With Laura Luna Castillo, Simon Le Boggit, Miriam Gviniashvili and more
Get surrounded by sound and images in Moss Arts Center’s The Cube, a four-story venue and laboratory for high-tech performance pieces. Some are live. Some are recorded. Some, like the Beatles “The White Album,” are classic. (Note: This event began on Thursday.)
Hear acoustic originals and covers by stalwart Blacksburg folkie Mills.
Details: 6 p.m. Friday. Rising Silo Brewery, Blacksburg. Free. 410-596-1200, risingsilobrewery.com. 9 a.m. Saturday. Blacksburg Farmers Market Tomato Tasting. Free. blacksburgfarmersmarket.com, katmills.com
Hear honky-tonk and outlaw country from Bristol, Tennessee, the city where country’s “Big Bang” happened.
Electric Woodshed guitarist Dan Dunlap and bassist Greg Bump are the core of this blues trio.
Dirt Road Breakdown
Hear gritty blues originals and covers of the likes of North Mississippi All Stars.
Nashville, Tennessee, bluegrass singer Kelley has a new record, “Benny’s TV Repair,” on Willis-based Mountain Fever Records.
It’s the official Summer of Love Party in Floyd, for the Virginia is for Lovers campaign’s 50 Years of Love Celebration.
Details: 8 p.m. Dogtown Roadhouse. $5. hustlesouls.com
Ringo Starr And His All-Starr Band
Look to Sunday’s Extra for our interview with Starr, a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member with the Beatles and as a band leader in his own right.
Floyd Small Town Summer: The Po’ Ramblin’ Boys, with Nobody’s Business, “Dumbo”
It’s a night of bluegrass and cartoon elephants in Floyd.