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What to Bring to Fort Reno

Yes
  • Friends
  • Dogs
  • Babies
No
  • Alcohol
  • Drugs
  • Glass Bottles

Dedication

John Stabb (1961-2016)

This summer we mourn the passing and celebrate the life and work of John Stabb. Mina, John's wife has generously asked that people wishing to continue to honor him make their donations in his memory to Fort Reno.

John Stabb at Fort Reno

About Fort Reno

Rain Info

From time to time shows get rained out, if you’re ever wondering if a show is happening or not call 202-355-6356 for information.

Directions

Fort Reno is located across the street from Woodrow Wilson High School. Directions are available here from Google Maps.

Volunteer

Fort Reno concerts are entirely volunteer-run at all levels. If you have the time and the inclination, and want to give a little love back, please contact Amanda for more information.

Tax deductible donations can be made through our fiscal sponsor The Washington Peace Center. They are a terrific organization; take a gander at their website www.washingtonpeacecenter.org and check out all the projects and organizations they inspire and support.

Make checks payable to The Washington Peace Center with Fort Reno Concerts in the memo and mail them to:

The Washington Peace Center
1525 Newton Street NW
Washington, DC 20010

The Peace Center also provides us with a PayPal portal. Be sure to choose Fort Reno Concert Series as the recipient of the donation.

Booking

Bands who play at Fort Reno submit demo packages each spring usually in February. Once the concerts begin we generally have all the bands we need. However, you can contact Amanda with any questions.

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