Summer Sunday Concerts in the Park
McLean Central Park
1468 Dolley Madison Blvd
McLean, VA 22102
The upbeat and sunny music is filled with powerful messages that encourage kids to become the best versions of themselves.
Six Pack Rodeo
Six Pack is back! Led by McLean-local Gerry Last, Six Pack Rodeo plays country, classic rock and all the tunes you can sing along to.
Justin Trawick and the Common Good
Somewhere between John Prine and Jason Mraz lies Justin Trawick. With a raw, emotional take on Americana, Justin Trawick and the Common Good take the genre to exciting new places.
Born and raised in West Virginia, Philip Bowen’s uplifting sound is heavily inspired by his Appalachian roots. From NPR’s “Mountain Stage” to his 1M TikTok followers, Philip’s guitar and ﬁddle playing has captivated music lovers of all ages.
McLean Community Center
1234 Ingleside Ave.
McLean, VA 22101
Enjoy a night at McLean’s premier performing arts venue. The Robert Ames Alden Theatre is a 383-seat performing arts venue that presents national and international touring acts in music, comedy, dance, film and more.
MCP’ Production of “American Idiot”
Weekends, July 21–30
Fridays at 8 pm; Saturdays at 2 pm and 8 pm; Sundays at 2 pm
$27/$20 for seniors, students and MCC district residents
McLean Community Players returns to The Alden for 2023, with a production of Green Day’s “American Idiot.” The two-time Tony Award-winning hit musical boldly goes where the American musical has never gone before. Three friends struggling to find meaning in a post 9/11 world find themselves on drastically different paths. They must choose between duty, family, love, addiction and brotherhood. Composed of songs from two acclaimed Green Day albums, “American Idiot” and “21st Century Breakdown.”
Visit mcleanplayers.org for more information.
Capital One Hall
7750 Capital One Tower Road
Tysons, VA 22102
With a passion for the arts, pride in our headquarters in Tysons, Virginia and a firm commitment to serving our community, we pursue a mission of creating a welcoming experience and an occasion of “the magic of theater” for every patron and for each performance and event.
Jinkx Monsoon: Everything At Stake
Tickets Start At $52.50
The Witch of all Witches is ready to cast her next great spell! Two-time RuPaul’s Drag Race winner and Broadway breakout star Jinkx Monsoon presents her biggest concert tour to date with “Everything at Stake.” For the first time ever, Jinkx and her musical main squeeze Major Scales, will tour North America with a full rock band performing a decade worth of covers and original music from her critically-acclaimed albums (The Ginger Snapped, The Inevitable Album), along with new songs from her upcoming 3-part album The Virgo Odyssey. Known for her electric and eclectic performance style, Jinkx weaves together tales from her enigmatic life in a show where music, comedy, witchy magic, and camp-fantasy collide. At a time where literally everything is at stake, get ready for a spell binding, bombastic, and revolutionary experience straight from the heart of this “internationally tolerated” superstar. This Show is Age Restricted – 18+
Night Ranger: 40th Anniversary With Special Guest Firefall
Tickets start at $39.75
Heavy hitting rock legends, Night Ranger are set to release their 12th studio album, “ATBPO” (which stands for And The Band Played On), an ode to making music during the covid era. The album will be released on August 6, 2021 via Frontiers Music Srl on CD, Color Vinyl (a variety of limited edition versions), and Digital. The band began writing the album in early 2020, amid the rise of the global pandemic. After narrowing down the song selection and tightening them up to their well-known rock ‘n roll sound, the band hit the studio, although separately, due to the times we are in. Throughout ATBPO we hear Night Ranger continuing their hot streak that kicked off with 2011’s “Somewhere In California”. Ten years on, and two highly acclaimed albums later, “High Road” and “Don’t Let Up”, the band’s latest studio work shows them still burning with that high octane hard rock energy. Night Ranger has always had a knack for killer melodies, intricate instrumentation, and captivating lyrics; ATBPO delivers all of that and more.
Karlous Miller: At The End Of The Day Tour
Tickets Start At $39.50
Comedian, actor, and rapper, Karlous Miller, announces his newest comedy tour, At the End of the Day… The tour will include 25 dates across the country. Mississippi native Karlous Miller grew up in a large blended family including eight siblings, who all became a major influence on his edgy and boisterous comedy style. After working briefly as a firefighter in Oxford, he moved to Atlanta in 2005 to pursue a career as a stand-up comedian. He’s been making audiences laugh ever since.
Travis Tritt 2023
Doors open 6pm
Tickets start at $50.75
Travis Tritt will be joined by special guest War Hippies at Capital One Hall on Friday, July 28, 2023! Thirty years after Travis Tritt launched his music career, the Southern rock-influenced artist continues to sell-out shows and stay true and relevant to country music fans across the globe. Continuously performing shows and withholding a heavy appearance schedule, Tritt is proving to be unstoppable.
Oak Ridge Boys: Front Porch Singin’ Tour
Doors open 6pm
Tickets Start At $45.00
Theirs is one of the most distinctive and recognizable sounds in the music industry. The four-part harmonies and upbeat songs of The Oak Ridge Boys have spawned dozens of Country hits and a Number One Pop smash, earned them Grammy, Dove, CMA, and ACM awards and garnered a host of other industry and fan accolades. Every time they step before an audience, the Oaks bring four decades of charted singles, and 50 years of tradition, to a stage show widely acknowledged as among the most exciting anywhere. And each remains as enthusiastic about the process as they have ever been.
Intocable Evolucion Tour 2023
Doors Open 7pm
Tickets Start At $53.50
INTOCABLE is one of the most influential groups in the Tejano/Norteño music scene today. Their road to success began over twenty five years ago in Zapata,Texas, when friends Ricky Muñoz and René Martínez dreamed of bringing their songs to the world as they crafted a unique and extraordinary style of music which expertly fuses Tejano conjunto music, Norteño folk rhythms, pop ballads and rock.
The Filene Center at Wolf Trap
1551 Trap Rd
Vienna, VA 22182
Tickets start at $38
Tori Amos changed the landscape of music with her debut album Little Earthquakes (1992). Since then, the singer/songwriter and pianist has stolen the hearts of audiences with her raw lyrics, haunting soprano, and memorable melodies. The DC-native returns to Wolf Trap for the first time in over 25 years with a set of favorites alongside songs from 2021’s Ocean to Ocean.
45th Anniversary Tour
Tickets start at $33
Make sure your picnic includes a bottle of “red, red wine” for this show! UB40 celebrates 45 years of smooth reggae-pop sounds with a set jam-packed with fan favorites “Kingston Town,” “(I Can’t Help)
Falling In Love With You,” “Food For Thought,” and of course—“Red Red Wine.” Maxi Priest and Inner Circle kick off the evening.
Tickets start at $39
Nickel Creek, the renowned roots trio of mandolinist Chris Thile, violinist Sara Watkins, and guitarist Sean Watkins, stops by Wolf Trap on their long-awaited reunion tour. Grammy winner Aoife O’Donovan, a frequent collaborator of Sara Watkins and Chris Thile, kicks off the evening.
American Ballet Theatre
with Wolf Trap Orchestra
Tickets start at $28
An exciting new generation of American Ballet Theatre stars come to Wolf Trap for one of the world’s most cherished ballets. A perfect fusion of music, movement, and drama, Giselle has been called “American Ballet Theatre’s best, most moving classical production” (New York Post).
Big Tony and Trouble Funk
Tickets start at $28
The ambassadors of Go-Go music—the legendary Big Tony and Trouble Funk—star in The Go-Go Explosion featuring some of DC’s best, including all-female band Bela Dona and “Hood Rock” collective Black Alley. If there was an official soundtrack for DC, essentials like “Let’s Get Small,” “Drop The Bomb,” and “Pump Me Up” would be at the top of the list. Come celebrate this “proudly regional music born in the nation’s capital” (Rolling Stone).