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Mason District Park

The Fairfax County Park Authority puts on numerous entertaining and family-friendly performances throughout the summer at the many parks in the County.
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Mason District Park

The Fairfax County Park Authority puts on numerous entertaining and family-friendly performances throughout the summer at the many parks in the County.
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Fairfax Symphony Orchestra

The Fairfax Symphony performs at various venues around the County.
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Fairfax Symphony Orchestra

The Fairfax Symphony performs at various venues around the County.
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George Mason University's Center for the Arts

George Mason University's Center For The Arts plays host to many performing arts and live music performances throughout the year.
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NextStop Theatre Company

NextStop Theatre Company performing at the Industrial Strength Theatre in Herndon.
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Jammin Java

Jammin Java, in the Town of Vienna, is rated annually as one of the top 100 venues of its size in the world, and puts on concerts nearly every day of the week, sometimes with multiple shows a day.
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The State Theatre

The State Theatre, built in 1936, is a historical venue that hosts numerous concerts and comedians throughout the year.
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Wolf Trap's Children's Theatre-in-the-Woods

The Children's Theatre in the Woods, located at Wolf Trap National Park, is set amongst 117 rolling acres and features lively family-friendly performances in music, puppetry, storytelling and theater, as well as workshops for children.
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The Filene Center at Wolf Trap

Located at America's National Park for the Performing Arts, Wolf Trap's majestic Filene Center provides the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area with a magical outdoor venue for world-class performances of every genre. Operated in partnership with the National Park Service, the Filene Center houses more than 90 performances annually from late May to early September. An added bonus: you can bring your own picnic, complete with wine or beer, into the venue to enjoy on their sprawling lawn.
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Peter Frampton

World famous musicians such as Peter Frampton have all graced the stage at Wolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts.
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Workhouse Arts Center

The Workhouse Arts Center is a stunning 55-acre cultural center in Lorton, VA. Once an old prison that housed some of the women suffragists campaigning for the right to vote, this historical building has been restored and revitalized to bring arts, education, history and recreation to the community.
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