14 things to do this week: June 18-24

The 10th Annual Firefly Festival, the Fourth Annual Jazz on the Vine and the Great American Campout at Sky Meadows State Park.

Jazz on the Vine // Photo courtesy of Lorrie Penn Hunter

Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo
Tuesday, 8 p.m.
Founded in 1974, this all-male dance troupe provides the best of both worlds—classical ballet and comedic relief. The company proves that it is possible for male dancers to do everything that female dancers can do, including dancing en pointe. The “Trocks” have performed in over 500 cities in 33 countries. // Filene Center at Wolf Trap: 1551 Trap Road, Vienna

Til the World Turned Upside Down: Uniforms of the American Revolutionary War
Thursday, 7 p.m.
Put yourself in the shoes of the American Revolution’s soldiers—or better yet, their uniforms. Try on historically accurate reproductions of 18th-century garb that American, British, French and German troops would have worn to the battlefield. Chris Daley, clothing manager for the Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation, will provide further insight into their historical significance. // The Lyceum: 201 S. Washington St., Alexandria  

Steven Tyler and the Loving Mary Band featuring the Sisterhood Band
Thursday, 8 p.m.
Share a legendary night with one of the most legendary and profound singers of all time. Songs like “Dream On” and “Walk This Way” will transport you to a time when music was forever changed by this unique and powerful voice. // Filene Center at Wolf Trap: 1551 Trap Road, Vienna

Dog Day at the Winery
Friday, 5-8 p.m.
Come out with your furry friend and enjoy your favorite wine. There will be wine specials to benefit Homeward Trails Animal Shelter, who will also provide adoptable dogs at the event. There will be local dog businesses, a treat bar, a puppy pool and a ball pit for dogs to enjoy. // The Winery at La Grange Haymarket: 4970 Antioch Road, Haymarket

10th Annual Firefly Festival
Friday, 7:30-9:30 p.m.
Fireflies are one of the trademarks of summer, so celebrate them at this annual event where you can learn about how they light up and participate in activities that include bug hunts, games and crafts. Watch the sun go down only to have the night light up with these natural lights. // Fort C.F. Smith Park: 2411 24th St. N, Arlington

Fourth Annual Well Ray Festival
Saturday, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
Health and wellness practitioners will offer several services and tutorials that gear towards overall lifestyle improvement: therapeutic massages, blood pressure screenings and meditation to name a few. There will also be tents featuring athletic clothing from local stores and boutiques. Be sure to bring a mat to participate in the many fitness sessions that will be taking place throughout the day. // Del Ray: Mount Vernon Ave., Alexandria

Great American Campout
Saturday, noon–Sunday, noon
S’mores, nature hikes, hearth cooking demonstration and a fishing in the parks program are just a few of the events that last 24 hours for the Great American Campout. First time and experienced campers can enjoy the beautiful historic Mount Bleak in a memorable camping experience. // Sky Meadows State Park: 11012 Edmonds Lane, Delaplane

“We Are One” Juneteenth: A Day of Remembrance
Saturday, noon-7 p.m.
Celebrating African American Freedom Day and commemorating the last American slaves to be freed, New City fellowship invites all to join them with a day of presentations and performances that are free and open to all. // New City Fellowship: 200 Prince Edward St., Fredericksburg

Ultimate Kids Meals for Adults Cooking Class
Saturday, 2 p.m.
Learn how to tweak childhood favorites like mac ‘n cheese, grilled cheese and tomato soup to make them slightly more mature dishes, like by incorporating lobster into those classic cheesy noodles. The class costs $79 per person. // Salamander Resort & Spa: 500 N. Pendleton St., Middleburg

Occoquan Recreated: A Grand Reopening!
Saturday, 2:30-8:30 p.m.
Enjoy the new advancements and renovations of Occoquan Regional Park at this free, festival-styled event. New renovations include an event center, a cafe, a 5k trail and more. Come for a day of live music and food, and enjoy the unveiling with your family and community. // Occoquan Regional Park: 9751 Ox Road, Lorton

Fourth Annual Jazz on the Vine
Saturday, 3-8:30 p.m.
Included in this event’s ticket price ($60 before June 22 and $75 at the door) is a wine tasting and live music performance by the jazz group Let it Flow. Feel free to bring your own chair, blanket or picnic basket or upgrade your experience by purchasing a sponsorship package. All proceeds will support Loudoun County youth through scholarships. // Breaux Vineyards: 36888 Breaux Vineyards Lane, Purcellville

Travis Tritt
Saturday, 7 p.m.
The Grammy Award-winning country crooner who has been placed in the same gang as country music greats like Garth Brooks, Clint Black and Alan Jackson takes to the stage covering his 25-year career with music that dominated the charts in the ‘90s and his latest album, A Man and His Guitar. // Marks & Harrison Amphitheater: 5030 Gordon W. Shelton Blvd., Fredericksburg

Tony Bennett
Saturday, 8 p.m.
At 91 years old, the singer’s career is one of the most long-standing and successful today. The musical legend has earned 19 Grammy Awards throughout his career, while still pursuing other areas of interest. As a painter, three of his works are part of Smithsonian Museums’ permanent collections and the United Nations awarded him their “Citizen of the World” award for humanitarian efforts. // Filene Center at Wolf Trap: 1551 Trap Road, Vienna

Pops for Pets
Sunday, 6-7:30 p.m.
The Arlington Philharmonic will perform for man and man’s best friend once again, as Lubber Run Amphitheater will host the fifth annual Pops for Pets concert. This free concert celebrates the work of the Animal Welfare League of Arlington. All pets are welcome. // Lubber Run Amphitheater: North 2nd Street & North Columbus Street, Arlington

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