No, there’s no place to go hear music in the Washington area.  But here’s a reminder of where to go when the restrictions are listed.

For 46 years, there’s been no better place for bluegrass than Lucketts on Saturday night.  The 2019-2020 concert series featured an all-star collection of bands, performing at the Lucketts Community Center, 42361 Lucketts Road in Leesburg, VA 20176.  For more information, including band profiles, go to luckettsbluegrass.org.  All March and April shows were canceled in line with recommendations from the CDC and Virginia Department of Health; watch for announcement of the next season beginning in October.

Americana, country, honky-tonk, bluegrass – there’s lots of great live music at the Pearl Street Warehouse in the Wharf District of Washington, DC.  Like all restaurants in Washington, DC, Pearl Street Warehouse is closed temporarily to control the spread of coronavirus disease.  Pearl Street Warehouse is offering a take-out menu, and streaming performances, and a playlist of quarantunes.  Check the website.

Old Town Warrenton, Virginia is a hot spot for live music, presented by the Gloria Faye Dingus Music Alliance at 92 Main Street.  Check their website for information on the resumption of live music.

Check our festival roundup for events in your area.  We are keeping track of cancellations and postponements, and updating the calendar daily.  Listen to A Bluegrass Morning for Jonathan Fine’s updates on festivals and shows.