• Aerial view of the George Washington Memorial Parkway in the fall

    George Washington

    Memorial Parkway DC, MD, VA

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  • Lane Closures for Bridge Inspections

    Workers will close lanes of the George Washington Memorial Parkway while they inspect the Theodore Roosevelt Bridge on October 20 and the Metro bridge near I-395 on October 23. All lanes will be open during morning and afternoon rush hours. More »

  • Multiple Closures during Marathon on Sunday, October 26th

    Please visit the "Closures & Construction" page for more detailed information and for a list of alternate routes for the G.W. Parkway northbound from Rt. 50 to Rt. 123. More »

Fort Hunt Concerts

Bring a picnic and relax on the grass while local concert bands play music from a variety of genres. Concerts are at Pavilion A on Sundays from 7 pm to 8 pm.

 
National Concert Band on stage at Fort Hunt
 

June 1 Mount Vernon Dixieland Jazz Band
Music with roots in New Orleans traditional jazz

June 8 National Concert Band of America
Traditional concert band music

June 15 American Balalaika Symphony
Russian folk melodies and symphonic masterpieces

June 22 Main Street Community Band
Classical music, marches, and show tunes

June 29 Hot Society Orchestra
Prohibition and Swing era music

July 6 Mandoleers
World music on mandolins and guitars

July 13 Potomac Harmony Chorus
A cappella four-part harmony

July 20 Cosine
A blend of R&B, jazz, rock and roll, and Latin styles

July 27 Tamecca
R&B, jazz standards, pop, and rock and roll

August 3 Future Band D.C.
Hip Hop, Soul, and GoGo

August 10 Mount Vernon Concert Band
A traditional “old-time town band concert in the park” program

August 17 Old Man Band
Blues and alternative rock

August 24 Alte Kameraden
Bavarian festmusik on traditional wind instruments

August 31 Reverie Jazz Trio
Songs from Broadway plays and Hollywood films

Did You Know?

South wing of Arlington House

Arlington House was originally built as a memorial to George Washington. Construction began in 1802 and the home was finished in 1818. More...