After the Flood is a homegrown "newgrass" band that started out as a close harmony trio at St. Stephen and the Incarnation Episcopal Church. From the liner notes to their eponymous 2016 CD: “Blurring the boundaries between sacred and secular styles, After the Flood walks the line between the church and the city streets, singing songs of justice and devotion, of brokenness and praise in soaring harmony.” Cosponsored by the Office of Historic Alexandria and FSGW, this is the June concert in the Alexandria After Work concert series held in the heart of Old Town Alexandria at 6 pm on the second Friday of each month. Take the free trolley that runs every 15 minutes from King Street Metro station! In the gardens of the historic Murray-Dick-Fawcett House, 517 Prince Street, if the weather is good; at the Lyceum, 201 S. Washington Street, if it rains. $15 suggested donation; cash bar.
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