The newly announced concept will include pre-recorded streaming performances for performing arts enthusiasts of all ages, keeping locals entertained all summer long.
Although families won’t be able to enjoy Wolf Trap’s programs in person this summer, they still have plenty of opportunity to access the organization’s educational tools online.
Due to the widespread effects of the coronavirus throughout the DC metro area, the performing arts venue’s three stages will remain empty through September for the first time in almost 50 years.
From The Head and the Heart to Greensky Bluegrass, nearly all of the concerts at the beloved outdoor venue have been pushed back.
Wolf Trap is currently working with artists to reschedule performances; and more info to know about recent postponements.
This annual sell-out event will feature dishes from Cathal Armstrong, a James Beard Award nominee, and wine hand-selected by Jarad Slipp, a master sommelier.