For 46 years, there’s been no better place for bluegrass than Lucketts on Saturday night. The 2019-2020 concert series is underway, with an all-star collection of bands. Shows begin at 7 pm at the Lucketts Community Center, 42361 Lucketts Road in Leesburg, VA 20176. Tickets are $17 for adults, $5 for ages 3-17, cash only. For more information, including band profiles, go to luckettsbluegrass.org.
- Jan 25 – High Fidelity with Shannon Bielski and Moonlight Drive
- Feb 2 – Colebrook Road
- Feb 8 – Serene Green and Jakobs Ferry Stragglers
- Feb 15 – Joe Mullins & the Radio Ramblers
- Feb 22 – Becky Buller Band
- Feb 29 – The Hillbilly Gypsies
There are eight more shows in March and April. Click here for a printable calendar.
Americana, country, honky-tonk, bluegrass – there’s lots of great live music at the Pearl Street Warehouse in the Wharf District of Washington, DC. Here are some highlights:
- Jan 23 – SweetHearts of Americana, featuring Karen Jonas, Lauren Calve and Mink’s Miracle Medicine
- Jan 24 – Chase Tyler Band
- Jan 31 – The Tommy McGee Band
- Feb 5 – Two Ton Twig, Radii and Emma G
- Feb 7 – Better Off Dead
- Feb 20 – Billy Gilman
See the full lineup at pearlstreetwarehouse.com.
Old Town Warrenton, Virginia is a hot spot for live music, presented by the Gloria Faye Dingus Music Alliance at 92 Main Street.
- Jan 25 – The High and Wides with Songs from the Road Band
- Feb 7 – Serene Green
- Feb 15 – DC-based bluegrass, jazz, fun fusion band Pictrola is playing a benefit show. All proceeds go to support the Alliance’s mission of providing instruments and music instruction to children in need.
- Mar 28 – The Nighthawks
The DC Bluegrass Festival features Claire Lynch, Man About a Horse and the Gina Furtado Project, along with the Mid Atlantic Bluegrass Band Competition. It’s March 28 in Falls Church, VA. Details at dcbluegrassfest.org.