The public stage, near the intersection of N. Columbus Street and 2nd Street, will host musicians, theater troupes and other acts in multiple shows during the week, starting with Mary Anne Redmond on June 13 and ending with Rico Amero on Sunday, Aug. 17.
Spectators are encouraged to bring picnic materials, although alcohol is prohibited. In the event of inclement weather, visitors are encouraged to call the concert hotline at 703-228-1850 for info. There is no schedule for rain-dates in the event rain causes an event to be canceled.
Here is the list of performances scheduled. All performances are at 8:00 p.m. unless otherwise noted. For descriptions of the artist or group, visit Lubber Run’s website:
- Friday, June 13 — Mary Ann Redmond
- Saturday, June 14 — Mystic Warriors
- Monday, June 16 — The Metropolitan Chorus
- Wednesday, June 18 — The Potomac Harmony Chorus
- Thursday, June 19 — The Arlingtones
- Friday, June 20 — The Army Blues
- Saturday, June 21 — King Teddy
- Sunday, June 22, 6:00 p.m. — Halau O’Aulani & The Aloha Boys
- Friday, June 27 — Margot MacDonald
- Saturday, June 28 — Bowen McCauley Dance
- Sunday, June 29, 6:00 p.m. — Arlington Philharmonic
- Saturday, July 5 — The Grandsons
- Sunday, July 6, 6:00 p.m. — Two Car Living Room
- Friday, July 11 — Synetic Theatre
- Saturday, July 12 — Synetic Theatre
- Sunday, July 13, 6:00 p.m. — Dead Man’s Hollow
- Friday, July 18 — Synetic Theatre
- Saturday, July 19 — Synetic Theatre
- Friday, July 25 — Dave Chappell
- Saturday, July 26 — CAMMO
- Sunday, July 27, 6:00 p.m. — Shenandoah Run
- Friday, Aug. 1 — Ted Garber
- Saturday, Aug. 2 — Russkie Musikanti
- Sunday, Aug. 3, 6:00 p.m. — Laurie Rose Griffith and Peter Mealy
- Friday, Aug. 15 — Rose Moraes
- Saturday, Aug. 16 — Andrew Acosta
- Sunday, Aug. 17 — Rico Amero
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