Dogue Cottage Concerts

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Three artists who performed here at Dogue Cottage this past year have made the Finalist list for the 2021 WAMMIE awards! Save the Date for the 2021 Virtual Wammie Awards Mar 28, 6-9:30pm. Tickets Here!!

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February 17th: Charity Catjammers raised (Via Zoom to YouTube) a record $3094.80 for The 25th Project. Thanks to the big hearted & talented musicians who sang and played to help our area’s homeless community.

Four bands videotape on location at Dogue Cottage to provide Christmas show footage for the Downtown Holiday Market Jumbotron. YouTube links below.

King Street Bluegrass Downtown Holiday Market
King Street Bluegrass Downtown Holiday Market
Jazz trotters downtown Holiday market
Surf Jaguars downtown Holiday market

November 14th Livestream Charity Concert: Total amount raised by King Street Bluegrass was $1,338.11 for the Standardbred Retirement Foundation

King Street Bluegrass raising funds for horse rescue

October 31st Charity Concert for the homeless. The Mason Neck Lions Club matched all donations for this Surf Jaguars show. Total $1760. You can always donate on The 25th Project’s site to help the area homeless.

Halloween show released $1760 for the homeless.

Dream Stream Virtual Art Festival Sept 19th & 20th

Surf Jaguars Labor Day fundraiser- —— donation link here—— help the Mason Neck Lions Club do their good work helping the afflicted, shut ins and the hungry in these hard times

Surf Jaguars fundraiser for Mason neck lions club
Labor Day Fundraiser Picnic

August 8th ACLU-Va fundraiser

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July 30th. Stormy day ☔️☔️ at Dogue Cottage with King Street Bluegrass!! Please enjoy part one and part two and donate to Glen Echo Park Partnership for Arts and Culture here: …so they can do their work supporting the Arts! ‬

King Street Bluegrass kept on playing
through the storm

King Street Bluegrass interviewed July 22nd on Zebra TV by celebrity Steve Houk on his “Living On Music” show: Skype based remote interview

First charit Show to benefit for Lorton Community Action Center covered by SongPo radio