Music

Come rock out with some awesome live music! We're bringing in even more local favorites on two stages: the Beer + Wine Garden Stage located in the parking lot adjacent to Gold's Gym on Wilson Blvd and the Ballston Point Live Sound Stage located on the corner of Monroe St and Wilson. Don't miss this year's headliners, White Ford Bronco (pictured above) on the Mix 107.3 Sound Stage presented by Clark Construction. 

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MIX 107.3 SOUND STAGE PRESENTED BY CLARK CONSTRUCTION:

Noon to 1pm - Broke Royals
1:30-2:15pm - Jumpin' Jupiter
2:45-3:30pm - Turtle Recall
4:00-4:45pm - Darby Brothers
5:00-6:00pm - White Ford Bronco

BALLSTON POINT SOUND STAGE:

Noon-12:30pm - Brad Doggett
1-2:15pm - Lost Growlers
2:45-4pm - Lucy's Letdown
4:30-6pm - Most Savage Gentlemen

VIP LOUNGE:

1-1:30, 2:15-2:45, 3:30-4pm - Brad Doggett

 

Broke Royals

Seamlessly integrating traditional rock with new digital elements, the guitar-driven rock, pop hooks, and Colin Cross’ infectious beats fuse gracefully with Philip Basnight's lyrical narratives. The songs are a mix of fictional and autobiographical stories of young adulthood. Stories about love and loss, hope and fear, and setbacks and perseverance. While the characters found on the album are often lost, or even misguided, they are always moving towards something hopeful. They keep falling up and Broke Royals’ debut album is their victory lap.

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Turtle Recall

Hailing from Washington, DC, Turtle Recall is known for their medleys and mashups of top 40, rock, 90s, oldies and country hits.

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Jumpin' Jupiter

Jumpin' Jupiter, long hailed by many as one of Virginia's premiere rockin' and rollin' rockabilly outfits, landed in the Falls Church area sometime in the summer of '92. Since then, they have played from N.Y.C. to North Carolina, unleashing some of the most powerful and energetic performances ever seen on the East Coast! 

This four-piece outfit has pulled up rock + roll by its roots and propelled it far into orbit with fuel to spare! Louie Newmeyer (Rockville, MD) on upright bass and Doug Hoekstra (San Antonio, TX) on drums lay down a solid rhythm that'll make any average human get to slammin', swingin', or just fhufflin' around the room. Guitarist Patrick Cavanaugh flies his twangin' Telecaster in and out and all around that crazy beat with the force of a runaway locomotive. Born and raised in the Washington, D.C. area, Patrick has played along-side such local favorites as Billy Hancock, Johnny Seaton and the legendary Danny Gatton. The band is fronted by Jay Jenc (Washington, D.C.) who delivers some of the most sincere yet frantically kinetic vocals ever witnessed. 
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Darby Brothers

Inspired by masterful rock bands of the 70's & 80's, the Darby Brothers grew up listening to many of the songs still played on the radio today.  Five brothers, from three different mothers, thrown together in a life journey to inspire and speak through music. They grew up together, went to school together, hang out together and share a passion for great music. 

The Darby Brothers recreate epic songs from Journey, Zeppelin, Boston, Eagles, The Doors, Guns n' Roses, Tom Petty and many more.

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White Ford Bronco

Long a mere dream kicking around in the overactive imaginations of its founders, White Ford Bronco officially came into being in the Spring of 2008. Since then our five member ensemble has been sparking bouts of flannel-laden, slap-bracelet-snapping, pog-playing, big-butt-loving nostalgia across the Washington, D.C. area that we call home. If you're longing for the days when Danny Tanner could solve everything with a hug and presidential scandals only involved ruining a marriage, allow us to take you on a musical journey to that magical last decade of the 20th century. Whatever flavor -- be it Alternative, Rock, Pop, R&B, Hip Hop, or Country -- if it's 90s, we'll play it.

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