JamBrew Series Returning to Herndon With Concerts, Local Fare This September

Friday is the first day of September, which means an annual tradition will return to downtown Herndon.

JamBrew will be presented each Friday night in September on the Herndon Town Green (777 Lynn St.), featuring live music, local food and local drinks. Food and refreshments will be available from Aslin Beer Co., Weird Brothers Coffee, Lake Anne Brew House and Brama Italian Cuisine. In addition, there will be more food and beverages, including wine; vendors, artists and more.

This year, there are five Fridays in September, so there is an extra opportunity to enjoy the festivities.

The music schedule for the series is as follows:

  • Sept. 1: DJ Cihad, Todd Wright and Tammy Gann, and Turtle Recall
  • Sept. 8: MK Skillz, Shane Gamble and Burn the Ballroom
  • Sept. 15: DJ Ragz, The Duskwhales and JUXT
  • Sept. 22: DJ CB1, Queens Over Kings and Sub-Radio
  • Sept. 29: Edward the Librarian, Black Masala and a third act TBA

The Friday night series will last from 6-10 p.m. each night.

The series will be capped off Saturday, Sept. 30, at Herndon’s annual OktoBrewFest event. During that all-day event (noon to 10 p.m.), music will be provided by Tribalistix Crew, Bach 2 Rock, Darlingtonia, Unsullied, Dr. Robinson’s Fiasco and Throwing Plates.

In addition to the food and drink vendors listed above, sponsors of the free event series include the Town of Herndon, EOTH, Hampton Inn, Dominion Energy, Reed Smith, Griffen Owens and Right On Records. Proceeds benefit local nonprofits including Recyclelife.org, ArtSpace Herndon, The Closet of Herndon and Cancer Can Rock.

The series is presented by the Herndon Hospitality Association, a 501(c)(6) organization.

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