Juliet Lloyd at Rocklands Farm Winery
Looking for Friday night plans but not feeling quite up for an energetic night out? We’ve got the perfect option for you: a relaxing night listening to a free live performance by DC’s very own singer-songwriter Juliet Lloyd. Just picture yourself cozied up in Rocklands Farm Winery’s rustic heated barn, a glass of high-quality local wine in hand, listening to music from one of DC’s top rising stars. Her music blends pop, rock, and soul to create something truly timeless and universal, while simultaneously wielding powerful lyrics and vocals that tear at your heart and soul. Known for her ability to captivate audiences with easy charm and standout vocals, it’s no surprise that Lloyd has been compared to acts such as The Fray, Alicia Keys, Carole King, and even Prince. Sounds like a pretty great way to start off the weekend!
Friday, January 14, 2022
Music begins at 6:00 PM EDT
Music ends by 9:00 PM EDT
Rocklands Farm Winery
14531 Montevideo Road
Poolesville, MD 20837
For more information, call 301-825-8075 or visit julietlloyd.com.
This venue offers free live music! Check out their event page here for more information.
Erin Steward is studying Business Hospitality and Tourism Management with a minor in Events Management at Virginia Tech. She loves creative writing, discovering new music, binge-watching her favorite shows, and traveling with family and friends.
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