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Robert Burns Celebration with Seán Heely Trio, January 24, 2020
Young Artist Award Competition Concert, February 1, 2020
Sunday Music Salon Folk Re-Imagined 2, Chopin & the Russians, February 9, 2020
Steve Herberman & Lena Seikaly Duo, February 29, 2020
Arts on the Green presents Singer-Songwriter Concert Series, Gretchen Peters Concert & Workshop, March 28, 2020 at the Arts Barn
Music of The Lord of the Rings featuring Symphony Orchestra of Northern Virginia on April 4, 2020
New Orchestra of Washington: The Great Minimalists, April 18
Arts on the Green presents Singer-Songwriter Concert Series, Seth Glier Concert & Workshop, May 2, 2020 at the Arts Barn
14th Annual Jubilation Day Gospel Concert,Saturday, June 6, 4 – 8 p.m.


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From outdoor summer concerts at the Concert Pavilion to experimental chamber music at the Kentlands Mansion to intimate workshops with singer songwriters at the Arts Barn, the City presents a wide variety of musical offerings throughout the year.

Backyard Concert - Late for Supper

The season of outdoor music is upon us as the City's Backyard Concert returns with Late For Supper on Friday, May 31, 2019, at Kelley Park. The free, family-friendly concert, featuring familiar favorites, takes place from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Feel free to bring a picnic dinner and a blanket or low-back lawn chair.

Created by fate, and a need to provide a band for a birthday gig, Late For Supper came together for one night, and after many positive accolades, members decided to keep the band alive. All ages will enjoy the band’s combination of creative arrangements and intricate harmony vocals that give flair to an eclectic selection of well-known favorites. Late For Supper is comprised of Dan Bourdeaux (bass, guitar, vocals), Vadim Levi (keyboards), Phillip Hough (guitar, percussion, vocals), Lindsay Hough (guitar, bass, vocals), and Chris Compton (drums, guitar, bass, vocals).

Outdoor concerts are funded in part by a grant from the Maryland State Arts Council (MSAC).  To discover more about MSAC grants and how they impact Maryland's arts sector, visit

For more information, please contact the Department of Parks, Recreation & Culture.

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