Prince George's County Department of Parks and Recreation

Events and Performances

Arts/ Harmony Hall Regional Center is available for rentals. To ensure up-to-date availability and pricing, please contact the Technical Director of Arts at Harmony Hall Regional Center at (301) 203-6070.

Saturday, February 24, 8 pm
CONCERT: Eddie Holman

CONCERT: Eddie HolmanVocalist extraordinaire Eddie Holman is one of the most listened-to artists
in the field of popular and classic R&B music. Born in Norfolk, Virginia and
raised in New York City, Holman showed his smooth tenor voice at an early
age by winning Amateur Night at the Apollo Theater at age 10. After singing
with The Delfonics and The Stylistics, he finally struck personal gold in 1970
with his ballad, “Hey There Lonely Girl,” which peaked at number 2 on the
Billboard Hot 100 chart. It sold over one million copies and was awarded a
gold record in March 1970. Eddie Holman works year-round, performing at
concert halls throughout the world and mesmerizing throngs with his rich tenor
voice and the original Philly sound, which he helped define. His exemplary
career has certainly stood the test of time and his dignified musical legacy is
one that will continue to flourish for as long as there is a song to sing.

All ages; Tickets: $40/person; $35/students & seniors

Saturday, March 10, 8 pm
CONCERT: Peaches & Herb

CONCERT: Peaches & HerbPeaches & Herb are an American vocal duo, once comprising of D.C.-natives
Herb Fame and Francine “Peaches” Barker. The group’s first single, “We’re in
This Thing Together” enjoyed modest success, but month’s later, the “B” side’s
“Let’s Fall in Love” became a huge hit, which began a string of extraordinarily
successful hits. It was followed up by “Close Your Eyes,” “For Your Love,” and
the smash hit song, “Love is Strange,” which established Peaches & Herb as
international stars. The duo continued touring and recording through the late
‘60s until his retirement in 1970. In 1978, Herb, with a new “Peaches,” came
back with the monster hits, “Shake Your Groove Thing” and “Reunited,” which
reached #1 in 1980. A year later, Peaches & Herb released “I Pledge My Love,”
a song that has been widely used as a wedding march and reached #6 in the
world. Peaches & Herb have continued to perform both nationally and internationally and are a featured act on the highly regarded “’70s Soul Jam” tour. The duo continues to be America’s Sweethearts of Soul.

All ages; Tickets: $35/person; $30/seniors & students

Saturday, March 24, 8 pm
CONCERT: The Floaters

CONCERT: The FloatersThe Floaters is a staple on the current “’70s Soul Jam Tour.” Best known for
their 1977 smash hit, “Float On,” the band started as a quartet with members
Larry Cunningham, Charles Clark, Robert Palmer, and Paul Mitchell. The
song’s lyrics spotlight each member of the band, who introduced themselves
with their name, astrological sign, and ideal type of romantic partner.
It became a worldwide hit in 1977 on ABC Records, reaching #1 on the US
R&B and UK Singles charts, and #2 on the US Billboard Hot 100 chart. The
Floaters will take you for a stroll down memory lane and will leave you singing
“Float On” for weeks to come.

All ages; Tickets: $40/person; $35/students & seniors

Saturday, April 14, 8 pm
CONCERT: L.T.D. Tribute Band

CONCERT: L.T.D. Tribute BandL.T.D., which stands for Love, Togetherness, and Devotion, is an American
R&B/funk band formed in Greensboro, North Carolina in 1968. The band is best
known for their 1977 hit single, “Back in Love Again” and “Holding On,” as well
as their many ballads, “Love Ballad,” “We Both Deserve Each Other’s Love,”
and “Where Did We Go Wrong.” The BRENCORE ALLSTARS Band is known
to produce several great tributes to artists and bands over the years and this
tribute will take you back to the days of the sweet love ballads of L.T.D.

All ages; Tickets: $25/person; $20/students & seniors

Saturday, April 28, 8 pm
CONCERT:Next Phase: Isley Brothers Tribute

CONCERT:Next Phase: Isley Brothers TributeNext Phase is your ticket to the perfect Isley Brothers tribute band. Comprised
of musicians and performers that have toured nationally and internationally, the
band’s rendition of the Isley Brother’s music is unmatched. Let Next Phase take
you on a unique journey that defined and influenced a generation of music.

All ages; Tickets: $30/person; $25/students & seniors

Saturday, May 12, 8 pm
CONCERT: Mousey Thompson & The James Brown Experience

CONCERT: Mousey Thompson & The James Brown ExperienceThe Mousey Thompson & The James Brown Experience is an all-star ensemble
that faithfully performs the most popular songs of one of the greatest
music legends of our time, James Brown. This outstanding band is led by
accomplished drummer Robert “Mousey” Thompson, who performed with
James Brown from 1993 until his passing in 2006. After James Brown passed
away, Thompson assembled his own stellar group of talented musicians
to pay tribute to James Brown’s musical legacy. In addition to an amazing
rhythm section led by Thompson, the band features a terrific horn section, as
well as impressive showmanship and vocals by lead singer Gregory Cooper.
The band performs James Brown’s biggest hits such as “This is a Man’s
World,” “Please, Please, Please,” “Cold Sweat,” and many others. Mousey
Thompson & The James Brown Experience puts on an extraordinary show
that has audiences dancing all night long.

All ages; Tickets: $30/person; $25/students & seniors

Saturday, May 26, 8 pm
CONCERT: Simply Tina

CONCERT: Simply TinaSimply Tina is a world class Tina Turner tribute band composed of talented musicians, singers, and dancers. On stage, lead singer Karena Korokous transforms herself into the legendary Tina Turner and performs a high-energy show is sure to get you out of your seats and singing along to so many of Tina’s hits.

All ages; Tickets: $40/person; $35/students & seniors