Musical preview of this weekend’s Stone Soul Music and Food Festival

Posted at 8:20 AM, Jun 03, 2015

RICHMOND, Va. — Saturday marks the 11th Annual Stone Soul Music and Food Festival at the Richmond Raceway Complex. Stone Soul is one of Richmond’s premier music and food festivals, geared toward fans of gospel, hip-hop, and R&B. Stone Soul is part food festival, part music revival (the covered raceway gives it a big tent feeling), and part family reunion. Since the Radio One network stretches across several local radio stations: iPower 92.1, KISS FM, and Praise 104.7 FM, being some of the biggest, Richmonders will be able to see some of their favorite radio personalities like Community Clovia, Paris Nicole, King Tutt, Sheilah Belle and Cam Cooper all working together for the event.


This year’s music line-up is R&B heavy with a focus towards a more mature audience (35 and up), yet there are a couple artists that will appeal to the below 30 crowd (namely Future, Migos, and August Alsina).

For a breakdown of the music headliners at Stone Soul 2015, click here to visit the Cheats Movement.

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