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, May 7, 8 pm

CONCERT-SOUL GENERATION FEATURING CLIFF PERKINSSoul Generation featuring Cliff Perkins is the perfect blend of soulful and sensuous R&B music past, present and future. Their soulful sensual style of harmony never becomes old;however they’ve updated some versions of
past hits and have some hot new tunes. Cliff Perkins, group originator, 1st & 2nd tenor and lead singer has a rich and diverse musical history. At his side is Ms. Veda LaRue, an amazing, multi-talented singer with a lusty soprano voice who delivers with sultry, sparking sophistication. Rounding out the group is Crystal Perkins, who adds a rich baritone/tenor and DonaldTaylor, a polished, consummate professional. The group burst on the national scene in the early 70s with their Gold, and then Platinum hits, “Body and Soul”
and “Million Dollars”.

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

Saturday, May 21, 8 pm

CONCERT- THE EBONYSFormed in Camden, New Jersey, The Ebonys achieved success in the early 70s with a Dells-styled approach of baritone lead with answering falsetto second lead. The Ebonys were discovered by famed producers, songwriters, Gamble and Huff and recorded consistently for their Philadelphia Internationals Records label in the early 70s. They received international notoriety in 1971 with their R&B chartbusting hit “You’re The Reason Why” which reached number 10 on the R&B charts. They followed that hit with their classic hit “It’s Forever”
which went gold in 1974. The Ebonys continue to enjoy success performing on many of the top 70s Soul Tours throughout the country. They remain a force in the ‘old school R&B’ genre and their tightly choreographed act is a must see for any lover of classic R&B.

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