Arlington The Lubber Run Amphitheater presents a full three-night weekend of free live entertainment under the stars of Arlington this week. Friday night's headliner is Arlington's own Margot MacDonald whose voice gives hypnotic power to her special brand of music. Justin Trawick brings his down-home mix of folk, bluegrass and hip-hop to Lubber Run on Saturday. On Sunday evening, The Arlington Community Band makes it first visit to the Amphitheater with a selection of popular marches that will set feet tapping if not up and marching—a great family night at Lubber Run.
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Margot MacDonald is a 20-year-old with an incredible voice and undeniable songwriting talent from Arlington's Lyon Park. Visit www.sonicbids.com/margotmacdonald.
Saturday/ June 30
Justin Trawick balances between sometimes rowdy, other times consoling, forms of folk, bluegrass, and hip hop. Justin has been hitting the local clubs, coffeehouses, and bars since November 2004, expanding his range to larger venues up and down the east coast. Visit www.justintrawick.com.
The Arlington Community Band is a municipal wind and percussion ensemble based in the Ballston-Virginia Square area of Arlington. It is funded by the Arlington Adult Education Program and works to promote music education in the community. 6 p.m.