Concerts

All the Pavilion's concerts are free. Bring a chair or blanket and enjoy the show!

shane gamble May 14 @ 7 PM / Acoustic Tuesday with Shane Gamble Shane Gamble, who blends country, rock, pop, and Americana, will open it up with the first free Acoustic Tuesday performance. There will be plenty of room to spread out so bring your chair and bring on summer!
Jason Masi 2 - Copy (2) May 24 @ 7 PM / Acoustic Tuesday with Jason Masi Although Jason Masi got his start with the Richmond-based rock group Jubeus, his solo career focuses on acoustic soul/r&b music. He has released two well-received albums and counts Bob Marley, Sting, Bill Withers, and The Beatles among his influences. 
carleigh jane May 29 @ 3 PM / Sunday Funday Concert with Carleigh Jane Carleigh Jane is a 12 year-old acoustic musician and promising songwriter who has been singing and performing from a very young age. Starting piano lessons at age 5, professional voice instruction at age 8 and self-taught on the ukulele and acoustic guitar by 10, Carleigh began sharing her music as a solo acoustic musician at age 10. 
Darryl Marini May 31 @ 7 PM / Acoustic Tuesday with Darryl Marini Darryl, who is from Los Angeles, now lives in the Shenandoah Valley and is a skilled guitarist and vocalist. Darryl has a versatile repertoire covering classic and alt rock, jazz standards, country, and pop.
hilary veltri June 7 @ 7 PM / Acoustic Tuesday with Hilary Veltri Hilary started playing guitar at the age of 12 and soon became a self-taught keyboard player and songwriter. Most recently, she has been songwriting with Grammy-winning writers and coming into her own stylistically. She performs your favorite acoustic covers from Bob Dylan through Beyonce. 
Tender polman 2 June 14 @ 7 PM / Acoustic Tuesday with Tender Polman Tender taught himself to play guitar and piano, and began writing original songs at the age of 15. He continued playing drums for various groups in his early career, covering The Who, The Rolling Stones, Cream, and of course, The Beatles. His original music has had extensive airplay on MTV, HBO and other national video outlets. His playlist covers many popular 1960s and 70s songs.
bradley Rhodes June 21 @ 7 PM / Acoustic Tuesday with Bradley Rhodes Bradley usually performs in Elevado, a singer-songwriter duo that fuses strong vocals alongside raw and poignant lyrics and has recorded a number of songs. He sings, plays piano and guitar and performs music that isn’t defined by genre, but rather the unique composition of language and sentiment. His sound is grounded in simple, yet dynamic lyrics
Beatlegacy 2 June 25 @ 7 PM / Saturday Night Concert - Beatlegacy Beatlegacy Beatlemania and Beyond/The Ultimate Tribute, is a stunning audio/visual recreation of the greatest music ever made. The group has toured all over the world, including the famous Cavern Club during International Beatle Week in Liverpool. These musicians celebrate Beatles music with a stunning visual and audio re-creation of all eras of Beatles music.
Navy Country Currents June 26 @ 3 PM / Sunday Funday Concert with the U.S. Navy Band Country Current The United States Navy Band Country Current is the Navy's premier country-bluegrass ensemble, performing a blend of modern country music and cutting-edge bluegrass. The band utilizes banjo, acoustic guitar, electric guitar, mandolin, fiddle, electric bass, upright bass, dobro, pedal steel guitar and drum set. 
shane gamble June 28 @ 7 PM / Acoustic Tuesday with Shane Gamble Singer/songwriter Shane Gamble’s music blends country, rock, pop, and Americana.  The Maryland-based singer/songwriter released a batch of new songs on his own label, Rt. 50 Music.
gary smallwood - Copy July 5 @ 7 PM / Acoustic Tuesday with Gary Smallwood Gary Smallwood plays Classic Rock, Country Rock, soulful Blues Rock. He sometimes incorporates soul, R&B, funk, country and ‘show tunes’ into his playlist, and has shared the stage with such greats as the Marshall Tucker Band, Molly Hatchet, The Outlaws, Johnny Winter, Craig & Patrick Fuller (Pure Prairie League), Bill Payne (Little Feat), and Bret Michaels
la unica July 9 @ 6:30 PM / Summersounds Concert-La Unica
The Washington Post describes the band as a "pan-genre party band...ranging from Irish folk to Latin rhythms. Based in Washington, their 2013 debut album set them on a touring tear locking down the East Coast with their melting pot grooves.” Each year, the Center for the Arts, in partnership with Micron Technology Foundation, the City of Manassas and the Harris Pavilion offers this series of free concerts.
Lucas John July 12 @ 7 PM / Acoustic Tuesday with Lucas John
Although rooted in the South, Lucas is highly influenced by rockers like Bruce Springsteen and Bryan Adams, along with the rich storytelling of Jackson Browne and James Taylor. Lucas has co-written songs with songwriters for George Strait, Lonestar, Randy Travis, Alan Jackson, and Tim McGraw. 
NiteHawks Swing Band July 16 @ 7 PM / Saturday Night Concert-Nighthawks Swing Band
Put on your dancing shoes and listen to the Small Big Band that performs swing music and some semi-contemporary music including jazz.
kings park concert band July 17 @ 3 PM / Sunday Funday Concert with the Kings Park Concert Band
The Kings Park Band, Springfield, Virginia, was formed in 1965 with nine people, donated music, and a basement rehearsal room. It has grown to a full concert band of over 55 adults with a paid professional conductor. Programs feature typical band music, including light classics, marches, and popular compositions.
timmie metz July 19 @ 7 PM / Acoustic Tuesday with Timmie Metz
Timmie Metz plays from an extensive song list that includes classics from The Beatles, Bruce Springsteen, Billy Joel, the Rolling Stones, and many contemporary pop and country stars.
sol roots July 23 @ 6:30 PM / Summersounds Concert-Sol Roots
The Sol Roots band performs a mix of raw funk, deep blues, energetic rock, greasy soul, and hypnotic grooves. Sol is a guitarist and vocalist who has toured with many roots, funk, blues and soul legends around the world. Paying homage to the greats, and with a love of Universal Music as the guiding light, Sol steps out on a path with his own unique, powerful voice and a talented band of musicians. Each year, the Center for the Arts, in partnership with Micron Technology Foundation, the City of Manassas and the Harris Pavilion offers this series of free concerts.
Navy sea chanters July 24 @ 3 PM / Sunday Funday Concert with the U.S. Navy Band Sea Chanters
The Navy Band Sea Chanters is the United States Navy’s official chorus. The ensemble performs a variety of music ranging from traditional choral music, including sea chanteys and patriotic fare, to opera, Broadway, and contemporary music. 
sharif July 26 @ 7 PM / Acoustic Tuesday with Sharif
Sharif enjoys playing intimate solo acoustic shows of his original material, or belting out cover tunes (from Rihanna's Disturbia to Maroon 5's Won't Go Home Without You) and  has had 300 songs licensed for film or TV.  He has opened for Jason Mraz, Kenny Loggins, Rhett Miller, Rusted Root, and Blake Shelton
Silver Tones July 30 @ 7 PM / Saturday Night Concert-Silver Tones Swing Band
Do you recognize the Andrews Sisters, Glenn Miller, Harry James, or Rosemary Clooney? How about "Moonlight Serenade," "Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy," "I've Heard that Song Before," or "Mambo Italiano"? If you do, then you'd love to hear the Silver Tones Swing Band!
Mackenzie Ryan August 2 @ 7 PM / Acoustic Tuesday with Mackenzie Ryan
Singer-songwriter Mackenzie is a professionally trained vocalist and self-taught multi-instrumentalist.
Inspired by all genres, she covers a variety of songs from Etta James and The Rolling Stones to The Avett Brothers and The Lumineers. Depending on the venue, she also sings Italian opera.
257th August 7 @ 3 PM / Sunday Funday Concert with 257th U.S. Army Band 
Enjoy a free concert with "The Band of the Nation’s Capital," a unit of the District of Columbia Army National Guard. Noteworthy performances include musical support for Inaugurations, and performances around the world and across the country. 
shane gamble August 9 @ 7 PM / Acoustic Tuesday with Shane Gamble
Singer/songwriter Shane Gamble’s music blends country, rock, pop, and Americana. The Maryland-based singer/songwriter released a batch of new songs on his own label, Rt. 50 Music. 
lil maceo August 13 @ 6:30 PM / Summersounds Concert-Lil’ Maceo
International Saxophonist "Lil' Maceo" Kareem Walkes, is quickly becoming one of contemporary jazz’s most thrilling and emotive performers and continues to stand out and push boundaries as a composer and performer. Each year, the Center for the Arts, in partnership with Micron Technology Foundation, the City of Manassas and the Harris Pavilion offers a series of free concerts.
Jason Morton August 16 @ 7 PM / Acoustic Tuesday with Jason Morton
His music has been influenced by The Black Crowes, the Allman Brothers Band, Lynyrd Skynyrd, and the Marshall Tucker Band. His Southern-rock style is also influenced by rock, blues, country, and gospel. His band has shared the stage with ZZ Top, Kid Rock, Skynyrd, Eric Church, and Shooter Jennings.
Shenandoah Run August 20 @ 6:30 PM / Summersounds Concert-Shenandoah Run
The band performs traditional and contemporary folk music in a manner that delights a diverse mix of music lovers of all ages. They showcase the spirited sounds of Americana, along with the occasional country or bluegrass tune, and deliver a rousing mix of music and styles. Each year, the Center for the Arts, in partnership with Micron Technology Foundation, the City of Manassas and the Harris Pavilion offers a series of free concerts.
Washington Balalaika Society August 21 @ 3 PM / Sunday Funday Concert-Washington Balalaika Society
The Washington Balalaika Society was founded in 1988 by a group of Washington-area musicians interested in studying and performing the music of Russia, Ukraine and eastern Europe on traditional Russian folk instruments: the balalaika, domra, bayan, and related folk wind and percussion instruments. 
Brian Harris August 23 @ 7 PM / Acoustic Tuesday with Brian Harris
Brian can transition from Marvin Gaye to an original song or from Coolio to the Pokemon Theme Song and back to original music in the course of his concerts. He sings, plays guitar and bass, and writes music.
PW Community band August 28 @ 3 PM / Sunday Funday Concert-Prince William Community Band
Quality performances are volunteered by community musicians ranging from active or retired professional musicians and educators to skilled amateurs fresh out of high school. For audiences of all ages, PWCB members share their love of the spine-tingling inspiration in brass, woodwind, and percussion instrumental music.
Garrett mabe August 30 @ 7 PM / Acoustic Tuesday with Garrett Mabe
Garrett, a singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist from Baltimore, plays live acoustic tunes of original songs as well as some covers of your favorites.
Quimbao September 3 @ 6:30 PM / Summersounds Concert-Quimbao Latin Band
With over 20 years of experience as a professional band, Quimbao plays a variety of Latin styles, including Latin jazz, Salsa, Merengue, Cumbia, Bachata, Rock, plus a few classic American dance tunes to keep you in motion! Each year, the Center for the Arts, in partnership with Micron Technology Foundation, the City of Manassas and the Harris Pavilion offers this series of free concerts.
Manassas Symphony September 4 @ 3 PM / Sunday Funday Concert-Manassas Symphony Orchestra 
Its diverse blend of local and national artists, great music, unique programs, and family-friendly atmosphere is designed to delight both long-time patrons and newest audience members, bringing the experience and excitement of live orchestral performances to families.
shane gamble September 6 @ 7 PM / Acoustic Tuesday with Shane Gamble
Singer/songwriter Shane Gamble’s music blends country, rock, pop, and Americana. The Maryland-based singer/songwriter released a batch of new songs on his own label, Rt. 50 Music. 
20211008_190442 October 8 @ 7 PM / Saturday Night Concert-Special Occasions Band
The dance floor is always crowded when the Special Occasions Band performs its blend of R and B, smooth jazz, neo soul, Blues, Top 40, Reggae and more.



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