Looking for evening or weekend plans? Montgomery County, Maryland has more to offer than outdoor fun and shopping options. Montgomery County is home to numerous state-of-the-art theatres and concert venues. From larger concert halls to intimate stages and local theatres, the county has what you need for the perfect night on the town.
The Music Center and Mansion at Strathmore
Located just north of the beltway on Rockville Pike, Strathmore is home to world-class performing and visual arts. With 16 acres, three venues, and eight presenting partners, Strathmore is broader than a campus and bigger than just a performance hall. Designed for audiences of many tastes, it has featured performances by Tony Bennett, Morrissey, Brian Wilson, the Culture Club and many more. Strathmore is a reflection of Montgomery’s artistic community and is an opportunity to get closer to arts.
The Fillmore in Silver Spring
Located in the heart of Silver Spring, the Fillmore brings a dynamic, first-class music, entertainment, and community-use venue to the downtown Silver Spring area. For more than 40 years, the legendary Fillmore has hosted some of the most influential artists in music and their fans. With a capacity of 2,000, the Fillmore offers an array of diverse live music programming.
AMP by Strathmore
AMP is Strathmore’s newest venue located in the thriving and rapidly building Pike & Rose, an urban-minded, Metro-accessible neighborhood on Rockville Pike. AMP is a unique contemporary venue for events, great music and food, with innovative drinks and cuisine. With a capacity of up to 240, the venue puts a premium on authentic, intimate, live music experiences, bringing new energy beyond the Beltway.
Olney Theatre Center
The award-winning Olney Theatre features a wide range of professional musical and play productions year-round that entice a broad range of artists, audiences and students. One of two state theaters of Maryland, Olney Theatre Center is situated on 14 acres with easy access to the Washington-Baltimore-Frederick areas.
2019 Summer of Music Line-Up
Maryland’s “Summer of Music” returns with a range of traditional favorites to brand new festivals ready to ht some high notes. This tourism initiative aims to highlight Maryland’s diverse music scene with more than 20 multi-day music festivals held around the state from May to September.
Montgomery County is proud to be hosting the following festivals:
- Hometown Holidays Music Festival, Rockville (May 25-27)
- Washington Folk Festival, Glen Echo (June 1-2)
For the complete line up visit www.visitmaryland.org/summerofmusic.