2019 Summer Fun!
Summer events and activities going on in and around Ashburn.
Most are free or very reasonably priced.
Summer Concert Series
Brambleton has the Sizzlin' Summer Concert Series starting 6/27/2018
This FREE EVENT is located on the western end of Legacy Park, with entrances at Legacy Park Dr. & Olympia Dr. and at Greenside Dr. & Olympia Dr. Concerts start at 7:30 pm, gates open at 6:00 pm. Bring your blankets and chairs, and pack a picnic or grab something delicious from one of our food trucks to enjoy a fun night of music. Don't forget your photo ID if you plan on enjoying an adult beverage.
Brambleton also has a wodnerful summer line up of events that is worth exploring.
Kids Eat free after 5 pm at Firehouse subs every Wednesday.
Season 16…The 2019 Free Summer Concert Series Starts May 10th
Broadlands Live! is free to the community and is the longest running Ashburn outdoor concert series held on the second Fridays, May-August, 6:00pm-9:30pm at Hillside Park on Waxpool Road.
Bring the whole family and join them this summer for food, fun, music and more!
BYOB, must show ID to receive wristband!
NO PETS ALLOWED, see rules for more.
South Riding Summer Concerts
Friday Nights June - August, 7-9:30
TGIF, the perfect day for rocking out! Grab your blanket and join us for a tune filled evening on the Town Green (43055 Center Street) or SRC Stage (Corner of Riding Center Dr. & Ulysses St.).
Admission is FREE. Enjoy food from local food trucks and bring your own beer or wine. You must show your ID to receive an age verified bracelet and all drinks must be kept within the fenced area.
Loudoun Station has outdoor concerts. Free concerts will be every Saturday from June 2nd through August 25th from 7-9 pm.
Acoustic on the Green: http://www.acousticonthegreen.com/. Free Concert Series. It is their 16th Season; June 8 - August 3; Every Satuday 7 pm- 830 pm. Town Hall Green, 25 West Market Street. Bring your lawn chairs and blankets. No smoking or alcoholic beverages are alloweed. No pets.
Summer Library Activities
Ashburn Library (Free)
Summer Family Friendly Movies
Many theatres off free or reduced price movies during the summer; check theatre websites for dates, times and movie titles.
Free Movie Nights Under the Stars:
Beginning at 830 pm , Loudoun County Courthouse, 18 East Market Street, Leesburg
June 21st - Trolls, July 19th - Grease, August 16th -Instant Family
Regal’s Summer Movie Express: $1 family-friendly movies on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 10am beginning June 13th. Regal Fox Theatre located at 22875 Brambleton Plaza in Brambleton.
Alamo Drafthouse Cinema at One Loudoun Summer Kids Camp (Free)
Kids Camp is an affordable way for families to watch great films together during most holiday breaks. Choose your own ticket price - $1-$3-$5 and buy your tickets online to reserve your seats in advance. 100% of ticket sales are donated to local nonprofits working to make our community a better place.
Most Kids Camp screenings are ages 3 and up, but some locations are All Ages - please check drafthouse.com for local policies. Regular no talking/texting policies apply and noisy families may be asked to leave.
Cobb Village 12 Cinemas Kids Summer Movie Escape; 10:00am Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday.
Arts and Crafts
Michael's Camp Creativity $3/30 minute sesssion for children 3+ years; Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays 10:00am – Noon; June 10 - July 26
New Crafts Each Day | New Themes Each Week | Exciting Demos
Sign up now; space is limited
Kids collect stickers and coloring pages
for every week they attend.
Parent or guardian must remain on premises.Bowling
Bowl America offers the Summer Blast Pass (Dranesville) Free – register for the summer program for free games for students and parents;
Atlantis Water Park $7 – $8.75; located in Centerville:
Volcano Island Water Park $7 – $8.75; located in Sterling:
Ida Lee Aquatics Center/Waterpark $8 - $10; located in Leesburg: Please check website for more details!Spend time at local parks
Learn more about our local parks including the WO&D trail: The Washington & Old Dominion Regional Park Trail is a multiuse biking, hiking and horseback-riding trail that runs through Ashburn on its 45-mile course from Shirlington to Purcellville. The 100-foot-wide, paved trail accommodates beginners and expert cyclists. http://nvrpa.orgFor more ideas visit the Dulles Moms website: