|Wednesday, Feb 1, 2006|
Washington, D.C. - - The National Park Service, National Capital Parks-East, is now accepting submissions from local musicians who wish to be considered as opening acts for the annual Fort Dupont Summer Concert Series. The musical styles featured are jazz, rhythm & blues and contemporary music.
All of the following materials are required in the submitted package. Packages that are missing one or more of the required materials will not considered.
● CD or cassette recording (may be either live or studio)
● Video of a live performance
● Song list
Packages should be sent to:
National Artists Corporation c/o Tina Fortunato 586A Bellerive Drive Annapolis, Maryland 21401
Materials must be received by March 31, 2006. Materials will not be returned.
The Fort Dupont Summer Concert Series is held each year in Fort Dupont Park, an area of 376 rolling, wooded acres located east of the Anacostia River. The concerts, held on Saturday nights in July and August, are free and open to the public. For additional information on the concert series, please call (202) 426-5961 or visit www.nps.gov/fodu.
The Fort Dupont Summer Theatre is one of several sites that are part of National Capital Parks-East (NCP-East). NCP-East offers a wide array of historic, cultural and natural and recreational areas that are part of Washington, D.C. and its eastern environs. The park is comprised of over 8,000 acres of federal land, ranging from community parks and National Historic Sites to unique wetland ecosystems, meadows and mature hardwood forests.