All things pop, rock, folk, blues, and jazz in Washington, D.C.'s fall popular music concert scene.
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Sharon Van Etten, Angel Olsen, Julien Baker, and Quinn Christopherson share a bill for a concert to remember.
Japanese Breakfast drops by Wolf Trap on Wednesday, June 15, for an inspired double-bill pairing with Belle and Sebastian.
Wolf Trap is back up and running with a powerful roster of June acts to kick off the summer perfectly.
Everyone from Mary Chapin Carpenter to Pink Martini to Fantasia will be making a trip to the fabled outdoor Virginia venue.
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Laura Benanti, Linda Eder, John Waite, Mwenso & The Shakes, and more!
The concert is "a celebration of musical theater and live music and the return to live theater"
The acclaimed performer promises a "very relaxed, kind of impromptu show" to celebrate a return to live music
Hearts Town expands on the bluesy, roots-oriented rock and soul sound that has propelled the duo
As Wolf Trap turns 50, Arvind Manocha reflects on his first eight years running a venue designed for the “public good.”
Other upcoming Wolf Trap highlights include Wolf Trap Opera's "Sweeney Todd" and the NSO featuring Norm Lewis
Wolf Trap's Soundwalk enhances the world-class concert venue's grounds with GPS-specific sound installations.
Wolf Trap reopens this summer, announces 50th Anniversary season