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‘Reston Concerts on the Town’ Return June 2

by RestonNow.com May 22, 2018 at 10:15 am 2 Comments

Reston Concerts on the Town, a weekly free summer concerts series at Reston Center, is back for its 28th year. The event, which includes concerts from June 2 through August 25 on Saturdays from 7:30-10 p.m., features local and national acts.

Parking is free and the event is made possible by a grant from Reston Town Center Association and support from Boston Properties, RTC’s owner.

The 2018 lineup is available online.

A number of new performers include the Blues Beatles, a blues band based in Brazil; Good Shot Judy, a band that performs swing and jazz; the T Sisters, a trio of sisters from California who have formed an acoustic band; and the U.S. Navy Sea Chanters, the U.S. Navy’s official chorus.

Returning favorites, as described by organizers, include:

  • Leonard, Coleman & BluntThe former lead singers of The Temptations, The Platters & The Drifters and their big band will take you on a musical journey of your favorite Motown and doo-wop hits. They’ll kick off the series on June 2.
  • ScythianThese raucous roots-rockers blend Celtic and klezmer for a high-energy, dynamic show. Come see these world-class fiddlers rock Reston on July 14.
  • Chubby Carrier & the Bayou Swamp BandThis Louisiana-based Grammy-winning zydeco band will shake things up on August 4. 
  • Landau Eugene Murphy, Jr.–This 2011 winner of America’s Got Talent, went from car washer to jazz superstar. Back by popular demand, Landau and his big band close out the series on August 25.

Attendees are encouraged to bring chairs and picnics to the concerts. The event takes place in RTC’s pavilion (11900 Market Street).

Photos via Reston Concerts on the Town

  • tattler

    The only objective favorite was the Beatles tribute band, and they’re not on the list. Where are all those parking revenue dollars that BP charges going to?

  • Boycott reston

    Parking is free for this event? Oh wait, NOPE not street parking!

    I’ll go to Herndon’s concert series. Much better and a true small town. Not supporting the corrupt corporate big wigs at Boston Properties Center.

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