Harris Pavilion at the City of Manassas

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Provided by City of Manassas

Arts are in the air. The Harris Pavilion at 9201 Center Street in Manassas hosts concerts, dances, farmers’ markets, and ice skating in the winter.
The Pavilion is named after Loy E. Harris, who was devoted to revitalizing Historic Downtown Manassas. As a local businessman and president of Historic Manassas Inc. (HMI) in the 1990s, he worked to transform vacant storefronts into vibrant businesses. With a vision to provide an anchor for the community to welcome arts and entertainment, and provide a “gathering place,” one of his projects was the completion of the Pavilion, which opened in 2000.
Throughout the summer and into the fall, crowd pleasers at the Pavilion include Acoustic Tuesday Concerts, Saturday Night Concerts, Sunday Funday Concerts, and SummerSounds Concert Series.
Click here for the schedule through October 2022.
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