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Wednesday, August 09, 2006

Arts Al Fresco in the Post

Check out what the Washington Post had to say about one of my favorite summer time activities in Arlington - outdoor concerts at Lubber Run Amphitheatre.

"One could be forgiven for driving right past Lubber Run Amphitheatre. The venue is tucked off a quiet street in a residential Arlington neighborhood that wouldn't otherwise see much traffic.
But if you open your car windows and listen for music, you'll find the spot. Arlington County has more than 100 free, outdoor performances scheduled as part of its Arts al Fresco series, with most of the nighttime performances here, in a concrete amphitheater enveloped by towering trees and meandering bike trails.'

Unfortunately, the Post caught on a bit late to this great summer time activity and the season is almost over. But go to the Arlington Arts website and sign-up for their newsletter to get the full schedule in the future. Or just stay tuned to the What's Up Arlington! newsletter for the highlights.


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