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"Music for the Soul"
A prime concert venue in the city, Veterans Park has played host a number of famous artists, since its inception. Built to commemorate the city's veterans, this sizable park, is a hot-spot for numerous cultural activities, outdoor events and concerts. Featuring gigs and concerts by some of the most popular local and international bands, this is a venue that's always packed with excitement. With big names from the music industry such as Kevin Basiliko, Karen Collins and The Skillets, amongst the list of artists to have performed here, this is truly a main-event stage in the city.
7898 Woodmont Avenue, Bethesda, MD, United States, 20814
"Music for the Soul"
A prime concert venue in the city, Veterans Park has played host a number of famous artists, since its inception. Built to commemorate the city's veterans, this sizable park, is a hot-spot for numerous cultural activities, outdoor events and concerts. Featuring gigs and concerts by some of the most popular local and international bands, this is a venue that's always packed with excitement. With big names from the music industry such as Kevin Basiliko, Karen Collins and The Skillets, amongst the list of artists to have performed here, this is truly a main-event stage in the city.
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7898 Woodmont Avenue
Bethesda, MD, United States, 20814
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