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Hear Richie Fields at National Harbor - FREE

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  • National Harbor

    165 Waterfront Street, National Harbor, MD (map)

    38.784061 -77.016907

  • Meet at The Awakening (sculpture of man in the sand, right by the water)
  • Fellow country music fans, come join me to hear someone with a great voice!

    This free outdoor concert will be at the Plaza at National Harbor. Meet at The Awakening between 6:15 and 6:30. At 6:30 we'll walk over to where the music will be and find a place to sit. The concert runs from 7 to 9. I suggest you bring a blanket or towel to sit on.

    To make it easier to meet up, I will wear something conspicuous. On Friday I will email all those who said yes to describe what I'm wearing and to give you my cell phone number.  If you sign up and then realize you won't make it, please update your RSVP -- even if it's at the last minute -- so I don't wait for you.

    To hear Richie's music:

    Directions to National Harbor:

    Parking at National Harbor:

    Richie Fields’ smooth baritone has already given this talented singer-songwriter four well-received radio singles and a #1 music video for “Man Enough To Cry.” Known for his energetic live shows and ability to connect with his audience, Richie has toured nationally, playing at many of the country’s most renowned venues, and has opened for many of country music’s biggest names. Richie and his band opened for Darius Rucker at House of Blues in Atlantic City, NJ as well as Randy Houser and Casey James at Rams Head Live in Baltimore. They also opened the show for WPOC’s “Sunday in the Country” at Merriweather Post Pavilion in 2011, in a lineup including Josh Turner, Joe Nichols, The Band Perry, Brantley Gilbert, Steel Magnolia, Hunter Hayes, and Frankie Ballard.

    Richie has previously been acknowledged on CMA’s “Who New To Watch” list, as well as making his debut in Country Weekly magazine’s “Who’s New” feature. Richie made his national television debut on Inside Music Row and appears in the recently released motion picture “9-Ball”. He and his band will be taking a bus full of fans with them to Nashville again in June 2014, where they will perform for the 7th straight year during the CMA Music Festival.

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  • A former member
    A former member

    Who wants to carpool? I would like to get there [masked] leave from Fairfax 5ish?

    June 11, 2014

  • Joan

    Sounds fab. Wish I could go!

    June 11, 2014


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