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We’re sorry, but advance registration capacity for this event has been reached. At this point, we cannot guarantee admission to the park without advance registration.

Weather Update, SAT, OCT 9, 11:30am: Cloudy weather is forecast for today, with only a slight chance of rain. Therefore, Tregaron Unplugged will proceed as scheduled! Please note: If it should begin to rain during the time of the performances, we will be obliged to stop the event for the safety of all attendees and artists and for the protection of the grounds. Thank you for your understanding.


Explore the park. Discover the music. Immerse yourself in the experience.

This outdoor, in-person event is a multi-musician showcase that invites local musicians into the beautiful parklands of the Tregaron Conservancy. With simultaneous performances at four locations throughout the grounds of the conservancy, Tregaron Unplugged offers visitors an immersive experience where they can traverse the trails through the trees, discovering a variety of genres and artists as they explore. To match this natural setting, all participating musicians will be performing in a true unplugged fashion. With just the acoustic sounds of vocals and instruments, each performance space creates an intimate “outdoor listening-room” where both artist and audience can commune in nature. See below for the artist lineup, park map, and park rules.

Co-presented with Tregaron Conservancy

Brad Linde OUTSIDE

Brad Linde OUTSIDE

Brad Linde OUTSIDE is a saxophone, tuba, cello, and percussion quartet led by saxophonist, educator, bandleader, and D.C. impresario Brad Linde. Linde is the director of Jazz and Creative Music at Georgetown Day School and founder of the Bohemian Caverns Jazz Orchestra.

Location D, 4–5pm

VeVe Marley

VeVe Marley

VeVe Marley is a Washington, D.C.-based singer/songwriter and guitarist whose music, which blends elements of folk, Afrobeat, R&B, and hip-hop, creates dreamy, soulful vibes while speaking on issues of identity, spirituality, love, family, and the Black experience.

Location A, 4–5pm

Integriti Reeves

Integriti Reeves

Integriti Reeves is a dynamic vocal powerhouse whose “Modern Vintage” style exists at the crossroads of jazz music, embodying the past, present, and future of the genre.

Location C, 4–5pm



Rikayyah is a dedicated drummer, percussionist, music producer, educator, healer, motivational speaker, and human resources professional. Join Rikayyah for a percussion-led sound healing and meditative experience.

Location A, 5–6pm

Oscar Somersalo

Oscar Somersalo

Oscar Somersalo is an award-winning classical guitarist. Performing as a soloist and chamber musician in America and Europe, Somersalo’s repertoire encompasses great classics and innovative new compositions.

Location B, 4–4:45pm
Location C, 5–6pm

The Sweater Set

The Sweater Set

The Sweater Set is a five-time Washington Area Music Award-winning folk duet consisting of singer songwriters Sara Curtin and Maureen Andary. The Sweater Set invites audiences into Curtin and Andary’s joyful friendship as they sing about loves lost and found.

Location D, 5–6pm

Tregaron Conservancy Park Map

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Location A*
4–5pm: VeVe Marley
5–6pm: Rikayyah

Location B*
4–4:45pm: Oscar Somersalo

Location C
4–5pm: Integriti Reeves
5–6pm: Oscar Somersalo

Location D*
4–5pm: Brad Linde OUTSIDE
5–6pm: The Sweater Set


*Locations A, B, and D are on the lawn—feel free to bring a blanket or small lawn chair.

The Tregaron Conservancy is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit founded in 2006. The mission of the Tregaron Conservancy is to steward and maintain its 13-acre historic landscape for all to enjoy. The Conservancy is dedicated to renewing the landscape sustainably, to ensuring a healthy plant and wildlife habitat, and to educating and inspiring our visitors.

The Tregaron Conservancy is located in Northwest Washington, D.C. between the Woodley Park and Cleveland Park neighborhoods, with two main entrances:

  • Macomb Street Entrance, 3100 Macomb Street NW: gate located just east of the Washington International School’s driveway, one long block west of Connecticut Avenue NW. Follow the path, turn left up the side of the driveway, and follow signs to the Conservancy’s trails.
  • Klingle Road Entrance, 3000 block of Klingle Road NW (GPS address: Across the street from 3031 Klingle Road NW): gate located just east of the intersection of Klingle and Woodley Roads NW.

The nearest metro stop is Cleveland Park (Red Line).

The Tregaron Conservancy has the following Park Rules to keep in mind as you plan your visit:

  • Trails are mulched and some feature rustic stairways and stepping-stones. The terrain features elevation changes and uneven areas. The park is not wheelchair-accessible. Visitors assume all risk of injury.
  • Dogs are welcome but must be leashed and under owner control at all times. Please “leave no trace” and clean up after your pet.
  • Bikes and motorized vehicles are not permitted.
  • The landscape is fragile. Please be gentle on the land. Do not remove or attach anything to trees or other vegetation. Do not walk through garden beds or planted meadow areas. Walk only on turf and marked trails/footpaths and do not create new trails.
  • The Washington International School maintains a campus adjacent to the Conservancy, at the Estate’s hilltop, that is closed to the public. There is no fence between the Conservancy and School property; please observe the School’s posted signs.

Please note that for this event, three of the artist locations will be on the lawn—see Park Map above. Feel free to bring a blanket or small lawn chair.

For more information about visiting the Tregaron Conservancy, read the Visit Guide on Tregaron.org.

Mars Arts D.C.

Mars Arts D.C. is a partnership of Mars, Incorporated and Washington Performing Arts, with support from Jacqueline Badger Mars.

This event is made possible through the generous support of the estate of Ms. Gwen Petitjean.

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