HERE ARE the announced summer schedules of most Washington-area concert venues. Details aren't locked up for other anticipated shows; read Weekend to keep posted. For popular performers at places like Wolf Trap, Nissan Pavilion, MCI Center and Merriweather Post Pavilion, order your tickets as early as you can (some concerts are already sold out); for free shows, just show up unless otherwise noted here. But always call first -- plans and programs can and do change. Most free outdoor events are canceled or rescheduled when rain threatens; most paid shows go on rain or shine.

98 / DISTRICT / GET ART HED ANDERSON HOUSE MUSEUM -- At 2118 Massachusetts Ave. NW, headquarters of the Society of the Cincinnati, Saturdays at 1:30. Free. 202/785-2040.

JUNE 12 -- Cellist Kevin Hekmatpanah and pianist Alexander Kordzaia.

JULY 10 -- Soprano Harlie Sponaugle.

AUG. 14 -- The Chesapeake Viol Consort.

SEPT. 4 -- Pianist Thomas Pandolfi.

ARTS CLUB OF WASHINGTON -- At 2017 I St. NW, once the home of President Monroe. Chamber recitals continue most Fridays at noon through July 16 (and resume in October). Free. 202/331-7282.

JUNE 4 -- Tenor James Jones and pianist Susan Slingland.

JUNE 11 -- Pianist Daniel Spiegel.

JUNE 18 -- The Coolidge String Quartet.

JUNE 25 -- Pianist Manabu Takasawa.

JULY 9 -- Soprano Jiyoung Park and pianist Kihoon Yang.

JULY 16 -- William Montgomery Master Class flute ensembles.

BAIRD AUDITORIUM -- At the National Museum of Natural History, 10th and Constitution NW. The Smithsonian Associates is presenting these concerts at 7:30 except as noted. Ticket prices vary. 202/357-3030.

JUNE 11 -- Bourque, Bernard & Lepage.

JUNE 19 -- The Louisiana Repertory Jazz Ensemble.

JUNE 27 -- (At 3) Guitarist William Feasley.

JULY 24 -- Irshad Khan.

JULY 25 -- Sam Mangwana.

JULY 31 -- Musica de las Americas.

CARTER BARRON AMPHITHEATRE -- At 4850 Colorado Ave. NW (16th Street and Colorado Avenue).

The Shakespeare Theatre presents "The Merry Wives of Windsor" at the ninth annual Shakespeare Theatre Free for All, at 7:30 nightly except Mondays from June 5 through 20. Free general-admission tickets (the limit is four per person) will be released each day at noon for that evening's performance at the Carter Barron box office and at the Shakespeare Theatre box office, 450 Seventh St. NW, and at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday through Friday at The Washington Post building, 1150 15th St. NW. Call 202/334-4790.

The National Symphony Orchestra is presenting three free concerts with different conductors, soloists and programs at 7 July 29, 30 & 31. No tickets required; for information, call the Kennedy Center, 202/467-4600.

District Curators Inc. presents the free "A Duke Ellington Tribute" with the Abdullah Ibrahim Trio and the Dance Institute of Washington on July 24 at 7:30. Call 202/723-7500.

The Washington Post is presenting the following four free "Weekend's Weekend" concerts at 7:30. Free tickets will be released at the Carter Barron box office starting at 10 for that evening's show. For information, call 202/334-4748.

JULY 9 -- Hardway Connection, Cathy Ponton King and the Crow Valley Band.

JULY 16 -- Shahin & Sepehr, A La Carte Brass & Percussion and the J Street Jumpers.

JULY 25 -- The Pietasters, Skalicious and Big D & the Kid's Table.

AUG. 8 -- Origem, Jaleo and Nuevo Cache.

The D.C. Blues Society presents its 11th annual D.C. Blues Festival from 2 to 10 on Sept. 4, with Lonnie Brooks, Long John Hunter, Phillip Walker, Michelle Willson, Roy Carrier & His Zydeco Rockers, and other local and national acts. Free, no tickets required. Call 202/828-3028.

The National Park Service is presenting the following concerts at 7:30. Tickets cost $16 to $18 from Ticketmaster, 202/432-7328. For park information, call 202/619-7222 or 202/426-0486.

JUNE 26 -- Grover Washington Jr. and the Mike Stevens Project.

JUNE 27 -- War and Parliament Funkadelic.

JULY 10 -- John P. Kee & the New Life Community Choir and Karen Clark Sheard.

JULY 11 -- Ken Navarro, Ron Holloway, Marcus Johnson and others.

JULY 17 -- Johnny Pacheco, Hector Casanova, Milly Quezada and Yomo Toro.

JULY 18 -- Jeffrey Osborne and Patti Austin.

AUG. 27 -- Tanya Blount.

AUG. 28 -- Sonny Rollins.

AUG. 29 -- Pieces of a Dream and Debbie Kirkland.

CHURCH OF THE EPIPHANY -- At 1317 G St. NW. Classical recitals continue on Tuesdays at 12:10 through June (and resume in September). Free. 202/347-2635.

COOLIDGE HIGH SCHOOL -- At Fifth and Sheridan streets NW. The D.C. Youth Orchestra performs on Fridays at 7 from July 16 through Aug. 13. $3, seniors and students $2, under 13 free. 202/723-1612.

CORCORAN GALLERY OF ART -- At 17th and New York NW, in the Frances & Armand Hammer Auditorium except as noted. In addition to these evening ticketed performances and free jazz concerts Wednesdays at 12:30, the gallery's gospel brunches continue Sundays from 11 to 2. 202/639-1700 or 202/639-1770.

JUNE 6 -- (At 6:30 in the Salon Dore) Carol Lieberman & Mark Kroll, violin and fortepiano ($32).

JUNE 9 -- (At 12:30) The Susan Jones Quartet.

JUNE 14 -- (At 7:30) Satin Doll ($20).

JUNE 16 -- (At 12:30) The Dick Morgan Trio.

JUNE 21 -- (At 7:30) The Hot Mustard Quintet ($25).

JUNE 23 -- (At 12:30) The Keter Betts Quartet.

JUNE 23 -- (At 7:30) "Wild Fusion: A Collaboration of Music, Art and Technology" ($15).

JUNE 28 -- (At 7:30) Judy Simmons & Jay Crowder ($20).

JUNE 30 -- (At 12:30) The Tony Martucci Quartet.

JULY 1 -- (At 7:30) Violinist Paul Giger ($20).

JULY 7 -- (At 12:30) The Davey Yarborough Quartet.

JULY 9 -- (at 7:30) The Julius Hemphill Sextet ($18).

JULY 14 -- (At 12:30) The Tim Eyermann Quartet.

JULY 21 -- (At 12:30) John Eaton.

JULY 28 -- (At 12:30) The Michael Thomas Quartet.

AUG. 4 -- (At 12:30) The Gary Grainger Quintet.

AUG. 11 -- (At 12:30) The Allyn Johnson Trio.

AUG. 18 -- (At 12:30) The Charlie Byrd Trio.

AUG. 25 -- (At 12:30) The Matt Niess Quartet.

DAR CONSTITUTION HALL -- At 18th and D streets NW, at 8. Order tickets from Ticketmaster, 202/432-7328; for information, 202/628-4780.

JUNE 18 -- Arnez J., Talent, T.P. Hearn and Chris Thomas.

JUNE 19 -- Cameo, Mandrill, New Birth and Brick.

JUNE 25 -- Helmut Lotti.

JUNE 26 -- George Duke, Rachelle Ferrell and Kenny Lattimore.

JULY 6 -- Britney Spears.

THE ELLIPSE -- On Constitution Avenue NW between 15th and 17th streets, south of the White House. Temporarily displaced during renovation of the Sylvan Theater on the Washington Monument grounds, three military bands perform here weekly through August: the Marine Band on Sundays at 7; the Army Band on Tuesdays at 8; and the Navy Band on Thursdays at 7. A highlight is the Army Band's performance of Tchaikovsky's "1812" Overture on Aug. 17 at 7. Free. (See also the U.S. Army "Twilight Tattoo" below.) 202/619-7222 (National Park Service); 703/696-3399 (Army); 202/433-4011 (Marines); 202/433-2525 (Navy).

FARRAGUT SQUARE -- At 17th and K streets NW, Thursdays at noon. Free. 202/619-7222.

JUNE 10 -- Hugh Feeley.

JUNE 17 -- Marshall Keyes.

JUNE 24 -- Person to Person.

JULY 1 -- Steve Wolf & Swing Speak.

JULY 8 -- Warner Williams.

JULY 15 -- Red Letter Day.

JULY 22 -- Maurice Lyles & Friends.

JULY 29 -- To be announced.

AUG. 5 -- Debbie Kirkland.

AUG. 12 -- Nia Olabesi.

AUG. 19 -- Dexter.

AUG. 26 -- To be announced.

FORT DUPONT PARK -- At Minnesota Avenue and Randle Circle SE, Fridays and Saturdays at 8:30 through Aug. 28 (the last three weekends in August are still being planned). Free. 202/426-7723 or 202/619-7222.

JULY 9 & 10 -- David Bach and DeFunkt Jazz.

JULY 16 & 17 -- To be announced.

JULY 23 & 24 -- Miracle and Silk Soul.

JULY 30 & 31 -- Moon August and the Expressions.

AUG. 6 & 7 -- The Delphonics and Mystique.

FRANKLIN PARK -- At 14th and K streets NW, Wednesdays at noon. Free. 202/619-2222.

JULY 7 -- Second Story.

JULY 14 -- The Darryl Kydd Brooks Trio.

JULY 21 -- Sons of the Father.

AUG. 4 -- Michael Mulvaney.

AUG. 18 -- The Darryl Kidd Brooks Trio.

FREEDOM PLAZA -- At 14th Street and Pennsylvania Avenue NW. District Curators Inc. presents its annual free all-day "Freedom Jazz Fest" July 3 and 4, with Chuck Brown, Craig Harris, Jane Bunnett, Toby Foyeh's Orchestra Africa, the J Street Jumpers and many other performers; call 202/723-7500. The Downtown DC Business Improvement District is also presenting free shows by local bands at 5:30 every Thursday in August. 202/619-7222.

GEORGETOWN PARK MALL -- At 3222 M St. NW, Fridays at 6. Free. 202/342-8190.

JUNE 4 -- Ewabo.

JUNE 11 -- Lambert & Gaylor.

JUNE 18 -- The Jeff Kaye Duo.

JUNE 25 -- Lambert & Gaylor.

JULY 2 -- Patrick Stacey.

JULY 9 -- Ewabo.

JULY 16 -- Marge Calhoun.

JULY 23 -- Lambert & Gaylor.

JULY 30 -- Evelyn Harris.

AUG. 6 -- Lambert & Gaylor.

AUG. 13 -- Ewabo.

AUG. 20 -- The Jeff Kaye Duo.

AUG. 27 -- Lambert & Gaylor.

SEPT. 3 -- Ewabo.

SEPT. 10 -- Lambert & Gaylor.

SEPT. 17 -- Patrick Stacey.

SEPT. 24 -- Marge Calhoun.

HIRSHHORN MUSEUM -- At Seventh and Independence SW. These Latin pop bands play at the outdoor plaza on Thursdays at 5:30, during the "Art Night" programs of extended hours with art talks and tours. Free. 202/357-2700 (TDD: 202/357-1729).

JUNE 10 -- Caribe Son.

JUNE 17 -- Positive Vibrations.

JUNE 24 -- Rumba Club.

JULY 1 -- Sam Turner's Afro-Cuban Band.

JULY 8 -- Bobby Jimenez & Bibian Borotto.

JULY 15 -- Mariachi Cuzcatlan.

JULY 22 -- Adriana Costa & Peter Richardson.

JULY 29 -- Paul Hawkins & La Jazz.

AUG. 5 -- Positive Vibrations.

AUG. 12 -- Nuevo Amanecer.

AUG. 19 -- Questet and Imani Gonzales.

KENNEDY CENTER -- At New Hampshire Avenue and F Street NW, on the Potomac three blocks from the Foggy Bottom Metro, from which the center operates free shuttle buses from 9:45 a.m. to midnight Mondays through Saturdays, and from noon to midnight on Sundays and holidays.

Summer barely slows the pace in the Kennedy Center's six theaters. "Titanic: A New Musical," the multiple Tony Award-winning Broadway smash, sails into the Opera House from July 7 through Aug. 21. Tickets cost $20 to $75.

Joe Sears and Jaston Williams once again portray all the citizens of mythical Tuna, Tex., in their new installment of Tuna tales, "Red, White and Tuna," in the Eisenhower Theater through June 20. Tickets cost $20 to $50.

The Reduced Shakespeare Company brings its "The Complete Millennium Musical (Abridged)," a light-hearted review of the past thousand years, to the Terrace Theater through July 25. All seats cost $25.

The Royal Swedish Ballet performs five U.S. premieres in two different programs in the Opera House from June 8 through 13. Tickets cost $20 to $75.

Christopher Hogwood conducts the National Symphony Orchestra and guest artists in the Mozart Summer Festival, three different programs in the Concert Hall from June 24 through 26, followed by dancing on the River Terrace. Tickets cost $12 to $30.

"Shear Madness," the comic murder mystery set in a Georgetown hair salon, is celebrating its 12th year in the Theater Lab; the 5,000th performance is on June 24. Tickets cost $25 to $29.

Plans are being made now for the Kennedy Center's annual Open House on Sept. 12, with free entertainment and children's activities all day on multiple stages.

And the Millennium Stage series presents free concerts by soloists, choruses, bands and ensembles every day at 6 in the Grand Foyer. The June lineup follows. (The National Symphony Orchestra is presenting a free concert on July 17 at 6 in the Concert Hall.) No tickets or reservations are required for Millennium Stage shows. (See also the U.S. Capitol entry below for the Millennium Stage at the Capitol summer series, Tuesdays and Thursdays at noon.)

For Kennedy Center information, schedules and tickets, call 202/467-4600 or 800/444-1324 (TDD: 202/416-8524).

JUNE 4 -- Soulservice.

JUNE 5 -- Sunny Sumter.

JUNE 6 -- Nnenna Freelon with students from Cardozo High School.

JUNE 7 -- Damion Wolfe & Lea.

JUNE 8 -- Don McLean.

JUNE 9 -- The Dick Morgan Trio.

JUNE 10 -- Soulservice.

JUNE 11 -- Karen Savoca & Pete Heitzman.

JUNE 12 -- Shout 'n' Feel It Dancers.

JUNE 13 -- The Chris Vadala Quartet.

JUNE 14 -- Mobile's Singing Children.

JUNE 15 -- Barton & Sweeney.

JUNE 16 -- Soulservice.

JUNE 17 -- Andrew McKnight.

JUNE 18 -- John Eaton.

JUNE 19 -- Joe Glazer.

JUNE 20 -- The Gast Waltzing Jazz Quartet.

JUNE 21 -- Bulgari.

JUNE 22 -- Ellis Paul.

JUNE 23 -- Xiaohui Ma.

JUNE 24 -- Living History Foundation Dancers.

JUNE 25 & 26 -- The New York Baroque Dance Company.

JUNE 27 -- Soulservice.

JUNE 28 -- Mensa Sonora.

JUNE 29 -- Marge Calhoun & Ron Holloway.

JUNE 30 -- Lark in the Morning.

LINCOLN THEATRE -- At 1215 U St. NW. 202/328-6000.

JUNE 7 & 8 -- (At 7) D.C. International Film Festival.

JUNE 23 -- (At 7) The D.C. Youth Orchestra.

JUNE 26 -- (At 8) C&R Talent Showcase.

LISNER AUDITORIUM -- At 730 21st St. NW, at 8 except as noted. Sponsors, prices and ticket outlets vary. For general information, 202/994-1500 or 202/994-6800.

JUNE 5 -- The David Murray Big Band (202/357-3030).

JUNE 12 -- The Gay Men's Chorus of Washington and the Atlanta Gay Men's Chorus (202/338-7464).

JUNE 19 -- Bijan and Ebi (301/365-2429).

JUNE 25 -- Seoul Metropolitan Dance Theater (202/293-2174).

AUG. 6 & 8 -- Puccini's "Tosca" by Opera International (301/365-3479).

SEPT. 4 -- KanKouran West African Dance Company (202/432-7328).

SEPT. 15 -- Gilberto Gil (703/218-6500).

SEPT. 25 -- Pan American Symphony Orchestra (202/432-7328).

MCI CENTER -- At 601 F St. NW. Order tickets from Ticketmaster, 202/432-7328 (service charges added); for information, 202/628-3200.

JUNE 23 -- (At 7) "WKYS Red Hot Summer Jam," with DMX, Jermaine Dupri, Lil' Bow Wow, Jagged Edge, Silk, Blackstreet, J.T. Money, Ginuwine, Missy Elliot and Naughty By Nature ($15.50-$28.50).

JUNE 24 -- (At 7:30) Bad Company and David Lee Roth ($29.50-$49.50).

JULY 17 -- (At 7) Maze Featuring Frankie Beverly, the O'Jays, Gerald Levert, Next and Jesse Powell ($35-$55).

MERIDIAN HILL PARK -- At 16th and Euclid streets NW, Fridays at 7. Free. 202/619-7222.

JULY 2 -- Jerry Wilder & the Other Band.

JULY 9 -- To be announced.

JULY 16 -- Bobby Parker.

JULY 23 -- Imani.

JULY 30 -- Vision 20/20.

AUG. 6 -- The Harold Little Funklet.

AUG. 13 -- Paul Hawkins & La Jazz.

AUG. 20 -- The Andre Fox Project.

AUG. 27 -- Maisha & the Hiphuggers.

NATIONAL BUILDING MUSEUM -- At 401 F St. NW. The Imani jazz ensemble performs on June 24 at 12:15. Free. 202/272-2448.

NATIONAL CITY CHRISTIAN Church -- At 14th and Massachusetts NW. Free recitals by guest organists continue most Thursdays at 12:15. 202/232-0323.

NATIONAL GALLERY OF ART -- At Sixth and Constitution NW. Weekly concerts in the West Garden Court continue Sundays at 7 through June (and resume in October). Free. 202/842-6941 or 202/737-4215.

JUNE 6 -- The National Gallery Orchestra.

JUNE 13 -- Soprano Dorothy Kingston and pianist Michael Patterson.

JUNE 20 -- The National Gallery Chamber Players String Quartet.

JUNE 27 -- The National Gallery Chamber Players Wind Quintet.

NATIONAL MUSEUM OF AFRICAN Art, at 950 Independence Ave. SW. Concerts of contemporary African music are scheduled July 22 and Aug. 12 at 5 and 7. Free. 202/357-2700 (TDD: 202/357-1729).

NATIONAL SHRINE of the Immaculate Conception, at 400 Michigan Ave. NE. These visiting organists perform Sundays at 6; the concerts are preceded by carillon recitals at 5:30. Free. 202/526-8300.

JUNE 6 -- Peter Latona.

JUNE 13 -- Mary Beth Bennett.

JUNE 20 -- Robert Delcamp.

JUNE 27 -- Eric Plutz.

JULY 4 -- Christopher Candela.

JULY 11 -- Wayne Earnest.

JULY 18 -- David Kazimir.

JULY 25 -- Mickey Thomas Terry.

AUG. 1 -- Stefan Engels.

AUG. 8 -- Anthony Williams.

AUG. 15 -- Robert Grogan.

AUG. 22 -- Heinrich Christensen.

AUG. 29 -- Robert MacDonald.

NATIONAL ZOO -- At 3001 Connecticut Ave. NW, Thursdays at 6:30 on Lion-Tiger Hill. Free. 202/673-4717.

JUNE 24 -- Air Force Silver Wings.

JULY 1 -- The WDJ Band.

JULY 8 -- The Johnny Artis Band.

JULY 15 -- Lox & Vodka.

JULY 22 -- Tough Act to Follow.

JULY 29 -- The Grandsons.

AUG. 5 -- Catfish Hodge.

THE PAVILION -- At the Old Post Office, 1100 Pennsylvania Ave. NW. The pavilion hosts free indoor concerts by visiting high school and college bands and other groups most days at noon, and often in the late afternoon. 202/289-4224.

PHILLIPS COLLECTION -- At 1600 21st St. NW. "Artful Evening" programs of art tours and talks accompanied by local musicians and ensembles continue on Thursdays from 5 to 8:30 through July 15, and resume in September. (The Sunday afternoon concert series also resumes in September.) $5. 202/387-2151.

RFK STADIUM -- At 22nd and East Capitol streets. "The Vans Warped Tour '99" brings Pennywise, Blink-182, Sevendust, Cypress Hill, Black Eyed Peas, Less Than Jake, Living End, Molotov, Suicidal Tendencies, Bouncing Souls and many other bands to the stadium parking lot on July 27 starting at noon. Tickets cost $22 in advance, $25 at the gate. Order tickets from Ticketmaster, 202/432-7328 (service charges added); for stadium information, 202/547-9077.

SMITHSONIAN FOLKLIFE Festival -- On the Mall, between 10th and 14th streets, from June 23 through 27 and June 30 through July 4. The themes of the 33rd annual festival are "Celebrating New Hampshire's Stories," "Gateways to Romania" and "South Africa: Crafting the Economic Renaissance of the Rainbow Nation." Exhibits, performances and demonstrations are open from 11 to 5:30 each day, followed by dance parties from 5:30 to 7 and concerts from 7 to 9 (no concert on July 4). Special events include the fifth annual Ralph Rinzler Memorial Concert with the Yuri Yunakov Band and Ensemble Tereza on June 24 at 5:30, and a conjunto dance party with Los Hermanos Layton and Gilberto y Perez y Sus Compadres on July 2 at 5:30. All activities are free. 202/357-4574 or 202/357-2700 (TDD: 202/357-1729).

SUMMER OPERA THEATRE CO. -- At the Hartke Theatre, on the Harewood Road edge of the Catholic University campus at 620 Michigan Ave. NE. For its 21st season, the university's resident opera company presents Mozart's "Don Giovanni," in Italian with English surtitles, June 18 at 8, June 20 at 2, June 23 at 7:30, June 25 at 8 and June 27 at 2; and Bellini's "Norma," in Italian with English surtitles, July 11 & 14 at 7:30, July 18 at 2, July 21 at 7:30 and July 25 at 2. Tickets cost $32 to $55. Call 202/526-1669.

SYLVAN THEATER -- Near 15th Street and Independence Avenue SW, at the southeastern corner of the Washington Monument grounds. The Sylvan Theater is closed for renovations except for the free Independence Day Concert on July 4 from 4 to 9, with Ralph Stanley, Shirley Caesar, Eddie Bo, Bill Kirchen, the Yuri Yunakov Ensemble, the Sons of Hawaii and others. For military band concerts, see the entries for the Ellipse, the U.S. Navy Memorial and the U.S. Capitol. 202/619-7222.

U.S. ARMY "TWILIGHT TATTOO" -- On the Ellipse, between 15th and 17th streets NW, south of the White House. Army Band ensembles join marching units of the Third Infantry ("The Old Guard") in the "Twilight Tattoo" pageant of music and drills Wednesdays at 7 through Aug. 11. Free. 202/685-2851 or 202/619-7222.

U.S. CAPITOL -- Where the Mall would meet North, South and East Capitol streets, if it could. The U.S. service bands each perform on the West Terrace weekly at 8 through August: the Air Force Band on Fridays and Tuesdays, the Navy Band on Mondays, the Marine Band on Wednesdays and the Army Band on Thursdays. A highlight is the Air Force Band's "Christmas in August" family program on Aug. 20 (the Air Force Band is also presenting a holiday show July 4 at 6 at the National Air & Space Museum). The National Symphony Orchestra presents holiday programs at 8 on July 4 and Sept. 5. And the Kennedy Center resumes its "Millennium Stage at the Capitol" concerts on the East Terrace Tuesdays and Thursdays at noon through mid-August. The June line-up follows. All free. 202/619-7222 (National Park Service); 202/767-5658 (Air Force); 703/696-3399 (Army); 202/433-4011 (Marines); 202/433-2525 (Navy); 202/467-4600 (National Symphony and Millennium Stage).

JUNE 8 -- Don McLean.

JUNE 10 -- Soulservice.

JUNE 15 -- Barton & Sweeney.

JUNE 17 -- Andrew McKnight.

JUNE 22 -- Ellis Paul.

JUNE 24 -- Xiaohu Ma.

JUNE 29 -- Marge Calhoun & Ron Holloway.

U.S. MARINE CORPS "EVENING Parade," at the Marine Barracks, "the oldest post of the Corps," Eighth and I SE. The Marine Band, Drum & Bugle Corps, Silent Drill Platoon and marching units stage a colorful full-dress parade Fridays at 8:45 through Aug. 27. Free, but reservations are required and must be requested in writing. For mailing instructions, call 202/433-6060.

U.S. NAVY MEMORIAL -- At 701 Pennsylvania Ave. NW. Navy Band units perform most Tuesdays at 8 through Sept. 6 (the U.S. Coast Guard Band, making a rare visit to Washington, performs Aug. 3 at 7:30). Free. 202/737-2300, Ext. 768, or 202/433-2525.

WARNER THEATRE -- At 13th and E NW. In addition to these concerts, at 8, a touring production of "Cabaret" visits from July 28 through Sept. 4. Order tickets from Ticketmaster, 202/432-7328; for information, 202/783-4000.

JULY 11 -- Boz Scaggs.

JULY 15 -- Caetano Veloso.

WASHINGTON NATIONAL Cathedral -- At Wisconsin and Massachusetts avenues NW. In addition to these Summer Festival concerts, at 7:30 except as noted, organ recitals continue most Sundays at 5 through July (and resume in the fall). All free. 202/537-6200.

JUNE 22 - Washington Symphonic Brass.

JUNE 25 -- Cathedral Choral Society Summer Chorus.

JUNE 29 -- "NOT for Toy Piano," with pianists Anthony Stark, Brian Ganz, Edward Newman and Ernest Ragogini.

JULY 5 -- (At 11 a.m.) Organist Douglas Major.

JULY 6 -- The Libertas Choir.

JULY 9 -- Elizabeth von Trapp.

"WASHINGTON SUMMER SINGS" -- At Western Presbyterian Church, 2401 Virginia Ave. NW. Sponsored by the New Dominion Chorale. Sing classic choral works with local choral conductors (but not their choruses) on Tuesdays at 7:30. $7; score rental $1. 202/232-7594 or 703/442-9404.

JUNE 8 -- Durufle's "Requiem," with Robert Shafer.

JUNE 15 -- Verdi's "Requiem," with J. Reilly Lewis.

JUNE 22 -- Beethoven's "Mass in C," with Barry Hemphill.

JUNE 29 -- Mozart's "Requiem," with Thomas Beveridge.

JULY 13 -- Brahms's "Requiem," with Tom Hall.

JULY 20 -- Handel's "Messiah," with Webster Rogers.

MARYLAND

ALICE FERGUSON AMPHITHEATRE -- At Hard Bargain Farm, 2001 Bryan Point Rd., Accokeek, Saturdays at 8. $10, students $8, under 12 $5. 301/292-5665 or 301/292-1139.

JUNE 5 -- Connemara.

JULY 24 -- Hollyfield & Spruill and Jim Patchett.

AUG. 14 -- Al Petteway & Amy White and Grace Griffith & Paul Nahay.

SEPT. 11 -- Hollyfield & Spruill and the Amazons.

ALLEN POND AMPHITHEATER -- At Allen Pond Park, 3330 Northview Dr. off Route 197, Bowie, Sundays at 7 except as noted. Free. 301/262-6200.

JUNE 6 -- Naval Academy Concert Band.

JUNE 13 -- (At 6:15) Bay Winds Concert Band.

JUNE 20 -- Army Blues.

JULY 4 -- (From 3 to 10) The New Romanos and Detour.

JULY 11 -- Bluesworks.

JULY 18 -- The Dixie Power Trio.

JULY 25 -- The Crawdaddies.

AUG. 1 -- The Knights of Harmony.

AUG. 8 -- The Smile Band.

AUG. 15 -- The Grandsons.

AUG. 22 -- Naval Academy Electric Brigade.

AUG. 29 -- Air Force High Flight.

SEPT. 5 -- The Moonlighters.

ANNAPOLIS CITY DOCK -- On the waterfront in downtown Annapolis. Naval Academy ensembles perform Tuesdays at 7:30 from July 6 through Aug. 17. Free. 410/293-1262.

ARTSCAPE 2000 MINUS 1 -- At outdoor and indoor sites in Baltimore's "Cultural Corridor," on Mount Royal Avenue between North Avenue and Preston Street, near the Joseph Meyerhoff Symphony Hall, the Lyric Opera House and the Maryland Institute, College of Art, July 9 through 11. Free outdoor concerts on multiple stages, exhibits, children's entertainment, a crafts fair and other activities begin at 6 July 9 and at noon July 10 & 11, and continue until 10:30 each night. Among the headliners are Stanley Turrentine, the Duke Ellington Orchestra with Dionne Warwick, Clarence "Gatemouth" Brown, Earl Klugh, and Ashford & Simpson with Maya Angelou. For details and schedules, call 410/396-4575.

ANNAPOLIS JAZZFEST -- On the campus of St. John's College, 60 College Ave. in Annapolis, on June 20 from noon to 7. Headliners include Stanley Turrentine, Vanessa Rubin, the Cecilia Smith Quartet, Rumba Club, Dave Burns & Hot Mustard, and the "Guitar All Stars" with Steve Abshire, Paul Bollenback, Paul Wingo and Royce Campbell. A benefit for the Annapolis Symphony Orchestra. $15 in advance, $20 at the gate (children under 12 free). Order from Ticketmaster, 202/432-7328 or 410/481-7328 (service charges added); for information, 410/893-4480.

AVALON THEATRE -- At 40 E. Dover St., Easton. The Eastern Shore Chamber Music Festival presents concerts by soloists and ensembles June 11, 18 & 19 at 8, and a young people's program June 19 at 10 a.m. Tickets cost $12 to $25; for information and tickets call 410/819-0380. The following concerts are at 8 except as noted. Order tickets from Ticketmaster, 202/432-7328 or 410/481-7328 (service charges added); for information, 410/822-0345.

JUNE 6 -- (At 3) Pianist Santiago Rodriguez ($18).

JUNE 12 -- Leon Redbone and Robert Strong ($25).

JUNE 13 -- (At 3) Flutist Douglas Smith and pianist Ken Takasawa ($10).

JUNE 20 -- (At 7:30) Sue Matthews & Stefan Scaggiari ($12-$15).

JULY 16 -- Steve McDonald ($12-$15).

BAKER PARK -- At Bentz and Second streets, Frederick. These concerts on Sundays and children's shows on Saturdays start at 7 except as noted. Free; donations of canned food for the Frederick City Food Bank are welcomed. 301/694-2489.

JUNE 13 -- Tommy Lepson & the Lazy Boys.

JUNE 20 -- Deanna Bogart.

JUNE 27 -- Naked Blue.

JULY 4 -- (At 4) The Shirelles.

JULY 10 -- Kalonymus.

JULY 11 -- Baaba Seth.

JULY 17 -- The Nicolo Whimsey Show.

JULY 18 -- Scott Ambush.

JULY 24 -- Anansegromma.

JULY 25 -- The Dixie Power Trio.

JULY 31 -- "Rufus the Red-Nosed Raindog" by Blue Sky Puppets.

AUG. 1 -- Divine Static.

AUG. 7 -- "Tales From the Brothers Grimm" by Action Theater.

AUG. 8 -- The Grandsons.

AUG. 14 -- "The Barker of Seville" by Blue Sky Puppets.

AUG. 15 -- The Ray Birely Orchestra.

AUG. 21 -- "The Rainforest Chorus" by Billy B.

AUG. 22 -- The Ron Holloway Group.

AUG. 28 -- "It's Reigning Cats and Dogs" by Odyssey Opera Theatre.

AUG. 29 -- Bill Kirchen & Too Much Fun.

BALTIMORE ARENA -- At 201 W. Baltimore St., Baltimore. Order tickets from Ticketmaster, 202/432-7328 or 410/481-7328 (service charges added); for information, 410/347-2010.

JUNE 18 -- (At 8) Elton John ($49.50-$59.50).

AUG. 27 -- (At 7:30) Vince Gill ($15 to $125, to benefit the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation).

BALTIMORE MUSEUM OF ART -- At North Charles Street and Art Museum Drive, Baltimore. The seventh annual Summer Jazz Series, outdoors in the Wurtzburger Sculpture Garden, is on Saturdays at 7. Tickets cost $11, seniors and students $10. 410/396-6001 or 410/396-6314.

JUNE 26 -- Fertile Ground.

JULY 17 -- Gary Bartz.

JULY 31 -- The Eric Alexander-Jim Rotundi Quintet.

AUG. 7 -- The Keter Betts Quartet.

AUG. 21 -- FanFan & Friends.

BETHESDA METRO CENTER -- At Wisconsin Avenue and Old Georgetown Road, Bethesda. Dance orchestras and big bands provide music for dancing on the outdoor plaza on Fridays from 6 to 9 through September, and jazz ensembles perform Fridays at noon in June and September. Free. 301/652-4988.

JUNE 4 -- (At noon) The James Bazen Project.

JUNE 4 -- Cityscape.

JUNE 11 -- (At noon) The Boston Jazz Ensemble.

JUNE 11 -- The J Street Jumpers.

JUNE 18 -- (At noon) Millennium.

JUNE 18 -- Redstone II.

JUNE 25 -- (At noon) The James Bazen Project.

JUNE 25 -- Mambo Combo.

JULY 2 -- Retrospect.

JULY 9 -- The Richard Bray Orchestra.

JULY 16 -- Full Circle.

JULY 23 -- Matt Rogers.

JULY 30 -- The Daryl Davis Band.

AUG. 6 -- Swing Shift.

AUG. 13 -- Retrospect.

AUG. 20 -- New Columbia Swing.

AUG. 27 -- The Daryl Davis Band.

SEPT. 3 -- (At noon) The James Bazen Project.

SEPT. 3 -- The Richard Bray Orchestra.

SEPT. 10 -- (At noon) The Rob Levit Trio.

SEPT. 10 -- Redstone II.

SEPT. 17 -- (At noon) Millennium.

SEPT. 17 -- Music Unlimited.

SEPT. 24 -- (At noon) The Boston Jazz Ensemble.

SEPT. 24 -- Retrospect.

BETHESDA PLACE PLAZA -- At Old Georgetown Road and Woodmont Avenue, Bethesda, Thursdays at noon. Free. 301/215-7651 or 301/215-6660.

JUNE 10 -- Uptown.

JUNE 17 -- Origem.

JUNE 24 -- The James Bazen Project.

JULY 1 -- The Crabtown Stompers.

JULY 8 -- Swing Speak.

JULY 15 -- The Halley Shoenberg Quartet.

JULY 22 -- The James Bazen Project.

JULY 29 -- Mariachi de los Compadres.

AUG. 5 -- The Reasons.

BETHESDA ROW -- Outdoors at Bethesda and Woodmont avenues, Bethesda, Sundays at 11 and Thursdays at 7. Free. 301/998-8100.

JUNE 17 -- (At 7) -- David Zephrine.

JUNE 27 -- (At 11) The Bruce Middle Trio.

JUNE 24 -- (At 7) The Fred Hughes Trio.

JULY 1 -- (At 7) Tim Eyermann.

JULY 4 -- (At 11) The Richard Bray Orchestra.

JULY 15 -- (At 7) Dan Reynolds & Never Alone.

JULY 25 -- (At 11) Jaared Arosemena.

JULY 29 -- (At 7) David Zephrine.

AUG. 1 -- (At 11) Red Letter Day.

AUG. 12 -- (At 7) Tim Eyermann.

AUG. 29 -- (At 11) Mystic Warriors.

SEPT. 5 -- (At 11) The Moonlighters.

SEPT. 26 -- (At 11) Pepe Gonzalez.

BLACK HILL REGIONAL PARK -- At 20930 Lake Ridge Dr., Boyds, Wednesdays at 7. Free. 301/972-9396 or 301/217-6798.

JUNE 30 -- The Olney Community Band.

JULY 14 -- Billy B.

BUDDY ATTICK PARK -- At Crescent and Old Greenbelt roads, Greenbelt, and at nearby Roosevelt Center at 99 Centerway Rd., and Greenbelt Community Center at 15 Crescent Rd., at 7 except as noted. Free. 301/397-2208 or 301/397-2200.

JUNE 4 -- The Peabody Ragtime Ensemble.

JUNE 13 -- D.C. Army National Guard Band.

JUNE 23 -- Magpie.

JUNE 25 -- (At 2) Blue Sky Puppets (at Greenbelt Community Center).

JUNE 27 -- The University Community Band.

JULY 4 -- The Greenbelt Concert Band.

JULY 11 -- Songs of Colonial America.

JULY 25 -- U.S. Naval Academy Band.

JULY 26 -- (At 2) The Nicolo Whimsey Show (at Greenbelt Community Center).

AUG. 14 -- (At 2) Anansegromma (at Greenbelt Community Center).

AUG. 29 -- Bavarian Austrian Dance Company (at Roosevelt Center).

SEPT. 4 -- (At 2) Marc Spiegel (at Greenbelt Community Center).

CABIN JOHN REGIONAL PARK -- At 7400 Tuckerman Lane, Rockville, Tuesdays at 7. Free. 301/299-0024 or 301/217-6798.

JUNE 29 -- The Masterworks Chorus.

JULY 13 -- Quantico Marine Band.

JULY 20 -- Rockville Concert Band.

JULY 27 -- Reunion Blues.

AUG. 3 -- The Battersby Duo.

CAPITAL JAZZ FEST -- At Merriweather Post Pavilion, on Broken Land Parkway off Route 29 in Columbia, June 5 & 6, with Chuck Mangione, Marcus Johnson, Fattburger, Earl Klugh, Rick Braun, Roy Ayers and others. Tickets cost $26.50 to $60 from ProTix, 703/218-6500 or 410/481-7500 (service charges added); for information, call 301/218-0404 or 888/378-3378.

CENTENNIAL PARK SOUTH -- At 10000 Clarksville Pike (Route 108), Ellicott City, Wednesdays at 7. Parking $2. 410/313-7275 or 410/313-4700.

JUNE 16 -- Blue Moon.

JUNE 23 -- Navy Country Current.

JUNE 30 -- Mama Jama.

JULY 7 -- Totally Confused.

JULY 14 -- Baaba Seth.

JULY 21 -- The Dixie Power Trio.

JULY 28 -- Gumbo Junkyard.

AUG. 4 -- Navy Commodores.

AUG. 11 -- Air Force High Flight.

AUG. 18 -- Val & Pam, the Kindersingers.

CHESAPEAKE BAY MARITIME Museum, on Mill Street in St. Michaels, Saturdays. 410/745-2916.

JULY 3 -- (At 7) The Rhythm Doctors ($6).

JULY 24 -- (At 7:30) Chris Noyes (free).

AUG. 21 -- (At 7:30) Christina Harrison (free).

SEPT. 4 -- (At 7) The Notables ($6).

CHESAPEAKE BEACH RAILWAY Museum, at 4155 Mears Ave. in Chesapeake Beach, Thursdays at 7:30. Free. 410/257-3892.

JUNE 10 -- The Patuxent Pearls.

JULY 8 -- The Southern Maryland Concert Band.

AUG. 12 -- The Dixie Ramblers.

SEPT. 9 -- The Calvert Community Band.

CHURCH COVE PARK -- At Willow and Green streets in St. Michaels. Local folk and pop musicians perform Thursdays at 6:30 from June 24 through Aug. 19. Free. 410/745-6073.

JULY 18 -- Goombay.

AUG. 1 -- Second Story.

COLUMBIA FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS -- Scores of concerts, dance performances, workshops, children's shows, exhibits and other events are scheduled from June 18 through 27 at sites throughout Columbia. Among the headliners are Branford Marsalis, Christopher Parkening, the Dayton Contemporary Dance Company, Doug Varone & Dancers, and juggler/illusionist Michael Moschen. Ticket prices vary. Many programs are free, including outdoor entertainment June 18 through 20 at Lake Kittamaqundi. Order tickets from ProTix, 703/218-6500 or 410/481-6500; for information and schedules, call 410/715-3089.

CONGRESSIONAL PLAZA -- At Rockville Pike and Congressional Lane, Rockville, at 1. Free. 301/998-8100.

JUNE 9 -- Mystic Warriors.

JUNE 10 -- Jaared Arosemena.

JULY 2 -- The Moonlighters.

JULY 10 -- Mariachi Los Amigos.

AUG. 4 -- Ron Holloway & Marge Calhoun.

AUG. 12 -- The Bruce Middle Group.

SEPT. 3 -- Red Letter Day.

SEPT. 9 -- The Richard Bray Orchestra.

DAMASCUS REGIONAL PARK -- At 23723 Kings Valley Rd., Damascus, Sundays at 7. Free. 301/972-6581 or 301/217-6798.

JULY 18 -- Goombay.

AUG. 1 -- Second Story.

DORSEY'S SEARCH VILLAGE Center -- At Dorsey Hall Drive and Columbia Road, Columbia, Thursdays at 6. Free. 410/964-2020.

JUNE 10 -- Flumpa & Friends.

JUNE 17 -- The Richard Walton Group.

JUNE 24 -- Ellis Woodward.

JULY 1 -- Turner, Dean of Magic.

JULY 8 -- The Reasons.

JULY 15 -- Orlando Phillips.

JULY 22 -- The Gary Brown Group.

JULY 29 -- The Satyr Hill Band.

AUG. 5 -- Jack Selway.

AUG. 12 -- The Beale Street Puppets.

AUG. 19 -- John Fahres.

DOWNS PARK -- At 8311 John Downs Loop, Pasadena, about eight miles east of Glen Burnie, Sundays at 6 except as noted. Free. 410/222-6230.

JUNE 6 -- The Rob Levit Quartet.

JUNE 13 -- The Heritage Brass Quintet.

JUNE 20 -- Army Band Woodwind Quintet.

JUNE 27 -- Mike & Mike.

JULY 4 -- (Time to be announced) Kaos.

JULY 11 -- Billy B.

JULY 18 -- Blue Daze.

JULY 25 -- Mary Byrd Brown.

AUG. 1 -- Sons of the Severn.

AUG. 8 -- Naval Academy Electric Brigade.

AUG. 15 -- (At 5) Iona.

AUG. 22 -- (At 5) The Grandsons.

AUG. 29 -- (At 5) Laurie Rose Griffith & Peter Mealy.

SEPT. 5 -- (At 5) The Continentals.

SEPT. 12 -- (At 5) 229th Army National Guard Band.

SEPT. 19 -- (At 4) Navy Country Current.

SEPT. 26 -- (At 4) Army Field Band Volunteers.

FORT MEADE -- On the Devers Hall lawn, Mapes Road and Cooper Avenue, Sundays at 7. Free. 301/677-6586.

AUG. 8 -- Army Field Band & Soldiers' Chorus.

AUG. 15 -- Army Field Band Volunteers.

AUG. 22 -- Army Field Band Jazz Ambassadors.

FRIENDSHIP HEIGHTS VILLAGE Center, at 4433 S. Park Ave., Chevy Chase, Wednesdays at 7:30. Free. 301/656-2797.

JUNE 9 -- The Greg Harrison Band.

JUNE 16 -- Spice of Life.

JUNE 23 -- Navy Commodores.

JUNE 30 -- Sassparilla.

JULY 7 -- Danza del Rio.

JULY 14 -- The Ragtime Hots Band.

JULY 21 -- Debi Smith.

JULY 28 -- The Not-So-Modern Jazz Quartet.

AUG. 4 -- Mahina & the Polynesians.

AUG. 11 -- Seamus Kennedy.

AUG. 18 -- Paul Carr & Friends.

AUG. 25 -- To be announced.

GAITHERSBURG CITY HALL -- At 31 S. Summit Ave., Gaithersburg. Folk and pop concerts and children's shows, at 7 except as noted. Free. 301/258-6350.

JUNE 4 -- "The Tale of the Man and the Golden Fish" by Classika Theatre.

JUNE 7 -- (At noon) "Tanka Tales" by Goodlife Theater.

JUNE 8 & 15 -- Seneca Community Church Gospel Choir.

JUNE 10 -- (At noon) Laurie Rose Griffith & Peter Mealy.

JUNE 11 -- "Mondo Shakespeare Jr." by Action Theater.

JUNE 12 -- Gallagher II.

JUNE 17 -- (At noon) Swing Speak.

JUNE 18 -- "One Gold Coin" by Interact Story Theater.

JUNE 19 -- (At 8) "A Comedy of Errors" by Repercussion Theatre.

JUNE 21 -- (At noon) Mark Jaster.

JUNE 22 -- Good Shepherd Lutheran Church Choir.

JUNE 24 -- (At noon) Venus Rising.

JUNE 25 -- "The Frog Prince" by Theatre IV.

JUNE 26 -- Bradley Fields Magic Productions.

JUNE 28 -- (At noon) Native American Dance Troupe.

JUNE 29 -- National Lutheran Home Choir.

JULY 2 -- DaVinci's Notebook.

JULY 6 -- Derwood Bible Choir.

JULY 9 -- Lambert & Gaylor.

JULY 13 -- The President's Men Barbershop Quartet.

JULY 16 -- Crossfire.

JULY 19 -- (At noon) Ewabo.

JULY 20 -- Jay Smar.

JULY 23 -- Retrospect.

JULY 26 -- (At noon) George Circling Eagle.

JULY 30 -- Groovy.

AUG. 2 -- (At noon) Seamus Kennedy.

AUG. 5 -- (At noon) Dave Fry.

AUG. 6 -- The Reasons.

AUG. 9 -- (At noon) Carmen Latimore.

AUG. 12 -- (At noon) "Janet's Planet."

AUG. 13 -- Swing Speak.

AUG. 20 -- Cityscape.

AUG. 23 -- (At noon) Mahina & the Polynesians.

AUG. 26 -- (At noon) Jeannine McKenna.

AUG. 27 -- Blue Daze.

GLEN BURNIE RECREATION Acres -- At Fifth Avenue and Greenway, Glen Burnie, Fridays at 7:30. Free. 410/647-0057.

JUNE 11 -- The Royal Knights.

JUNE 18 -- Package Deal.

JUNE 25 -- The Dixie Power Trio.

JULY 2 -- Package Deal.

JULY 9 -- The Crabtown Big Band.

JULY 16 -- The Bayside Big Band.

GLEN DALE COMMUNITY Center -- At 11901 Glenn Dale Blvd., Glenn Dale, Thursdays at 7. Free. 301/352-8983.

JULY 1 -- Imani.

JULY 15 -- Tom Larson.

JULY 29 -- The J Street Jumpers.

AUG. 8 -- BC & the Blues Crew.

AUG. 26 -- Rockin' Bones.

GLEN ECHO PARK DANCES -- At 7300 MacArthur Blvd., Glen Echo. You can dance the night away here accompanied by live music in the Spanish Ballroom on almost any weekend evening. Folk bands accompany square and contra dancers in the Spanish Ballroom most Fridays at 8:30 (202/216-2116), and Sundays at 7:30 (sponsored by the Folklore Society of Greater Washington, 202/546-2228). The Washington Swing Dance Committee is sponsoring Saturday dances with different bands at 9 on June 19, July 3, Aug. 7, Sept. 18 and Oct. 2; call 301/340-9732. Cajun and zydeco bands play at 9 on June 16 and July 14; call 301/309-0895. The Tom Cunningham Orchestra plays at 9 on June 26, July 24, Aug. 28 and Sept. 25; call 703/533-8864. The Oklahoma Twisters play for Sunday afternoon and Wednesday evening dances at 3 on June 13 and Aug. 8, and at 7:30 June 9, July 7, Aug. 11 and Sept. 8; call 703/644-0551. There is also Sunday afternoon waltzing at 3 on June 20, July 18, Aug. 1 & 15, and Sept. 19; call 703/978-0375. Beginner workshops start an hour before most Saturday dances. Admission, paid at the door, varies. For general information, call the park at 301/492-6282.

HARBORPLACE AMPHITHEATER -- At Pratt and Light streets in Baltimore's Inner Harbor, Fridays at 5:30, Saturdays at 8 and Sundays at 7. Free. 800/427-2671 or 410/332-4191.

JUNE 4 -- The Kelly Bell Band.

JUNE 5 -- Colouring Lesson.

JUNE 6 -- Air Force Silver Wings.

JUNE 11 -- Love Seed Mama Jump.

JUNE 12 -- To be announced.

JUNE 13 -- Baltimore Symphonic Band.

JUNE 18 -- Crushing Day.

JUNE 19 -- Grupo Latino.

JUNE 20 -- Navy Sea Chanters.

JUNE 25 -- Love Riot.

JUNE 26 -- Stevie & the Satellites.

JUNE 27 -- Ring Ding Swing Thing.

JULY 9 -- Laughing Colors.

JULY 10 -- Krystal Klear.

JULY 11 -- Sha Shaty.

JULY 16 -- Once Hush.

JULY 17 -- Stevie & the Satellites.

JULY 18 -- Tim Eyermann & Toni Wilson.

JULY 23 -- The Kelly Bell Band.

JULY 24 -- Klassix.

JULY 25 -- Slim Man.

JULY 30 -- Love Riot.

JULY 31 -- To be announced.

AUG. 1 - Naval Academy Electric Brigade.

AUG. 6 -- Crushing Day.

AUG. 7 -- The Fringe.

AUG. 8 -- Navy Commodores.

AUG. 13 -- Rob Fahey & the Pieces.

AUG. 14 -- Mama Jama.

AUG. 15 -- Army Field Band Jazz Ambassadors.

AUG. 20 -- Laughing Colors.

AUG. 21 -- Axis.

AUG. 22 -- Mood Swings.

AUG. 27 -- Never Never.

AUG. 28 -- Mambo Combo.

AUG. 29 -- Air Force Airmen of Note.

SEPT. 3 -- The Kyf Brewer Band.

SEPT. 4 -- Tony Berry & New Money.

SEPT. 5 -- Slim Man.

HARPER'S CHOICE VILLAGE Center -- At 5485 Harper's Farm Road, Columbia, Fridays at 6. Free. 410/964-2020.

JUNE 4 -- John Taylor.

JUNE 11 -- Marshall Booze.

JUNE 18 -- Turner, Dean of Magic.

JUNE 25 -- Beale Street Puppets.

JULY 9 -- Damon Forman.

JULY 16 -- Orlando Phillips.

JULY 23 -- The Hayden Street Quintet.

JULY 30 -- Annie Sidley.

AUG. 6 -- David Kitchen & the Demolition.

AUG. 13 -- The Distractions.

AUG. 20 -- The Hula Monsters.

HICKORY RIDGE VILLAGE Center -- At Freetown Road and Cedar Lane, Columbia, Thursdays at 6. Free. 410/964-2020.

JUNE 10 -- Sean Pelan & Key Lime Pie.

JUNE 17 -- Boogie Express.

JUNE 24 -- The Reasons.

JULY 1 -- John Taylor.

JULY 8 -- The Richard Walton Group.

JULY 15 -- Flumpa & Friends.

JULY 22 -- Jack Selway.

JULY 29 -- The Barbara Martin Trio.

AUG. 5 -- Turner, Dean of Magic.

AUG. 12 -- The Tree Surgeons.

AUG. 19 -- Orlando Phillips.

IDLEWILD PARK -- At Idlewild and Washington streets in Easton, at 7. Free. 410/822-0345.

JUNE 25 -- The Al Maitland Questet.

JULY 17 -- Jambulay Caribbean Band.

JULY 31 -- Navy Cruisers.

AUG. 14 -- The XPDs.

AUG. 28 -- Navy Sea Chanters.

JOHN ADDISON CONCERT HALL -- At Harmony Hall Regional Center, 10701 Livingston Rd., Fort Washington. These Wednesday morning children's programs are at 10 and 11:30, except as noted. Tickets cost $3; reservations are encouraged. 301/292-2839 (TDD: 301/292-8203).

JUNE 30 -- Suuna.

JULY 7 -- The Cashore Marionettes.

JULY 14 -- (At 10) Craig Anthony Bannister.

JULY 21 -- "Quincy Meets Shakespeare."

JULY 28 -- (At 10) The Mike Rose Comedy & Magic Show.

AUG. 11 -- Spats the Lost Vaudevillian.

JOSEPH MEYERHOFF SYMPHONY Hall, at 1212 Cathedral St., Baltimore. The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra presents its annual "Summer Musicfest" from June 16 through 30. Violinist Pinchas Zukerman conducts and performs each evening except June 30. Concerts start at 7:30; they are preceded by chamber music at 6:30 and are followed by dancing outdoors in Festival Plaza. Tickets cost $15 to $37. (Also see entry below for the orchestra's concerts at Oregon Ridge Park.) 410/783-8000 or 800/442-1198.

JUNE 16 -- Mozart's Serenade for 13 Wind Instruments and Vivaldi's "The Four Seasons."

JUNE 18 -- Mozart's Sonata for Violin and Piano, Piano Concerto No. 21 and Symphony No. 35.

JUNE 23 -- Tchaikovsky's "Variations on a Rococo Theme," Trio for Piano, Violin and Cello, and Symhony No. 4.

JUNE 25 -- Beethoven's Sonata No. 3 for Cello and Piano, Symphony No. 2 and "Triple Concerto."

JUNE 30 -- "A Night in Old Vienna," conducted by Daniel Hege.

KINGS CONTRIVANCE Village Center -- At 8600 Guilford Rd., Columbia, Fridays at 11:30. Free. 410/964-2020.

JUNE 4 -- Jack Selway.

JUNE 11 -- The Swinging Daves.

JUNE 18 -- Nitrojack.

JUNE 25 -- Orlando Phillips.

JULY 9 -- Annie Sidley.

JULY 16 -- The Reasons.

JULY 23 -- Ellis, Doyle & Jones.

JULY 30 -- Bob Wright.

AUG. 6 -- The Satyr Hill Band.

AUG. 13 -- Orlando Phillips.

AUG. 20 -- The Reasons.

AUG. 27 -- Blue Steele.

SEPT. 3 -- John Fahres.

KUGHN PARK -- At Ellsworth Drive and Fenton Street, Silver Spring, Thursdays at 7. Free. 301/565-7300 or 301/217-3655.

JUNE 17 -- Kathie Martin & the Hot Rods.

JUNE 24 -- The Platters.

JULY 1 -- Bill Kirchen & Too Much Fun.

JULY 8 -- The Marvelettes.

JULY 15 -- Alex Fox.

JULY 22 -- Harold Melvin's Blue Notes with Sharon Paige.

JULY 29 -- Jambulay Caribbean Band.

AUG. 5 -- The Seldom Scene.

AUG. 12 -- Air Force High Flight.

AUG. 19 -- Powerhouse.

LADEW TOPIARY GARDENS -- At 3535 Jarrettsville Pike, Monkton (about 14 miles north of the Baltimore Beltway), Sundays at 6. Adults $10, seniors and students $9, under 12 $3. 410/557-9466.

JUNE 13 -- Deanna Bogart.

JUNE 27 - Washington Symphonic Brass.

JULY 11 -- The Maryland Pacesetters.

JULY 25 -- Foggy Bottom.

AUG. 8 -- Love Riot.

AUG. 22 -- Maggie Sansone.

LAKE KITTAMAQUNDI -- On Little Patuxent Parkway in Columbia's Town Center. The Columbia Association offers free outdoor entertainment throughout the summer. Family films are screened at dusk most Fridays and Mondays from June 28 through Aug. 27, and Fridays and Saturdays from Sept. 3 through Sept. 18. Pop and folk musicians and community orchestras perform at 8 most Saturdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and some Tuesdays, and at 6:30 Sundays from June 29 through Aug. 29; their schedules are below. (The Columbia Festival of the Arts presents its own free concerts here June 18 through 20; see listing above.) There is also an open stage on Tuesdays from July 13 through Aug. 31. Sign-up for performers begins at 7; you get three songs or 10 minutes, whichever comes first. 410/715-3363 or 410/715-3000.

JUNE 29 -- The Swinging Doves.

JUNE 30 -- The Gail Marten Quartet.

JULY 1 -- Brad Sachs.

JULY 3 -- Dan Reynolds & Never Alone.

JULY 6 -- The Glenelg High School Jazz Ensemble.

JULY 7 -- Bill Kirchen & Too Much Fun.

JULY 8 -- Andrew McKnight.

JULY 10 -- Heidi Martin.

JULY 11 - Mark Jaster & Nicolo Whimsey.

JULY 14 -- Gary & the Groove.

JULY 15 -- Blue Daze.

JULY 18 -- Magpie.

JULY 21 -- Deanna Bogart.

JULY 22 -- Big Village.

JULY 24 -- The Karen Goldberg Trio.

JULY 25 -- Mariachi Los Amigos.

JULY 28 -- The Ron Holloway Group.

JULY 29 -- Sassparilla.

JULY 31 -- Julie Hall.

AUG. 1 -- The Columbia Concert Band.

AUG. 4 -- Annie Sidley.

AUG. 5 -- Al Petteway & Amy White.

AUG. 7 -- Jumping Hailstones.

AUG. 8 -- DaVinci's Notebook.

AUG. 11 -- The Hula Monsters.

AUG. 12 -- Caribbean Arts Jazz Ensemble.

AUG. 14 -- The Angie Miller Band.

AUG. 15 -- The Starvation Army Band.

AUG. 18 -- The Grandsons.

AUG. 19 -- Ruthie & the Wranglers.

AUG. 21 -- Carl Filipiak.

AUG. 22 -- Tom Paxton.

AUG. 25 -- Eddie From Ohio.

AUG. 26 -- Richard Shindel.

AUG. 28 -- Primitive Mind.

AUG. 29 -- Columbia Jazz Ensemble.

LA PLATA TOWN HALL -- At 5 Garrett Ave., La Plata, Fridays at 7. Free. 301/934-8421 or 301/870-3377.

JUNE 4 -- Solid Brass.

JUNE 11 -- Infinity.

JUNE 18 -- Cyndi Astlin & Country Thunder.

JUNE 25 -- The Southern Maryland Concert Band.

JULY 2 -- Out of Order.

JULY 9 -- Eastern Tradition.

JULY 16 -- The Reivers.

JULY 23 -- The Smith Tucker Band.

JULY 30 -- Bluegrass Gospel Express.

AUG. 6 -- The White Water Band.

AUG. 13 -- Tunesmyth.

AUG. 20 -- Divine Static.

AUG. 27 -- BYX Bullock Combo.

SEPT. 3 -- Southern Drifters.

LONG REACH VILLAGE CENTER -- At 8775 Cloudleap Ct., Columbia, Thursdays at 6. Free. 410/964-2020.

JUNE 10 -- John Taylor.

JUNE 17 -- Orlando Phillips.

JUNE 24 -- The Satyr Hill Band.

JULY 1 -- The Swinging Daves.

JULY 8 -- Blue Steele.

JULY 15 -- The Reasons.

JULY 22 -- Turner, Dean of Magic.

JULY 29 -- To be announced.

AUG. 5 -- John Taylor.

AUG. 12 -- Orlando Phillips.

AUG. 19 -- The Richard Walton Group.

MARYLAND HALL FOR THE Creative Arts -- At 801 Chase St., Annapolis. 301/261-1553 or 410/263-5544.

JUNE 4 -- (At 8) Chicago City Limits ($18).

JULY 11 -- (At 7) Sweet Honey in the Rock ($25).

AUG. 27 -- (At 8) Footworks Percussive Dance Ensemble ($18).

MERRIWEATHER POST PAVILION -- On Broken Land Parkway off U.S. 29 in Columbia. Most lawn tickets cost about $15 to $34, depending on the show, and seats under cover range from $25 to around $65, depending on show and seat location (parking and service charges added). For information, call 301/982-1800 or 410/730-2424; order tickets from ProTix, 703/218-6500, 410/481-6500 or 800/955-5566.

JUNE 5 & 6 -- "Capital Jazz Fest" (see entry above).

JUNE 14 -- (At 7:30) Santana and Ozomatli.

JUNE 16 -- (At 7:30) Rod Stewart.

JUNE 23 -- (At 8) Hootie & the Blowfish and Shawn Mullins.

JUNE 26 -- (At 7) Brandy, Silk and 702.

JUNE 29 -- (At 6:30) Motley Crue, the Scorpions and Flash Bastard.

JULY 1 -- (At 7) The Allman Brothers Band and Hot Tuna.

JULY 9 -- (At 7) Phish.

JULY 21 -- (At 7) The Brian Setzer Orchestra.

JULY 24 -- (At 6:30) Widespread Panic and the Dirty Dozen Brass Band.

JULY 28 -- (At 3:30) "Lilith Fair," with Sarah McLachlan, Sheryl Crow, the Dixie Chicks, the Pretenders, Me'Shell NdgeOcello and others.

JULY 30 -- (At 7) Jewel, Rusted Root and Steve Poltz.

AUG. 6 -- (At 8) Barenaked Ladies and Beautiful South.

AUG. 24 -- (At 7:30) Goo Goo Dolls, Sugar Ray and Fastbreak.

AUG. 25 -- (Time to be announced) Tori Amos and Alanis Morissette.

AUG. 26 & 28 -- (At 8) Jimmy Buffett & the Coral Reefer Band.

SEPT. 10 -- (At 8) R.E.M. and Spacehog.

MID-ATLANTIC MUSIC & ARTS Festival -- At the Maryland State Fairgrounds, 2200 York Road at I-83, Timonium, June 19 & 20. Headliners among 40 bands on four stages include Los Lobos, Buddy Guy, Spyro Gyra, John Mooney, Carl Filipiak, Southside Johnny & the Asbury Jukes, Buckwheat Zydeco, Shemekia Copeland and Jimmie Vaughan. Tickets cost $20 per day in advance, $25 at the gate. Order from Ticketmaster, 202/432-7328 or 410/481-7328 (service charges added).

MONTGOMERY VILLAGE LAWN Theater -- In South Valley Park, 18850 Montgomery Village Ave., Gaithersburg, Sundays at 7:30. Free. 301/948-0110.

JUNE 6 -- The Strikeouts.

JUNE 13 -- Montgomery Village Community Band.

JUNE 20 -- Shir Delite.

JUNE 27 -- Air Force Silver Wings.

JULY 11 -- Blue Daze.

JULY 18 -- The Grandsons.

JULY 25 -- Army Blues.

AUG. 1 -- Swing Time.

AUG. 8 -- The Marge Calhoun Band.

AUG. 15 -- Navy Commodores.

AUG. 22 -- Knights of Harmony.

MONTPELIER MANSION -- On Montpelier Drive at Laurel-Bowie Road (Route 197), Laurel. In addition to these concerts on Fridays at 7:30, the Tent Troupe will stage "You Can't Take It With You" June 27 & 28 at 8, a children's folk tale program June 28 at 2, and "As You Like It" July 22 at 8 and July 23 at 7:30. All free. 301/776-2805.

JUNE 25 -- State of Affairs.

JULY 9 -- Tunesmyth.

AUG. 6 -- The Bayside Big Band.

AUG. 20 -- Flat Broke.

NATIONSBANK PLAZA -- At 34 Market Place, Baltimore. These "Kids' Stuff" children's shows are on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 10:30. Free. 410/837-4636 or 800/282-6632.

JUNE 15 -- Kinderman.

JUNE 17 -- Maxey Mime.

JUNE 22 -- Speed & Thro.

JUNE 24 -- Hadfield & McCoy.

JUNE 29 -- "Fire & Ice" by Mad Science.

JULY 1 - "Pig Tales" by Blue Sky Puppets.

JULY 6 -- General Foolishness.

JULY 8 -- Sing-Along with Dana.

JULY 13 -- "The Frog Prince" by Black Cherry Puppets.

JULY 15 -- Ace of Hearts.

JULY 20 -- "Aladdin" by Bob Brown Puppets.

JULY 22 -- Bunjo Butler.

JULY 27 & 29 -- To be announced.

OAKLAND MILLS VILLAGE CENTER -- At 5865 Robert Oliver Pl., Columbia, Fridays at 6. Free. 410/964-2020.

JULY 9 -- John Taylor.

JULY 16 -- Annie Sidley.

JULY 23 -- Turner, Dean of Magic.

JULY 30 -- Blue Steele.

OREGON RIDGE PARK -- At 13401 Beaver Dam Rd., at Exit 20-B off I-83, Cockeysville. The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra is presenting pops concerts on July 3, 4, 10, 17, 23 and 31. All begin at 8 and conclude with fireworks. Tickets cost $13 in advance, $14 on the show date; children under 12, $7. For schedules and tickets, call 410/783-8000 or 800/442-1198; for park information, call 410/887-1818.

PIER SIX PAVILION -- On Pratt Street in Baltimore's Inner Harbor. Most general admission tickets cost $21.50 to $24, and most reserved seats cost $26.50 to $46.50, depending on the show; order tickets from Ticketmaster, 202/432-7328 or 410/481-7328. For information, call 410/625-3100.

JUNE 5 -- (At 8) The Violent Femmes and G. Love & Special Sauce.

JUNE 6 -- (At 7:30) Gladys Knight.

JUNE 15 -- (At 7:30) Ani DiFranco and Maceo Parker.

JUNE 18 -- (At 8) Seal and Joan Jones.

JUNE 20 -- (At 7:30) Elvis Costello and Steve Nieve.

JUNE 27 -- (At 7:30) "Sounds of Soul," with George Duke, Rachelle Ferrell and Kenny Lattimore.

JULY 4 -- (At 6) Mary Chapin Carpenter and Solas.

JULY 14 -- (At 7:30) Willie Nelson and Lee Roy Parnell.

JULY 31 -- (At 8) Collin Ray and Kathy Mattea.

AUG. 4 -- (At 7:30) Lyle Lovett & His Large Band.

AUG. 19 -- (At 6) "Spirit of Unity," with Steel Pulse, Maxi Priest, Third World, Shaggy, Diana King, Culture and Ras Shiloh.

AUG. 20 -- (At 8) Roger Waters.

SEPT. 3 -- (At 8) The Gipsy Kings.

SEPT. 4 -- (At 8) Britney Spears and Michael Fredo.

SEPT. 5 -- (At 8) Jethro Tull.

SEPT. 10 -- (at 6:30) B.B. King, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Tower of Power and Indigenous.

PRINCE GEORGE'S STADIUM -- At Routes 301 and 197 in Bowie. The "Happy Birthday America" concert on July 3 at 6 presents America and Chuck Negron, followed by fireworks. Tickets cost $25 to $40; a portion of proceeds benefits Prince George's County Special Olympics. Order from Ticketmaster, 202/432-7328 (service charges); for information, 301/805-6000.

QUIET WATERS PARK -- At 600 Quiet Waters Park Rd., Annapolis, Saturdays. Concerts start at 6 in June and July, at 5:30 in August and September. Free. 410/222-1777.

JUNE 19 - The Annapolis Opera Company.

JUNE 26 -- Maggie Sansone and Naked Blue.

JULY 3 -- DaVinci's Notebook and Kelly Bell.

JULY 10 -- Billy Jonas and Gumbo Junkyard.

JULY 17 -- Mary Byrd Brown and Ruthie & the Wranglers.

JULY 24 -- The Rob Levit Group and Iona.

JULY 31 -- Johnson, Miller & Jung and the Stansbury Singers.

AUG. 7 -- Franklin & Harpe and Baaba Seth.

AUG. 14 -- David Hamburger and Big Joe & the Dynaflows.

AUG. 21 -- Christina Muir and the Dixie Power Trio.

AUG. 28 -- Grace Griffith and the Grandsons.

SEPT. 4 -- Little Bit a Blues and Bill Kirchen & Too Much Fun.

RIVER HILL VILLAGE CENTER -- At 6030 Daybreak Circle, Columbia, Fridays at 6. Free. 410/964-2020.

JUNE 4 -- The Hula Monsters.

JUNE 11 -- Flumpa & Friends.

JUNE 18 -- Partners in Song.

JUNE 25 -- John Taylor.

JULY 9 -- Orlando Phillips.

JULY 16 -- Turner, Dean of Magic.

JULY 23 -- The Joe Carta Country Band.

JULY 30 -- Sean Pelan & Key Lime Pie.

AUG. 6 -- John Taylor.

AUG. 13 -- Blue Steele.

AUG. 20 -- Ellis Woodward.

ROCKVILLE COURTHOUSE SQUARE -- At Maryland Avenue and Jefferson Street, Rockville. In addition to these "Brown Bag" and "Family Arts Night" concerts on Tuesdays at 12:30 and Wednesdays at 7:30, Repercussion Theatre presents "A Midsummer Night's Dream" June 20 at 8:30, and the Navy Band performs July 31 at 7. All free. 301/309-3340 or 301/309-3357.

JUNE 8 -- Patrick Stacey.

JUNE 15 -- Flatbroke.

JUNE 22 -- Laurie Rose Griffith & Peter Mealy.

JUNE 23 -- (At 7:30) Groovy.

JUNE 29 -- The Halley Shoenberg Jazz Quartet.

JULY 6 -- The James Mabry Band.

JULY 13 -- Riptide.

JULY 20 -- Bruce Robinson.

JULY 27 -- Zim Zemarel.

JUNE 30 -- (At 7:30) Blue Book Value.

JULY 14 -- (At 7:30) The Grandsons.

JULY 21 -- (At 7:30) Big Village.

AUG. 3 -- Debi Smith.

AUG. 10 -- Skitch Rudy.

AUG. 17 -- Lambert & Gaylor.

AUG. 24 -- Long Lonesome Highway.

AUG. 31 -- The Crow Valley Band.

ROCKY GAP FESTIVAL -- At Allegany College, in Cumberland near I-68 exit 44, Aug. 6 through 8. Among the headliners are Kevin Sharp, Chely Wright, Deana Carter, Steve Wariner, Joe Diffie, Trace Adkins and Bryan White. Admission is $15 Aug. 6, $33 per day Aug. 7 & 8; parking is $5 or $15 per day, depending on how far you're willing to walk. Advance purchase and package discounts are available. Call 301/722-5200 or 888/762-5942.

ST. IGNATIUS CHAPEL -- At 8855 Chapel Point Rd., Port Tobacco. $10, ages 12 to 18 $5, younger free. 301/934-4511.

JUNE 12 -- Chris Noyes.

JUNE 26 -- Grace Griffith & Carey Creed.

JULY 31 -- Moonfire.

SEPT. 4 -- Jeff Harding, Grace Griffith and Hollyfield & Spruill.

SEPT. 18 -- Hollyfield & Spruill.

ST. MARY'S COLLEGE of Maryland -- On Route 5 in St. Mary's City, overlooking the St. Mary's River. The Chesapeake Chamber Orchestra presents family pops programs at 7:30 June 19 & 25, and July 9, 16, 23 & 30. Free. 301/862-0380.

STEVENS PARK -- On Seneca Chase Park Road in Poolesville, Sundays at 7. Free. 301/217-6798.

JUNE 27 -- Krewe of Renegades.

JULY 11 -- Ruthie & the Wranglers.

JULY 25 -- Jim Hossick.

STRATHMORE HALL ARTS CENTER -- At 10701 Rockville Pike, North Bethesda. Free outdoor concerts are on Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7:30; admission is free and parking is $3. The Thursday morning shows, as noted, are for children; tickets cost $5 and parking is free. 301/530-0540.

JUNE 15 -- The Tom Cunningham Orchestra.

JUNE 22 -- Andes Manta.

JUNE 24 -- (At 9:30 and 11:30) Spirit of Africa.

JUNE 24 -- Dontae Winslow's Quintet.

JUNE 29 -- The Hard Travelers.

JULY 1 -- (At 9:30 and 11:30) "The Maestro" by Mark Jaster.

JULY 1 -- Washington Symphonic Brass.

JULY 6 -- The Boilermaker Jazz Band.

JULY 8 -- (At 9:30 and 11:30) Cathy Fink & Marcy Marxer.

JULY 8 -- Fairfax Symphony Wind Ensemble.

JULY 13 -- Singers for All Seasons.

JULY 15 -- (At 9:30 and 11:30) "Aladdin" by Bob Brown Puppets.

JULY 15 -- Baltimore Symphony Orchestra ensembles.

JULY 20 -- Sanderson & McCabe.

JULY 22 -- (At 9:30 and 11:30) "Animal Tales and Dinosaur Scales" by Child's Play Touring Theatre.

JULY 22 -- National Chamber Orchestra.

JULY 27 -- Steve Riley & the Mamou Playboys.

JULY 29 -- (At 9:30 and 11:30) Mariachi Los Amigos.

JULY 29 -- Zephyros Wind Quintet.

AUG. 3 -- The Vaughn Nark Quintet.

AUG. 5 -- Paul Hawkins & LaJazz.

AUG. 10 -- Ethel Ennis.

AUG. 12 -- Troika Balalaikas.

AUG. 17 -- Kim & Reggie Harris and Magpie.

AUG. 19 -- Cherish the Ladies.

UNIVERSITY OF MARYLAND -- At sites on the College Park campus from June 12 through July 24. The university's annual Rossborough Festival includes the National Orchestral Institute, the Marian Anderson Vocal Arts Competition, recitals and master classes. Most concerts are in the Tawes Theater at 8:30 except as noted. Most tickets cost $12 to $22, with student and senior discounts. The competition preliminary rounds are July 15 through 17, and the semi-finals are July 18 through 21. The competition finals are on July 24 in the Kennedy Center Concert Hall with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra; tickets cost $12 to $47. For information and tickets, call 301/405-6538.

JUNE 12 -- (At 8) National Orchestral Institute Orchestra, conducted by James DePriest in Kernis's "New Era Dance," Schubert's Symphony No. 8 and Mahler's Symphony No. 1.

JUNE 19 -- (At 8) NOI Orchestra, conducted by Marin Alsop in John Adams's "The Chairman Dances," Prokofiev's "Romeo and Juliet" Suites and Beethoven's Symphony No. 3.

JUNE 26 -- (At 8) NOI Orchestra, conducted by Maximiano Valdes in Reveultas's "Sensemaya," Debussy's "Gigues" and "Iberia" from "Images for Orchestra," and Sibelius's Symphony No. 5.

JULY 18 -- Carmen Balthrop, soprano.

JULY 19 -- Benita Valente, soprano.

JULY 20 -- Robert White, tenor.

JULY 21 -- Martina Arroyo, soprano.

JULY 22 -- Gordon Hawkins, baritone.

JULY 23 -- Ewa Podles, contralto.

U.S. NAVAL ACADEMY -- Outdoors at Miller Field on the campus in Annapolis, Thursdays at 7:30. Free. 410/293-1262.

JULY 8 -- Navy Cruisers.

JULY 15 -- Superintendent's Combo.

JULY 22 -- Navy Sea Chanters.

JULY 29 -- Army Blues.

AUG. 5 -- Air Force Singing Sergeants.

AUG. 12 -- Naval Academy Electric Brigade.

VETERANS' PARK -- At Woodmont and Norfolk avenues, Bethesda, Thursdays at 6. Free. 301/215-7651 or 301/215-6660.

JUNE 10 -- Big Village.

JUNE 17 -- Cityscape.

JUNE 25 -- The DPT Brass Band.

JULY 1 -- Englishman.

JULY 8 -- The Blueshounds.

JULY 15 -- Mambo Combo.

JULY 22 -- Brass Alley.

JULY 29 -- The Moonlighters.

AUG. 5 -- Butch Grant & Crossfire.

WATKINS REGIONAL PARK -- At 301 Watkins Park Dr., Upper Marlboro, Thursdays at 7. Free. 301/249-9220.

JUNE 24 -- Cindy Cain.

JULY 8 -- Citilites.

JULY 22 -- The Hardway Connection.

AUG. 5 -- Naval Academy Electric Brigade.

AUG. 19 -- The Persuaders.

SEPT. 9 -- Tom Principato.

WHEATON REGIONAL PARK -- At 2000 Shorefield Rd., off Georgia Avenue in Wheaton, Wednesdays and Thursdays at 7. Free. 301/946-7033 or 301/217-6798.

JULY 8 -- Spats the Lost Vaudevillian.

JULY 15 -- Naval Academy Electric Brigade.

JULY 22 -- Federal Jazz Commission.

JULY 29 -- Singing Capital Chorus.

AUG. 5 -- Jaared Arosemena.

WHEATON URBAN DISTRICT - In Veterans Memorial Park, on Reedie Drive between Fern Street and Avenue, Wheaton, Wednesdays at 7. Free. 301/217-4900.

JULY 14 -- The Harry Traynham Band.

JULY 21 -- Air Force Silver Wings.

JULY 28 -- The J Street Jumpers.

AUG. 4 -- Lox & Vodka.

AUG. 11 -- "Dinosaur Babies."

WILDE LAKE VILLAGE Center -- At 10451 Twin Rivers Rd., Columbia, Fridays at 11:30. Free. 410/964-2020.

JUNE 4 -- Lisa & Dave.

JUNE 11 -- Orlando Phillips.

JUNE 18 -- Ellis, Doyle & Jones.

JUNE 25 -- Jack Selway.

JULY 9 -- Turner, Dean of Magic.

JULY 16 -- Flumpa & Friends.

JULY 23 -- Orlando Phillips.

JULY 30 -- John Taylor.

AUG. 6 -- Sean Pelan.

AUG. 13 -- John Fahres.

AUG. 20 -- Jack Selway.

AUG. 27 -- Jeff Gover.

SEPT. 3 -- Orlando Phillips.

SEPT. 10 -- Reel Song.

SEPT. 17 -- Bob Wight.

SEPT. 24 -- Mary Byrd Brown.

WILLOW GARDEN -- Outside the Bethesda Gateway Building, at 7201 Wisconsin Ave., Bethesda, Wednesdays at noon. Free. 301/352-5387.

JUNE 9 -- Karen Ashbrook.

JUNE 16 -- Tom Teasley.

JUNE 23 -- Mike Surratt.

JUNE 30 -- Suzanne Michele.

JULY 7 -- Venus Rising.

JULY 14 -- Soul Tones of Swing.

JULY 21 -- Swing Season.

JULY 28 -- The Kirkwood Flute Ensemble.

AUG. 4 -- Barbara Martin & Mac Walter.

AUG. 11 -- Blue Steele.

AUG. 18 -- Savoy Truffle.

AUG. 25 -- The Blue Rhythm Boys.

SEPT. 1 -- Pat Garvey.

SEPT. 8 -- All Mixed Up.

SEPT. 15 -- Mary Pat Hughes & Heather McKay.

VIRGINIA

ALEXANDRIA RED CROSS Festival -- At Oronoco Bay Park, on North Union Street at the Potomac in Alexandria, June 11 through 13. The 18th annual festival, to benefit the Alexandria chapter of the American Red Cross, includes music on multiple stages, children's entertainment and other activities, a crafts fair, health and safety exhibits, and fireworks June 11 and 12. Among this year's headliners are NRBQ, Charlie Waller & the Country Gentlemen, Eddie From Ohio, the Greg Kihn Band, the Pat McGee Band and Kim Waters. Adult admission at the gate is $8 Friday, $5 before 5 p.m. Saturday, $8 after 5 p.m. Saturday, and $5 all day Sunday. For ages 6 through 12 it is $1 at all times, and children under 6 get in free. Discount family packages are available in advance from Ticketmaster, 202/432-7328. For information, call 703/549-8300.

ALEXANDRIA WATERFRONT PARK -- On the Potomac between King and Prince streets, Alexandria, Mondays. Free. 703/883-4686.

JUNE 14 -- (At 7:30) Lionel Ward & the New World Band.

JUNE 21 -- (At 7) The Irish Breakfast Band; (at 8) Elke Baker.

JUNE 28 -- (At 7) The Singing Angels; (at 8) Emmanuel Productions.

JULY 12 -- (At 7) Double Shot; (at 8) the Crow Valley Band.

JULY 19 -- (At 7:30) The Tom Cunningham Orchestra.

JULY 26 -- (At 7) Marge Calhoun; (at 8) Jennifer & Scott Smith.

AUG. 2 -- (At 7:30) Halley Shoenberg.

AUG. 9 -- (At 7:30) Mystic Warriors.

ARLINGTON COURTHOUSE PLAZA -- At 2100 Clarendon Blvd., Arlington, Wednesdays at 6:30. Free. 703/228-6960 or 703/228-6966.

JUNE 9 -- The Annie Sidley Band.

JUNE 16 -- Los 4 de Cordoba.

JUNE 23 -- DaVinci's Notebook.

JUNE 30 -- Tim Eyermann's East Coast Offering.

JULY 7 -- The Boilermaker Jazz Band.

JULY 14 -- Southbound USA.

JULY 21 -- Blue Book Value.

JULY 28 -- Laurie Rose Griffith & Peter Mealy.

AUG. 4 -- Randy Barrett.

AUG. 11 -- Tom Prasada-Rao.

AUG. 18 -- Whop Frazier.

AUG. 25 -- Robert Jospe & Inner Rhythm.

ASH LAWN-HIGHLAND FESTIVAL -- At the home of President Monroe, now a museum, on James Monroe Parkway near I-64 and Route 250, outside Charlottesville. The 22nd annual festival, from June 16 through Aug. 15, includes evening concerts, Saturday morning children's programs, a lecture series and fully staged productions of

Mozart's "The Marriage of Figaro," Arlen & Harburg's "The Wizard of Oz" and Floyd's "Susannah." Opera tickets cost $22 on Saturdays, $20 on other days. Concerts cost $10. Students and seniors get discounts. The children's shows cost $5. For schedules and tickets, call 804/979-0122 (after June 8) or 804/293-4500.

BLUEMONT CONCERT SERIES -- Now in its 18th season, the Bluemont Concert Series is presenting outdoor folk and pop concerts at 10 Northern Virginia sites. Admission is $3. For information about all sites, call 703/777-6306.

BROADLANDS -- At Hillside Park, across from the Visitors Center at at 43004 Waxpool Rd., in the Broadlands section of Ashburn, Saturdays at 7:30.

JULY 3 -- The Pan Masters Steel Orchestra.

JULY 31 -- The Oklahoma Twisters.

SEPT. 4 -- Trout Fishing in America.

CASCADES -- At Potomac Lakes Community Center, 20670 Fernbank Ct. in Cascades, Fridays at 7:30.

JULY 9 -- The Pan Masters Steel Orchestra.

JULY 31 -- Linda & the Lucky 4.

AUG. 13 -- Trout Fishing in America.

CULPEPER -- On the Old County Courthouse lawn, on West Davis Street in Culpeper, Fridays at 7:30.

JULY 9 -- Linda & the Lucky 4.

JULY 16 -- Saint Thom Cats.

JULY 23 -- Mambo Combo.

JULY 30 -- The Pan Masters Steel Orchestra.

AUG. 6 -- Patent Pending.

FREDERICKSBURG -- At Maury School, at Hanover and Kenmore streets, Saturdays at 7:30.

JUNE 19 -- Mambo Combo.

JUNE 26 -- The Oklahoma Twisters.

JULY 3 -- The Dixie Power Trio Brass Band.

JULY 10 -- Dry Branch Fire Squad.

JULY 17 -- John McCutcheon.

JULY 24 -- Saint Thom Cats.

JULY 31 -- World Beat Inner Rhythms.

AUG. 7 -- The Pan Masters Steel Orchestra.

AUG. 14 -- Trout Fishing in America.

AUG. 21 -- Celtic Thunder.

LEESBURG -- In downtown Leesburg at the intersection of Market and King streets, Sundays at 7.

JUNE 20 -- Celtic Thunder.

JUNE 27 -- The Hula Monsters.

JULY 4 -- Hot Club of Cowtown.

JULY 11 -- Dry Branch Fire Squad.

JULY 18 -- The Pan Masters Steel Orchestra.

JULY 25 -- Mambo Combo.

AUG. 1 -- John McCutcheon.

AUG. 8 -- Saint Thom Cats.

AUG. 15 -- File.

AUG. 22 -- The Mollys.

LURAY -- At Inn Lawn Park, on Zerkle Street in Luray, Saturdays at 7:30.

JULY 10 -- Linda & the Lucky 4.

JULY 17 -- The Pan Masters Steel Orchestra.

JULY 24 -- The FDO Swing Orchestra.

JULY 31 -- Patent Pending.

AUG. 7 -- The Daryl Davis Band.

MIDDLEBURG -- On the Middleburg Community Center lawn, 300 W. Washington St., Saturdays at 7:30.

JULY 3 -- The Hurdy Gurdy Family.

JULY 10 -- The Pan Masters Steel Orchestra.

JULY 17 -- Saint Thom Cats.

JULY 24 -- The Shenandoah Travelers.

JULY 31 -- Brazilian Origem.

SOUTH RIDING -- On the South Riding Town Hall lawn, at 43055 Center St. in Chantilly, at 7:30.

JUNE 26 -- Ululating Mummies.

JULY 24 -- The Pan Masters Steel Orchestra.

AUG. 15 -- Trout Fishing in America.

SEPT. 11 -- Last Rites of Summer.

WARRENTON -- On the old Warren Green Hotel lawn, 29 Culpeper St. in downtown Warrenton, Saturdays at 7:30.

JUNE 19 -- Celtic Thunder.

JUNE 26 -- World Beat Inner Rhythms.

JULY 3 -- Hot Club of Cowtown.

JULY 10 -- Saint Thom Cats.

JULY 17 -- The Daryl Davis Band.

JULY 24 -- Ululating Mummies.

JULY 31 -- The Pan Masters Steel Orchestra.

AUG. 7 -- John McCutcheon.

AUG. 14 -- File.

AUG. 21 -- The Mollys.

WINCHESTER -- At the Old Frederick County Courthouse lawn in the Loudoun Street Mall in downtown Winchester, Fridays at 7:30.

JUNE 18 -- The Lynn Morris Band.

JUNE 25 -- The FDO Swing Orchestra.

JULY 2 -- Hot Club of Cowtown.

JULY 9 -- Dry Branch Fire Squad.

JULY 16 -- Linda & the Lucky 4.

JULY 23 -- The Pan Masters Steel Orchestra.

JULY 30 -- John McCutcheon.

AUG. 6 -- Gypsy Strings.

AUG. 13 -- File.

AUG. 20 -- The Mollys.

BON AIR PARK -- At 850 N. Lexington St., Arlington. Storytelling for children and families, Saturdays at 2. Free. 703/228-6960 or 703/228-6966.

JULY 10 -- Judy Gravitz.

JULY 17 -- Carolyn Rapp.

JULY 24 -- Bill Mayhew.

JULY 31 -- Alice McGill.

AUG. 7 -- Candace Wolf (in English and Spanish).

BULL RUN COUNTRY JAMBOREE -- At Bull Run Regional Park, at 7700 Bull Run Dr., off Route 29 at I-66 Exit 52 in Centreville, on June 27. Headliners at the 20th annual all-day country music festival, sponsored by the Northern Virginia Regional Park Authority, are Neal McCoy, Aaron Tippin, Confederate Railroad, Chely Wright and Keith Harling. Tickets cost $25 (children under 7 free) from Ticketmaster, 202/432-7328 (service charges added), and at some NVRPA facilities; for concert information, call 703/359-4638; for park information, call 703/631-0550.

BURKE LAKE PARK -- At 7315 Ox Rd., Fairfax Station. These children's programs are on Saturdays at 10. Free. 703/323-6600 or 703/324-8680.

JUNE 12 -- "Living Planet" by Magpie.

JUNE 19 -- Hoaloha.

JUNE 26 -- Victorian Lyric Opera

JULY 10 -- Fairfax Symphony Overture Brass.

JULY 17 -- "Old McDonald's Farm" by Bob Brown Puppets.

JULY 24 -- Sue Trainor.

JULY 31 -- Outback Jack.

AUG. 7 -- Fairfax Symphony Overture Strings.

AUG. 14 -- "The Bug Box."

AUG. 21 -- Fairfax Symphony Overture Percussion.

CHERRY HILL PARK -- Next to the Falls Church Community Center at 223 Little Falls St., Falls Church, Thursdays at 7. Free. 703/248-5178.

JUNE 24 -- Army Blues.

JULY 1 -- The Pan American Jazz Orchestra.

JULY 8 -- The Mike Maher Dance Band.

JULY 15 -- Andrew Acosta & Friends.

JULY 22 -- The Dave Elliot Band.

JULY 29 -- John Jackson.

AUG. 5 -- The Falls Church Concert Band.

COLVIN RUN MILL -- At 10017 Colvin Run Rd., off Route 7, in Great Falls. The Fairfax Symphony Dixieland Band performs June 26 and Aug. 28 at 1. Free. 703/642-7200 or 703/759-2771.

CRYSTAL CITY WATER PARK -- On South Crystal Drive at 18th Street, Arlington, most Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11:30, and some Saturdays at 6:30, as noted. Free. 703/228-6960 or 703/228-6966.

JUNE 8 -- Bill Kirchen & Too Much Fun.

JUNE 10 -- Cindy Cain.

JUNE 12 -- (At 6:30) Cathy Ponton King.

JUNE 15 -- Second Story.

JUNE 17 -- The Alexandria Kleztet.

JUNE 22 -- Los 4 de Cordoba.

JUNE 24 -- Midnight Rodeo.

JUNE 26 -- (At 6:30) Debi Smith & Jim Robeson.

JUNE 29 -- Angie Miller.

JULY 1 -- Tom Principato.

JULY 6 -- The Bruce Middle Group.

JULY 8 -- Bottomland.

JULY 10 -- (At 6:30) Pepe Gonzales & Friends.

JULY 13 -- Dave Stryker.

JULY 15 -- Squeeze Bayou.

JULY 20 -- Colleen Shanley & Casey O'Neal.

JULY 22 -- Jah Works.

JULY 24 -- (At 6:30) The Dixie Power Trio.

JULY 27 -- Big Village.

JULY 29 -- Dave Kitchen & the Demolition.

AUG. 3 -- Jambulay Caribbean Band.

AUG. 5 -- Crotty & O'Neill.

AUG. 7 -- (At 6:30) The Grandsons.

AUG. 10 -- Vaughn Nark.

AUG. 12 -- Magpie.

AUG. 17 -- The Carl Filipiak Group.

AUG. 19 -- Lisa Moscatiello.

AUG. 21 -- (At 6:30) DaVinci's Notebook.

ELLANOR C. LAWRENCE PARK -- At 5040 Walney Rd., Centreville. These children's programs are on Saturday mornings at 10. Free. 703/631-0013 or 703/324-8680.

JUNE 12 -- Fairfax Symphony Overture Brass.

JUNE 19 -- "Old McDonald's Farm" by Bob Brown Puppets.

JUNE 26 -- Sue Trainor.

JULY 10 -- "Living Planet" by Magpie.

JULY 17 -- Fairfax Symphony Overture Strings.

JULY 24 -- "The Bug Box."

JULY 31 -- Barb Martin.

AUG. 7 -- Hoaloha.

AUG. 14 -- Fairfax Symphony Overture Woodwinds.

AUG. 21 -- Victorian Lyric Opera.

FAIR OAKS MALL -- At 11750 Lee Jackson Hwy., at the intersection of U.S. 50 and I-66, Fairfax, Thursdays at 7 except as noted. Free. 703/359-8300.

JUNE 10 -- The New Columbia Swing Orchestra.

JUNE 17 -- The Tommy Dorsey Orchestra.

JUNE 24 -- Swingtown.

JULY 8 -- (At 6) Wayman Tisdale & Nelson Rangell.

JULY 22 -- (At 6) Joyce Cooling and Special EFX with Chieli Minucci.

AUG. 12 -- The Association.

AUG. 26 -- Grass Roots.

FAIRFAX CITY HALL -- In Veterans Amphitheater, 10455 Armstrong St. (at Route 123) in Fairfax City. City of Fairfax Band ensembles perform at 8 most Thursdays through July 29 (no show June 17; the July 15 concert is a children's program at 7:30). Free. 703/385-7858 or 703/757-0220.

FORT HUNT PARK -- On the George Washington Parkway at Fort Hunt Road, about six miles south of Alexandria, Sundays at 7. Free. 703/285-2553.

JUNE 13 -- Lena & Sanford Markley.

JUNE 20 -- Skystone.

JUNE 27 -- David & Ginger Hildebrand.

JULY 11 -- The Grandsons.

JULY 18 -- Steve Hudson.

JULY 25 -- Small Potatoes.

AUG. 1 -- Traditional Chinese Instruments Orchestra.

AUG. 8 -- Hank Cramer.

AUG. 15 -- Swing Shift.

AUG. 22 -- The Country Steppers.

FORT WARD PARK -- At 4301 W. Braddock Rd., Alexandria, Thursdays. Free. 703/883-4686.

JUNE 10 -- (At 7) Donal Leace; (at 8) the Alexandria Singers.

JUNE 17 -- (At 7) Marcus & Lisa; (at 8) the Cindy Cain Trio.

JUNE 24 -- (At 7) New Mode Grass; (at 8) Patchwork Dancers.

JULY 1 -- (At 7:30) Big Jim's Superb Band.

JULY 8 -- (At 7) Rich Follett; (at 8) Seaport Sounds.

JULY 15 -- (At 7) Michael Mulvaney; (at 8) Soul Tones of Swing.

JULY 22 -- (At 7:30) Alexandria Harmonizers.

JULY 29 -- (At 7) Michael Hoover; (at 8) the Doris Justis Band.

AUG. 5 -- (At 7:30) The Village Jazz Band.

AUG. 12 -- (At 7:30) Alte Kameraden German Band.

AUG. 19 -- (At 7) "Scottish Night," with the Royal Scottish County Dance Society, Alexandria Pipes & Drums and Iona.

FRONT ROYAL VILLAGE Commons -- At Main and Chester streets in Front Royal, Fridays at 7. Free. 540/635-9909.

JUNE 11 -- The Brothers.

JUNE 25 -- Positive Vibration.

JULY 2 -- Greg Harrison.

JULY 9 -- Katy Benko.

JULY 16 -- The Pontchartain Causeway New Orleans Jazz Band.

JULY 23 -- Vocal Express.

JULY 30 -- River's Edge.

AUG. 6 -- Trinidad & Tobago Steel Band.

AUG. 13 -- Whiskey Creek.

AUG. 20 -- The Moonlighters.

AUG. 27 -- Top Cops.

GREAT FALLS VILLAGE CENTRE -- At the corner of Georgetown Pike (Route 193) and Walker Road, Great Falls, Sundays at 6. Free. 703/759-2485.

JUNE 13 -- The Grandsons.

JUNE 20 -- The Dock Dikeman Orchestra.

JUNE 27 -- Iona.

JULY 11 -- Swing Speak.

JULY 18 -- Bucket of Nuts.

AUG. 1 -- Virginia Chamber Brass.

AUG. 8 -- Ruthie & the Wranglers.

AUG. 15 -- Dunloggin Pipes & Drums.

HERNDON TOWN GREEN -- At 777 Lynn St., next to the Municipal Center in Herndon. The Friday concerts, sponsored by the Herndon Chamber of Commerce, start at 6:30; call 703/481-6133. The Thursday shows are sponsored by the Herndon Parks & Recreation Department and start at 7:30; call 703/435-6868. All free.

JUNE 10 -- Ruthie & the Wranglers.

JUNE 11 -- The Brian Jack Band.

JUNE 17 -- Air Force High Flight.

JUNE 18 -- BiggerBetterFasterMore.

JUNE 24 -- Gonzo's Nose.

JUNE 25 -- Groove Spot.

JULY 1 -- Steven Gellman.

JULY 2 -- Soul Purpose.

JULY 8 -- 3 Sense Shy.

JULY 9 -- Central Heat.

JULY 15 -- Grey Eye Glances.

JULY 16 -- BS&M.

JULY 22 -- Moonfire.

JULY 23 -- Radio Star.

JULY 29 -- Cravin' Dogs.

JULY 30 -- Gonzo's Nose.

AUG. 5 -- Jennifer Kimball.

AUG. 6 -- Right On!

AUG. 12 -- Swing Speak.

AUG. 13 -- Naked Blue.

AUG. 19 -- The Dixie Power Trio.

AUG. 20 -- Cravin' Melon.

AUG. 26 -- Big Village.

AUG. 27 -- Midnight Movers.

HUNTERS WOODS VILLAGE Center -- At 2310 Colts Neck Rd., Reston, Thursdays at 7. Free. 202/476-4500.

AUG. 5 -- Never Alone.

AUG. 12 -- Mystic Warriors.

AUG. 19 -- Squeeze Bayou.

KINGS DOMINION -- In Doswell, Va., off I-95 Exit 98, south of Fredericksburg. Except as noted, concert tickets cost $11 in addition to park admission of $33.99 for ages 7 through 54, $28.99 for ages 55 and up, $24.99 for ages 3 through 6 (younger free). Season pass-holders get discounts. For information, call 804/876-5152 or 804/876-5000; order tickets from Ticketmaster at 800/775-0278 (service charges added).

JUNE 4 -- (At 7) The Temptations and Gladys Knight.

JUNE 8 -- (At 5) "Q94 Concert for Kosovo," with Divine, Smash Mouth, Blessid Union of Souls, Bewitched, INOJ and Citizen King ($15, to benefit American Red Cross International Response Fund).

JUNE 19 -- (At 6) "BET Gospel Explosion," with John P. Kee & the New Life Fellowship Choir, Vickie Winans, Hezekiah Walker & the Love Fellowship Choir and Dr. Bobby Jones & the Nashville Super Choir.

JULY 3 -- (At 7) Britney Spears.

JULY 16 -- (At 3) "King's Fest 1999," with Jaci Valesquez, 4HIM, Bart Campolo, the Insyderz and Jars of Clay ($33.99, including park admission).

JULY 17 -- (At 5) "King's Fest 1999," with Deluxx, Channel Surfers, Plankeye, Point of Grace, Dawson McAllister, Supertones and the Newsboys ($33.99, including park admission).

AUG. 15 -- (At 7) Patti LaBelle and Chaka Khan.

SEPT. 5 -- (At 1, 4 and 7) The Beach Boys.

SEPT. 18 -- (At 7) Carman.

KINGS PARK PARK -- At Trafalgar Court and Kings Park Drive, Springfield. The Kings Park Concert Band performs June 15 at 7:30, July 4 at 3 and July 27 at 7:30. Free. 703/430-9566.

LAKE ACCOTINK PARK -- At 7500 Accotink Park Rd., Springfield, Fridays at 7:30. Free. 703/569-3464 or 703/425-9300.

JUNE 4 -- Night Music.

JUNE 11 -- John Pettley.

JUNE 18 -- National Concert Band.

JUNE 25 -- The Potomac River Jazz Club All-Star Band.

JULY 2 -- Cathy Fink & Marcy Marxer.

JULY 9 -- The LaSalle Dance Orchestra.

JULY 16 -- Annandale Brass.

JULY 23 -- Brooks Tegler's Hot Jazz.

JULY 30 -- The Kings Park Concert Band.

AUG. 6 -- The Pontchartrain Causeway New Orleans Jazz Band.

AUG. 13 -- Venus Rising.

AUG. 20 -- Federal Focus Jazz Band.

AUG. 27 -- Little Bit of Blues.

LAKE ANNE PLAZA -- At Village and North Shore drives, Reston. The Reston Community Center is presenting its concerts here at 7 on Thursdays in June. The Lake Anne Merchants Association presents these evening concerts on Sundays at 7 in July and August, and in addition presents children's programs by musicians, storytellers and clowns at 11 a.m. on most Tuesdays and Thursdays in July and August. For information about the Thursday evening concerts, call 703/476-4500; for information about other shows, call 703/709-7700 or 703/620-5554. All free.

JUNE 10 -- Uptown.

JUNE 17 -- Ritmos Latinos.

JUNE 24 -- The Alexandria Kleztet.

JULY 11 -- Interlude.

JULY 18 -- Mariachi Espinal.

JULY 25 -- The Chris Polk Band.

AUG. 1 -- The Dixielanders.

AUG. 8 -- The Randy Barrett Band.

AUG. 15 -- Chris Vadala & Friends.

AUG. 22 -- Second Story.

LAKE FAIRFAX PARK -- At 1400 Lake Fairfax Dr., Reston. These children's programs are on Saturday mornings at 10. Free. 703/471-5414 or 703/324-8680.

JUNE 12 -- "Old McDonald's Farm" by Bob Brown Puppets.

JUNE 19 -- Victorian Lyric Opera.

JUNE 26 -- Fairfax Symphony Overture Woodwinds.

JULY 10 -- Fairfax Symphony Overture Strings.

JULY 17 -- Sue Trainor.

JULY 24 -- Barb Martin.

JULY 31 -- "The Bug Box."

AUG. 7 -- Fairfax Symphony Overture Percussion.

AUG. 14 -- Fairfax Symphony Overture Brass.

AUG. 21 -- Hoaloha.

LANDMARK MALL -- At 5801 Duke St., Alexandria, Wednesdays at 6 in the Food Court. Free. 703/354-8405.

JUNE 9 -- The Moonlighters.

JUNE 16 -- Patrick Stacey.

JUNE 23 -- Jaleo.

JUNE 30 -- The Al Williams Trio.

JULY 7 -- The Bob Kaufmann Trio.

JULY 14 -- The Crystal Brass Quintet.

JULY 21 -- The Marge Calhoun Duo.

JULY 28 -- Larry Lay.

AUG. 4 -- DC Motors.

AUG. 11 -- Ronnie Smith.

AUG. 18 -- Iona.

AUG. 25 -- The Fred Hughes Trio.

SEPT. 1 -- Vocal Express.

SEPT. 8 -- Alte Kameraden.

SEPT. 15 -- The Marge Calhoun Duo.

SEPT. 22 -- Larry Lay

SEPT. 29 -- Ronnie Smith.

LOCUST SHADE PARK -- At 4701 Locust Shade Dr., off I-95 Exit 150A in Triangle, about 1 1/2 miles south of the Quantico Marine Base. These family shows are on Thursday and Sunday evenings at 7 except as noted, and some Thursday mornings. Tickets cost $3 for ages 2 and up, except as noted. 703/221-8579 or 703/792-4234.

JUNE 6 -- The Woodbridge Community Choir.

JUNE 13 -- Less Than Zero.

JUNE 17 -- (At 7:30) "A View From the Top" by the Wildlife Center of Virginia.

JUNE 20 -- Todd & the Capital Harpers.

JUNE 24 -- (At 10 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.) "Aladdin" by Bob Brown Puppets.

JUNE 27 -- The Bull Run Troubadours.

JULY 2 -- (At 7:30) "Abbra Cadabra Magic."

JULY 8 -- (At 7:30) Quantico Marine Band (free).

JULY 11 -- The Bull Run Cloggers.

JULY 15 -- (At 10 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.) "Just So Stories" by DB Puppets.

JULY 18 -- Old Bridge Chamber Orchestra.

JULY 22 -- (At 10 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.) "Peter & the Wolf" by Applause Unlimited Puppets.

JULY 25 -- "Cinderella" by the Sterling Playmakers.

JULY 29 -- (At 10 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.) "Reptile World."

AUG. 5 -- (At 7:30) Iona.

AUG. 12 -- (At 7:30) The Battersby Duo.

AUG. 19 -- (At 10 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.) "Lights Out on the Bunny Brothers" by Blue Sky Puppets.

LUBBER RUN AMPHITHEATER -- At North Columbus and North Second streets in Arlington, two blocks north of U.S. 50, at 8:30. Free. 703/228-6960 or 703/228-6966.

JUNE 18 -- All-Out Magical Puppet Theatre and Troupe Cabana.

JUNE 19 -- Arlington Dance Theatre youth companies.

JUNE 22 -- The Arlingtones.

JUNE 23 -- Potomac Harmony Chorus.

JUNE 25 -- Origem.

JUNE 26 -- "20,000 Leaks Under D.C.," satirical musical revue by Hexagon.

JUNE 28 -- The Met Singers of the Metropolitan Chorus.

JULY 2 & 3 -- "Gershwin's Blue Monday" by Opera Theatre of Northern Virginia.

JULY 9 -- Ruthie & the Wranglers.

JULY 10 -- Bowen McCauley Dance.

JULY 16 -- Children's Theatre Stage Door.

JULY 17 -- "Mr. Lincoln's Public Opinion Bath."

JULY 23 -- Jane Franklin Dance.

JULY 24 -- Moonfire.

JULY 30 -- Classic movie shorts.

JULY 31 -- DaVinci's Notebook.

AUG. 6 -- Children's Theatre Stage Door.

AUG. 7 -- "Shakespeare Sings," family variety show.

THE LYCEUM -- At 201 S. Washington St., Alexandria. Mount Vernon Chamber Orchestra soloists and ensembles present free concerts at 3 most Sundays from June 20 through Aug. 29, and on June 26, July 3 and July 17; call 703/799-8229. MetroStage presents "Pretty Fire," a one-woman play starring Cathy Simpson, June 12 & 14 at 8 and June 13 at 7, and cabaret evenings with Cindy Hutchins & Howard Breitbart, June 25 & 26. MetroStage tickets cost $15; call 703/548-9044. For general information, 703/838-4994.

MANASSAS MUSEUM -- At 9109 Prince William St., Manassas, Saturdays at 6:30. Free. 703/330-2787.

JUNE 19 -- The Prince William Chorale, the Manassas Community Chorale and the Woodbridge Community Choir.

JULY 3 -- Easy Smith & the Jazzmasters.

JULY 17 -- Top Cops.

JULY 31 -- Trinidad & Tobago Steel Band.

AUG. 14 -- Washington Scottish Pipe Band.

AUG. 28 -- Southern Horizon.

SEPT. 4 -- Quantico Marine Band.

MARKET SQUARE -- At 301 King St., Alexandria, in front of City Hall. The Alexandria Citizens Band performs on alternating Fridays at 7:30: June 4 & 18, July 9 & 23, and Aug. 6 & 20. The Alexandria Harmonizers sing Aug. 13 at 7:30. And these "Lunch Bunch" shows are on Wednesdays at 12:15. All free. 703/883-4686.

JUNE 9 -- Kirkwood Flute Ensemble.

JUNE 16 -- Lea.

JUNE 23 -- Andrew McKnight.

JUNE 30 -- The Chris Collins Dancers.

JULY 7 -- Barb Martin.

JULY 14 -- The Fairfax Saxophone Quartet.

JULY 21 -- Colleen Shanley & Casey O'Neal.

JULY 28 -- The Bobbette Show Troupe.

AUG. 4 -- The Steven Gellman Trio.

AUG. 11 -- Urban Legends.

AUG. 18 -- Venus Rising.

MASON DISTRICT PARK -- In the Newton W. Edwards Amphitheater at 6621 Columbia Pike, Annandale. Folk singers and ensembles take the stage on Fridays, orchestras and choruses on Sundays, and jazz musicians on Wednesdays, all at 7:30. And children's programs are on Saturday mornings at 10. All free. 703/941-1730 or 703/324-8680.

JUNE 4 -- Hesperus.

JUNE 6 -- Fairfax City Concert Band.

JUNE 9 -- Damon Foreman.

JUNE 11 -- The Pan American Band.

JUNE 12 -- (At 10) Victorian Lyric Opera.

JUNE 13 -- Fairfax Symphony String Quartet.

JUNE 16 -- The Royce Campbell Trio.

JUNE 18 -- The Bull Run Cloggers.

JUNE 19 -- (At 10) Fairfax Symphony Overture Percussion.

JUNE 20 -- Navy Commodores.

JUNE 23 -- Swing Speak.

JUNE 25 -- Lisa McCormick.

JUNE 26 -- (At 10) Fairfax Symphony Overture Strings.

JUNE 27 -- Fairfax Symphony Woodwind Ensemble.

JUNE 30 -- The Chris Vadala Quartet.

JULY 2 -- Alte Kameraden German Band.

JULY 4 -- Fairfax City Band.

JULY 7 -- The George Botts Trio.

JULY 9 -- The Irish Breakfast Band.

JULY 10 -- (At 10) Fairfax Symphony Overture Woodwinds.

JULY 11 -- Navy Sea Chanters.

JULY 14 -- The Vaughn Nark Quintet.

JULY 16 -- Royal Scottish Country Dance Society.

JULY 17 -- (At 10) Fairfax Symphony Overture Brass.

JULY 18 -- Fairfax Symphony Summer Band.

JULY 21 -- The Rick Whitehead Trio.

JULY 23 -- The Oklahoma Twisters.

JULY 24 -- (At 10) "Old McDonald's Farm" by Bob Brown Puppets.

JULY 25 -- Falls Church Concert Band.

JULY 28 -- Fred Hughes Jr.

JULY 30 -- Nordika.

JULY 31 -- (At 10) Bruce Hutton.

AUG. 1 -- Kings Park Concert Band.

AUG. 4 -- David Wright.

AUG. 6 -- Spanish Dance Society.

AUG. 7 -- (At 10) "The Bug Box."

AUG. 8 -- Annandale Orchestra.

AUG. 11 -- Paul Wingo.

AUG. 13 -- John Jackson.

AUG. 14 -- (At 10) Hoaloha.

AUG. 15 -- National Concert Band.

AUG. 18 -- The Paul Bollenback Trio.

AUG. 20 -- The Topkapi Dancers.

AUG. 21 -- (At 10) Sue Trainor.

AUG. 22 -- Fairfax Symphony Dixieland Band.

AUG. 25 -- Steve Abshire.

AUG. 27 -- Double Decker.

AUG. 29 -- Good Vibration Dancers.

MONTGOMERY PARK -- At Montgomery and Fairfax streets, Alexandria, Wednesdays at 7:30. Free. 703/883-4686.

JUNE 9 -- Less Than Zero.

JUNE 23 -- Blue Book Value.

JULY 7 -- Cletus Kennelly.

JULY 21 -- Mary Sue Twohy.

NETHERLANDS CARILLON -- At U.S. 50 and Route 110, next to the Iwo Jima Memorial, Arlington. Guest carillonneurs from around the world ring the big bells Saturdays at 6 through August and at 2 in September, except as noted, during the carillon's 39th annual recital series. 703/289-2530.

JUNE 5 -- Robin Austin.

JUNE 12 -- Brian Swager.

JUNE 19 -- Suzanne Magassy.

JUNE 26 & JULY 3 -- Edward Nassor.

JULY 4 -- (Sunday at 2) Edward Nassor.

JULY 10 -- Claude Aubin.

JULY 17 -- Marcel Siebers.

JULY 24 -- Ray McLellan.

JULY 31 -- Robert Grogan.

AUG. 7 -- Doug Gefert.

AUG. 14 -- Todd Fair.

AUG. 21 -- Edward Nassor.

AUG. 28 -- Gideon Bodden.

SEPT. 4 -- Edward Nassor.

SEPT. 6 -- (Monday) Edward Nassor.

SEPT. 11 -- Lawrence Robinson.

SEPT. 18 -- James Smith.

SEPT. 25 -- Donald R. Traser.

NISSAN PAVILION AT STONE Ridge -- At 7800 Cellar Door Dr., off Wellington Road, outside Manassas (from the Beltway, take I-66 west to Exits 43B or 44) and follow signs. Most seats inside the pavilion cost about $25 to $70, depending on the show and seat location, and most lawn tickets range from about $15 to $30. Ticket prices include parking. For tickets, call Ticketmaster, 202/432-7328 or 703/573-7328; for taped concert information, call 703/754-1288 or 800/455-8999; for general information, call 703/754-6400.

JUNE 4 -- (At 11 a.m.) "Ozzfest '99," with Black Sabbath, Rob Zombie, the Deftones, Slayer, Primus, Godsmack, System of a Down, Fear Factory, Puya, Slipknot, Hed Pe, Flashpoint, Pushmonkey, Drain, Apartment 26 and Static X.

JUNE 10 & 12 -- (At 8) Jimmy Buffett & the Coral Reefer Band.

JUNE 25 -- (At 7:30) Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers.

JUNE 26 -- (Time to be announced) "Summerfest '99," with Randy Travis, Deana Carter, the Kinleys, Brad Paisley and others.

JULY 5 -- (At 8) The J. Geils Band.

JULY 9 -- (At 6) Poison, Ratt, Great White and L.A. Guns.

JULY 11 -- (At 7:30) Cher and Cyndi Lauper.

JULY 13 -- (At 7) Journey and Foreigner.

JULY 16 -- (At 7:30) Paul Simon and Bob Dylan.

JULY 17 -- (At 7:30) Chicago and the Doobie Brothers.

JULY 23 -- (At 8) The Steve Miller Band and George Thorogood & the Destroyers.

JULY 28 -- (At 7:30) 'N Sync, Jordan Knight and Five.

AUG. 1 -- (At 7) The Dave Matthews Band.

AUG. 6 -- (At 8) Barry Manilow.

AUG. 19 -- (At 8) The Cranberries and Collective Soul.

AUG. 21 -- (at 5) "All That Music & More Festival," with 98 Degrees, Monica, Tatyana Ali, 3rd Storee, No Authority and others.

NORTHERN VIRGINIA 4-H CENTER -- At 600 4-H Center Dr., on Route 522 two miles south of Front Royal, at 7. Free. 540/635-9909.

JUNE 20 -- The Starlite Octette.

AUG. 27 -- Quantico Marine Concert Band.

OAK MARR RECREATION CENTER -- At 3200 Jermantown Rd., Oakton. Fairfax Symphony ensembles perform children's programs at noon July 19 and Aug. 16. Free. 703/642-7200 or 703/281-0080.

POTOMAC CELTIC FESTIVAL -- At Morven Park International Equestrian Center, on U.S. 15 at Tutt Lane one mile north of Leesburg, June 12 & 13 from 10 to 6. Entertainers on nine stages at this sixth annual celebration of the cultures of all Celtic nations include Tommy Makem, the Tannahill Weavers, Iona, Nolwenn Monjarret and the Poor Clares. Admission at the gate $12, ages 6 to 12 $6, younger free; advance purchase and family package discounts. 800/752-6118 or 703/777-0099.

POTOMAC OVERLOOK REGIONAL Park -- At 2845 N. Marcey Rd., Arlington, Saturdays at 7. $5 donation requested. 703/528-5406.

JUNE 12 -- Randy Barrett.

JUNE 26 -- The Gail Bear Trio.

JULY 10 -- Laurie Rose Griffith & Peter Mealy.

JULY 24 -- Country Haze.

AUG. 7 -- Michael Mulvaney & Randy Latimer.

AUG. 21 -- The Moonlighters.

SEPT. 4 -- Barb Martin.

SEPT. 18 -- Marge Calhoun.

RESTON "CONCERTS ON THE Town" -- At Reston Town Center, Reston Parkway and New Dominion Drive, Reston, Saturdays at 7:30. Free. 703/866-5373.

JUNE 5 -- The Fabulous Cruisers.

JUNE 12 -- The Image Band.

JUNE 19 -- Air Force High Flight.

JUNE 26 -- Signorello & the New York City Lights.

JULY 3 -- The Kennedys and the Sean Fleming Band.

JULY 10 -- Navy Commodores.

JULY 17 -- Tom Paxton and the Burns Sisters.

JULY 24 -- Nathan & the Zydeco Cha Chas.

JULY 31 -- Mambo Combo and Mectapus.

AUG. 7 -- Big Dave & the Ultrasonics.

AUG. 14 -- The Charlie Byrd Trio and the Ron Holloway Quartet.

AUG. 21 -- Mahala and Baaba Seth.

AUG. 28 -- Crotty & O'Neill and Air Force Airmen of Note.

RESTON TOWN CENTER -- At Reston Parkway and Market Street, Reston. WGMS-FM presents light classical programs Thursdays at 7:30 through June, and the Reston Community Center presents its series Thursdays at 7 in July. Call 800/368-8696 about the June concerts, 703/476-4500 about the July shows.

JUNE 10 -- Glenn Pearson & the Cameron Strings Orchestra.

JUNE 17 -- The City of Fairfax Band.

JUNE 24 -- The Fairfax Symphony Orchestra Brass Ensemble.

JULY 1 -- Sassparilla.

JULY 8 -- The Grandsons.

JULY 15 -- The Miles Stiebel Orchestra.

JULY 22 -- Oasis.

JULY 29 -- The Cathy Ponton King Band.

RIVERBEND PARK -- At 8700 Potomac Hills St., Great Falls. Fairfax Symphony ensembles perform at 6 June 26, July 10 and Aug. 28. Free. 703/642-7200 or 703/759-9018.

ROYAL LAKE PARK -- At 5344 Gainsborough Dr., Fairfax, Fridays at 7:30. Free. 703/425-9300 or 703/324-8680.

JUNE 4 -- Paul Hadfield.

JUNE 11 -- Fairfax City Band Rebel Run Dixieland Band.

JUNE 18 -- The Sunshine Skiffle Band.

JUNE 25 -- Swing Speak.

JULY 1 -- The Federal Jazz Commission.

JULY 9 -- The Fairfax Symphony Summer Band.

JULY 16 -- The Beall Street Seven.

JULY 23 -- Soda Bread.

JULY 30 -- The New Columbia Swing Orchestra.

AUG. 6 -- Colleen Shanley & Casey O'Neal.

AUG. 13 -- The Buck Creek Jazz Band.

AUG. 20 -- Bulgarian Dance Troupe.

AUG. 27 -- Hot Mustard.

SHENANDOAH VALLEY BACH Festival -- On the campus of Eastern Mennonite University in Harrisonburg, June 13 through 20. Orchestral and chamber concerts, films, exhibits and related activities. For schedules and tickets, call 540/432-4367.

SHENANDOAH VALLEY MUSIC Festival -- On the grounds of the old Orkney Springs Hotel, now part of the Shrine Mont Retreat and Conference Center, in Orkney Springs, on Route 263 near I-81 Exit 273, west of Mount Jackson. Tickets for these evening concerts, at 8 except as noted, cost $15 to $18 in the pavilion, $12 on the lawn for adults, $8 (lawn) for students and $5 (lawn) for children under 12. This 37th annual festival is also presenting children's shows July 24 & 31 at 2; they cost $5 for adults and are free for children and students. 800/459-3396 or 540/459-3396.

JULY 23 & 24 -- Fairfax Symphony Orchestra.

JULY 30 & 31 -- Fairfax Symphony Orchestra.

AUG. 13 -- The Dukes of Dixieland.

AUG. 14 -- (At 6) Sol y Canto.

SEPT. 4 -- (At 6) Janis Ian and Susan Werner and Paul Reisler & Leslie Ritter.

SEPT. 5 -- (At 7) The Tom Cunningham Orchestra.

SPICE OF LIFE PLAZA -- At 1401 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, Wednesdays at noon. Free. 703/228-6960 or 703/228-6966.

JUNE 9 -- Mojo Nya.

JUNE 16 -- Los 4 de Cordoba.

STUART PARK -- At North Fairfax and Stuart Streets, Arlington, Fridays at noon. Free. 703/228-6960 or 703/228-6966.

JUNE 4 -- Barb Martin.

JUNE 11 -- Potomack Flutes.

JUNE 18 -- Michael Mulvaney.

JUNE 23 -- Mary Ann Redmond & Mike Ault.

JUNE 30 -- Steve Wolf & Mac Walter.

SULLY HISTORIC SITE -- At 3601 Sully Rd., Chantilly, about a quarter-mile north of U.S. 50. Fairfax Symphony ensembles perform at the restored 1794 mansion June 20 at 2 and Sept. 12 at 11. Park admission is $4, students $3, seniors and ages 5 to 15 $2. 703/642-7200 or 703/437-1794.

U.S. MARINE CORPS "Sunset Parade" -- At the Marine Corps War Memorial (the Iwo Jima Memorial), on U.S. 50 next to Arlington Cemetery. The Marine Drum & Bugle Corps, Silent Drill Team and marching units stage a colorful full-dress parade Tuesdays at 7 through Aug. 31. Free, no reservations required. (Paid parking is available at Arlington Cemetery Visitors Center, with free shuttles to the memorial.) 202/433-6060.

VIENNA COMMUNITY CENTER -- At 120 Cherry St. SE, Vienna. The Vienna Community Band performs on June 20 at 7, July 4 at 8 and July 25 at 7. Free. 703/255-6360.

VILLAGE AT SHIRLINGTON -- At 2700 S. Quincy St., Arlington. Free. 301/998-8100.

JUNE 18 -- (At 5:30) Dixie Flyer.

JULY 1 -- (At noon) Mystic Warriors.

JULY 15 -- (At 5:30) Squeeze Bayou.

AUG. 5 -- (At noon) David Zepherine.

WOLF TRAP PARK -- In the Filene Center, at 1551 Trap Rd., Vienna. From the Beltway, I-66 or Route 7, take the Dulles Toll Road (Route 267) west to Exit 15, or follow Route 7 about 2 1/2 miles west of Tysons Corner and turn left at Towlston Road (watch for the signs). Gates open 1 1/2 hours before evening shows, one hour before festival matinees. Parking is free, but often tight. Metro operates shuttle buses between the West Falls Church Metro station and the Filene Center on performance days (remember that the last bus leaves no later than 11 p.m., no matter what, to make subway connections). Round-trip fare is $3.50; for shuttle information, call 202/637-7000 (TDD: 202/638-3780).

Most lawn tickets cost $7 to $20, depending on the show, and reserved seats inside the Filene Center range from $16 to $55, depending on the show and seat location ("Riverdance" tops out at $70). Except as noted, performances start at 8. For information, call 703/255-1860; to buy tickets, call ProTix at 703/218-6500, 410/481-6500 or 800/955-5566.

JUNE 4 & 5 -- "HMS Pinafore" by the New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players.

JUNE 6 -- (At 2) "Louisiana Swamp Romp," with Dr. John, Boozoo Chavis & the Magic Sounds, Beau Jocque & the Zydeco Hi-Rollers and Geno Delafose & French Rockin' Boogie.

JUNE 8 -- (At 8:30) Ballet Hispanico.

JUNE 9 -- The Smothers Brothers and the Kingston Trio.

JUNE 10 -- Chris Isaak.

JUNE 11 -- Judy Collins.

JUNE 12 -- Michael Feinstein and Linda Eder.

JUNE 13 -- Michael W. Smith and Burlap to Cashmere.

JUNE 14 -- (At 7) Ani DiFranco and Maceo Parker.

JUNE 15 -- (At 8:15) The Philadelphia Orchestra, conducted by James DePriest with violinist Nadja Salerno-Sonnenberg in Bruch's Violin Concerto in G Minor and Brahms's Symphony No. 1.

JUNE 16 -- Seal and Joan Jones.

JUNE 17 -- (At 8:15) The National Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Bobby McFerrin with the Morgan State University Choir in "Porgy & Bess."

JUNE 18 -- (At 8:15) The National Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Bobby McFerrin with pianist Chick Corea in works by Prokofiev, Mozart and Mendelssohn.

JUNE 19 -- (At 8:15) The National Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Takao Kanayama with violinist Leila Josefowicz in Tchaikovsky's "1812" Overture with cannons, Mussorgsky's "Night on Bald Mountain" and Kabalevsky's "Colas Breugnon" Overture.

JUNE 21 -- (At 8:30) Grupo Corpo.

JUNE 22 -- Aretha Franklin and William Troxler.

JUNE 23 -- Elvis Costello and Steve Nieve.

JUNE 24 -- Boney James and Keiko Matsui.

JUNE 25 -- (At 7) The Tito Puente Latin Jazz Ensemble, the Poncho Sanchez Band and Viento de Agua.

JUNE 26 -- (At 7) Buddy Guy, Jimmy Vaughan and Shemekia Copeland.

JUNE 27 -- (At 1) "Jazz & Blues Festival Matinee," with the Preservation Hall Jazz Band; Bernard Alison; John Mooney & Bluesiana; Henry Butler; the Danilo Perez Trio; the Jimmy Heath Quartet; the David Sanchez Quintet; Loston Harris; Teri Thornton; and the Muddy Waters Tribute Band with Pinetop Perkins, Luther "Guitar Jr." Johnson, Bob Margolin, Jerry Portnoy, Calvin Jones & Willie Smith.

JUNE 29 -- (At 8:30) The Joffrey Ballet.

JUNE 30 -- (At 8:15) Nanci Griffith with the National Symphony Orchestra conducted by Anthony Aibel.

JULY 1 -- Sarah Brightman.

JULY 2 -- Everything and Cowboy Mouth.

JULY 3 -- (At 5:45) "A Prairie Home Companion" with Garrison Keillor (live radio broadcast).

JULY 7 -- Manhattan Transfer and Vonda Shepard.

JULY 8 -- (At 8:15) The National Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Erich Kunzel in a pops program.

JULY 9 -- (At 8:15) The National Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Michael Barrett with Wolf Trap Opera Company vocalists in music by Leonard Bernstein.

JULY 10 -- (At 8:30) The National Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Takao Kanayama in Holst's "The Planets," accompanying NASA film footage on indoor and outdoor screens.

JULY 11 -- Wynonna and Radney Foster.

JULY 13-18 -- (At 8, and at 2 July 17 & 18) "Evita."

JULY 19 -- The Neville Brothers and Little Feat.

JULY 20 & 21 -- (At 7) The Temptations, the Four Tops and the Marvelettes.

JULY 22 -- (At 8:15) The National Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Leonard Slatkin with mezzo-soprano Frederica von Stade and baritone Frank Hernandez in works by Wagner, Mozart, Mahler, Corigliano, Faure and Danielpour.

JULY 23 -- (At 8:15) The National Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Leonard Slatkin with pianist Alicia de Larrocha in Rossini's "William Tell" Overture, Mozart's Concerto No. 19 for Piano & Orchestra, and Berlioz's "Symhonie fantastique."

JULY 24 -- (At 8:15) The National Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Leonard Slatkin with the Cathedral Choral Society in Beethoven's Symphony No. 9 and "Leonore" Overture No. 3.

JULY 27 -- (At 8:15) The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Yuri Temirkanov with pianist Horacio Gutierrez in Rachmaninoff's Piano Concerto No. 3 and Prokoviev's Symphony No. 5.

JULY 28 -- Alabina, Ishtar, Los Ninos de Sara and Bio Ritmo.

JULY 29 -- Faith Hill and Jessica Andrews.

JULY 30 -- Huey Lewis & the News and Box Set.

JULY 31 -- Cowboy Junkies and David Wilcox.

AUG. 1 -- Tony Bennett and Diana Krall.

AUG. 2 -- (At 8:30) Hubbard Street Dance Chicago.

AUG. 3 -- Kathy Mattea and Collin Raye.

AUG. 4 -- (At 8:30) The National Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Anthony Aibel in a program of Duke Ellington classics accompanied by slide images.

AUG. 5 -- Lyle Lovett & His Large Band and Keb' Mo'.

AUG. 6 & 7 -- Peter, Paul & Mary.

AUG. 8 -- Ray Charles and Saffire -- The Uppity Blues Women.

AUG. 9 -- Natalie Cole.

AUG. 12 -- Shawn Colvin and Steve Earle.

AUG. 13 -- Vince Gill and Jo Dee Messina.

AUG. 14 -- (At 8:15) The Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra, conducted by Keith Lockhart in a pops program.

AUG. 18 -- Dwight Yoakam.

AUG. 19 & 21 -- Mozart's "The Magic Flute" by the Wolf Trap Opera Company.

AUG. 20 -- Jonny Lang and the Robert Cray Band featuring the Memphis Horns.

AUG. 22 -- (At 7) Al Jarreau with Dave Koz and Chris Botti.

AUG. 25-29 -- (At 8, and at 2 Aug. 26, 28 & 29) "Riverdance: The Show."

AUG. 31-SEPT. 5 -- (At 8, and at 2 Sept. 4 & 5) "Rent."

SEPT. 7 & 8 -- The Gipsy Kings.

SEPT. 9 -- (At 6) "Blues Music Festival '99," with B.B. King, Kenny Wayne Shepherd, Tower of Power and Indigenous.

SEPT. 11 -- John Tesh.

SEPT. 18 & 19 -- (From 10 to 4:30) The International Children's Festival.

AND AT THE BARNS OF WOLF TRAP: At 1635 Trap Rd., Vienna, across the Dulles Toll Road from the Filene Center. The 350-seat Barns is dark until October except for these performances by the Wolf Trap Opera Company: Mozart's "Idomeneo" (in Italian), June 25 at 8, June 27 at 2 and June 29 at 8; Stravinsky's "The Rake's Progress" (in English), July 21 & 23 at 8, July 25 at 2 and July 27 at 8; and two recitals by Filene Young Artists, June 26 and July 30 at 8. Tickets for the opera productions cost $45, and for the recitals $18; order from ProTix, 703/218-6500, 410/481-6500 or 800/955-5566. For information, call 703/255-1860 or 703/938-2404.

CAPTION: Paul Simon will be touring for the first time in eight years.

CAPTION: The Bill Berry-less R.E.M. will play Merriweather Post Pavilion.

CAPTION: Ozzy and company are back for the headbangin' Ozzfest at Nissan Pavilion.

CAPTION: Coming to Merriweather Post: Tori Amos is on a tour sponsored by MP3.

CAPTION: Dave Matthews Band will play Nissan Pavilion.

CAPTION: Vince Gill is among many country acts lined up to play Wolf Trap.

CAPTION: Always a crowd pleaser, Shawn Colvin plays Wolf Trap.

CAPTION: Catch Kathy Mattea, along with Collin Raye, Aug. 3 at Wolf Trap.