Alice Ferguson Foundation
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Mark your Calendars for 7/23/22, Saturday evening, 7:30-9:30PM for the Grand Re-Opening of the Ferguson Amphitheater with the first Concerts in the Woods*, since 2019! Lynn Hollyfield with Steve Wolf, Good Gravy, Mina Karima and Levi Shotwell
Admission: $15, Kids 12 and under $10. Come join us and hear music under a beautiful canopy of trees-our own little ‘Wolf Trap’ in the woods with performances by these artists! Rain or Shine* Advance Ticket Sales available at this link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/
Levi Shotwell Local, aspiring, prolific teen guitar player and singer packs a powerful performance and will set the stage for a great evening of music.
Mina Karimi is a multi-media artist: a dabbler in all, master of none, maker of images, songs, stories, gatherings, and spaces. Born in Iran, raised in Alexandria, studied at UVA and Parsons, but gained more knowledge from galloping about the globe. Mina is still learning, still Dreaming with a capital D, and endlessly curious. Mina, currently recovering from a decade of intense capitalism, finds great joy and healing in sharing music.
Good Gravy Chris, Bonnie and Jake Aills, Logan Kistler and Ralph Parkinson Dueling guitars, banjo, harmonica, mandolin and harmonies that span Americana, Bluegrass, HonkiTonk and Blues. Good Gravy are longtime friends and family who are steeped in a diverse blend of musical influences from South of the Carolina’s, Mountains of WV, Kentucky and the DMV. Through their travels and experiences, Good Gravy creates an innovative recipe from the heart and home place, with a generous scoop of fun.
Lynn Hollyfield with Steve Wolf Lynn Hollyfield, Singer-songwriter continues on her journey of capturing our world and the connections we share with a gentle sensitivity and powerful presentation. Her music has a ‘feel good, timeless vibe,’ and an eclectic feel as she writes in various genres of contemporary folk, blues and jazz. “Your music is the golden thread – your voice sews your audience to you.” *Diane Parks, poet. Steve Wolf, bass player extraordinaire and amphitheater favorite, will join Lynn on her set.
*Rain or Shine: In case of inclement weather, the concert will be held at the Moyaone Community Building, 2311 Bryan Point Road, Accokeek, MD 20607 (2 minutes from the amphitheater)