Reston Town Center has released the schedule for its 2017 Concerts on the Town series, featuring live shows on Saturday nights from June through August.
Performers in the series, which is in its 27th year, will include:
- June 3 — Landau Eugene Murphy Jr. (jazz crooner, former “America’s Got Talent” winner)
- June 10 — Hard Day’s Night (Beatles tribute)
- June 24 — Matuto (Brazilian, roots-rock, funk)
- July 1 — Deanna Bogart Band (boogie-woogie, jump blues)
- July 8 — Chuck Redd and the International Jazz All-Stars
- July 15 — The Adrian Duke Project (hits from the 1950s to today)
- July 22 — Scythian (Celtic, gypsy folk rock)
- July 29 — Love Canon (bluegrass covers of 1980s hits)
- Aug. 5 — Incendio (Spanish flamenco guitar, Latin fusion)
- Aug. 12 — Navy Band Commodores (big band jazz)
- Aug. 19 — Terrance Simien and the Zydeco Experience (Grammy winner)
- Aug. 26 — David Akers and the Soul Shakers (Motown and more)
(June 17 is the second day of the Taste of Reston, which will feature live entertainment throughout.)
A dance floor will also be available for each concert, with the exception of the Navy Band Commodores show.
Each concert is scheduled for 7:30-10 p.m., to be held rain or shine in the pavilion (11900 Market St.)
The series is free, because of a grant from the Reston Town Center Association with support from Boston Properties. Garage parking at Reston Town Center is also free on Saturdays.
File photo courtesy Reston Town Center
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