Six folk, bluegrass and blues bands are in the lineup for the fourth annual Lake Anne Roots Music Festival.
The festival, which features a beer and wine garden and fun for the whole family, is set for Saturday, July 13.
The event kicks off with the opening of taps at 11:30 am. The following bands are scheduled to play through 8 p.m.:
- 1 p.m.: Katie & Kelly
- 2 p.m.: Annie Stokes
- 3 p.m.: Minks Miracle Medicine
- 4 p.m.: The High & Wides
- 5 p.m.: The Woodshedders
- 6 p.m.: Two Ton Twig
The event is sponsored by Friends of Lake Anne and Reston Community Center. It will take place at Lake Anne Plaza (1609 Washington Plaza).
Photo via Lake Anne Roots Music Festival
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