The Fredericksburg Area Museum (FAM) is pleased to announce the return of its highly anticipated Sounds of Summer concert series in historic Market Square beginning on Friday, June 11, 2021 and continuing every second Friday of the month through October 8th, 2021. This 5-month series will feature ticketed outdoor concerts every second Friday night of the month from 6 – 8 PM in historic Market Square located at 907 Princess Anne Street.

In keeping with state COVID regulations, this year’s Sounds of Summer series will be a ticketed event. Tickets will go on sale to the public one week in advance of each concert. Members of the museum will enjoy early access to ticket sales, early concert entry, and preferred seating. Additionally, members will receive discounted ticket prices. Not a member yet? Join online at

Fredericksburg favorite Elby Brass will kick off the concert series on June 11th. Tickets for Elby Brass will go on sale Monday, May 31st through Sunday, June 6th at 5pm (or until tickets are sold out). Tickets for museum members will become available Friday, May 28th. Doors open for member ticket holders at 5:15pm, and 5:30pm for the general public. A full concert line-up, as well as concert sponsor information will be available shortly.

General Public: $5.00 per person
Museum Members: $3.00 per person
Children under 5: Free

Wine and beer will also be available for purchase for those at least 21 years of age. Water will also be available for a $1.00 donation.

Please note, in case of inclement weather concerts will be canceled. To check the status of a concert, please visit, or Facebook at

For more information on this event, or for additional information, please contact Caroline Ford at, or visit us at The FAM collects, researches, interprets, teaches, and preserves the history, heritage, and culture of the Fredericksburg region. We serve a diverse community through a commitment to inclusion, integrity, credibility, and relevance. We will facilitate an understanding and appreciation of how the acts of those who preceded us have shaped this community and the nation at large—providing both lessons and inspiration as we work together to forge a greater community.