This time next Sunday, we’ll be ushering in the fall. So opportunities to enjoy the outdoors are dwindling. Today, Sunday, Sept. 15, your family can catch a free outdoor concert at the Workhouse Arts Center in Lorton.
The last day of summer is Sept. 21. Or, you can look at it this way: The first day of fall is Sept. 22. Patch has found something for you to do each day as we count down until summer passes us by.
Check our events calendar to see what’s happening in our community, and add your own events!
The Sunset Serenade includes a performance of Golden Age Broadway classics by the Workhouse’s cabaret performers and special guests. Also, there will be opportunities to chat with the cast, crew and volunteers about the performing arts program at the center.
The concert is free, but there is a $20 suggested contribution. Light refreshments will be served and a beer and wine cash bar will be available. The center is located at 9601 Ox Road, Lorton.
The event begins at 3:30 p.m. on the Quad, with the concert beginning at 4 p.m. The event may be postponed or moved indoors, depending on the weather. Call 703-584-2900 for updates.
Do you have a favorite musical event of the summer? Share it with us in the comments section below.
More Days of Summer:
- 24 Days of Summer: Time Enough for Free Music
- 23 Days of Summer: Time for Campfire S’Mores
- 22 Days of Summer: Time for Free Jazz and Blues
- 21 Days of Summer: Time for an Outdoor Movie
- 20 Days of Summer: Time for Labor Day Festivals
- 19 Days of Summer: Time for a Bike Ride
- 18 Days of Summer: Time for Outdoor Exercise
- 17 Days of Summer: Time for a Cheap Wagon Ride
- 16 Days of Summer: Time for a Free, Very Cool Rocket Launch
- 15 Days of Summer: Time for Your Dog to Dive in the Pool
- 14 Days of Summer: Time for Free Date Night With Harry and Sally
- 13 Days of Summer: Time for Monday Night Football
- 12 Days of Summer: Time for an 80s Flashback With Depeche Mode
- 11 Days of Summer: Time for 9/11 Commemorations in Virginia
- 10 Days of Summer: Time for Milking Cows and Feeding Farm Animals
- 9 Days of Summer: Time for Riverbank Fishing (or DIY Fishing Tall Tales)
- 8 Days of Summer: Time to Watch Fire Eating and Sword Swallowing