AARP is a proud sponsor of this year's Summer Stage Concert series. Stop by our booth at the concerts below and learn more about what we are doing in YOUR community. You definitely do not want to miss them!
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AARP believes building community is about building connections. That's why we are working across the state to generate more opportunities for our members to connect with resources and fun near them, and to meet new people who share their passions and values.  More than just the national member benefits and discounts, we have local partnerships that can help you live a healthier life, try new things and experience more of what our state has to offer - without spending more than you have to! If you aren't taking advantage of the art, music and culture of your community - then you don't know 'aarp'! Get to know us:
Back by popular demand,  AARP members and their guests can enjoy great music at discounted prices all summer long.
Join AARP Idaho this summer for the Idaho Botanical Garden 2015 Great Garden Escape Summer Live Music Series. Show your AARP membership card at the entrance to receive a discounted admission! Concerts are Thursday evenings, running from June through September.
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A packed house at the historic Howard Theatre took in a range of music genres at the second Summer Nights concert. Offered by AARP DC, the audience swayed to the cool sounds, then got on the dance floor with well-known musical talent who are favorites with Washington, DC-area audiences. As with the first concert, WHUR Radio personality and comedian Joe Clair was MC for Summer Nights.
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An invasion on U.S. soil began 50 years ago when four mop-topped young lads from Liverpool landed at JFK International Airport in New York.  It was spreading overseas and now America was ready for . . . the Beatles.  First stop was “The Ed Sullivan Show,” broadcast live from New York on Sunday night.  The audience went wild in those black and white TV days.  But their first North American concert was on Feb. 11, 1964, in the nation’s capital at The Washington Coliseum where over 8,000 fans were waiting.  The historic night was recreated here in Washington by “Beatlemania Now,” a tribute band that plays, acts and looks like the Beatles.
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Looking for something unique to do this Valentine's Day? You're in luck! AARP MD is offering a special member discount for a Valentine’s Day concert in Rockville, MD, featuring Billboard Top 10 Jazz keyboardist/pianist Marcus Johnson! Master of the “urban groove,” keyboard master Johnson spikes smooth jazz with the rhythms of rap and the soul of R&B.
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On February 11, 2014, AARP will sponsor the 50 th Anniversary celebration of the first-ever Beatles concert in North America. The Beatles Yesterday & Today event will feature a tribute concert with Beatles impersonators in the same venue as the original event, the Uline Arena, which is located in Northeast Washington D.C.  Singer Tommy Roe will recreate his opening set from the February 11, 1964 concert at this upcoming event as part of the celebration of the 50th Anniversary of the Beatles invasion of America. There also will be an exhibition of images from the original concert, shot by photographer Mike Mitchell, who was an 18-year old freelancer at the time. AARP members will receive 15% off their ticket price – enter the promo code “AARP” at checkout. Proceeds from the event will benefit the D.C. Preservation League , which has rehabilitated the Uline Arena for this historic event. For tickets and more information, visit (Photo credit: Mike Mitchell)
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You're Special! If you are an AARP member in Vermont, we've negotiated some special deals for your entertainment pleasure. Check out the listings below for some great music, theater and educational events with a special price just for you.
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