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Other Area Events
Here are a few of the other concerts and music festivals coming up in the area.
For more local shows, plus workshops, camps, classes, dances, jams & sessions, visit IMT's Other Events page.
Takoma Park Street Festival
Sun. Oct. 2, 10:00 am - 5:00 pm.
The Takoma Park Street Festival takes place on a mile stretch of Carroll Avenue in Takoma Park, Maryland, with over 200 artisans, community groups, children’s activities, food vendors and a variety of green companies. The festival has three stages that play host to 18 popular local bands performing music from indie folk, rock, blues, country, reggae and everything in between. Free admission. Takoma Park's Carroll Avenue, 7035 Carroll Ave, Takoma Park, MD 20912. Event WebsiteMapAdd to Google Calendar
Thu. Oct. 6 - Sun. Oct. 9
The Festy Experience, now in its seventh year, is moving to a new, larger venue and adding new features to the weekend. Phone: 434-220-4000. Nelson County Preserve, 1510 Diggs Mountain Rd, Arrington, VA 22922. Event WebsiteMapAdd to Google Calendar
Fri. Oct. 7 - Sun. Oct. 9
The Tour Houses are being selected, entertainment lined up, food purveyors chosen, and artisans selected. Get ready for the 72st Waterford Homes Tours & Crafts Exhibit, the oldest–and best!–juried crafts fair in Virginia. The historic village of Waterford welcomes fairgoers from around the world each October for three days of living history, food, heritage crafts, and just plain fun. From 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. Advance: $16 one-day pass, $35 Weekend Pass. On-Site Admission: $20 One-Day Pass. Waterford, Main St, Waterford, VA 20197. Event WebsiteMapAdd to Google Calendar
Richmond Folk Festival
Fri. Oct. 7 - Sun. Oct. 9
The Richmond Folk Festival is a free event that takes place in downtown Richmond on the banks of the James River. Along with musical performances and workshops, there's also a craft area with demonstrations of moonshine stills, oyster shucking, salt making, and more. Free admission. Phone: 804 788-6466. Event WebsiteAdd to Google Calendar
David & Sophie Buskin Plus Laura Zucker
Sun. Oct. 23, 7:00 pm
David Buskin is well known for his hilarious contributions to the late lamented Modern Man, and for his vocal skills, and instrumental chops as half of Buskin & Batteau. David is also a very talented songwriter, with songs recorded by many artists, including Mary Travers, of Peter, Paul & Mary. In this new incarnation, he joins forces with his daughter, Sophie, whose vocal, guitar, and songwriting talents reveal that the apple fell quite close indeed to the tree. George Washington Masonic Memorial, 101 Callahan Dr., Alexandria, VA 22301. Event WebsiteBand WebsiteMapAdd to Google Calendar
John Wort Hannam
Sat. Nov. 5, 7:00 pm
John Wort Hannam is one of the new torch-bearers of a vast songwriting tradition in the styles of John Prine, Louden Wainwright III, and Steve Earle but proudly Canadian. In 14 years of being a working musician, John has released 6 albums, capturing a Juno Award nomination for Best Traditional/ Roots album and a Canadian Folk Music Award for Album of the Year. Church of St. Clement, 1701 North Quaker Lane, Alexandria, VA 22302. Event WebsiteMapAdd to Google Calendar
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