Summertime in Loudoun County carries a certain melody.

It’s the soft crescendo of curious birds calling out to the morning sun, the percussion of flip flops strolling along the sidewalk, the background hum of singing bugs hovering around the bushes, the crackle and rumble of tires on a gravel road accompanied by the whoosh of windows down, the harmony of friends’ distinct laughs over a shared joke, the soft pop of a cork followed by the delicate chime of cheers-ing glasses, the strum of a local musician on a patio downtown drifting through the evening air. Together, these heartbeats of a Loudoun summer are the song of happy memories in the making.

Put Loudoun County on your summertime playlist and celebrate the joy we hear in our county’s summer song at Visit Loudoun’s first music festival! Tune into some record-breaking fun on August 17th at The Lindsay Volkswagen of Dulles Summer of Love Music Festival, presented by iHeartRadio!


Keep your summer rocking on with headliner, Michael Glabicki of Rusted Root and his new band, Uprooted! Grab a limited-edition Summer of Love beer by from hosts, B Chord Brewing Company, or a glass of one of Tarara Winery’s Summer of Love wines and sway to a  lineup of local musicians, singers and songwriters: The Todd Wright Band, The Band - Changed and Hungry On Monday. Our favorite food trucks, including Ford's Fish Shack, JolliJava, Two Smooth Dudes and The Frenchman, will also roll up to B Chord to serve up tasty festival fare!

Ready to get your hands on a Festival ticket?

They’re just $10 in advance (children under 2 are free) and $15 at the door, with a portion of the proceeds spreading love to Loudoun Hunger Relief. Bring along a non-perishable food item for Loudoun Hunger Relief's food pantry for a chance to win a Summer of Love prize pack!

Speaking of winning ⁠— VIP, anyone?

Sign up for our e-Newsletter for your chance to receive a Summer of Love Music Festival VIP experience for TWO, including a Summer of Love gift basket and 2 VIP tickets!

Giveaway closes at 3:00 PM EST on 8/12/19.

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After 50 years of “Virginia is for Lovers,” we already know that this day will be the ultimate celebration of love found here through every season. So, bring your lawn chairs, blankets and peace signs and get ready for our rockin' festival! To learn more about the tour, visit us at: 


Want a sneak peek of the set list?

Check out our brand new video featuring Todd Wright’s “Coming Home” Loudoun County Mix, which his band will perform!

Practice singing along to Michael Glabicki’s “Send Me on My Way,” which Uprooted will perform!