Loudoun’s Weekend Guide: November 18-20
It’s Friday! Thank goodness. It’s been a crazy week and I can’t wait to celebrate in Loudoun with some great entertainment from art and music to a comedy show! Don’t forget to share your weekend in Loudoun memories with us by using #LoveLoudoun
To the Finish – Until November 27
Make a trip to the National Sporting Library & Museum in Middleburg for The Art Process of Greg Montgomery. The show of thirty-five fine art prints and preparatory materials features Montgomery’s early serigraphs (silkscreen prints), drawings, and cut-paper studies as well as giclées printed with the innovative ink-jet printing technology which was embraced by fine art print makers by the mid-1990s for the resulting realistic colors, detail, and faithfulness to the original medium. Get a glimpse into the processes of this great artist!
Lucketts Bluegrass Concert – November 19
The Annual Lucketts Bluegrass Concert Series is in full swing this year and this weekend is no different. With six SPBGMA awards, 11 albums, and a well-attended bluegrass festival, Nothin Fancy has a dedicated fan base. A fixture on the bluegrass scene, this Virginia band continues to entertain and delight bluegrass audiences. You can see them in Lucketts this weekend!
The Capitol Steps – November 19
The Capitol Steps, a Washington DC-based comedy troupe that began as a group of Senate Staffers, will present a show based on songs from their album What to Expect When Youre Electing. A Washington, DC institution for over thirty years, they provide a unique blend of musical and political comedy. Each show consists of tasteful lampooning guaranteed to leave both sides of the political spectrum laughing.
As always, check out our events calendar to stay up to date on what is going on in Loudoun. Here are some other great events this weekend:
Picturing English Pastimes: National Sporting Library & Museum – Until January 15
Cheers to 8 Years: Sunset Hills Vineyard – November 19 & 20
Loudoun Soccer Ball – November 19
Hangover Brunch: Lost Rhino Retreat – November 20