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Once the daily sessions wrap up at 6 p.m., the Festival continues with music from Armenia, Catalonia, D.C., and beyond on the Ralph Rinzler Stage at 6:30. Purchase food at our concessions or bring your own, and enjoy a picnic on the National Mall. All concerts are free and open to the public.


Ralph Rinzler Stage, National Mall | Starting at 6:30 p.m.

  • Yacine & The Oriental Groove | Armenian Navy Band
    Thursday, June 28
    Yacine & The Oriental Groove |
    PANALÎ

    Contemporary sounds of North African via Catalonia, and avant garde folk music from the leader of Armenian Navy Band, Arto Tunçboyacıyan
    Catalan fireworks display after the music

  • Miqayel Voskanyan
    Friday, June 29
    Miqayel Voskanyan & Friends

    An evening of Armenian jazz with Miqayel Voskanyan, Arto Tunçboyacıyan, and more to be announced

  • Les Anxovetes, Zulal, and Alidé Sans
    Saturday, June 30
    Les Anxovetes | Zulal | Alidé Sans

    Women’s voices from Catalonia and Armenia
    Catalan fireworks display after the music

  • Ara Dinkjian | Maria Arnal i Marcel Bagés
    Thursday, July 5
    The Secret Trio |
    Maria Arnal i Marcel Bagés

    Armenian and world chamber music led by Ara Dinkjian, and Catalan avant garde roots music
    Catalan fireworks display after the music

  • Green Fields of America
    Friday, July 6
    Green Fields of America

    40th anniversary of Irish and Irish American music and dance ensemble from the Mid-Atlantic region

  • Armenia folk dance, Cobla Catalana dels Sons Essencials, and Joan Garriga i el Mariatxi Galàctic
    Saturday, July 7
    Dance on the Mall

    A showcase of Armenian folk dance, followed by Catalan dance music from Cobla Catalana dels Sons Essencials and Joan Garriga i el Mariatxi Galàctic
    Catalan fireworks display after the music

  • Toshi Reagon
    Sunday, July 8

    40th anniversary of Roadwork with Toshi Reagon and BIGLovely, Alsarah, Tattiana Aqeel, the Bernice Johnson Reagon Songbook, Alexis DeVeaux, Ariel Horowitz, Holly Near, Martha Redbone, and Urban Bush Women


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