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, October 17, 8 pm

RAY, GOODMAN & BROWNRay, Goodman & Brown is an American R&B vocal group. The group originated as The Moments, a mid-1960s group whose greatest successes came in the 1970s with hits including "Love on a Two-Way Street", "Sexy Mama" and "Look at Me (I'm in Love)". In 1979, for contractual reasons they changed their name to Ray, Goodman & Brown and had further hits, including "Special Lady.” Whether as The Moments or as Ray, Goodman & Brown, the group was consistently one of the most reliable and enjoyable soul groups of the past forty years, and deserves a spot among the legends of soul music.

All ages; Tickets: General Admission $40; Students & Seniors $35

Saturday, November 14, 8 pm

JEAN CARNEJean is an accomplished performer on piano, clarinet and bassoon, and has been singing since the age of four in her church choir. After winning a music scholarship to Morris Brown College, she began her recording career in 1969 and later performed with Duke Ellington. She teamed up with Norman Connors for four highly regarded sets; contributed "Reach For It" to George Duke's Gold album; and sang lead vocals on the first two albums by Earth, Wind & Fire. Jean found major success with her song "Don't Let It Go to Your Head” in 1978 and followed that up with her #1 hit song, "Closer Than Close" in 1986. She continues to tour and perform throughout the country.

All ages; Tickets: General Admission $35; Students & Seniors $30

Saturday, February 20, 8 pm

HAROLD MELVINHarold Melvin & the Blue Notes was one of the most popular Philadelphia soul groups of the 1970s. The group is most noted for several hits on Gamble and Huff's Philadelphia International label between 1972 and 1976. The current members of the group feature lead singer Donnell "Big Daddy" Gillespie, Anthony Brooks, Rufus Thorne and John Morris. They are considered to be one of the most exciting acts on the current "old school" R&B circuit. "Harold Melvin's Blue Notes" is an act, not to be missed.

All ages: Tickets: General Admission $40; Students & Seniors $35
Tickets: $40

Saturday, March 12, 8 pm

MICHAEL HENDERSON4 TIME GRAMMY NOMINEE! BASSIST! SINGER! SONGWRITER! PRODUCER! AND ARRANGER! Michael Henderson first gained worldwide recognition as an acclaimed young bass player with groups such as "The Detroit Emeralds", "The Fantastic Four" and "The Funk Brothers". At the tender age of 16, he was the Funk anchor for Stevie Wonder. Michael has played bass guitar and/or recorded with such luminaries as Miles, Davis, Stevie Wonder and a host of others. Just a few of Michael's hits "Take Me I'm Yours", "Valentine Love", "In the Night-Time".

All ages: Tickets: General Admission $30; Students & Seniors $25