A solo acoustic show at a gorgeous winery.
Come enjoy a beautiful fall evening under the stars, with live music from Abigail York Flowers and Emma Rowley.
Coffee and desserts will be served for donations benefiting Gateway's youth mission to trip Guatemala. We can't wait to see you all there!
About the Artists:
Emma Rowley is a singer, songwriter and recording artist. She strives to encapsulate moments and feelings with illuminating lyrics and carefully crafted pop melodies to further transport her listeners into her world or simply create a soundtrack for their day-to-daydreamy life. Visit her website at: http://www.emmarowley.com
Abigail Flowers is a jazz vocalist from Nashville, TN. She combines the sweet sound of the baritone ukulele with her warm, precise vocal tone to create a musical experience that is both original and familiar at the same time. Visit her website at: http://www.abigailflowersmusic.com/
Over thirty Loudoun County Musicians are coming together for a day of music at 868 Estate Vineyards! Your favorite musicians will be sharing the stage as they perform solo and in combination with each other. Spend the day hanging out with the musicians you know and love from around the county.
To keep you going, we'll have wine, beer, wine slushies, food from The Grill at 868 and Food Trucks. Spend the entire day with us at 868!
This concert is free, but a $10 donation is suggested to go to our fund for helping developing musicians in our area.
Todd Brooks has put together an incredible line up of musicians including:
Emma Rowley * Jimmy Lee * Deane Kern * Todd Brooks and Mark Cooper * Chris Timbers * Mike Fowell of Quasi Flannel and Those Guys * Stealing Dawn * Joey and The Waitress * Steve George, Steve Boyd and Gordy Smith of Steve George and Friends * Quasi Flannel * Those Guys * Will Shepherd * Jim Steele * Bill Kitt of The Wandering Peacocks * Hillary Veltri * Jeff and Jan * The Spruce Brothers * Voodoo Blues * Chris Mangione of Mangione and Benton * Caleb Madley * Mike Clement * Joey Hafner of Ghost Pepper and Those Guys * Mike Ault and Cynthia Tremeau of The Tremault Band * Mark Cullinane * Gary Smallwood * Nathaniel Davis * Andrew O’Day * Pete Lapp * Anthony Semaio * Ken Wenzel * Jason Masi * Lenny Burridge * Laurie Mangold * Julie Kasdorf * Phil Rossi
Emma will be performing street-side!
Washington’s next great meeting place has finally arrived. The Wharf brings dazzling water views, hot new restaurants, year-round entertainment, and waterside style all together in one inspiring location. It’s the most exciting neighborhood in the history of the nation’s capital.
Whether you’re driving in from far away or coming from downtown DC, getting to The Wharf is easy—we’re just off I-395/I-695 and 7th Street SW. And parking is now even more convenient with our new garage off Maine Avenue SW, open 24 hours every day.
Open daily for lunch and dinner, The Ugly Mug serves top-quality classic American favorites like Mini Cheeseburgers and Brick Oven Pizzas. With its casual atmosphere, great food and 24 beers on tap, The Ugly Mug is just the place to relax and unwind. You can do it all. Watch your favorite sporting event, visit with old friends and meet new ones.
The Ugly Mug is located only 10 blocks from the new Nationals Stadium which makes an easy getaway after the game from the metro crowd. The Ugly Mug is where to come on Capitol Hill to have a good time!
A huge hit last year, Emma Rowley is back with her Friends to share their smooth jazz vocals and big band sound. Join Emma for a delicious evening of glamour and sultry singing as the sun sets behind the vineyard and the fireflies come out to celebrate the mid-summer evening with us.
This is an outside concert with twinkling lights and great tunes. You are welcome to bring lawn chairs and blankets for seating. We also have picnic tables available on a first come basis. Fire pits and s’mores complete the scene! Wine, beer, and dinner from our food truck will all be available.