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“Take a Break” summer concert series moves to Reston Station

Reston Station seen from Google offices (staff photo by Jay Westcott)

A popular concert series is shifting to a new location in Reston.

Reston Community Center’s “Take a Break” concert series will relocate from Lake Anne Plaza to Reston Station on Thursday evenings beginning this summer.

The series takes place from 7-8:30 p.m. and gives attendees a chance to learn dance moves. The venue change was made because the use of the plaza “is being revisited by the Lake Anne of Reston Condominium Association,” according to a statement.

“Final policy and application materials for it were not available in time to proceed with planning adequately for summer 2022,” according to the statement.

Concert-goers will still be able to take advantage of free parking. ParkX will offer parking validation for concert-goers from 6:30-9:30 p.m.

“The Reston community looks forward to RCC’s summer concert series all over Reston,” said RCC Board Chair Bev Cosham. “We hope the short distance down the road to Reston Station won’t be inconvenient and that we will see all of our Lake Anne neighbors and friends there.”

Comstock’s senior vice president of marketing Tracey Schar welcomed the series to the plaza.

“We are proud to partner with Reston Community Center to enhance our 2022 Summerbration entertainment event schedule and look forward to welcoming everyone to Reston Station,” Schar said.

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