBTQ Activism” to commemorate the court decision that allowed for VCU’s first queer student organization to exist on campus. This Thursday, Dr. Marc Stein of San Francisco State University, will give the second lecture in the series [...]