As the seasons change, so does the schedule at Wolf Trap.
Although it’s currently still warm outside, and outdoor concerts are being held throughout the region through September, it’s time to start planning for which shows you’ll attend in the fall and winter seasons.
At Wolf Trap, fall marks the transition from outdoor summer concerts at the Filene center to the warmth of The Barns for fall and winter shows indoors. The first set of performances for The Barns at Wolf Traps’ 2019 to 2020 season were recently announced, featuring Sutton Foster, Pat McGee BAnd, Ronnie Spector & The Ronettes and more.
All tickets are now on sale to the public. Other performers on the schedule include The Quebe Sisters, a 30th anniversary celebration of John Eaton, Jefferey Kahane, Eileen Ivers, 1964: The Tribute, Joan Osborne and Aoife O’Donovan.
For more information, or to purchase tickets, visit wolftrap.org/calendar.
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