ALL CONCERTS ARE FREE | DANCERS ARE WELCOME | FREE PARKING | RAIN OR SHINE
June 15 – August 24, 2023 | Thursdays at 7:30 pm
In the Bumper Car Pavilion
RSVPs preferred, not required
Parking information & link to Park Map below
Limited seating available — feel free to bring folding chairs
June 15 | Trio Caliente
Trio Caliente unites and inspires audiences around the globe with their inimitable blend of Flamenco, Pop, and Latin Dance Music. Enjoyed by political luminaries stateside and abroad, notable Fortune 500 companies, and venerated international organizations, festivals and concert venues around the world, Trio Caliente delivers unique sound and an unforgettable show.
June 22 | Three Chord Ford
In the mood for some Classic Country, Honky Tonk, Americana, Southern Rock, Rockabilly and a touch of Bluegrass and Oldies classics? This is the show for you! Expect to hear Country music from the 1960s through the 1990s plus some songs by CCR, The Eagles, Marshall Tucker Band, and more.
June 29 | Ruthie and the Wranglers [THIS CONCERT WAS CANCELLED DUE TO POOR AIR QUALITY]
From original Americana Country to a rousing Surf instrumental or whisky drenched ballad—Ruthie and the Wranglers' clever lyrics, high energy and heavenly harmonies set them apart from the rest. Their Americana/Country roots and unstoppable energy are described as Loretta Lynn meets the Ramones at a Dick Dale party!
July 6 | King Street Bluegrass
Influenced by blues, folk, and country, this band's award-winning members have rural, farm, and coal miner family roots from the mountains of West Virginia, Pennsylvania and Southern Virginia.
July 13 | Zachary Smith & the Dixie Power Trio
Come hear the East Coast's premier Louisiana music ensemble performing a mix of zydeco, cajun, funk, and New Orleans jazz.
July 20 | U.S. Marine Band Fusion Ensemble
Formed out of necessity to entertain smaller White House gatherings with exciting jazz offerings, the US Marine Band's Fusion Ensemble was inspired to combine traditional instrumental jazz with some of the more electronic sounds that were starting to emerge in the late 60s and early 70s, such as synthesizers, electric guitars, and electronic effects on the bass.
July 27 | The Grandsons
Specializing in Roots Rock/Americana. Described on their website by "some crazed fan" as "American Music in a blender with the lid off!"
August 3 | Pablo Regis [THIS CONCERT IS CANCELLED DUE TO THIS WEEK'S PARK CLOSURE]
Regis is an award-winning cavaco (string instrument) player, singer, and percussionist performing Brazilian music. In addition to his work as a performer, Regis is an accomplished community-based arts administrator having served as program manager for Strathmore's Community and Education Department and the Prince George’s Arts and Humanities Council.
August 10 | Oasis Island Sounds
This band will quench your musical thirst with warm Caribbean music, reggae, calypso and much more.
August 17 | The Hula Monsters
The Hula Monsters is a swing band with a Hawaiian flavor. Its repertoire includes Hawaiian, rockabilly, blues, country and jazz standards - all with the Hula Monster Hawaiian accent.
August 24 | James Bazen Big Band
Big band jazz from the repertoires of Stan Kenton, Count Basie, Duke Ellington, Gordon Goodwin, Bob Mintzer, plus originals.
Thank you to our sponsor, Bethesda-Chevy Chase Rotary Foundation.
Suggested Donation: $10
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