June Events in Prince William and Manassas

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June and 4th of July Events in Prince William County & Manassas Region

There are lots of reasons for visitors to enjoy Prince William & Manassas this summer. Events include concerts,  festivals and family friendly events for the community. For more events in Prince William & Manassas, click here.

June Concerts – Jiffy Lube Live

See a show at the Washington, D.C. region’s largest outdoor music venue. Upcoming shows include: June 3rdIron Maiden & Ghost; June 4thChance The Rapper; June 9thDierks Bentley; June 10thTrain; June 22 – Dead & Company; June 24thLady Antebellum.

June Home Games – Potomac Nationals

Enjoy action-packed Minor League baseball at Pfitzner Stadium in Woodbridge. The Potomac Nationals play at home June 2 & 3; June 8th – 14th; and June 22nd – June 25th.

June 3rd & 4th – Occoquan Arts & Craft Show

Award winning outdoor street festival featuring artisans and crafters, fun interactive activities for the whole family, live entertainment and great food!

June 3rd – Annual Heritage Railway Festival

Celebrate Manassas’s rich historical railroad featuring train memorabilia, specialty vendors and live country and blue grass performances. You can watch miniature train displays or board one of our four train excursions to Clifton and back.

June 3rd – Movie under the Stars – Moana

Looking for a fun night this week? Come enjoy an outdoor movie under the starts with the family!

June 10th – Taste of Woodbridge

Taste of Woodbridge Spring Festival is a seasonal celebration of good food, exhibitors, performances and live music. This family-friendly event allows you to stroll through the beautiful Stonebridge at Potomac Town Center at your leisure while sampling some of the delicious offerings of local restaurants and chefs.

June 10th – Color Vibe 5k

Get ready for the most colorful fun-filled day of your life! Get your friends and family stretched out for this amazing color blast event in Manassas.

June 18th – 13th Annual Manassas Jazz Festival

How about wine, beer and Jazz music for a relaxing summer day? The Jazz Festival features Virginia farm wineries, Virginia craft breweries, and local Virginia distilleries at this year’s event. Bring out the lawn chair and blankets to enjoy a jazz-filled summer festivity.

June 25th – Bird Walks at Merrimac Farm

Get out and enjoy nature as we travel through the uplands to the edge of the floodplain. We’ll look for birds and other habitats, including open fields and woodland edges.

June 26th –Free Book Talk with Tom Clemons

Author Tom Clemens will be presenting and signing copies of his Maryland Campaign series, including the newly released third and final volume, The Battle of Shepherdstown and the End of the Campaign.


Dale City Independence Day Parade

Thousands are expected to line Dale Boulevard on Saturday morning for the 47th annual Dale City Independence Day parade. The annual tradition in Dale City showcases scouting troops, churches, politicians, performing arts groups and other groups from throughout the area. The Family Fun Day festivities, including vendors, games and entertainment.

Celebrate America with Old Town Manassas

The fun starts with children’s activities, food vendors and a red, white and blue hayride followed by a fireworks display at the Manassas Museum. Bring your lawn chairs and get there early to get the best spots!

The Freedom Museum in Manassas Open House

The Freedom Museum in Manassas will host an open house July 4 from 10:00 a. m. – 4:00 p. m. to celebrate war heroes from Prince William County, Manassas and Manassas Park from the Spanish American War through the present day.

Fourth of July Celebration at Signal Hill Park

The Manassas Park Parks and Recreation Department is hosting Fourth of July celebration at Signal Hill Park. Bring a blanket and lawn chairs to enjoy fireworks display.

Potomac Nationals Annual Fireworks Show

In Woodbridge, the Potomac Nationals are hosting the Fourth of July annual fireworks show after the baseball game at Pfitzner Stadium. It’s the ultimate Fourth of July picnic: all-you-can-eat hot dogs, hamburgers and sides.



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