ALEXANDRIA RED CROSS Festival -- At Oronoco Bay Park, on North Union Street at the Potomac in Alexandria, June 18-20. The 23rd annual festival, a benefit for the Alexandria chapter of the American Red Cross, includes music on multiple stages, tours of three tall ships, children's activities, amusement rides, a crafts fair, health and safety exhibits, and a fireworks show June 19. Mainstage headliners include "The International Rock Show" June 18, with Joe Molland of Badfinger, Chris Slade of AC/DC and others, and "Superstar Voices of Classic Rock," June 19 with Pete Rivera of Rare Earth, Alex Ligertwood of Santana and others. Adult admission at the gate is $15 June 18, $7 June 19 between 10 and 6 and $15 after 6, and $7 all day June 20; ages 2 through 12 $5 at all times (younger children free). 703-549-8300 or visit www.waterfrontfestival.org.

ALEXANDRIA WATERFRONT PARK -- On the Potomac between King and Prince streets, Alexandria, Mondays at 7. Free. 703-883-4686.

JULY 12 -- The Irish Breakfast Band.

JULY 19 -- Smoke & Mirrors.

JULY 26 -- Midnight Flyer.

ARLINGTON COURTHOUSE PLAZA -- At 2100 Clarendon Blvd., Arlington, Wednesdays at 6:30. Free. 703-228-1850 or 703-228-6966.

JUNE 9 -- The Lisa Moscatiello Band.

JUNE 16 -- Honky Tonk Confidential.

ASH LAWN OPERA FESTIVAL -- At the home of President James Monroe, now a museum, on James Monroe Parkway near Interstate 64 and Route 250, outside Charlottesville. The 26th annual festival, from July 6 through Aug. 15, includes evening concerts, Saturday morning children's entertainers, a lecture series and fully staged productions of Rossini's "The Barber of Seville" and Strouse's Broadway musical "Annie." Opera tickets cost $24 on Saturdays, $22 on other days. Concerts cost $12. Students and seniors get discounts. The children's shows cost $5. For schedules and tickets, call 434-979-0122 or 434-293-4500, or visit www.ashlawnopera.org.

BEN BRENMAN PARK -- At 4800 Duke St., Alexandria, Wednesdays at 7. Free. 703-883-4686.

JULY 7 -- J.C. & the Hepcats.

JULY 28 -- Second Story.

BLUEMONT CONCERT SERIES -- Now in its 23rd season, the Bluemont Concert Series is presenting outdoor folk and pop concerts at 10 Northern Virginia sites. Admission is $5. These schedules are tentative. For information and updates about all sites, call 703-777- 6306, or visit www.bluemont.org.

COLONIAL BEACH -- At the Town Green, Colonial and Washington avenues, Colonial Beach, Saturdays at 7.

JUNE 12 -- Northern Virginia Collegiate Band.

AUG. 28 -- The Dixie Power Trio with Anthony Campbell.

SEPT. 13 -- Jambulay.

SEPT. 25 -- Magpie.

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

JULY 9 -- The Biscuit Burners.

JULY 16 -- King Teddy.

JULY 23 -- The Legendary Orioles.

JULY 30 -- John McCutcheon.

AUG. 6 -- The Carter Family Band.

AUG. 13 -- Jambulay.

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

JUNE 26 -- Trout Fishing in America.

JULY 3 -- The Carters.

JULY 10 -- The Avant Gardeners.

JULY 17 -- The Chris Norman Ensemble.

JULY 24 -- Last Train Home.

JULY 31 -- Orquesta la Romana.

AUG. 7 -- The Bluehouse.

AUG. 14 -- The Dixie Power Trio with Anthony Campbell.

AUG. 21 -- The Junkyard Saints.

AUG. 28 -- The Daryl Davis Band.

HAYMARKET -- On the Pace West School lawn, 14550 John Marshall Hwy., Haymarket, Saturdays at 7:30.

JUNE 19 -- Jambulay.

JULY 17 -- Charlie Waller & the Country Gentlemen.

AUG. 21 -- Bill Wellington & Paul Hadfield.

LEESBURG -- On the old Loudoun County Courthouse lawn, Market and King streets, Leesburg, Sundays at 7.

JUNE 20 -- Almost Recess.

JUNE 27 -- The Daryl Davis Band.

JULY 11 -- The Avant Gardeners.

JULY 18 -- The Chris Norman Ensemble.

JULY 25 -- The Pan Masters.

AUG. 1 -- Robin & Linda Williams.

AUG. 8 -- The Bluehouse.

AUG. 15 -- Solazo.

AUG. 22 -- The Junkyard Saints.

AUG. 29 -- Mambo Combo.

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

JULY 10 -- The Biscuit Burners.

JULY 17 -- Masterson & Blackburn.

JULY 24 -- Jambulay.

JULY 31 -- The Avant Gardeners.

AUG. 7 -- The Carter Family Band.

MIDDLEBURG -- On South Madison Street in Middleburg, Saturdays at 7:30.

JULY 3 -- The Bogwanderers.

JULY 10 -- The Mark Newton Band.

JULY 17 -- Mambo Combo.

JULY 24 -- Bill Wellington.

JULY 31 -- The Mary Ann Redmond Band.

STAFFORD -- On the lawn of the Stafford County Courthouse, 1300 Courthouse Rd., Stafford, Fridays at 7:30.

JUNE 11 -- Jambulay.

JUNE 25 -- The Daryl Davis Band.

JULY 9 -- The Mark Newton Band.

JULY 23 -- World Jam Club.

AUG. 13 -- The Kusun Ensemble.

AUG. 27 -- Wellington, Hickman & Devine.

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

JUNE 19 -- Almost Recess.

JUNE 26 -- The Mary Ann Redmond Band.

JULY 3 -- Quintango.

JULY 10 -- Charlie Waller & the Country Gentlemen.

JULY 17 -- John McCutcheon.

JULY 24 -- The Pan Masters.

JULY 31 -- Bluesworks.

AUG. 7 -- The Hula Monsters.

AUG. 14 -- The Kusun Ensemble.

AUG. 21 -- The Dixie Power Trio.

WINCHESTER -- On the lawn of the old Frederick County Courthouse in the Loudoun Street mall, Winchester, Fridays at 7:30.

JUNE 18 -- Almost Recess.

JUNE 25 -- Trout Fishing in America.

JULY 2 -- The Martinsburg Jazz Orchestra.

JULY 9 -- Charlie Waller & the Country Gentlemen.

JULY 16 -- The Chris Norman Ensemble.

JULY 23 -- The Pan Masters.

JULY 30 -- The Legendary Orioles.

AUG. 6 -- The Bluehouse.

AUG. 13 -- Wellington, Hickman & Devine.

AUG. 20 -- The Daryl Davis Band.

BURKE LAKE PARK -- At 7315 Ox Rd., Fairfax Station. Free children's shows Saturday mornings at 10. 703-323-6601 or 703-324-8680.

JUNE 12 -- Fairfax Symphony String Quartet.

JUNE 19 -- The Goodlife Theater.

JUNE 26 -- Fairfax Symphony Woodwind Quartet.

JULY 10 -- Bob Brown Puppets.

JULY 17 -- Fairfax Symphony Brass Quintet.

JULY 24 -- Blue Sky Puppet Theater.

AUG. 7 -- Fairfax Symphony Percussion Duo.

AUG. 14 -- Carousel Puppets.

AUG. 21 -- Kaydee Puppets.

"CELEBRATE FAIRFAX" -- Outdoors at the Fairfax County Government Center, 12000 Government Center Pkwy., Fairfax. Dozens of entertainers perform on nine stages June 11 from 6 to midnight, June 12 from 10 a.m. to midnight and June 13 from 10 to 6. Headliners include Vertical Horizon, Presidents of the United States of America, the Pat McGee Band and the Charlie Daniels Band. Admission is $10 per day, seniors $8, ages 3 through 10 $4 (younger free). 703-324-3247 or www.celebratefairfax.com.

CHERRY HILL PARK -- Adjacent to City Hall, 300 Park Ave., Falls Church, Thursdays at 7. Free. 703-532-0884.

JUNE 24 -- Jamey Turner and the Falls Church Swing Ensemble.

JULY 1 -- The Falls Church and Tacoma (Wash.) concert bands.

JULY 8 -- The Mike Thornton Band.

JULY 5 -- Andrew Acosta & the New Old Time Pickers.

JULY 22 -- The Jackson Street Blues Band.

JULY 29 -- The Imani/Pepe Gonzales Band.

AUG. 5 -- Randy Barrett & the Barrettones.

COLVIN RUN MILL -- At 10017 Colvin Run Rd., off Route 7, in Great Falls. Fairfax Symphony Orchestra ensembles perform July 15 at 2. Free. 703-642-7200 or 703-759-2771.

CRYSTAL CITY WATER PARK -- On South Crystal Drive at 18th Street, Arlington, Wednesday at 11:30. Free. 703-228-1850 or 703-228-6966.

JUNE 9 -- Second Story.

CRYSTAL PARK 2 -- At 2200 S. Crystal Dr., Arlington, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 11:45 and Fridays at 5. Free. 703-228-1850 or 703-228-6966.

SEPT. 7 -- The Grandsons.

SEPT. 9 -- Washington Saxophone Quartet.

SEPT. 14 -- Mystic Warriors.

SEPT. 16 -- DKGB.

SEPT. 17 -- To be announced.

SEPT. 24 -- Bill Kirchen & Too Much Fun.

OCT. 1 -- Deanna Bogart.

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

JUNE 12 -- The Goodlife Theater.

JUNE 19 -- Fairfax Symphony Woodwind Quartet.

JUNE 26 -- Bob Brown Puppets.

JULY 10 -- Fairfax Symphony String Quartet.

JULY 17 -- Carousel Puppets.

JULY 24 -- Fairfax Symphony Percussion Duo.

AUG. 7 -- Pirate Jack.

AUG. 14 -- Kaydee Puppets.

AUG. 21 -- Fairfax Symphony Brass Quintet.

FAIRFAX CITY HALL -- In Veterans Amphitheater, 10455 Armstrong St. (at Route 123) in Fairfax. The City of Fairfax Band and its small ensembles perform Thursdays at 8 through July 29 (the July 15 concert is a children's show starting 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. 703-289-2500.

JUNE 13 -- Steve Hudson.

JUNE 20 -- Doc's Big Band.

JUNE 27 -- Johnny & the Headhunters.

JULY 11 -- Peter Mealy & Laurie Rose Griffith.

JULY 18 -- Melanie Mason.

JULY 25 -- Navy Cruisers.

AUG. 1 -- Jerry Bresee.

AUG. 8 -- The C-Shells.

AUG. 15 -- The Dave Kline Band.

FORT WARD PARK -- At 4301 W. Braddock Rd., Alexandria, Thursdays at 7 except as noted. Free. 703-883-4686.

JUNE 13 -- (Sunday at 4) Jane Franklin Dance.

JULY 15 -- (At 7:30) The Alexandria Citizens Band.

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

JULY 29 -- Liz Briones.

AUG. 5 -- Fan Fan.

AUG. 12 -- "All Scottish Night."

FREEMAN HOUSE -- At 131 Church St. NE, Vienna. The Vienna Community Center presents three free concerts Fridays at 6:30. 703-255-6360.

JUNE 4 -- Nightwork.

JULY 23 -- Annapolis Bluegrass Connection.

SEPT. 10 -- Vienna Community Band Saxophone Quartet.

GATEWAY PARK -- At Lee Highway and North Lynn Street, Arlington. The Joey DeFrancesco Trio headlines the 14th annual Rosslyn Jazz Festival Sept. 4 from 1 to 6. Free. 703-228-1850 or 703-228-6966.

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 20 -- The Cravin' Dogs.

JUNE 27 -- Iona.

JULY 11 -- Cartoon Johnny and Mark & Geoff.

JULY 18 -- Swing Speak.

JULY 25 -- The Oxymorons.

AUG. 1 -- The Difficult Run Jazz Band.

GREEN SPRING GARDENS -- At 4603 Green Spring Rd., Alexandria. Fairfax Symphony Orchestra ensembles perform June 23 and July 14 at 7. Free. 703-642-5173 or 703-324-8680.

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

JUNE 10 -- Exit 245.

JUNE 11 -- Mr. Greengenes.

JUNE 17 -- The Cravin' Dogs.

JUNE 18 -- The B2B Band.

JUNE 24 -- Al Williams & Friends.

JUNE 25 -- Burnt Sienna and Sam's House.

JULY 1 -- The Dixie Power Trio.

JULY 2 -- Jerx and Hot Buttered Elvis.

JULY 8 -- Shane Hines.

JULY 9 -- Dada and LRS.

JULY 15 -- Snoozebox.

JULY 16 -- Right Foot Red.

JULY 22 -- Fools & Horses.

JULY 23 -- Fighting Gravity and Laughing Colors.

JULY 29 -- Navy Sea Chanters.

JULY 30 -- Gonzo's Nose.

AUG. 5 -- Catfish Hodge.

AUG. 6 -- BS&M and the Plunge.

AUG. 12 -- Navy Country Current.

AUG. 13 -- Junkfood and Breaking Form.

AUG. 19 -- Army Blues.

AUG. 26 -- Naval Academy Electric Brigade.

AUG. 27 -- Jah Works and Soldiers of Jah.

HUNTERS WOODS VILLAGE Center -- At 2310 Colts Neck Rd., Reston. The Reston Community Center presents its free pop series here in August, Thursdays at 7. 703-476-4500.

AUG. 5 -- Gypsy Strings.

AUG. 12 -- Mariachi Feliz.

KINGSTOWNE TOWNE CENTER -- At 5955 Kingstowne Blvd., Franconia, Fridays at 7:30. Free. 703-971-6262 or 703-425-9300.

JUNE 4 -- Squeeze Bayou.

JUNE 11 -- Nothin' Fancy.

JUNE 18 -- Pablo Antonio y La Firma.

JUNE 25 -- Saffire, the Uppity Blues Women.

JULY 2 -- Navy Commodores.

JULY 9 -- Lil' Malcolm & the Zydeco House Rockers.

JULY 16 -- The Hula Monsters.

JULY 23 -- The Sultans of Swing.

JULY 30 -- The Pan Masters Steel Orchestra.

AUG. 6 -- Annandale Brass Ensemble.

AUG. 13 -- Jinny Marsha's Hot Kugel Klezmer Band.

AUG. 20 -- The Continentals.

AUG. 27 -- Ruthie & the Wranglers.

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

JUNE 4 -- The Chromatics.

JUNE 11 -- National Concert Band.

JUNE 18 -- Swing Shift.

JUNE 25 -- City of Fairfax Concert Band.

JULY 2 -- The King's Combo.

JULY 9 -- The David Bach Consort.

JULY 16 -- Fairfax Symphony Summer Band.

JULY 23 -- Washington Toho Koto Society.

JULY 30 -- Annandale Orchestra.

AUG. 6 -- The Grandsons.

AUG. 13 -- Zydeco Crayz.

AUG. 20 -- Navy Sea Chanters.

AUG. 27 -- Alte Kameraden German Band.

LAKE ANNE PLAZA -- At Village and North Shore drives, Reston. The Reston Community Center is presenting its free pop series here in June, Thursdays at 7. 703-476-4500.

JUNE 10 -- Mystic Warriors.

JUNE 17 -- The Corvairs.

JUNE 24 -- Yvonne Johnson.

LAKE FAIRFAX PARK -- At 1400 Lake Fairfax Dr., Reston. Free children's shows Saturday mornings at 10. 703-471-5415 or 703-324-8680.

JUNE 12 -- Bob Brown Puppets.

JUNE 19 -- Fairfax Symphony String Quartet.

JUNE 26 -- Carousel Puppets.

JULY 10 -- Fairfax Symphony Woodwind Quartet.

JULY 17 -- Pirate Jack.

JULY 24 -- Kaydee Puppets.

AUG. 7 -- Fairfax Symphony Brass Quintet.

AUG. 14 -- Fairfax Symphony Percussion Duo.

AUG. 21 -- The Goodlife Theater.

LEE DISTRICT PARK -- At 6601 Telegraph Rd., Franconia, Wednesdays at 7:30. Free. 703-971-9841 or 703-324-8680.

JUNE 9 -- The Seldom Scene.

JUNE 16 -- Cabaret Sauvignon.

JUNE 23 -- Honky Tonk Confidential.

JUNE 30 -- Quintango.

JULY 7 -- Nathan & the Zydeco Cha Chas.

JULY 14 -- The Irish Breakfast Band.

JULY 21 -- Lox & Vodka.

JULY 28 -- Russikye Musikanti.

AUG. 4 -- Little Bit of Blues.

AUG. 11 -- The Radio King Orchestra.

AUG. 18 -- Harmony Heritage Singers.

AUG. 25 -- The Trinidad & Tobago Steel Band.

LUBBER RUN AMPHITHEATER -- At North Columbus and North Second streets, Arlington, two blocks north of U.S. 50, at 8 except as noted. Free. 703-228-1850 or 703-228-6966.

JUNE 12 -- Bowen McCauley Dance.

JUNE 13 -- Center Dance Company.

JUNE 14 -- The Metropolitan Chorus.

JUNE 15 -- The Arlingtones.

JUNE 16 -- Potomac Harmony Chorus.

JUNE 19 -- Jane Franklin Dance.

JUNE 20 -- (At 2) Multicultural Dance Festival.

JUNE 26 -- Ruthie & the Wranglers.

JULY 3 -- The Fuzz Band.

JULY 10 -- "Wee Puns of Mass Distraction" by Hexagon.

JULY 12 -- "Romeo and Juliet" by the Olney Theatre Center.

JULY 17 -- National Concert Band.

JULY 22 -- Encore Stage & Studio.

JULY 24 -- The Tone Rangers.

AUG. 7 -- Cambodian American Heritage Dancers & Musicians.

THE LYCEUM -- At 201 S. Washington St., Alexandria. The Mount Vernon Chamber Orchestra presents free concerts by soloists and ensembles most Sundays at 3 from June 20 through Sept. 5. 703-799-8229 or 703-838-4994.

MANASSAS MUSEUM -- On the lawn at 9101 Prince William St., Manassas, Saturdays at 6:30. Free. 703-330-2787.

JUNE 19 -- Alte Kameraden German Band.

JULY 17 -- Helaine Fontaine & the All-Stars.

JULY 31 -- Miguel Botafogo & Bruce Ewan.

AUG. 14 -- Washington Balalaika Society.

AUG. 28 -- Washington Scottish Pipe Band.

SEPT. 4 -- Quantico Marine Band (tentative).

MARKET SQUARE -- At 301 King St., Alexandria, in front of City Hall. Army Band units perform June 15, July 20 and Aug. 3 at 7:30. The Alexandria Citizens Band performs July 16, July 30 and Aug. 13 at 7:30. The Alexandria Harmonizers sing Aug. 6 at 7:30. And these "Lunch Bunch" shows are Wednesdays at 12:15. All free. 703-883-4686.

JULY 14 -- Gina Di Simone.

JULY 21 -- Steve Gellman.

JULY 28 -- The Bobbette Show Troupe.

AUG. 4 -- Brian Stallings.

AUG. 11 -- "Recreation Showcase."

MASON DISTRICT PARK -- In the Newton W. Edwards Amphitheater, 6621 Columbia Pike, Annandale. Folk singers and ensembles take the stage Fridays; orchestras, choruses and variety acts Sundays; and jazz and blues artists Wednesdays. All start at 7:30. The Saturday morning shows, at 10 as noted, are for children. All free. 703-941-1730 or 703-324-8680.

JUNE 4 -- Washington Balalaika Orchestra.

JUNE 6 -- Air Force Airmen of Note.

JUNE 9 -- Johnny & the Headhunters.

JUNE 11 -- Arte Flamenco.

JUNE 12 -- (At 10) Fairfax Symphony Woodwind Quartet.

JUNE 13 -- Navy Cruisers.

JUNE 16 -- Village Jazz Band.

JUNE 18 -- Mariachi Los Amigos.

JUNE 19 -- (At 10) Bob Brown Puppets.

JUNE 20 -- Slavic Male Chorus of Washington.

JUNE 23 -- Mike Stafford & Bruce Ewan.

JUNE 25 -- Los Quetzales.

JUNE 26 -- (At 10) Fairfax Symphony String Quartet.

JUNE 27 -- The Alban Chorale.

JUNE 30 -- Big Bertha's Rhythm Kings.

JULY 2 -- IONA.

JULY 7 -- Catfish Hodge.

JULY 9 -- Alt Washingtoniana.

JULY 10 -- (At 10) Carousel Puppets.

JULY 11 -- Fairfax Symphony Summer Band.

JULY 14 -- Federal Focus Jazz Band.

JULY 16 -- The Crawdaddies.

JULY 17 -- (At 10) The Goodlife Theater.

JULY 18 -- Fairfax Symphony Summer Band.

JULY 21 -- The Herb Smith Band.

JULY 23 -- Dance in Time and Latin Motion.

JULY 24 -- (At 10) Pirate Jack.

JULY 25 -- City of Fairfax Concert Band.

JULY 28 -- The HOTS Jazz Orchestra.

JULY 30 -- The New Oldtime String Band.

AUG. 1 -- National Concert Band.

AUG. 4 -- Army Band.

AUG. 6 -- The Kalinka Dance Ensemble.

AUG. 7 -- (At 10) Kaydee Puppets.

AUG. 8 -- Now This!

AUG. 11 -- The Dixie Power Trio.

AUG. 13 -- Fairfax Symphony German Band.

AUG. 14 -- (At 10) Fairfax Symphony Brass Quintet.

AUG. 15 -- Hexagon.

AUG. 18 -- Ray Kaminsky & Jack Fretwell.

AUG. 20 -- Korean Dance Ensembles.

AUG. 21 -- (At 10) Fairfax Symphony Percussion Duo.

AUG. 22 -- Pyrates Royale.

AUG. 25 -- Radio King Orchestra.

AUG. 27 -- Itumiray.

AUG. 29 -- Pan American Symphony Orchestra.

McLEAN CENTRAL PARK -- Adjacent to the McLean Community Center, 1234 Ingleside Ave., McLean, Sundays at 3. Free. 703-790-0123.

JUNE 13 -- Zydeco Crayz.

JUNE 20 -- Lisa Moscatiello.

JUNE 27 -- Navy Commodores.

JULY 11 -- The Ross Nickerson Band.

JULY 18 -- Swing Shift.

JULY 25 -- the Juggernaut Jug Band.

METRO PARK -- Between North Moore and North Lynn streets at Rosslyn Metro station, Arlington, Thursdays at 11:45. Free. 703-228-1850 or 703-228-6966.

JUNE 10 -- The Barrettones.

JUNE 17 -- The Bruce Middle Group.

JUNE 24 -- Tom Principato.

JULY 1 -- Robert Jospe & Inner Rhythm.

JULY 8 -- Candlewyck.

JULY 15 -- Sam's House.

JULY 22 -- The Kenny Haddaway Trio.

JULY 29 -- The Mike Thornton Jazz Band.

AUG. 5 -- The Dixie Power Trio.

AUG. 12 -- Magpie.

AUG. 19 -- Rhodes Tavern Troubadours.

NETHERLANDS CARILLON -- At U.S. 50 and Route 110, next to the Marine Corps War Memorial (Iwo Jima statue), 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 annual recital series. Free. 703-289-2500.

JUNE 5 -- Joanne Droppers.

JUNE 12 -- Suzanne Magassy.

JUNE 19 -- Edward Nassor.

JUNE 26 -- Lisa Lonie.

JULY 3 -- Edward Nassor.

JULY 4 -- (At 2) Edward Nassor.

JULY 10 -- Buck Lyon-Vaiden.

JULY 17 -- Edward Nassor.

JULY 24 -- John Hammond.

AUG. 7 -- Ann Rothfarb and David Christensen.

AUG. 14 -- Edward Nassor.

AUG. 21 -- Robert Grogan.

AUG. 28 -- Edward Nassor.

SEPT. 4 & 6 -- Edward Nassor.

SEPT. 11 -- Lawrence Robinson.

SEPT. 18 -- Edward Nassor.

SEPT. 25 -- Donald Traser.

NISSAN PAVILION AT STONE

Ridge -- At 7800 Cellar Door Dr., off Wellington Road, outside Manassas (from the Beltway, take Interstate 66 west to Exit 44 or 43B and follow the signs). Showtimes and ticket prices vary. For tickets, call Ticketmaster, 202-397-7328 or 703-573-7328; for taped concert updates, 703-754-1288; for general information, 703-754-6400 or visit www.nissanpavilion.com.

JUNE 11 -- Blink-182, No Doubt and Living End.

JUNE 19 -- Jessica Simpson and Ryan Cabrera.

JUNE 26 -- Styx, Peter Frampton and Nelson.

JUNE 27 -- Tim McGraw, Big & Rich and the Warren Brothers.

JULY 2 -- Hall & Oates, Michael McDonald and the Average White Band.

JULY 3 -- Jimmy Buffett & the Coral Reefer Band.

JULY 8 -- Chicago and Earth, Wind & Fire.

JULY 9 -- Sting, Annie Lennox and Dominic Miller.

JULY 10 -- Britney Spears and JC Chasez.

JULY 11 -- The Dave Matthews Band and Galactic.

JULY 17 -- Michael W. Smith and Mercy Me.

JULY 18 -- "Ozzfest," with Ozzy Osbourne & Black Sabbath, Judas Priest, Slayer and others.

JULY 24 -- Kiss and Poison.

JULY 30 -- 311 and the Roots.

AUG. 1 -- The O'Jays, the Four Tops, the Temptations and the Whispers.

AUG. 2 -- Josh Groban.

AUG. 3 -- Rush.

AUG. 4 -- "Vans Warped Tour," with Allister, Anti-Flag, New Found Glory and others.

AUG. 10 -- Linkin Park, Korn, Snoop Dogg and the Used.

AUG. 13 -- Kenny Chesney, Rascal Flatts and Uncle Kracker.

AUG. 15 -- The Dead.

AUG. 21 -- John Mayer, Maroon 5 and DJ Logic.

SEPT. 25 -- Toby Keith and Terri Clark.

SEPT. 30 -- The Allman Brothers Band and Little Feat.

OCT. 17 -- Brooks & Dunn.

NOTTOWAY PARK -- At 9601 Courthouse Rd., Vienna, Thursdays at 7:30. Free. 703-938-7532 or 703-324-8680.

JUNE 10 -- The Fabulettes.

JUNE 17 -- Junkyard Saints.

JUNE 24 -- Mando Mafia.

JULY 1 -- Washington Toho Koto Society.

JULY 8 -- Jambulay.

JULY 15 -- The Richard Walton Group.

JULY 22 -- Harmonia.

JULY 29 -- Mariachi Estrellas.

AUG. 5 -- Rio Drive.

AUG. 12 -- Swing Shift.

AUG. 19 -- Last Train Home.

AUG. 26 -- Young & Rollins.

OLD PRESBYTERIAN MEETING House -- At 321 S. Fairfax St., Alexandria. Free recitals by local organists, Fridays at noon. 703-549-6670.

JUNE 9 -- Scott Hanoian.

JUNE 16 -- Paul Stetsenko.

JUNE 23 -- J. Reilly Lewis.

JUNE 30 -- David Lang.

PATRIOT CENTER -- On the campus of George Mason University, 4400 University Dr., Fairfax. For tickets, call Ticketmaster, 202-397-7328; for information, 703-993-3000.

JULY 22 -- (At 7) Hilary Duff and Haylie Duff.

AUG. 21-22 -- (At 1 and 4:30) The Wiggles.

OCT. 29 -- (At 7) Bill Gaither & Homecoming Friends.

POTOMAC CELTIC FESTIVAL -- At Morven Park Equestrian Center, on U.S. 15 at Tutt Lane one mile north of Leesburg, June 12 from 10 to 7 and June 13 from 10 to 6. Entertainers on multiple stages at this 11th annual celebration of the cultures of all Celtic nations include Lunasa, IONA and the Kane Sisters and Tommy Sands. Admission at the gate is $15, ages 6 to 12 $7, younger free; advance purchase and family package discounts are available. 703-938-9779.

"RESTON CONCERTS ON THE Town" -- At the Reston Town Center Pavilion, Reston Parkway and New Dominion Drive, Reston, Saturdays at 7:30. Free. 703-912-4062.

JUNE 5 -- Terrance Simien & the Zydeco Experience.

JUNE 12 -- Havana Son.

JUNE 19 -- Right Foot Red.

JUNE 26 -- CAJE Caribbean Jazz Ensemble.

JULY 3 -- Echoes of Brazil.

JULY 10 -- The J Street Jumpers.

JULY 17 -- Right On!

JULY 24 -- Hard Day's Night.

JULY 31 -- Cathy Fink & Marcy Marxer.

AUG. 7 -- All-Star Salute to Charlie Byrd.

AUG. 14 -- Mahala and Unity Reggae Band.

AUG. 21 -- Navy Commodores.

AUG. 28 -- Big Joe's Swingin' Extravaganza.

RESTON TOWN CENTER -- At Reston Parkway and New Dominion Drive, Reston. The Reston Community Center presents its free pop series here in July, Thursdays at 7. 703-476-4500.

JULY 1 -- The T-Birds.

JULY 8 -- The Oasis Band.

JULY 15 -- The Miles Stiebel Orchestra.

JULY 22 -- Uptown.

JULY 29 -- Ruthie & the Wranglers.

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

JUNE 4 -- B.G. & the Mojo Hands.

JUNE 11 -- Night Music.

JUNE 18 -- Caribbean American International Steel Orchestra.

JUNE 25 -- The Deanna Bogart Band.

JULY 2 -- Rita Clarke & the Naturals.

JULY 9 -- Flamenco Dancers.

JULY 16 -- Liz Masterson & Sean Blackburn.

JULY 23 -- King Teddy.

JULY 30 -- The Oklahoma Twisters.

AUG. 6 -- King Wilkie.

AUG. 13 -- Duende Camaron.

AUG. 20 -- American Song.

AUG. 27 -- Fairfax Symphony Dixieland Band.

SHENANDOAH VALLEY BACH Festival -- On the campus of Eastern Mennonite University in Harrisonburg. Soloists and ensembles perform from June 13 through June 20. For schedules and tickets, call 540-432-4582 or visit www.emu.edu/bach.

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 Interstate 81, Exit 273, west of Mount Jackson. Ticket prices for these concerts, at 8 except as noted, vary by show and seat location. The festival also presents "Musicmakers" children's shows on July 24 and 31 at 2:30; they cost $8, ages under 12 free. 800-459-3396 or 540-459-3396, or visit www.musicfest.org.

JUNE 13 -- (At 2:30) U.S. Marine Band (free tickets required).

JULY 23 -- The Tommy Dorsey Orchestra.

JULY 24 -- The River City Brass Band.

JULY 30 & 31 -- Fairfax Symphony Orchestra.

AUG. 14 -- Eddie From Ohio.

SEPT. 4 -- (At 6) Robin & Linda Williams and Trout Fishing in America.

SEPT. 5 -- The Tom Cunningham Orchestra.

SPICE OF LIFE PLAZA -- At 1401 Wilson Blvd., Arlington, Tuesdays at 11:45. Free. 703-228-1850 or 703-228-6966.

JUNE 8 -- Al Williams.

JUNE 15 -- Whop Frazier.

JUNE 22 -- October Skies.

JUNE 29 -- The Ruby Hayes Quintet.

JULY 6 -- Andrew Acosta & the New Old-Time String Band.

JULY 13 -- The Lovejoy Group.

JULY 20 -- The Marge Calhoun Band.

JULY 27 -- Miguel Botafogo & Bruce Ewan.

AUG. 3 -- Debi Smith.

AUG. 10 -- DKGB.

AUG. 17 -- Vaughn Nark.

SULLY HISTORIC SITE -- At 3601 Sully Rd., Chantilly, about a quarter-mile north of U.S. 50. Fairfax Symphony Orchestra ensembles perform at the restored 1794 mansion June 20 at 2, July 17 at 1 and Sept. 12 at 11, 12:30 and 1. Park admission is $5, students and seniors $4, ages 5 to 15 $3. 703-642-7200 or 703-437-1794.

U.S. MARINE CORPS WAR MEMORIAL -- Also known as the Iwo Jima Memorial, on U.S. 50 next to Arlington National Cemetery. The Marine Drum & Bugle Corps, Silent Drill Team and marching units stage the "Sunset Parade," a colorful full-dress parade, Tuesdays at 7 from June 8 through Aug. 3 and at 6:30 Aug. 10 and Aug. 17; 202-433-6060. The Marine Band and its smaller ensembles perform outdoor concerts Thursdays at 7 through Aug. 26; 202-433-4011. Free, no reservations required. Paid parking with free shuttles available at Arlington Cemetery Visitor's Center.

WELBURN SQUARE -- Between Stuart and Taylor streets at the Ballston Metro station, Arlington, Fridays at 11:45. Free. 703-228-1850 or 703-228-6966.

JUNE 4 -- Janna Audey.

JUNE 11 -- Colleen Shanley & Casey O'Neill.

JUNE 18 -- The Dulcie Taylor Duo.

WINTERGREEN MUSIC FESTIVAL -- At the Wintergreen Resort, in Nelson County west of Charlottesville (about 170 miles from of the Beltway). The Wintergreen Festival Orchestra and guest soloists present orchestral and chamber ensemble concerts from July 8 through July 25. Programs and ticket prices vary. 800-594-8499 or 434-325-8292, or visit www.wintergreenmusic.org.

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 into the park or follow Route 7 about 2 miles west of Tysons Corner and turn left at Towlston Road (watch for the signs). Gates open 90 minutes before most evening shows, one hour before festival matinees. Parking is free. Metro operates shuttle buses between the West Falls Church Metro station and the Filene Center on performance days (remember that on Sundays through Thursdays, the last bus from the center leaves no later than 11, no matter what, to make subway connections). Round-trip bus fare is $5; for shuttle information, call 202-637-7000 (TDD: 202-638-3780).

Lawn tickets cost $10 to $20, depending on the show, and reserved seats inside the Filene Center range from $24 to $70, depending on the show and seat location. Except as noted, performances start at 8. Order tickets from Tickets.com at 703-218-6500 or 800-955-5566. For information, call 703-255-1860 or visit www.wolftrap.org.

JUNE 4-5 -- Bonnie Raitt and Richard Thompson.

JUNE 6 -- (At 2) "Louisiana Swamp Romp," with the Dirty Dozen Brass Band, the Iguanas, John Mooney & Bluesiana and Chris Ardoin & Double Clutchin'.

JUNE 7 -- Johnny Mathis.

JUNE 8 -- The Smothers Brothers and the Kingston Trio.

JUNE 9 -- Bill Cosby.

JUNE 10 -- Boney James and Kem.

JUNE 11 -- Jonny Lang and Shelby Lynne.

JUNE 12 -- "Rite of Strings," with Stanley Clarke, Al DiMeola and Jean-Luc Ponty.

JUNE 13 -- (At 1) "Jazz and Blues Matinee," with the Robert Cray Band, the Keb' Mo' Band and the Blind Boys of Alabama.

JUNE 15 -- (At 8:30) The Parsons Dance Company and the Ahn Trio.

JUNE 17-20 -- (At 8, and June 19-20 at 2) "Riverdance."

JUNE 22 -- Tom Jones.

JUNE 24-27 -- (At 8, and June 26-27 at 2) "Oklahoma!."

JUNE 28 -- Journey and the Fabulous Thunderbirds.

JUNE 29 -- (At 7) Ben Folds, Guster and Rufus Wainwright.

JUNE 30 -- (At 8:30) Linda Ronstadt and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.

JULY 1 -- "The Irish Tenors," with Finbar Wright, Ronan Tynan and Anthony Keams.

JULY 2 -- Bacilos and Cabas.

JULY 3 -- (At 3) Shaggy and Morgan Heritage.

JULY 6 -- Lyle Lovett.

JULY 7 -- "Abba -- The Music."

JULY 8 -- (At 8:15) The National Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Marvin Hamlisch with singer Linda Eder in a pops program.

JULY 9 -- (At 8:15) The National Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Jose Serebrier with the Choral Arts Society of Washington in works by Mozart, Borodin and Beethoven.

JULY 10 -- (At 8:15) The National Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Emil de Cou in Tchaikovsky's "1812" Overture and "Swan Lake" Act IV.

JULY 11 -- Cowboy Junkies and Shawn Colvin.

JULY 13-18 -- (At 8, and June 17-18 at 2) "Oliver!"

JULY 20 -- (At 8:30) The Mark Morris Dance Group.

JULY 21 -- Blues Traveler and Big Head Todd & the Monsters.

JULY 22 -- (At 8:15) The National Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Patrick Summers with soprano Renee Fleming in music by Mozart, Massanet, Strauss, Puccini and others.

JULY 23 -- (At 8:15) The National Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Marvin Hamlisch in "Bravo Broadway!"

JULY 24 -- (At 8:15) The National Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Mischa Santora in works by Gershwin, Strauss and Mendelssohn.

JULY 25 -- The Doobie Brothers.

JULY 26 -- The B-52s and the Mosquitos.

JULY 27-28 -- The Gipsy Kings.

JULY 30 -- (At 8:15) "La Boheme" by the Wolf Trap Opera Company and the National Symphony Orchestra.

JULY 31-AUG. 1 -- Mary Chapin Carpenter and Jim Lauderdale.

AUG. 3 -- Cyndi Lauper.

AUG. 4 -- Carole King.

AUG. 5 -- (At 8:15) The National Symphony Orchestra, conducted by Paul Haas with violinist Itzhak Perlman in Wagner's Overture to "Tannhauser," Bruch's Violin Concerto No. 1 and Tchaikovsky's Symphony No. 4.

AUG. 6-7 -- (At 8:30) The National Symphony Orchestra, conducted by George Daugherty in "Bugs Bunny on Broadway," accompanying classic cartoons.

AUG. 8 -- (At 2) "Roots, Rock & Reggae" with the Marley Family.

AUG. 10 -- (At 7) O.A.R. and Howie Day.

AUG. 11 -- The Boston Pops Esplanade Orchestra, conducted by Keith Lockhart with vocalist Faith Prince.

AUG. 12 -- Huey Lewis & the News.

AUG. 13-14 -- Peter, Paul & Mary.

AUG. 16 -- Tony Bennett.

AUG. 17 -- Emmylou Harris, Patty Griffin, Buddy Miller, Gillian Welch and David Rawlings.

AUG. 18 -- (At 7) "Aloha! Hawai'i Music Festival."

AUG. 19 -- Bruce Hornsby.

AUG. 20 -- (At 7) George Benson and Will Downing.

AUG. 21 -- "Wildflower Festival," with Judy Collins, Rita Coolidge, Suzanne Vega and Eric Weissburg.

AUG. 22 -- (At 2 and 8) The Beach Boys.

AUG. 24 -- (At 8:30) Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre.

AUG. 25 -- The Corrs.

AUG. 26 -- Clint Black.

AUG. 27 -- John Prine and Kris Kristofferson.

AUG. 28 -- Eddie From Ohio and Natalie MacMaster.

AUG. 29 -- B.B. King and Dr. John.

AUG. 31-SEPT. 5 -- (At 8 and Sept. 4-5 at 2) "The King and I."

SEPT. 18-19 -- (From 10 to 6) 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 the fall except for performances by the Wolf Trap Opera Company. The company presents fully staged productions of Salieri's "Falstaff" June 18 and 22 at 8 and June 20 at 2, and Donizetti's "L'elisir d'amore" July 23, 28 and 31 at 8 and July 25 at 2. Both are sung in Italian with English supertitles. Tickets cost $56. The company also sings at recitals June 4 and Aug. 6 at 8; those tickets cost $30. For tickets, call Tickets.com, 703-218-6500 or 800-955-5566. For information, call 703-255-1860 or 703-938-2404, or visit www.wolftrap.com.

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