Reston Station’s ‘Summerbration’ Events Designed to Show Off Plaza

Reston Station will celebrate summer for the next three months with outdoor concerts, movies and more at the Wiehle-Reston East Metro plaza.

The “Summerbration” event will show off a plaza that has “taken on a form of its own” as more residents have moved in, said Maggie Parker, vice president of communications for Reston Station developer Comstock Partners.

“It gets busier and busier,” Parker said. “The concerts this summer and the movie series should have a whole different feel.”

The summer series will officially kick off Friday night at 7 p.m. with a concert by Battery Lane. Saturday night at 7:30 p.m., the Summerbration movie series will begin with an outdoor showing of Star Wars film “Rogue One”. Concerts and movies will continue, weather permitting, on a weekly basis through the end of August. In addition, yoga classes will take place on the plaza each Tuesday evening from 6:30-7:30 p.m.

Complimentary parking will be available at ParkX during each of the events, which are open to the entire community.

“It’s a great place to enjoy a great summer breeze and great music,” Parker said. “Everybody is welcome — the commuters can go home, pick up their family and come on back.”

Reston Community Center is a partner of the concert series.

For a full list of summer events at Reston Station, check out the calendar on its website.

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