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Series of free outdoor concerts in Catonsville area begins with Westview Park finale Aug. 16

The summer season is beginning to wind down, as are the series of free weekly outdoor concerts in the Catonsville area.

Aug. 16: This year's Westview Park Summer Concert Series on Thursday evenings concludes with Mirror Image performing a tribute to the Andrews Sisters.

Enjoy the songs that Patty, Maxene and LaVerne Andrews made hits in the late 1930s and throughout the 1940's starting at 7 p.m. in Westview Neighborhood Park, at the corner of Chesworth and Gilston Park roads.

Music fans should bring chairs, blankets and picnics to the concert, which is sponsored by the Edmondson-Westview Recreation and Parks Council and the Baltimore County Department of Recreation and Parks.

Aug. 17: The Frederick Road Fridays concert series continues with Revolver, 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Formed in 1980, the band plays a mix of modern music and classic rock 'n' roll from the 1970s and 1980s that ranges from Adele to Pink Floyd to Whitesnake. Revolver is scheduled to take the stage at Egges Lane, next door to the Catonsville Fire Department, 756 Frederick Road.

The Friday series, sponsored by Greater Catonsville Chamber of Commerce, is now in its fifth season.

For information about the concerts, go to http://www.catonsville.org.

Aug. 18: The U.S. Army's premier touring pop/rock band, The Volunteers, will perform a blend of popular American music, including rock 'n' roll, pop, country and more at 7 p.m. at Fort Meade.

The annual summer Saturday series is open to the public at Constitution Park, off English Avenue.

Attendees are encouraged to bring lawn chairs or blankets. In the event of inclement weather, the concert will be canceled.

For information, go to http://www.ArmyFieldBand.com.

Aug. 18: Lurman Woodland Theatre weekend series features Too Big to Fail playing the blues and classics by The Band, The Beatles, The Grateful Dead and The Rolling Stones.

Aug. 19: Lurman Woodland Theatre weekend series features nearly 90 musicians in the Columbia Concert Band performing music ranging from patriotic to modern to Broadway.

Saturday and Sunday shows in the natural setting off Hilltop Road on the Catonsville High School campus are both 6-8 p.m.

Fans should bring chairs or blankets. Bench seating available on a first-come, first-served basis.

Food and drinks available for purchase or fans can bring their own.

No alcohol, grills or pets.

Donations accepted to support the annual summer series.

For information about the concerts, go to http://www.lurman.com.

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