Live from the Lawn: Aaron Abernathy
Wednesday, August 28, 2019, 7pm
This concert has been moved into the Music Center lobby due to weather. Please leave coolers and chairs in cars, but feel free to bring a small blanket! Stroller parking is available by the Coat Room. Please note that admission is first come, first serve and limited to our maximum allowable capacity for the space.
Live from the Lawn
Pianist and soul singer Aaron Abernathy began his journey studying jazz piano at Howard University. He served as the musical director for global touring acts Black Milk and Slum Village and collaborated with Grammy-nominated artists including Jack White, The Foreign Exchange, and Eric Roberson. As a solo artist, Abernathy presents a modern take on classic soul, pairing socially conscious themes with sensual melodies that are uplifting and inspiring.
Free! No tickets needed. Check out the full Live from the Lawn free summer outdoor concert lineup.
PARKING $5.20 in Metro garage, payable with credit or SmarTrip card.
For Strathmore Members at the 2 Star level and above, or persons with disabilities, present your VIP passes or disability tags for free parking in the Mansion lot on a space-available basis before 7pm.
DINING Enjoy summer favorites like barbecue, tacos, and sangria from Ridgewells’ Tempo Tent starting at 5:30pm. Food service ends at 7:30pm. Picnics are also welcome, but please note that that due to Montgomery County law, all alcohol must be purchased on site.
SEATING Low-rise chairs and small coolers welcome outside only. No pets, please.
WEATHER If inclement weather is predicted by mid-afternoon, concerts are moved indoors. Check Strathmore’s Facebook page or back here at www.strathmore.org for up-to-date information.
Strathmore is a smoke-free campus.
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