Saturday, February 07, 2004

A week-long music festival from February 23 through February 26 in celebration of the third anniversary of, Six Points Music Festival will feature over thirty bands at nine different Arlington venues, all of which are listed on the right hand side of this page, along with the date the festival will visit the venue.

The festival gets it's name from the Six Points of Arlington, representing the county's six major focal points: Ballston, Clarendon, Columbia Pike, Crystal City, Rosslyn and Shirlington. While this year's festival is concentrated along Wilson Boulevard and Metro's Orange Line Corridor, the festival organizers hope to expand the event in future years. As the festival grows, it will include multiple shows taking place at multiple venues.

This site will be updated shortly to include the schedule, a press release, band links and other information on the festival. The schedule for the Six Points Music Festival is currently available at this link.

Arlington Music Scene is an organization dedicated to increasing awareness of and participation in the vibrant music scene in and around Arlington, Virginia. Founded by musicians in February 2001, the organization provides a forum for artists, fans, residents and business owners to interact and pool their resources to benefit the community and the diverse array of local talent within the region. Arlington Music Scene represents a broad range of genres and interests, with the common goal of supporting and enhancing the flourishing regional music scene by fostering a sense of community and by sponsoring events, promotions and other activities. The group is in the process of applying for non-profit status.