PHOTO | Charm City Junction

Strathmore Concert Series Features Diverse Lineup of Musicians Wednesday Evenings (VIDEO)

PHOTO | Charm City Junction

PHOTO | Charm City Junction

Strathmore ‘s annual outdoor summer concerts take place on Wednesday evenings from now through August 24 at the Gudelsky Concert Pavilion Gazebo at 5301 Tuckerman Lane in North Bethesda. All concerts begin at 7 p.m. Guests are encouraged to bring blankets or low beach chairs.

Schedule of performances

July 6 – Tuelo (Rock ‘n’ Roll)

July 13 – Charm City Junction (Acoustic Roots)

July 20 – The Wild Reeds (Harmony, Rock and Folk)

July 27 – Aztec Sun (Funk, Soul and Pop)

August 3 – Cissa Paz (Afro-Brazilian)

August 10 – Mariachi Flor de Toloache (Mariachi)

August 17 – Uke Fest

August 24 – Sammy Miller & The Congregation (Jazz)

Weather Cancellations
Check Strathmore website or Twitter or Facebook sites for up-to-the-minute information on weather-related delays or cancellations. Changes will be announced by 4 p.m. the day of the performance.

Parking at Strathmore
Parking for the Free Summer Outdoor Concerts is in the Metro garage for $5.10 with Metro SmarTrip card or major credit card. Enter the parking garage off Tuckerman Lane. Limited short-term parking also is available at specially marked meters along Tuckerman Lane.

Parking for patrons with disabilities (with tag) and Strathmore Stars Parking (with Strathmore Summer Parking Pass) is in the Mansion lot on a space available basis. Enter at 10701 Rockville Pike until 7 p.m.

Dining at Strathmore
Ridgewells offers summer favorites available for purchase.

Wednesday, July 13
Charm City Junction – Dulcimer player Ken Kolodner is joined by his son, clawhammer banjo picker Brad Kolodner, and acoustic roots quartet Charm City Junction. These gifted musicians offer an adventurous take on roots music, with influences ranging from American bluegrass to Irish jigs. Charm City Junction embodies the essence of what acoustic roots music is all about—a burning passion for blazing new trails while respecting musical tradition.

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