Here is what is on tap in downtown Leesburg tonight as part of the monthly First Friday activities. 

  • LOUDOUN STREET:
    • 6:30-9:30 p.m. Jazz Music. Trungo’s is hosting hosting live music with saxophonist, Manuel Estrada, a talented high schooler, performing an array of lively jazz tunes. 2 W. Loudoun St. SW
    • 6-9 p.m. Jewelry, Wine & Music. Lou Lou Boutique is hosting a jewelry pop up trunk show featuring Sojourn Well Jewelry and wine tasting with October One Vineyard. Also, live music with acoustic guitarist, Brittany Frazer singing contemporary pop and rock songs. 9 Loudoun St. SW
    • 6-9 p.m. Local Potters. Resourceful Woman is hosting the Leesburg Vintage Potters which is made up of a talented group of senior citizens from the Leesburg Senior Center, that hand-build and hand-paint beautiful pottery items. These unique items are reasonably priced and make great gifts for all occasions. As a non-profit group, all proceeds benefit the Senior Center ceramics studio. 11-A Loudoun St. SW
    • 6:30-8:30 p.m. Artist Reception. Loudoun Street Studios is featuring their newest resident artist, Bethany Widom, along with new artwork by Libby Stevens. Stop by to check out all the cool artwork by these very talented artists and learn about upcoming classes and workshops. Light refreshments served. 2A Loudoun St. SW (upper level).
    • 5-8 p.m. History Open House. The Loudoun Museum is featuring history exhibits, showcasing a variety of artifacts from Loudoun County’s past centuries. Stop by to check out their newest history exhibits to explore and learn a little about your County’s past. 16 Loudoun St. SW
    • 6-9 p.m. Book Signing. Books and Other Found Things host monthly “meet the author” events with local authors to discuss and sign copies of their books. This month’s author will be announced on their facebook page. 13 Loudoun St. SW
    • 6-9 p.m. Horses! Art Sweet Art is hosting a solo exhibit by Isabelle Truchon entitled ROAM, inspired by wild mustangs of the Steens Mountain Wildness region of Oregon. There will also be wine tasting with October One Vineyard and live jazz music by the Catoctin School of Music, along with Belgian Chocolates. 2B Loudoun St. SW
    • 6-8 p.m. Open House. Madisonbelle is hosting an open house with Bucks for Belles, so some shoppers could possibly win $20 off their purchase. Also they will be showcasing their latest fashion and jewelry, along with some great summer accessories. So define your style and express yourself authentically. 5 Loudoun St. SE
    • 7-10 p.m. Blues & Rock. The 14 Loudoun bar and restaurant is featuring an outdoor concert by Red White & Blues, a blues/rock band from Purcellville playing classic rock, blues, country and anything with a little twang in it. 14 Loudoun St. SE
    • 6:30-9:30 p.m. Banjo Player. Bike TrAle Brewery is hosting singer, Lee Jones, playing a variety of classic rock songs on banjo and guitar. Stop to hear some good tunes. 101 Loudoun St. SE
    • 6:30-8:30 p.m. Singing Saw. Black Shutter Antique Center is hosting Chris Meyer playing his very unique musical saw, which is also known as a singing saw, creating some beautiful classical melodies. 1 Loudoun St. SE
    • 6-9 p.m. Art Open House. Medlin Art Gallery is hosting an Art Open House, showcasing a large selection of antique prints, maps and original artwork from such nationally-known artists as Mort Kunstler, Mary Hope Worley, Paul Landry, John Paul Strain and P. Buckley Moss. Light refreshments served. 2 Loudoun St. SE
    • 6:00-8:30 p.m. Vintage Music. Dig! Records & Vintage is hosting an open house featuring his used LP’s, 45’s, vintage clothing and a selection of turntables, receivers and audio gear. They specialize in PUNK, 60’s Garage, Psych, Soul/funk, Jazz, Alternative, Hip-Hop and of course, Rock-n-Roll. Get on down to this awesome shop to check out the tons of 45’s from the 50’s, 60’s, and 70’s, as they buy, sell and trade 7-inch, 10-inch, 12-inch, and Cassette Tapes. 212C Loudoun St. SE
  • MARKET STATION AREA:
    • 6:30-8:30 p.m. Acoustic Rock. Designer Goldsmith is featuring the acoustic guitar duo, Laurie Blue and Bill Rose, playing a variety of rock from the 60s through today that you can sing along with. Market Station –Lower Level.
    • 7-10 p.m. Experimental Music. Crooked Run Brewing is featuring live music with Real Daggers, playing fun high energy experimental music. Also, they are hosting an art show by artist, Kevin Sabik. Market Station Lower Level.
    • 5-9 p.m. Somethings Brewing. MacDowell Brew Kitchen is hosting concert with the popular band, Something’s Brewing, playing everything from classic rock, acoustic and electric rock/pop to folk, old and new. They are ready to rock your holiday weekend! 202-B Harrison St.
    • 6-7 p.m. Free Yoga Lesson. Flow Yoga is offering a FREE fun-filled yoga practice, which is open to all experience levels. Market Station – 3rd floor.
  • KING STREET:
    • 6-9 p.m. Music and Art. King Street Coffee is featuring live music by Gary Rudinsky, along with many talented students from the music department of Loudoun County High School. Plus, sun prints and embroidery art will be on display by their Artist of the Month, Amanda Cioffi. 110 S. King St.
    • 6-9 p.m. Yum! Gruto’s Ice Cream Shop is featuring their yummy soft serve ice cream, which they make locally with love. Stop by to see how this little parlor is all about having a good time while enjoying delicious and affordable ice cream! 107 S, King St.
    • 6-9 p.m. DJ ZBreezy. Bites Wine and Grilled Cheese Bar is hosting music from DJ ZBreezy, on their front porch with an extended happy hour! 105 S. King St.
    • 6-8 p.m. Pop Artist. The Leesburg Diner is hosting live music with guitarist, Taylor Jackson, singing some contemporary pop and rock tunes. 9 S. King St.
    • 6-9 p.m. Ukulele Blues. Very Virginia Shop is hosting baritone/tenor, Lyle Reger on ukulele, playing a wide range of blues, folk and country style music. A little bit of everything but not the typical music you expect from a uke! You can also taste free samples of over 20 different flavors of Virginia peanuts and other locally made gourmet foods. 16 S King St.
    • 6:30-9:30 p.m. Country Bros. SideBar is hosting the Feehan Brothers, a country duo from Haymarket, featuring Connor and Brendan, who are true singer/songwriters with a story to tell. They recently recorded their songs in Nashville, so come on by to hear some good old country tunes. 24 S. King St.
    • 6:30-9:30 p.m. Country Rock. The King’s Tavern and Wine Bar is featuring a fun concert on their back patio with David Stoll on guitar, Jennifer Warren Baker on keys, Mark Ramprey on drums and Christian Mikkelsen on bass. They will be playing an array of rock, blues, country and maybe even a bit of jazz. 19 S. King St.
    • 6:30-8:30 p.m. Rock Band. Coldwell Banker is featuring local rock band, Nailed It, playing an array of classic rock tunes from the 70’s to today. 25 S. King St.
    • 6-9 p.m. Ragtime Piano. Misguided Angels is hosting pianist, Kelsan Giamporcaro, playing an array of ragtime and jazz piano tunes. As a talented student at Simpson Middle School, he has been playing piano for over five years. 14 S. King St.
    • 6:30-8:30 p.m. Ukulele Music. The Lucky Knot, an ultimate preppy store with a nautical flair, is featuring vocalist, Kimmy Swift, on ukulele, performing an array of contemporary tunes. 9 N. King St.
    • 6-8:30 p.m. Ashleigh. Shoes Cup and Cork is featuring live music with singer, Ashleigh Chevalier on acoustic guitar playing rock blues and country soul. 17 N. King St.
    • 6-9 p.m. Living Art. Be Beauty is hosting a live art demonstration with their new monthly Live Art paintings. Stop by to learn more about this fascinating art event and check out all their amazing custom makeup. 13 S. King St.
    • 6-9 p.m. New Shop. The Brick and Mortar Store is hosting an open house to showcase their new location in downtown Leesburg with live music by students from The Catoctin School of Music. Stop by to check out Leesburg’s new shop on the corner. 34 S. King St.
    • 7-9 p.m. Crooner Tunes. Georgetown Café is hosting Frank Lombardi, of Crooners Entertainment. He performs in the stylings of Sinatra, Martin, Bennett, Como and many other Crooners, as he is dedicated to preserving the music of the great American Standards Songbook! Frank is available to perform at corporate and charitable events, as well as weddings throughout the area. 19 S. King St.
    • 6-9 p.m. Soda Pop. The Sunflower Shack, in their new location, is featuring an old fashioned soda Tasting. Bring the family out to sample over a dozen varieties of nostalgic crème sodas, root beers and sarsaparillas! 36 S. King St.
    • 6 a.m.-1 p.m. Andy Hawk. King’s Tavern and Wine Bar is hosting locally acclaimed Andy Hawk and his Train Wreck Endings band from 6-8:30, consisting of several local music legends. Afterward, from 9-1am, it’s open mike night featuring a wide array of musicians. 19 S. King St.
    • 6-9 p.m. Free Chair Massages. The Leesburg Spa, a brand new massage salon right in the heart of downtown, is hosting an open house event with free chair massages. 10 S. King St. Upper Level.
    • 9-12 p.m. Soul Music. The Tarbenders Lounge is hosting their house band, The Soul Benders Jazz Trio, playing an array of jams from Blues, Funk and of course, Jazz. Stop by so you can dance the night away. 10 S. King St.
    • 6-9 p.m. Wine Tasting. 27 South Interiors is hosting wine tasting with Stone Tower Winery. Stop by their lovely home décor boutique, which features high quality home furnishings and accessories, made all around the world. 27 S. King St.
    • 6-9 p.m. Wine and Music. The Leesburg Vintner is hosting monthly wine specials with wine by the glass. Also from 7-9 p.m., they will have live music with vocalist, Cindy McConnell, performing acoustic guitar folk/rock covers. 27 S. King St.
  • MARKET STREET:
    • 6:30-8:30 p.m. Jazz Trio. Trinity House Café is hosting the Elliot Bernard Jazz Trio, performing an array of jazz standards along with their own original tunes. 101 E. Market St. (corner of Market and Church St.)
    • 6-9 p.m. New Art Exhibit. The Tryst Gallery is featuring the premier reception of The Blue Ridge Vibrato Exhibition by Jordan Xu. Their group exhibition DFW will enter its second and final month, so stop by to check out all the amazing artwork by over 40 local artists! Light refreshments. 312 E. Market St.
    • 7-10 p.m. Jazz Piano. Casa Nostra, downtown newest Italian restaurant, is hosting live music by the City Limits Jazz Trio, featuring locally acclaimed Andrew Hart, as the piano man.: 2 W. Market St.
    • 6-9 p.m. Quilt Exhibit. The Leesburg Commission on Public Art is hosting a new art display at Town Hall with art from the Countryside Quilters and Waterford Quilters Guilds. The quilters were invited to share their summer memories of Loudoun County by featuring the agrarian part of Loudoun County. Entitled “Summer in Loudoun County,” the exhibit showcases nine quilts which feature local wineries, country landscapes, and the Loudoun County Fair, just to name a few. This local art exhibit is sponsored by the Loudoun Breast Health Network, a non-profit providing assistance to the local residents, who are going through breast cancer treatment. The artwork will be on display throughout the summer until Aug. 31.: 25 W. Market St.
  • ROYAL STREET:
    • 6-9 p.m. Art and Wine. The Fine Gallery is hosting an open house with wine tasting and a new art exhibit. This gallery is equal parts contemporary art gallery and educational art provider, focusing on an immersive art learning experience. 9 Royal St. SW
    • 7-9 p.m. Craft Night. Makersmiths is hosting a craft night and open house to showcase the wide array of things you can make at this local makerspace. You can take a tour and get involved with one of their interactive demonstrations. Check out their woodshop, metal shop, 3D printing, CAD, CNC, crafts, and ceramics studio. Makersmith is building a community of Makers by providing a facility with tools, training and other enabling resources. 106 Royal St. SW
  • WIRT STREET:
    • 6-9 p.m. CBD Shop. The District Hemp Boutique is hosting an open house to showcase their new location in downtown Leesburg. They are the first hemp-based CBD store in the area and have a wide array of hemp products with naturally occurring cannabinoids, ranging from oils to hemp-infused dog treat. Stop by to check out Leesburg’s new shop and enjoy some light refreshments.19 Wirt St.