Here are the schedules of most outdoor concert venues in Washington, Maryland and Virginia:

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

AIR AND SPACE MUSEUM, MALL TERRACE -- At Seventh and Independence SW. The Navy's Commodores jazz ensemble appears Fridays at noon through July 3 and again from July 24 through September 11; the Country Current bluegrass group appears Thursdays at noon through July 30 and again August 20 through September 10. The U.S. Air Force's Spectrum rock group appears Wednesdays, July 1 and July 15 at noon; the Airmen of Note jazz ensemble appears Wednesdays June 17, July 22 and August 26 at noon.

ANDERSON HOUSE MUSEUM -- At 2118 Massachusetts Ave. NW. The U.S. Air Force Chamber Players perform at 12:30 on Wednedays, June 10 and June 24.

CAPITOL BUILDING, WEST TERRACE -- All concerts begin at 8 p.m. and are free. Navy bands perform Mondays; 433-2525. Air Force bands perform Tuesdays; 767-5658. Marine bands perform Wednesdays; 433-4011. Army bands perform Fridays; 696-3399.

CARTER BARRON -- At 4520 Colorado Ave. NW. For its 35th concert season, the Amphitheater has shows every Saturday and Sunday nights through August 30. 426-6943. June 20 -- Nancy Wilson, Carl Anderson, Blues Alley Big Band June 21 -- Chick Corea's Elektric Band, Special EFX June 27 -- The Manhattans, Freda Payne June 28 -- Roberta Flack, Wayne Davis, Donal Leace July 11 & 12 -- The O'Jays July 18 -- Gwen Guthrie, R.J.'s Latest Arrival July 19 -- George Howard, Angela Bofill July 25 -- Jennifer Holliday, Ben Vereen July 26 -- The Temptations, Cissy Houston August 1 -- Zap Rogers, Alexander O'Neill August 2 -- The Dells, Clarence Carter, Etta James August 8 -- Starpoint, Norwood August 9 -- The Winans, Vanessa Bell Armstrong August 15 -- Ray Goodman and Brown, Najee, Sarah Dash August 16 -- Marlena Shaw, Gil Scott-Heron, Bobbi Humphrey August 22 -- Mikki Howard, Touch August 23 -- B.B. King, Sedatrius Brown August 29 -- Oran (Juice) Jones, Shirley Murdoch August 30 -- Willie Colon, Eddie Palmieri

CONCERTS ON THE CANAL -- At the Foundry Mall between 30th and Thomas Jefferson streets below M street in Georgetown on the C&O Canal. The concert series begins its 11th year on June 14. Performances include Irish, jazz or classical pops music every other Sunday from 1:30 to 4 and are free. Call 862-1336. June 14 -- Irish Breakdown, Lisa Rich Quartet June 28 -- Cameron String Quartet, Charlie Byrd Trio July 12 -- The New St. George, Grazzmatazz July 26 -- Anacostia Concert Choir, Soda Bread, Buck Hill Quartet August 9 -- Sassparilla with Laurel Blaydes, Pontchartrain Causeway New Orleans Band August 23 -- Hayden String Quartet, Trinidad and Tobago Steel Band September 6 -- Celtic Thunder, Uptown, Lenny Cuje Quintet September 20 -- Pete Kennedy, Cowboy Jazz

FORT DUPONT -- At Minnesota Avenue and Randle Circle SE. The free jazz, R&B performances are every Friday and Saturday nights at 8:30. Call 485-9666. June 19 & 20 -- Les McCann, Out of the Blue June 26 & 27 -- Dave Valentin, Kevin Eubank July 10 & 11 -- Herbie Mann and Jassil Brazz featuring David "Fathead" Newman and New York Somba Band, New World Percussion Ensemble July 17 & 18 -- Betty Carter, Lavern Reed Dancers July 24 & 25 -- Roy Ayres, Julia and Company July 31 & August 1 -- Dirty Dozen Band, Mary Anne Miles August 7 & 8 -- Bobby Blue Bland, Lorain Rudolph August 14 & 15 -- Ahmad Jamal, Uptown August 21 & 22 -- Stanley Turrentine, James Zimmerman Quartet

MARINE BARRACKS -- At Eighth and I SE. The Marine's Marching Units, Silent Drill Team and Drum and Bugle Corps perform every Friday beginning at 8:20 p.m. The Marine Band plays at 9. It's all free but reservations are required (it's one of our town's tough tickets; call early). 433-6060.

OLD STONE HOUSE -- At 3051 M St. NW in Georgetown. The house, built in 1765, is the oldest building in Washington and is the perfect setting for classical music in its English colonial garden. The candlelight performance on June 10 begins at 7 and the three Saturday performances in July start at 1. Concerts are free. 426-6851. June 10 -- Barry Trio July 11 -- Iron Weed July 18 -- Iron Weed July 25 -- Lynn Barnes, Allison Hampton (lute players)

RFK STADIUM -- At 22nd and East Capitol NE. The 50,000-seat home of the Redskins offers the largest outdoor facility in Washington. 546-3337. June 6 -- "Out of Boogie," Rare Essence, Sweet Cookie, E.U., Hot Cold Sweat, Big Tony and the Trouble Crew, Little Benny and the Masters, Scorpio, Heavy D and the Boyz and Kool Moe Dee. June 13 -- Luther Van Dross, Patti LaBelle, Frankie Beverly and Maze, Gladys Knight and the Pips, Atlantic Star, The Gap Band. July 4 -- Neil Diamond, Linda Ronstadt, Paul Simon, Crosby Stills & Nash.

SYLVAN THEATER -- On the grounds of the Washington Monument (all concerts at 8 p.m.), featuring military and big bands. Navy bands perform Thursdays through August 27; Air Force bands Fridays through August 28; Marine bands Sundays beginning June 7. The American Federation of Musicians perform big-band music Wednesdays June 10 through August 19.

WASHINGTON NAVY YARD -- At Ninth and M SE. The concert series begins June 24. The shows are every Wednesday at 9 except July 15. The summer pageant includes the Navy Band, Sea Chanters and the Commodores and runs through September 2. 433-6090. MARYLAND MARKER ****

ALLEN POND AMPHITHEATER --

Inside Allen Pond Park, on Northview Drive off Route 197 in Bowie. The Sunday concert series is free and starts at 7:30. Concerts will be canceled if it rains; to check, call 262-6200, ext. 303, or 249-3316 on the day of the performance. June 7 -- Hard Knocks June 14 -- Knights of Harmony June 21 -- Sunset Riders June 28 -- Joe Illig and Friends July 12 -- Naval Academy's Electric Brigade July 19 --

Naval Academy's Crabtowne Stoppers July 26 -- National Concert Band August 2 -- Fat Fingers August 9 -- Mere Image August 16 -- Monumental Brass August 23 -- Naval Academy Wind Ensemble August 30 -- Stone Mountain Band September 6 -- Foggy Bottom

"BUDDY" ATTICK PARK -- Off Kenilworth Avenue and Crescent Road in Greenbelt. All concerts begin at 7 and are free. Rent a paddleboat or canoe on Greenbelt Lake and pack a picnic dinner before the performances. Concerts are canceled if it rains; call 474-6878. June 14 -- One More Song June 21 -- Mainstream Band June 28 -- National Concert Band of America July 4 -- Fireworks Concert by Greenbelt Concert Band July 12 -- PJE Big Band July 19 -- Rosebud Ragtime Ensemble July 26 -- Air Force Airmen of Note August 2 -- Greenbelt Concert Band of P.G. County August 9 -- Rudy Adler Jazz Band August 16 -- Bow Tie Knights of Harmony

BAKER PARK BANDSHELL -- At Second and N. Bentz streets, Frederick. The Sunday concerts are at 7:30 and are free. The bandshell's a small amphitheater in Baker Park, which has a children's playground and a swimming pool. 301/694-1436; on the day of the concert, call 301/694-1440. June 7 -- Hit Men June 14 -- Frederick Symphony Orchestra June 21 -- Air Force Airmen of Note June 28 -- Norman and Kolodner July 5 -- Cool Jerks July 12 -- Orchard Boys July 19 -- On the Air July 26 -- Skeptics August 2 -- Deanna Bogart August 23 -- Full House August 30 -- K.P. and the J's

CABIN JOHN REGIONAL PARK -- Off Tuckerman Lane between West Lake Drive and Seven Locks Road in Rockville. The Tuesday concerts are free and begin at 7:30. Bring your blanket and a picnic basket. Buy your soda at the park. The refeshment stand is open during the concerts. 299-4555. June 16 -- Montgomery College, Rockville Brass Band June 23 -- Navy Commodores June 30 -- Air Force Airmen of Note July 14 -- Army Blues July 21 -- Rockville Concert Band

GLEN ECHO PARK -- At MacArthur Boulevard and Goldsboro Road, Glen Echo. Every Saturday the Richard Bray band performs big-band music for dancing from 9 to midnight. The dance floor's opposite the carousel inside the park. There's no performance June 6. The Saturday series runs through November 21. Come early for dance lessons. Tickets are $7 per person and can be purchased at the door. 656-2729.

MAGRUDER PARK -- At 40th and Hamilton streets in Hyattsville. The Tuesday free-concert series begins at 7:30. In case of rain shows move to the Recreation Center in the park. 927-1689. July 7 -- National Concert Band July 14 -- Monumental Brass Quintet July 21 -- Bob Paisley and the Southern Grass July 28 -- Bowie Knights of Harmony

MERRIWEATHER POST PAVILION -- Off U.S. 29 in Columbia. 982-1800 (from Baltimore, 730-2424). Tickets for seats in the Pavilion range from $16.50 to $25 and on the lawn from $12.50 to $15. Tickets available at all Ticketron locations. June 5 -- Stevie Ray Vaughan and Double Trouble, Gregg Allman Band June 7 -- Kenny Rogers, Ronnie Milsap and T. Graham Brown June 12 -- John Kay and Steppenwolf, Alvin Lee and Roger McGuinn June 13 -- Eddie Money, the Truth June 14 -- Gordon Lightfoot, Buskin & Batteau, Schooner Fare June 17 -- Psychedelic Furs, Mission U.K. June 19 -- Ratt, Poison June 20 -- John Denver June 21 -- Hank Williams Jr., Tanya Tucker June 25 -- Peter Wolf, Mason Ruffner June 26 -- Columbia Pro-Cantare Symphony June 27 & 28 -- Jimmy Buffett June 29 -- Kinks July 1 -- Paul Simon July 2 -- Jack Wagner July 3 & 4 -- Neil Diamond July 6 -- Crosby, Stills & Nash July 8 -- Kool & The Gang, Klymaxx July 9 -- Lou Gramm, Patty Smyth July 10 -- Santana, Neville Brothers July 11 & 12 -- Whitney Houston July 17 & 18 -- Heart July 20 -- Tom Petty, Del Fuegos, Georgia Satellites July 24 -- David Sanborn July 25 -- Dan Fogelberg August 2 -- The Thompson Twins, Level 42 August 5 -- Al Jarreau, Chaka Khan August 6 & 7 -- Monkees, "Weird Al" Yankovic August 8 -- Howie Mandel August 9 -- Night Ranger, The Outfield August 15 & 16 -- Anita Baker August 21 -- Echo & the Bunnymen, New Order, Gene Loves Jezebel August 22 & 23 -- Tina Turner, Rhonda Hanson August 26 -- Starship, Cutting Crew August 28 -- Los Lobos, The Smithereens August 29 -- Oak Ridge Boys August 30 -- Supertramp September 1 -- Liza Minnelli

STRATHMORE HALL ARTS CENTER -- At Rockville Pike and Tuckerman Lane, Rockville. On the lawn at the arts center. Concerts begin at 7:30 and are free. Canceled if it rains; call 530-0540. June 22 -- Johnson Mountain Boys, bluegrass July 1 -- Montgomery College, Rockville Brass Band July 7 -- Federal Jazz Commission July 14 -- Navy Country Current July 22 -- Montgomery County Barber Shop Chorus July 29 -- Army Blues August 3 -- Navy Commodores

WHEATON REGIONAL PARK -- At Shorefield Road, off Georgia Avenue in Wheaton. Bring a blanket to the Thursday concerts, which begin at 7:30 and are free. 946-7033. June 18 -- The D.C. Singing Capital Chorus "Barber Shop" June 25 -- Montgomery College, Rockville Brass Band July 9 -- Rockville Concert Band July 20 -- Network, mixture of pop, soul and gospel July 23 -- Air Force Airmen of Note July 30 -- Navy Commodores August 6 -- Army Blues VIRGINIA MARKER ****

BALLSTON COMMON MALL -- At Wilson Boulevard and Glebe Road, Arlington. Enjoy the free Monday concert series at 7. Take Metro's Orange Line to Ballston, two blocks from the mall. If it rains, shows move inside; 558-2165 for a recorded message, or 739-2900. July 6 -- Navy Fair Winds July 13 -- Variety in Motion, a mini circus July 20 -- Army Blues July 26 -- Potomac River Jazz Club Band, 2 p.m. July 27 -- Dick Ramsdell Trio July 28 -- George Spicka Jazz Band July 29 -- Any Ol' Time Jazz Band August 3 -- Larry Goldstein Mime

FAIRFAX CITY HALL, WEST LAWN -- At Armstrong Street and Route 123 in Fairfax. Bring a blanket or lawn chairs to the Thursday concert series. Shows begin at 8 and are free. In case of rain performances move to the Fairfax High School auditorium; call 385-7858. June 11 -- Navy Commodores June 18 -- City of Fairfax Band June 25 -- Dixie Rebels, country and western July 2 -- Norman and Kolodner, dulcimer and flute July 9 -- City of Faifax Band and children's concert July 16 -- La Dee Dah's, '50s and '60s tunes July 23 -- City of Fairfax Band, German band and Bavarian dancers July 30 -- City of Fairfax Band August 6 -- Denny and Lee Magic Show August 13 -- Southern Comfort, dixieland jazz

FORT HUNT PARK -- Five miles south of Alexandria on the George Washington Memorial Parkway at Fort Hunt Road. Concerts every Saturday on the Mount Vernon Battery (no concert July 4). Shows are at 7 and are free. In case of rain performances move to Area A Pavilion; call 285-2598. June 6 -- Doc Scantlin and His Imperial Palms Orchestra June 13 -- Community Band of Mount Vernon June 20 -- Rosebud Musical Theater Company June 27 -- City of Fairfax Band July 11 -- Post Nuclear Jazz Society July 18 -- Bob Lewis Big Band July 25 -- Shamrock Aces August 1 -- Kaleidoscope August 8 -- Magpie August 15 -- Die Alte Kameraden (Fairfax City German band) August 22 -- Navy Country Current August 29 -- Sunshine Skiffle Band

FORT WARD PARK -- At 4301 West Braddock Rd. in Alexandria. The Thursday free-concert series features jazz, big-band and country beginning at 7:30. To check for rain cancellation, call 848-4343. June 11 -- Stump Jumpers, Nothin' Hokey June 18 -- Post Nuclear Jazz Society June 25 -- Alexandria Community Singers July 2 -- D.C. Authority, big band July 9 -- Confirmation, jazz July 16 -- The Kings Park Band July 23 -- Second Story, Nick Javier July 30 -- Alexandria Harmonizers August 6 -- Difficult Run Jazz Band August 13 -- Die Alte Kameraden August 20 -- Alexandria Pipes and Drums, Northern Virginia Branch Royal Scottish Country Dance Society

KINGS DOMINION PARK -- Concerts at The Showplace in the park off I-95 south of Fredericksburg. All shows begin at 7 except the Jimmy Buffett performances, beginning at 9. On days of two shows, the first begins at 3. Tickets for the shows range from $3 to $6 plus the $15.95 fee for park admission -- and can be purchased at Ticketcenter. Call 432-0200 (in Washington) or the park at 804/876-5000. June 6 & 7 -- Jimmy Buffett June 21 -- Moody Blues July 12 -- Freddie Jackson, Ray, Goodman and Brown, Najee (two shows) July 26 --

Luther Van Dross (two shows) August 2 -- Patti LaBelle (two shows) August 16 -- Miami Sound Machine August 23 -- The Jets August 29 -- Starship, Cutting Crew August 30 -- Conway Twitty September 5 -- Mylon Lefevre, Broken Heart, Degarmo & Key

MARKET SQUARE -- At 301 King St. in front of the Alexandria City Hall in Old Town. Every other Friday night beginning June 12 Alexandria Citizen's Band, the city's oldest performing arts organization, performs traditional big-band concert music. Or spend lunch hour every Wednesday listening to a mixture of talent. Lunchtime concerts begin at 12:15 and are free. Call 838-4343. June 17 -- John Michaels June 24 -- Chris Collins Dancers July 1 -- Mickey Rooney Talent Towners July 8 -- Foxxfire July 15 -- Dragon Chyld (martial arts demonstration) July 22 -- Second Story July 29 -- Jasmyn August 5 -- Green Beret Marching Band August 12 -- Mac Bogert August 19 -- D.C. Authority August 26 -- Bobbette Show Troupe

LAKE ANNE PLAZA -- On North Shore Drive off Wiehle Avenue in Reston, follow signs to the plaza. Music includes jazz, big band and folk. The concerts are every Sunday at 7 and are free. For rain cancellations call 691-2671. June 7 -- South Lakes Jazz Band June 14 -- Vienna Community Band June 21 -- Difficult Run Jazz Band June 28 -- Jazz Masters July 5 -- Terry Marshall Jazz Quartet July 12 -- Difficult Run Jazz Band July 19 -- Northern Virginia Youth Symphony July 26 -- Fairfax Symphony Summer Band August 2 -- Side by Side August 9 -- Difficult Run Jazz Band August 16 -- Fairfax Symphony German Band August 23 -- Robin Bullock Irish Songs August 30 -- Jazz Masters

LEE PARK AMPHITHEATER -- At 6601 Telegraph Rd. near Rosehill Drive about 2 1/2 miles south of the Beltway in Alexandria. Concerts are at 7:30 and are free. June 4 -- Quitting Time Band June 11 -- Dixieland New Orleans Jazz Band June 16 -- Old Comrades German Band June 18 -- to be announced June 25 -- Fairfax Jubil-Aires

LOCUST SHADE PARK -- At 4701 Locust Shade Dr. off U.S. 1 in Triangle. Free concerts in the covered Lilac Pavilion Tuesdays at 7:30. 703/221-2158. June 30 -- Show Offs July 7 -- Woodbridge Community Choir July 14 -- Bob Brown Puppets July 21 -- Over the Hill Gang July 28 -- Fat Cats All Star Jazz Band August 4 -- Bill Lucas Magic Show

BEN LOMOND PARK -- At 7500 Ben Lomond Park Dr. off Sudley Road/Route 234 in Manassas. Music includes jazz, country and gospel on Sundays at 7 and are free. Park authority asks that those attending bring a can of food to donate to Serve Inc., which provides food for needy in Prince William County. June 21 -- James Brothers July 5 -- John Sessums Quartet July 19 -- Voices of Hope August 2 -- Library Theater August 16 -- Manassas Choral Society August 30 -- Mother Goose's Proclamation

LUBBER RUN AMPHITHEATER -- At N. Columbus and Second streets in Arlington. Most shows begin at 8 and are free. To check rain cancellations, call 558-2165. June 12 -- Fiddle Fever June 13 -- Raquel Pena Spanish Dance Company June 19, 20 & 21 -- Children's Theater of Arlington presents "Robin Hood" June 24 -- Everteens June 26, 27 & 28 -- Children's Theater of Arlington presents "Robin Hood" June 29 -- Arlington Metropolitan Chorus June 30 -- Arlingtones Barber Shop Chorus July 1 -- Sweet Adelines Barber Shop Chorus July 3 -- National Concert Band July 6 -- Northern Virginia Folk Festival Association's Americana Night July 10 -- Arlington Center for Dance July 11 -- Magpie July 14 -- Nguyen Dinh Nghia, flutist July 16 -- Army Blues July 17 -- Arlington Dance Theater July 18 -- Arlington Symphony Ensemble July 21 -- Theater Four July 23 -- Fiddle Puppet Cloggers July 24 -- Soda Bread July 25 -- Smith Sisters July 31 -- Harvey Jacobson Piano, Navy Fair Winds August 1 -- Jazz Ladies, Virtania Tillery, Army Blues August 7, 8 & 9 and 14, 15 & 16 -- Arlington Players present "Fiorello!"

MARINE PARADES -- At the Iwo Jima War Memorial, off U.S. 50 near Arlington Cemetery. The Drum & Bugle Corps and marching units perform every Tuesday at 7, through the end of August; there are free shuttle buses from the cemetery. 433-6060 or 433-4011. VILLAGES AT SHIRLINGTON -- At S. Randolph and 28th streets in Arlington. The revitalized shopping area now offers free concerts beginning at 7. 558-2165. July 27 -- Navy Commodores July 30 -- De Gut Bucket Blues Band July 31 -- Keter Betts Trio August 1 -- Stevie and the Sheiks, King Cotton Jazz Band, The Last Chance Jazz Band and more, noon August 2 -- Band from Tin Pan Alley, Sunshine Skiffle Band, Southern Comfort, 4

WATERFRONT PARK -- On the Potomac between King and Prince streets in Alexandria. The Monday free concert series featuring rock 'n' roll, folk and big band begins at 7:30; for rain cancellations call 838-4343. June 22 -- Air Force Spectrum June 29 -- Constellation July 6 -- Foxxfire July 13 -- Last Straw July 20 -- John Michaels July 27 -- Kaleidoscope August 3 -- Soda Bread (Irish), Mac Bogert August 10 -- Bob Lewis Big Band

WOLF TRAP -- In Vienna. Take I-66 west to the (exit 20) Dulles Toll Road. Take Exit 6, which is open two hours before the performance (usually around 6:30 p.m.); take Exit 7 as an alternate. From the Beltway take Route 7 (exit 10 west) 2 1/2 miles west of Tysons and follow signs. For information, call 255-1868 or 255-1860. Call Ticket Center, 432-0200 to charge tickets, which range from $8 to $30. There is shuttle service from the West Falls Church Metro station for $3 round-trip. Buses run every 20 minutes beginning about 2 hours prior to showtime. After performances buses must leave promptly at 11 p.m. to insure people can catch trains before the midnight cutoff even if the performance has not ended. The park is going to try to time performances so that they will not run past 11. There is also shuttle service offered by American Cafe from its Tysons Corner (848-9476) and Chevy Chase (363-5400) locations. June 6 -- Tribute to Dizzy Gillespie June 7 -- The Beach Boys June 9 -- The Byrds, The Turtles featuring Flo & Eddie, Herman's Hermits, Mark Lindsay, Grass Roots June 10 -- Tony Bennett with the Count Basie Orchestra June 11, 12 & 13 -- National Symphony Orchestra June 16 & 17 -- Houston Ballet presents "Sleeping Beauty" June 18 -- Houston Ballet presents "Mixed Rep" June 19 -- John Prine June 20 -- Statler Brothers, Sylvia June 23 -- New York City Opera presents "La Traviata" June 24 -- New York City Opera presents "Tosca" June 25 -- New York City Opera presents "La Traviata" June 26 -- New York City Opera presents "Tosca" June 27 & 28 -- New York City Opera presents "The Student Prince" June 29 -- Johnny Rivers, Roy Orbison July 1 -- Blood Sweat & Tears, Gary U.S. Bonds July 2 -- Chuck Mangione July 3 -- Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons, The Four Tops July 5 -- Pete Fountain, Al Hirt July 6 -- New England Ragtime Ensemble July 7 -- Kris Kristofferson, Rita Coolidge July 8 -- Sheena Easton July 9 -- Larry Gatlin & the Gatlin Brothers July 10 -- Moody Blues July 12 -- Spyro Gyra July 13 -- The Everly Brothers July 14 -- Boston Pops Esplanade July 15 -- Chad Mitchell Trio, The Limeliters, Glenn Yarbrough, Tom Paxton July 16 -- James Galway, The Chieftains July 17 -- James Brown July 19 -- Perry Como July 20 -- Air Supply July 21 -- Merle Haggard, Lyle Lovett July 22 -- Burt Bacharach, Dionne Warwick July 23, 24 & 25 -- National Symphony Orchestra July 26 -- Pete Seeger, Arlo Guthrie July 28 -- Fairfax Symphony with Marvin Hamlisch July 29 -- Bonnie Raitt July 30 & 31 -- Peter, Paul & Mary August 1 -- Judy Collins August 2 -- Wolf Trap Opera Company Showcase August 3 -- Joan Baez, The Smothers Brothers August 4 -- Ray Charles with Byron Allen August 5 -- Michael Franks, Stanley Jordon, Bobby McFerrin August 6 -- America, Three Dog Night August 7 & 8 -- Johnny Mathis, Henry Mancini August 9 --

Preservation Hall Jazz Band August 10 -- Pat Metheny August 14 & 15 -- Wolf Trap Opera Company presents "A Midsummer Night's Dream" August 16 -- Ella Fitzgerald, Oscar Peterson August 17 -- Gladys Knight & the Pips August 18 -- Kenny Loggins August 20, 21 & 22 --

San Francisco Ballet August 23 -- Survivor August 24 -- Emmylou Harris August 25 -- The Robert Cray Band August 26 -- Anne Murray August 27, 28 & 29 -- National Symphony Orchestra August 30 -- George Benson September 1 through 6 -- "South Pacific" with Robert Goulet September 8 -- Barbara Mandrell