7:30 p.m. Friday evenings at the Old Frederick County Courthouse in downtown historic Winchester, VA
|Since 1976, the Bluemont Concert Series has presented more than 5,000 high-quality events to a combined audience of more than 2 million in 68 communities in northwest and central Virginia. With steady growth, Bluemont has become a major public-private coalition of communities in the region.
We are a private, nonprofit corporation governed by a volunteer board of directors, managed by a small but efficient professional staff, and supported by a coalition of 20 local jurisdictions, 350 businesses and civic organizations, and more than 2,500 families, friends, and neighbors.
Throughout the year, Bluemont presents a wide variety of community events such as school concerts, workshops and assemblies; performances in hospitals and nursing homes; public concerts on the green; oldtime country dances, and special events around the region. These wonderful and affordable events have become part of the fabric of community life in communities throughout Virginia.
Warren Green Building
10 Hotel Street
Warrenton, VA 20186
- From I-66. exit onto Route 29 South toward Warrenton;
- Follow Route 29/Route 15 to the second Warrenton exit, Meetz Road, Route 643 (c. 12 miles)
- At bottom of exit, turn right and proceed west toward Warrenton one block to stop sign
- Cross intersection onto Lee Street and follow it six blocks to Culpeper Street (next stop sign)
- The concerts are located at the corner of Culpeper Street and Hotel Street
Google Map to location
Culpeper Street is blocked off to vehicular traffic between Lee Street and Washington Street on Bluemont nights, so please use the public parking off West Lee Street and walk to the concert site.
Taylor Middle School
350 E Shirley Ave, Warrenton, VA 20186
We prefer to hold Bluemont concerts outside if possible. Summer weather can change quickly and is sometimes hard to predict. Always go to the outdoor concert site first; if the concert has moved, proceed to the nearby indoor site. Decision to move indoors will be posted at site and broadcast over local radio stations.
Historic Warrenton and Fauquier County have many quaint and interesting places to visit. A walk down our lovely sidewalks past picturesque old commercial buildings and beautifully maintained homes reminds us of the rich traditions of our past.
There are wonderful restaurants, country inns, bed and breakfasts, and shops of all kinds and a wealth of history here in both Warrenton and Fauquier County.
Warrenton-Fauquier County Visitor Center
800-820-1021 or 540-341-0988
Date(s) - Jul 2
Warren Green Building