Summer Arts Guide 2019
Local exhibits and performances you won't want to miss, from country, rock and hip-hop legends to marauding pirates and a building-size public art project.
July 4-Aug. 23
Spread a blanket, watch the fireflies and enjoy patriotic live performances by the U.S. Air Force Concert Band, Singing Sergeants and Max Impact. Show times are 7:30 or 8 p.m. Free. Air Force Memorial, 1 Air Force Memorial Drive, Arlington, music.af.mil/Bands/The-United-States-Air-Force-Band/Events/Summer-Concert-Series/
July 5-Aug. 11
Lubber Run Amphitheater celebrates its 50th anniversary with a packed lineup of free weekend concerts. Scheduled performers include U.S. Army Blues (July 5), the Fuss (July 6), Vox Pop (July 12), King Soul (July 13), Rocknoceros (July 14), Dogo (July 19), Hot Lanes (July 20), Rainbow Rock Band (July 21), Mariachi Los Amigos (July 26), Shamans of Sound (July 27), Levine School of Music Interactive Family Concert (July 28), Irene Jalenti (Aug. 3), Mr. Gabe and the Circle Time All Stars (Aug. 4), Carly Harvey (Aug. 9) and Veronneau (Aug. 10). Lubber Run Amphitheater, 200 N. Columbus St., Arlington, arts.arlingtonva.us/lubber-run