ALLEN POND PARK -- At 3330 Northview Dr. off Route 197, Bowie, Sundays at 7. Free. 301-809-3078.

JUNE 13 -- Baywinds.

JUNE 20 -- The Raw Hands Band.

JUNE 27 -- Army Field Band Volunteers.

JULY 11 -- The Electric Company.

JULY 18 -- The Knights of Harmony.

JULY 25 -- Naval Academy Electric Brigade.

AUG. 1 -- Ten Karat Gold.

AUG. 8 -- Naval Academy Wind Ensemble.

AUG. 15 -- Rock 'n' Roll Relics.

AUG. 22 -- Army Field Band Jazz Ambassadors.

AUG. 29 -- The Bay Jazz Project.

SEPT. 5 -- King Teddy.

ANNAPOLIS CITY DOCK -- On the waterfront in downtown Annapolis. Naval Academy Band ensembles perform Tuesdays at 7:30 from July 6 through Aug. 10, and Aug. 17 at 6:30. Free. 410-293-1262.

"ARTSCAPE 2004" -- 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 16-18. Baltimore's 23rd annual free arts festival includes free outdoor concerts on multiple stages, exhibitions, children's entertainers, a crafts fair, a food court and other activities July 16 from 4 to 10, July 17 from noon to 10 and July 18 from noon to 8. Headliners this year include Isaac Hayes, the Commodores, Wyclef Jean, the Violent Femmes, Arrested Development and Steel Pulse. Call 877-225-8466 or visit www.artscape.org.

AVALON THEATRE -- At 40 E. Dover St., Easton. The 19th annual Eastern Shore Chamber Music Festival presents concerts June 11 and 18 at 8, and a free children's concert June 19 at 10 a.m. Concert tickets cost $12 to $35; call 410-819-0380. The following concerts begin at 8, except as noted. Those ticket prices vary. Order tickets from Ticketmaster, 202-397-7328 or 410-547-7328; for information, 410-820-8822.

JUNE 4 -- The Holmes Brothers.

JUNE 6 -- Catie Curtis.

JUNE 10 -- Roomful of Blues.

JUNE 12 -- (At 7) Riders in the Sky.

JUNE 26 -- Red Letter Day.

AUG. 7 -- The Capitol Steps.

AUG. 14 -- The Persuasions.

AUG. 22 -- The Taj Mahal Trio.

BAKER PARK -- At 121 N. Bentz St., Frederick. In addition to these pop concerts Sundays at 7, the U.S. Army Concert Band performs June 22, July 27 and Aug. 24 at 7. Free; donations of canned goods for the Frederick City Community Food Bank are welcomed. 301-228-2844.

JUNE 13 -- Mary Ann Redmond.

JUNE 20 -- Navy Cruisers.

JUNE 27 -- Classified.

JULY 11 -- The Radio King Orchestra.

JULY 18 -- Patrick Alban & Noche Latina.

JULY 25 -- The Nighthawks.

AUG. 1 -- The Cool Jerks.

AUG. 8 -- Donegal X-Press.

AUG. 15 -- Scott Ambush.

AUG. 22 -- The WPG Trio.

AUG. 29 -- "New Country Showcase."

BALTIMORE MUSEUM OF ART -- At North Charles Street and Art Museum Drive, Baltimore. The 12th annual Summer Jazz Series presents these entertainers Saturdays at 7 in the outdoor sculpture gardens. Tickets cost $15. 410-396-6001 or 410-396-7100.

JULY 3 -- T.K. Blue.

JULY 17 -- Ron Holloway.

JULY 31 -- Sonny Fortune.

AUG. 14 -- Warren Wolf.

AUG. 21 -- Jazz Caravan.

BETHESDA PLACE -- At Old Georgetown Road and Woodmont Avenue, Bethesda, Fridays at noon. Free. 301-215-6660.

JUNE 4 -- The Rockin' Reasons.

JUNE 11 -- Peace of Mind.

JUNE 18 -- The Moonlighters.

JUNE 25 -- The Dixie Power Trio.

JULY 2 -- Englishman.

JULY 9 -- Indigo.

JULY 16 -- The James Bazen Project.

JULY 23 -- Almost Recess.

JULY 30 -- Second Story.

BLACKROCK CENTER FOR the Arts -- At 12901 Town Commons Dr., Germantown, Saturdays at 8. Free. 301-528-2260.

JUNE 19 -- Primitive Minds.

JUNE 26 -- Navy Commodores.

JULY 10 -- The Hula Monsters.

JULY 17 -- Katy Benko.

JULY 24 -- The Crawdaddies.

JULY 31 -- American Song.

AUG. 7 -- Christina Crerar.

AUG. 14 -- Navy Country Current.

AUG. 21 -- James Mabry.

BLADENSBURG WATERFRONT Park -- At 4601 Annapolis Rd., Bladensburg, Sundays at 6:30. Free. 301-779-0371.

JUNE 20 -- Latin Jazz All-Stars.

JUNE 27 -- "Dinosaurs Forever," by Dinorock Productions.

JULY 11 -- Dr. S.O. Feelgood.

JULY 18 -- "The Barker of Seville," by Blue Sky Puppet Theatre.

JULY 25 -- Navy Sea Chanters.

AUG. 1 -- The Oasis Band.

BOWIE TOWN GREEN -- At Route 564 and Ninth Street, Bowie, Saturdays at 2. Free. 301-809-3078.

JUNE 12 -- The Barbershop Bluegrass Band.

JUNE 19 -- The Grandsons.

JUNE 26 -- Project Natale.

JULY 3 -- Swing Speak.

JULY 10 -- The Moonlighters.

JULY 17 -- The Crayfish.

JULY 24 -- The Beatwater Tribute.

JULY 31 -- Mike Surratt & the Continentals.

AUG. 7 -- The Annapolis Bluegrass Coalition.

AUG. 14 -- The Back Pages Band.

AUG. 21 -- Jericho Bridge.

AUG. 28 -- The Jokers.

SEPT. 4 -- The Homespun Ceilidh Band.

BROOKSIDE GARDENS -- At 1800 Glenallan Ave., Wheaton, Wednesdays at noon except as noted. Free. 301-962-1400.

JUNE 9 -- The Silverwinds Flute Ensemble.

JUNE 16 -- The Amberwoods Trio.

JUNE 23 -- The Acme Trio.

JULY 16 -- (Friday at 6:30) The Silverwinds Flute Ensemble.

CABIN JOHN REGIONAL PARK -- At 7400 Tuckerman Lane, Rockville, Tuesdays at 7. Free. 301-299-0024 or 240-777-6821.

JUNE 22 -- Navy Commodores.

JUNE 29 -- Flumpa & Friends.

JULY 13 -- The Battersby Duo.

JULY 20 -- The David Bach Consort.

AUG. 10 -- Ray Owens.

AUG. 17 -- Back Pages.

CALVERT MARINE MUSEUM -- In the waterfront bandstand at 14200 Solomons Rd., Solomons. Tickets for Bonnie Raitt are $50 and $40; prices for Merle Haggard haven't been announced. 410-326-2042.

JUNE 6 -- Bonnie Raitt.

JULY 18 -- Merle Haggard.

"CAPITAL JAZZ FEST" -- At Merriweather Post Pavilion, on Broken Land Parkway off Route 29, Columbia, June 5-6. Headliners include David Sanborn, Dave Koz, India.Arie, Earl Klugh and Michael Franks. Pavilion seats are sold out; lawn tickets are $40 plus service charges from Ticketmaster. For tickets, 202-397-7328; for information, 301-218-0404.

CAVALIER TELEPHONE PAVILION -- Newly renamed, but still at Pier Six on Pratt Street in Baltimore's Inner Harbor. Showtimes and ticket prices vary. Order tickets from Ticketmaster, 202-397-7328 or 410-547-7328. For information, 410-659-7100 or visit www.piersixpavilion.com.

JUNE 6 -- Melissa Etheridge and Kate Clinton.

JUNE 9 -- Hootie & the Blowfish.

JUNE 13 -- Boney James.

JUNE 17 -- The Moody Blues.

JUNE 27 -- Linda Ronstadt and the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.

JUNE 30 -- Guster, Ben Folds and Rufus Wainwright.

JULY 4 -- Hall & Oates, Michael McDonald and the Average White Band.

JULY 16 -- Earth, Wind & Fire.

JULY 17 -- Boston.

JULY 24 -- Lyle Lovett.

AUG. 10 -- Huey Lewis & the News.

AUG. 12 -- George Carlin.

AUG. 16 -- Crosby, Stills & Nash.

AUG. 19 -- George Benson and Will Downing.

AUG. 29 -- The Robert Cray Band and Buddy Guy.

SEPT. 4 -- Cyndi Lauper.

SEPT. 21 -- Heart.

CENTENNIAL PARK SOUTH -- At 10000 Clarksville Pike (Route 108), Ellicott City, Wednesdays at 7 except as noted. Parking $3. 410-313-7275 or 410-313-4700.

JUNE 23 -- (At 6:30) Sol y Canto.

JUNE 30 -- Junkyard Saints.

JULY 7 -- Totally Confused.

JULY 14 -- The Crawdaddies.

JULY 21 -- Christian Josi.

JULY 28 -- The David Bach Consort.

AUG. 4 -- Rita Clarke & the Naturals.

AUG. 11 -- Mambo Combo.

AUG. 18 -- The Richard Walton Group.

AUG. 25 -- Ellis Woodward.

SEPT. 1 -- O'Malley's March.

CHESAPEAKE BEACH RAILWAY Museum -- At 4155 Mears Ave., Chesapeake Beach. The Bay Breeze Thursday evening series presents local performers June 10, July 8, Aug. 12 and Sept. 9 at 7:30. Free. 410-257-3892.

CHURCH COVE PARK -- At Willow and Green streets in St. Michaels. The St. Michaels Community Center sponsors free family concerts Thursdays at 6:30, except as noted. 410-745-6073.

JUNE 17 -- Bittercreek.

JUNE 24 -- Joe Martone.

JULY 1 -- "Acoustic Folk Night."

JULY 8 -- The Bay Jazz Project.

JULY 15 -- Three Penny Opera.

JULY 17 -- (Saturday at 6) Blues DeVille.

JULY 22 -- Shelley Abbott.

JULY 29 -- Jim Hossick.

AUG. 5 -- Eastport Oyster Boys.

AUG. 12 -- Down the Road.

AUG. 19 -- Kenny Haddaway.

SEPT. 18 -- (Saturday at 5) The Swingin' Swamis.

CLARICE SMITH PERFORMING Arts Center -- On the University of Maryland campus at Route 193 and Stadium Drive in College Park. Pianist Ning An performs Saturday at 8; tickets cost $30, students $5. The young musicians of the National Orchestral Institute present concerts June 12, 19 and 26 at 8 with different conductors and programs. Tickets cost $20, students $5. They also present a free chamber recital June 25 at 7. 301-405-7847.

COLUMBIA FESTIVAL OF THE ARTS -- Classical and pop concerts, dance performances, workshops, children's shows, exhibits and other events are scheduled June 18-27 at sites throughout Columbia. Among the headliners are the Indigo Girls, Harry Connick Jr., Momix, Forbidden Broadway, the Shangri-La Chinese Acrobats and Ladysmith Black Mambazo. Ticket prices vary. "Lakefest" presents free entertainment all day June 26 at Lake Kittamaqundi. Order tickets from Tickets.com, 703-218-6500 or 800-955-5566; for schedules, 410-715-3044, or visit www.columbiafestival.com.

COMMON GROUND ON THE HILL -- At the Carroll County Farm Museum, 500 S. Center St., Westminster. The American Music and Arts Festival presents folk, bluegrass and other traditional musicians and dance troupes July 10-11 on four stages. Headliners include Arlo Guthrie, Ramblin' Jack Elliott, Johnny Irion & Sarah Lee Guthrie, Tom Chapin, Etta Baker, Sankofa, Sam Rizzetta and Footworks. Tickets cost $24 July 10, $18 July 11, $38 for the weekend; teenagers $10 per day; ages 6 to 12 $5; younger free. 410-857-2771 or visit www.commongroundonthehill.org.

DORSEY'S SEARCH VILLAGE Center -- At Dorsey Hall Drive and Columbia Road, Columbia, Thursdays at 6. Free. 443-367-0110.

JUNE 17 -- Misspent Youth.

JUNE 24 -- Scan Lane.

JULY 1 -- The Kinderman.

JULY 8 -- The Dixie Power Trio.

JULY 15 -- Flumpa & Friends.

JULY 22 -- The Richard Walton Group.

JULY 29 -- Magician Mr. Dave.

AUG. 5 -- Gary & the Groove.

AUG. 12 -- Ellis Woodward.

AUG. 19 -- Turner, Dean of Magic.

DOWNS PARK -- At 8311 John Downs Loop, Pasadena, about eight miles east of Glen Burnie, Sundays at 5 except as noted. Free; park admission $5 per vehicle. 410-222-6230.

JUNE 6 -- Mike & Mike.

JUNE 13 -- Laredo.

JUNE 20 -- Cletus Kennelly.

JUNE 27 -- (At 6) The Goldenaires.

JULY 11 -- (At 6) The Benfield Brass Band.

JULY 18 -- (At 6) Naval Academy Electric Brigade.

JULY 25 -- (At 6) Zim Zemarel.

AUG. 1 -- (At 6) Jay Armsworthy & Eastern Tradition.

AUG. 8 -- (At 6) Navy Cruisers.

AUG. 15 -- David Cole & Main Street Blues.

AUG. 22 -- The Continentals.

AUG. 29 -- Navy Country Current.

SEPT. 5 -- Roadside Cafe.

F. SCOTT FITZGERALD THEATRE -- At 603 Edmonston Dr., Rockville. The Victorian Lyric Opera Company performs "H.M.S. Pinafore" June 11-20; tickets cost $15, ages 16 and under $12 (call 301-879-0220). National Philharmonic musicians presents a chamber music festival Aug. 19-21 at 8; tickets cost $11, $15 and $19; ages 7 through 17 free (call 301-762-858). For general information, 240-314-8690.

1ST MARINER ARENA -- At 201 W. Baltimore St., Baltimore. Ticket prices vary. Order tickets from Ticketmaster, 202-397-7328 or 410-547-7328; for information, 410-347-2010 or visit www.1stmarinerarena.com.

JUNE 14 -- (At 8) Simon & Garfunkel and the Everly Brothers.

JULY 17 -- (At 7:30) Reba McEntire.

JULY 23 -- (At 7:30) Clay Aiken.

AUG. 24 -- (At 3 and 6:30) The Wiggles.

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

JUNE 9 -- Mariachis de los Compadres.

JUNE 16 -- The Orioles.

JUNE 23 -- The Alexandria Kleztet.

JUNE 30 -- The Dixie Power Trio.

JULY 7 -- Ericka Ovette.

JULY 14 -- The Brothers Flanagan.

JULY 21 -- Jacques Johnson.

JULY 28 -- The Grandsons.

AUG. 4 -- Vocal Express.

AUG. 11 -- Navy Commodores.

AUG. 18 -- The Mountain Fever Band.

AUG. 25 -- To be announced.

GAITHERSBURG CITY HALL -- In the City Hall Concert Pavilion, at 31 S. Summit Ave., Gaithersburg. In addition to these pop concerts Fridays and Saturdays at 7 and Thursdays at noon, children's entertainers perform Mondays at 10:30 a.m. All free. 301-258-6350.

JUNE 5 -- Naked Blue.

JUNE 10 -- (At noon) Liz Briones.

JUNE 12 -- The Gaithersburg Community Chorus.

JUNE 17 -- (At noon) Sol y Rumba & Maria Isolina.

JUNE 19 -- King Teddy.

JUNE 24 -- (At noon) Seamus Kennedy.

JULY 1 -- (At noon) Cletus Kennelly & Lori Kelley.

JULY 2 -- R.C. & Friends.

JULY 3 -- The Fabulettes.

JULY 8 -- (At noon) Steve Gellman & Rick Kanton.

JULY 9 -- The Cravin' Dogs.

JULY 15 -- (At noon) Ellis, Doyle & Jones.

JULY 16 -- The Distractions.

JULY 22 -- (At noon) Laurie Rose Griffith & Peter Mealy.

JULY 23 -- Rita Clarke & the Naturals.

JULY 29 -- (At noon) The Annapolis Bluegrass Coalition.

JULY 30 -- Ellis, Doyle & Woodward.

GLEN ECHO PARK DANCES -- At 7300 MacArthur Blvd., Glen Echo. You can dance the night away here accompanied by live music in the newly renovated Spanish Ballroom or Bumper Car Pavilion (sometimes both) on almost any weekend evening. Folk bands accompany square and contra dancers most Fridays at 8:30 and Sundays at 7:30 (Sunday shows are sponsored by the Folklore Society of Greater Washington; call 202-546-2228). Various organizations sponsor dances to music by swing, big band, Cajun, zydeco and other bands most Saturday evenings at 9, preceded by a dance lesson at 8, and some Sunday afternoons at 3:30, with a dance lesson at 3. Admission, paid at the door, varies by show. 301-320-2330.

HARBORPLACE AMPHITHEATER -- At Pratt and Light streets in Baltimore's Inner Harbor, Saturdays at 8 and Sundays at 4. Free. 800-427-2671 or 410-332-4191.

JUNE 5 -- Gino's Swing Band.

JUNE 6 -- 229th Army Band.

JUNE 12 -- Beatwater.

JUNE 13 -- Navy Concert Band and Sea Chanters.

JUNE 19 -- Capt. Fantastic.

JUNE 20 -- St. Veronica's Youth Steel Orchestra.

JUNE 26 -- Krystal Klear.

JUNE 27 -- Lovecraft.

JULY 3 -- New Monopoly.

JULY 10 -- Appaloosa.

JULY 11 -- Navy Commodores.

JULY 17 -- The David Bach Consort.

JULY 18 -- The Rockville Concert Band.

JULY 24 -- Full Tilt.

JULY 25 -- Lovecraft.

JULY 31 -- The Crawdaddies.

AUG. 1 -- Lovecraft.

AUG. 7 -- Mambo Combo.

AUG. 8 -- Sankofa West African Dance Theatre.

AUG. 14 -- Klassix.

AUG. 15 -- Jazz Vibes.

AUG. 21 -- Stryker's Posse.

AUG. 22 -- Naval Academy Electric Brigade.

AUG. 28 -- Sons of Pirates.

AUG. 29 -- Army Blues.

SEPT. 4 -- Cry Monday.

SEPT. 5 -- Sankofa West African Dance Theatre.

HARD BARGAIN FARM -- At the Alice Ferguson Foundation Amphitheater, 2001 Bryan Point Rd., Accokeek, Saturdays at 8. $12, under 12 $5. 301-292-5665.

JUNE 5 -- Grace Griffith & Friends.

JUNE 26 -- Wick, Gillespie, O'Brien & Bryce.

JULY 17 -- Barbara Martin & Mac Walter.

AUG. 28 -- Ray Kaminsky & Fast Eddie Galvin and Dame's Rocket.

SEPT. 18 -- The Amazons.

HARPER'S CHOICE VILLAGE Center -- At 5485 Harper's Farm Road, Columbia, Fridays at 6. Free. 443-367-0110.

JUNE 25 -- Yvonne Johnson.

JULY 2 -- The Kinderman.

JULY 9 -- B.G. & the Mojo Hands.

JULY 16 -- Turner, Dean of Magic.

JULY 23 -- Marshall Booze.

JULY 30 -- Charlie & Jo.

AUG. 6 -- Orlando Phillips.

AUG. 13 -- Intuition.

HICKORY RIDGE VILLAGE Center -- At Freetown Road and Cedar Lane, Columbia, Thursdays at 6. Free. 443-367-0110.

JUNE 24 -- Danzig & Wooley.

JULY 1 -- Turner, Dean of Magic.

JULY 8 -- Flumpa & Friends.

JULY 15 -- Cletus Kennelly & Lori Kelley.

JULY 22 -- The Kinderman.

JULY 29 -- Misspent Youth.

AUG. 5 -- The Hula Monsters.

AUG. 12 -- Gary & the Groove.

AUG. 19 -- Catfish Hodge.

JOSEPH MEYERHOFF SYMPHONY Hall -- At 1212 Cathedral St., Baltimore. The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra's regular season continues through June 20, concluding with a "Vienna to Broadway" program June 17-20 conducted by Jack Everly. The BSO then stages four "Summer Wine and Musicfest" concerts of light classics preceded by wine tastings July 14, 16, 21 and 23, followed by dancing to live bands outdoors in Festival Plaza. Tickets cost $35 to $55. (Also see entry below for the BSO's concerts at Oregon Ridge Park.) 410-783-8000 or 800-442-1198.

KINGS CONTRIVANCE VILLAGE Center -- At 8600 Guilford Rd., Columbia, Fridays at 11:30 a.m. except as noted. Free. 443-367-0110.

JUNE 4 -- (At 6) Project Natale.

JUNE 11 -- (At 6) B.G. & the Mojo Hands.

JUNE 18 -- (At 6) Orlando Phillips.

JUNE 25 -- The Rockin' Reasons.

JULY 2 -- Ellis Woodward.

JULY 9 -- Gary & the Groove.

JULY 16 -- Flumpa & Friends.

JULY 23 -- The David Bach Trio.

JULY 30 -- Annie Sidley.

AUG. 6 -- The Kinderman.

AUG. 13 -- The Dave Chappell Trio.

AUG. 20 -- Jim Hossick.

AUG. 27 -- (At 6) Marshall Booze.

SEPT. 3 -- (At 6) The Joe Carta Band.

SEPT. 10 -- (At 6) Automatic Slim.

SEPT. 17 -- (At 6) The Taters.

SEPT. 24 -- (At 6) The Richard Walton Group.

LADEW TOPIARY GARDENS -- At 3535 Jarrettsville Pike, Monkton (about 14 miles north of the Baltimore Beltway), Sundays at 6. Adults $12, seniors and students $9, under 12 $3. 410-557-9570.

JUNE 13 -- The Chesapeake Silver Cornet Brass Band.

JUNE 27 -- The Fabulettes.

JULY 11 -- The Trinidad & Tobago Steel Orchestra.

JULY 25 -- The Crawdaddies.

AUG. 8 -- Maggie's Farm.

AUG. 22 -- Blue Sky 5.

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 in July and August. Columbia International Day hosts sounds from around the world July 24 from 1 to 9. And these pop and folk entertainers and community orchestras perform most Saturdays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays at 8 and Sundays at 6:30. 877-713-9674 or 410-715-3000.

JUNE 29 -- Deanna Bogart.

JUNE 30 -- Rachel Cross.

JULY 1 -- T.K. Blue.

JULY 3 -- Cletus Kennelly & Lori Kelley.

JULY 6 -- Vaughn Nark & Panorama.

JULY 7 -- We're About Nine.

JULY 8 -- Hot Soup.

JULY 10 -- Gail Marten & the Clem Ehoff Trio.

JULY 11 -- J.P. McDermott & Western Bop.

JULY 13 -- Mike Lange & Boogie Express.

JULY 14 -- Andrew McKnight.

JULY 15 -- Julie Hall.

JULY 17 -- Steve Guyer.

JULY 18 -- La Rocca.

JULY 20 -- Tim Eyermann & East Coast Offering.

JULY 21 -- Gary & the Groove.

JULY 22 -- Rhodes Tavern Troubadours.

JULY 24 -- (From 1 to 9) Columbia International Day.

JULY 25 -- Willbilly.

JULY 27 -- Songwriter Showcase.

JULY 28 -- The Richard Walton Band.

JULY 29 -- King Teddy.

JULY 31 -- (From 1 to 9) Community Band Day.

AUG. 1 -- Covenant Baptist Praise Band.

AUG. 3 -- The Nighthawks.

AUG. 4 -- The Starvation Army Band.

AUG. 5 -- Veriette Simon.

AUG. 7 -- Higher Ground.

AUG. 8 -- Lisa Moscatiello.

AUG. 10 -- Naked Blue.

AUG. 11 -- Liz Briones.

AUG. 12 -- The Greg Hatza Organization.

AUG. 14 -- Delirious Tremor.

AUG. 15 -- The Annapolis Bluegrass Coalition.

AUG. 17 -- Overdrive.

AUG. 18 -- The Columbia Jazz Band.

AUG. 19 -- The Ken Clark Organ Trio.

AUG. 21 -- Carl Filipiak.

AUG. 22 -- B.G. & the Mojo Hands.

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

JUNE 4 -- Solid Brass.

JUNE 11 -- The Smith Tucker Band.

JUNE 18 -- The Bottom Line Band.

JUNE 25 -- Road House.

LURMAN WOODLAND THEATRE -- At Bloomsbury Avenue and Hilltop Road, Catonsville, Saturdays and Sundays at 6 except as noted. Free. 877-278-0961.

JUNE 5 -- Catonsville High School Steel Drum Band.

JUNE 6 -- Mike Lange & Boogie Express.

JUNE 12 -- Shenandoah Blue.

JUNE 13 -- 229th Army Band.

JUNE 19-20 -- "The Complete Works of Shakespeare (Abridged)," by Asylum Productions.

JULY 10 -- Ross Nickerson.

JULY 11 -- The Young Columbians.

JULY 17 -- The Richard Walton Group.

JULY 18 -- The Carl Filipiak Group.

JULY 24 -- Little Pink.

JULY 25 -- O'Malley's March and the O'Toole Dancers.

JULY 31 -- Jazz Caravan.

AUG. 1 -- Darren Beachley & the Maryland Line.

AUG. 7 -- Open mike.

AUG. 8 -- The Dixie Power Trio.

AUG. 14 -- Maryann Price.

AUG. 15 -- The Deanna Bogart Band.

AUG. 21 -- Al Petteway & Amy White.

AUG. 22 -- The Hard Travelers.

AUG. 28 -- The Pan American Rhythm Project.

AUG. 29 -- The Bayside Big Band.

MARYLAND HALL FOR THE

Creative Arts -- At 801 Chase St., Annapolis. Ticket prices vary. 301-261-1553 or 410-263-5544.

JUNE 5 -- (At 8) 25th anniversary Founders Day Concert.

JUNE 6 -- (At 3) Chesapeake Youth Symphony and Dinorock Productions.

JUNE 11 -- (At 8) Rickie Lee Jones.

JUNE 13 -- (At 2) Ronnie Dove.

JUNE 21 -- (At 7:30) Solazo (free).

MERRIWEATHER POST PAVILION -- On Broken Land Parkway off U.S. 29 in Columbia. Showtimes and ticket prices vary. Lollapalooza is a two-day affair. (See also the entry for the Capital Jazz Fest, above.) Order tickets from Ticketmaster, 202-397-7328 or 410-547-7328. For information, 410-715-5550 or visit www.merriweathermusic.com.

JUNE 5-6 -- Capital Jazz Fest.

JUNE 19 -- The Indigo Girls and Doug Wamble.

JUNE 24 -- Dashboard Confessional, Thrice, the Get Up Kids and Head Automatica.

JUNE 27 -- Harry Connick Jr.

JULY 3 -- Diana Krall.

JULY 10 -- Kenny Chesney, Uncle Kracker and Rascal Flatts.

JULY 14 -- The Dave Matthews Band and Galactic.

JULY 17 -- Fuel and Evenout.

JULY 20 -- 3 Doors Down, Nickelback, Puddle of Mudd and 12 Stones.

JULY 21 -- Counting Crows and the Graham Colton Band.

JULY 24 -- Evanescence, 3 Days Grace and Seether.

AUG. 6 -- The Cure, Interpol, the Rapture and Mogwai.

AUG. 7 -- Twista.

AUG. 10 -- Barenaked Ladies and Alanis Morissette.

AUG. 11 -- Sarah McLachlan and Butterfly Boucher.

AUG. 12 -- Lollapalooza, with Morrissey, Sonic Youth, PJ Harvey, Modest Mouse and others.

AUG. 13 -- Lollapalooza, with String Cheese Incident, the Flaming Lips, the Basement Jazz, Wilco, Polyphonic Spree and others.

AUG. 14 -- Live and Lake Trout.

AUG. 20 -- Norah Jones and Amos Lee.

AUG. 29 -- Bela Fleck & the Flecktones, Keller Williams and Yonder Mountain String Band.

SEPT. 17 -- Jack Johnson, G. Love & Special Sauce and Donovan Frankenreiter.

SEPT. 19 -- Travis Tritt and Diamond Rio.

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

JUNE 6 -- Navy Band Cruisers.

JUNE 13 -- The Strike-Outs.

JUNE 20 -- Montgomery Village Community Band.

JUNE 27 -- Luis Gray Percussion World.

JULY 11 -- Foggy Holler.

JULY 18 -- Air Force Airmen of Note.

JULY 25 -- Army Blues.

AUG. 1 -- The Hula Monsters.

AUG. 8 -- Air Force High Flight.

MONTPELIER MANSION -- Outdoors on Montpelier Drive at Laurel-Bowie Road (Route 197), Laurel, Fridays at 7:30. Free. 301-776-2805.

JUNE 25 -- Almost Recess.

JULY 9 -- University of Maryland Community Band.

JULY 16 -- "The Comedy of Errors," by Shakespeare in the Parks.

JULY 30 -- The Swanns.

AUG. 13 -- The Moonlighters.

OAKLAND MILLS VILLAGE CENTER -- At 5865 Robert Oliver Pl., Columbia, Wednesdays at 6. Free. 443-367-0110.

JUNE 23 -- Chuck Durfor.

JUNE 30 -- Brian Gross.

JULY 7 -- Turner, Dean of Magic.

JULY 14 -- Orlando Phillips.

OREGON RIDGE PARK -- At 13401 Beaver Dam Rd., at Exit 20-B off I-83, Cockeysville. The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra presents its "Sounds of Summer" pops concerts on July 3, 4, 10, 17 and 24. Each begins at 8 and concludes with a fireworks show. Gates open at 5. Tickets bought in advance cost $15, children under 12 $7; at the gate they are $17 and $8. For BSO tickets and information call 410-783-8000 or 800-442-1198. The park also hosts the Hot August Blues Festival Aug. 21, with Taj Mahal, Sonny Landreth and others; call 877-321-3378 or 410-472-1247.

PUBLICK PLAYHOUSE -- At 5445 Landover Rd., Cheverly, Fridays at 8. $15 per concert, $50 for series. 301-277-1710.

JULY 9 -- The Dick Morgan Quartet.

JULY 16 -- The Rumba Band.

JULY 23 -- The Keter Betts Trio.

JULY 30 -- The Buck Creek Jazz Band.

QUIET WATERS PARK -- At 600 Quiet Waters Park Rd., Annapolis, Saturdays at 6 except as noted. Free; park admission $5 per vehicle. 410-222-1777.

JULY 10 -- Annapolis Bluegrass Coalition.

JULY 17 -- Johnny & the Headhunters.

JULY 24 -- The Swingin' Swamis.

JULY 31 -- Naval Academy Electric Brigade.

AUG. 7 -- Youth Gospel.

AUG. 14 -- The Jarflys.

AUG. 21 -- The Grilled Lincolns.

AUG. 28 -- King Teddy.

SEPT. 4 -- "Ice Rink Benefit."

SEPT. 6 -- (Monday at 6) Annapolis Symphony Orchestra.

SEPT. 11 -- J.R. Booker.

SEPT. 18 -- Liz Briones.

RIVER HILL VILLAGE CENTER -- At 6030 Daybreak Circle, Columbia, Fridays at 6. Free. 443-367-0110.

JUNE 18 -- Jeff Gover.

JUNE 25 -- The Kinderman.

JULY 2 -- Jim Hossick.

JULY 9 -- Flumpa & Friends.

JULY 16 -- The Swingin' Swamis.

JULY 23 -- Blue Steele.

JULY 30 -- Magician Mr. Dave.

AUG. 6 -- The Rockin' Reasons.

AUG. 13 -- The Joe Carta Band.

AUG. 20 -- Turner, Dean of Magic.

RIVERSDALE MANSION -- At 4811 Riverdale Rd., Riverdale Park. Local musicians perform June 30, July 28 and Aug. 25 at 7. Free. 301-864-0420.

ROCKVILLE TOWN CENTER -- At Maryland and East Montgomery avenues, Rockville, Wednesday mornings at 11 and three evenings at 7:30. Free. 240-314-8600.

JUNE 9 -- Project Natale.

JUNE 16 -- The Annapolis Bluegrass Coalition.

JUNE 23 -- The Dixie Power Trio.

JUNE 30 -- Swing Speak.

JULY 7 -- Noll & Void.

JULY 14 -- Marge Calhoun.

JULY 14 -- (At 7:30) Almost Recess.

JULY 21 -- Rockfish.

JULY 21 -- (At 7:30) Great Expectations.

JULY 28 -- The Kevin Kline Band.

JULY 28 -- (At 7:30) Retrospect.

AUG. 4 -- Musical Theater Center.

AUG. 11 -- Riptide.

AUG. 18 -- The Lovejoy Group.

AUG. 25 -- Unstrung.

SEPT. 1 -- The Grandsons.

SEPT. 8 -- Rita Clarke & the Naturals.

SEPT. 15 -- Lisa Moscatiello & Rosie Shipley.

SEPT. 22 -- The Rhodes Tavern Troubadours.

SEPT. 29 -- Jeff Ball.

OCT. 6 -- Rock 'n' Roll Revue.

OCT. 13 -- The Lisa Moscatiello Band.

OCT. 20 -- The Hula Monsters.

OCT. 27 -- Red Toed Road.

ST. MARY'S COLLEGE OF Maryland -- On Route 5 in St. Mary's City, overlooking the St. Mary's River. Jeffrey Silberschlag conducts the Chesapeake Orchestra and guest artists in concerts Fridays at 7 from June 11 through July 23. Free. 240-895-2024.

SILVER SPRING URBAN DISTRICT -- At Silver Plaza, on Ellsworth Drive between Georgia Avenue and Fenton Street, Thursdays at 7. Free. 301-565-7300.

JUNE 10 -- The Midnight Movers.

JUNE 17 -- Proyecto Varela.

JUNE 24 -- The David Bach Consort.

JULY 1 -- Bill Kirchen & Too Much Fun.

JULY 8 -- Project Natale.

JULY 15 -- Alex Fox.

JULY 22 -- Miguel Botafogo & Bruce Ewan.

JULY 29 -- The Radio King Orchestra.

AUG. 5 -- Jambulay.

AUG. 12 -- Marcus Johnson.

STRATHMORE HALL ARTS CENTER -- At 10701 Rockville Pike, North Bethesda. The center hosts outdoor pop concerts in the "Washington Area Music Timeline" series Wednesdays at 7:30 and "Summer Serenades" evenings of light classics Thursdays at 7:30 except as noted; admission is free. The "Backyard Theatre" shows, on Thursday mornings as noted, are for children; tickets cost $6 (under age 3 free). And nightly from Aug. 13 to 22, classic films will be screened during the Comcast Outdoor Film Festival. 301-530-0540.

JUNE 9 -- Walter Egan.

JUNE 16 -- Grace Griffith & Pam Bricker.

JUNE 23 -- Phil Mathieu & Tom Principato.

JUNE 24 -- (At 9:30 and 11:30) Trout Fishing in America.

JUNE 30 -- Choral Arts Society of Washington and Singers for All Seasons.

JULY 1 -- (At 9:30 and 11:30) Lilo Gonzalez.

JULY 1 -- Baltimore Symphony Orchestra musicians.

JULY 7 -- The Slickee Boys.

JULY 8 -- (At 9:30 and 11:30) MilkShake.

JULY 8 -- Monumental Brass.

JULY 14 -- The Chuck Brown Band.

JULY 15 -- (At 9:30 and 11:30) Mr. Ray.

JULY 15 -- The National Philharmonic.

JULY 21 -- Patty Reese.

JULY 22 -- (At 9:30 and 11:30) Rhodes Tavern Troubadours.

JULY 22 -- American Balalaika Symphony.

JULY 28 -- Cephas & Wiggins.

JULY 29 -- (At 9:30 and 11:30) Andes Manta.

JULY 29 -- "Emergence: A Cicada Serenade," premiere of an orchestral work by David Kane.

AUG. 4 -- Sally Love & Mary Battiata.

AUG. 11 -- Rare Essence.

AUG. 18 -- (At 6) The Skylighters.

AUG. 25 -- The Rockin' Side.

SEPT. 1 -- Caldwell Gray & Friends.

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

JUNE 10 -- Annie Sidley.

JUNE 17 -- Cityscape.

JUNE 24 -- Bad Influence.

JULY 1 -- Brass Alley.

JULY 8 -- Janine Wilson.

JULY 15 -- Melanie Mason.

JULY 22 -- Cartoon Johnny.

JULY 29 -- The Rise Band.

WATKINS REGIONAL PARK -- At 301 Watkins Park Dr., Upper Marlboro. Pop and folk entertainers perform Thursdays at 7 from June 17 through Aug. 12. Free. 301-218-6700.

WHEATON REGIONAL PARK -- At 2000 Shorefield Rd., off Georgia Avenue in Wheaton, Wednesdays at 7. Free. 301-680-3803 or 240-777-6821.

JUNE 23 -- The President's Men.

JULY 14 -- Cletus Kennelly & Lori Kelley.

JULY 28 -- Navy Sea Chanters.

AUG. 18 -- Alte Kameraden German Band.

WHALEN PARK -- At 19701 Fisher Ave., Poolesville, Sundays at 7. Free. 301-428-8927 or 240-777-6821.

JULY 11 -- Bob Perilla's Big Hillbilly Bluegrass.

JULY 25 -- After Hours.

AUG. 8 -- Oh, Susannah.

AUG. 15 -- Half Shell.

WHEATON URBAN DISTRICT -- Outdoors at Reedie Drive and Grandview Avenue, Wheaton, Saturdays at 8. Free. 240-777-8115.

JULY 24 -- Jr. Cline & the Recliners with Julia Nixon.

AUG. 14 -- The Deanna Bogart Band.

WILDE LAKE VILLAGE CENTER -- At 10451 Twin Rivers Rd., Columbia, Fridays at 11:30. Free. 443-367-0110.

JUNE 18 -- Charlie E.

JUNE 25 -- Gary & the Groove.

JULY 2 -- Turner, Dean of Magic.

JULY 9 -- Flumpa & Friends.

JULY 16 -- The Kinderman.

JULY 23 -- Richard Walton.

JULY 30 -- Jim Hossick.

AUG. 6 -- Cletus Kennelly & Lori Kelley.

AUG. 13 -- Magician Mr. Dave.

AUG. 20 -- Jeff Gover.

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

JUNE 9 -- Michelle Swan.

JUNE 16 -- The Soul Tones of Swing.

JUNE 23 -- Halley Shoenberg.

JUNE 30 -- The Yvonne Johnson Duo.

JULY 7 -- Alan Oresky & Esther Haynes.

JULY 14 -- Pat Garvey.

JULY 21 -- B.G. & the Mojo Hands.

JULY 28 -- Mike Surratt.

AUG. 4 -- Steven Gellman.

AUG. 11 -- Lori Kelley & Cletus Kennelly.

AUG. 18 -- Chris Dunnett.

AUG. 25 -- The Gumption Group.

SEPT. 1 -- Rear View Mirror.

SEPT. 8 -- Susan Jones & String Shift.

SEPT. 15 -- George Spicka & Jane Lamar.

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