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Prince George’s County, also known as P.G. County, is a county that borders on the eastern portion of Washington, D.C. There are many places to explore in this area that will dazzle your senses and provide you with long-lasting memories, whether you are just visiting or are a resident of the area! Because of its proximity to Washington, D.C, this county has become a sought-out destination for culture, food and adventure! Here are the top five events and experiences you should add to your Prince George’s County summer bucket list!
1) The Shops at Iverson Summer Music Series
Enjoy local R&B, reggae and jazz artists from 6-8 p.m. on July 8. This Summer Music Series is a great experience and it’s completely free! Audience seating and canopies will be provided. This event will take place at the Shops at Iverson in Temple Hills, Maryland. For more information, call 301-423-7400.
2) Arts on the Waterfront
For free live music throughout the month of July, check out Arts on the Waterfront at Bladensburg Waterfront Park. The series takes place from 6 p.m.-7:30 p.m. on July 9th, 16th, 23rd and 30th.
3) Summer Jam Series
Experience a culturally charged Friday night in Prince George’s County every week throughout the summer months. This free event will feature face painters, entertainment and a moon bounce. If you need another reason to check it out, there will be delicious food provided, from burgers to chicken, and even a beer and wine garden to satisfy your libation cravings. This is a great way for families and friends to spend a summer evening. Summer Jam happens from 6:30-8:30pm. For more details, call 301-985-5057.
4) Dining In Prince George’s County
Try something new this summer! There are so many great places to dine in Prince George’s County that will expand your cultural horizons. For great tacos, quesadillas and burritos, check out Amos Los Tacos at National Harbor. If you’re ready to end the day with dessert, check out Bellagio Patisserie, also located at the Harbor, for French-inspired chocolates, cookies and cakes. In the mood to try a flight of beer? Don’t forget to check out GWBW: George Washington Beer & Wine. You’ll love all the local varieties of craft beers. The best part is that all the pours are considerably larger than your typical beer-tasting experience! For more information on all the best dining hot spots, click here.
5) National Harbor on the Potomac
Be sure to check out the National Harbor on the Potomac! This 300-acre waterfront destination offers panoramic views just minutes from downtown Washington, D.C. Enjoy delicious waterfront dining spots and unique boutiques and shops that make for a perfect day or night on the town. Late-night entertainment is always unique and exciting. The most iconic and newest attraction of the National Harbor is the Capital Wheel. Take a classic ride 175 feet above the Potomac River Waterfront and snap a picture to remember the moment!
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