Taking advantage of Phase 3 of reopening’s opening of entertainment locations, Arlandria music venue The Birchmere (3701 Mt Vernon Avenue) is back with new shows planned every Friday and Saturday.
The Birchmere website notes that some changes are in effect for the location. Masks are required when visitors are not seated — such as in the bathroom or when entering or exiting the building. Tickets now also have an additional $5 fee. Tickets for all shows are $15 and available online or at the box office on the day of the show.
Owner Gary Oelze said on the website that he hopes for operations at The Birchmere to be back to normal by August.
In other ways, though, the venue remains the same. The location has free parking, general admission, and no minimums on food or beverage purchases.
- Fri. July 17: Skinny Wallace
- Sat. July 18: Jumpin’ Jupiter
- Fri. July 24: The Nighthawks
- Sat. July 25: Free Flowing Musical Experience
- Fri. July 31: The Roadducks
Photo via The Birchmere
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