Leesburg musician and DJ Nathaniel Davis will play a concert Sunday via Facebook Live to lift his fans' spirits amid the COVID-19 health crisis.
BENEFIT, a music-based nonprofit that raises funds for nonprofits that benefit kids, will host a Facebook Live concert Saturday night with a full slate of local musicians.
Though pop recording artist Emma Rowley's plans to perform at Hillsboro's Doukénie Winery March 28 were thwarted by coronavirus, she will still play a set for her fans via livestream on Facebook.
Episode 1 of The Go LoCo Podcast is out! In the inaugural episode you can learn more about local artist Tonia Priolo, hear about headlining events for the next couple weeks, learn more about Loudoun County's award-winning wine from 868 Estate Vineyards' hospitality extraordinaire Nancy Delis…
Bike TrAle Brewery, located at 101 Loudoun St. in downtown Leesburg, is closing its doors after two years in business and will turn over the keys to Dynasty Brewing out of Ashburn.
Purcellville’s Bush Tabernacle roller rink was a frequent childhood hangout for 20-year-old musician Maggie Miles, and thus it was her first choice for the backdrop of her debut music video, “Shiver.”
Nashville-based country-blues collective The Reverend Peyton's Big Damn Band will stop at Tally Ho Theater in downtown Leesburg on Nov. 9 as a part of its Big Damn Blues Revolution Tour and the 3rd Annual Chad Dukes Veterans Day Jamboree.
A group of local residents have formed a foundation to save a historic church near Bluemont and preserve it in the National Register of Historic Places.
Loudoun County's 150-acre community farm designed to provide hunger relief for those in need will be the beneficiary of a barn dance fundraiser hosted at Sylvanside Farm in Purcellville on Oct. 20.
The Sterling Foundation will present its annual community festival, SterlingFest, on Oct. 12 at the Sterling Community Center.
Fifty years ago, community members in the village of Bluemont started an annual fall tradition in Loudoun County. The popular event continues this year with the milestone Bluemont Fair slated for Sept. 21-22 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.
For Leesburg's Black Hoof Brewery, the first Friday in August was a momentous occasion. The two-year-old brewery was so busy with customers it set a new record for beer sold in a single day.