WGTS Summer Concert with CAIN
NOTE: This event will happen rain or shine!
WGTS 91.9 and our friends from Adventist HealthCare White Oak Medical Center invite you and your family for a FREE Summer Concert featuring the award-winning band CAIN (Rise Up (Lazarus), I'm So Blessed, Yes He Can)!
Join us for this outdoor event beginning at 3pm with a LIVE broadcast from Johnny & Stacey Stone, free ice cream, games and prizes!
PLUS, free health screenings from Adventist HealthCare, and a blood drive from INOVA.
And then stick around for the concert with CAIN at 6:30pm on the lawn by the lake next to the medical building.
Hands & Heart Project
Support kids and help them succeed! We're asking you to bring school supplies for underprivileged children in our community when you come. And let's show others the good that can happen when people of faith come together. Find out what's needed >
What can I bring to the event?
Feel free to bring a blanket, or camp chair (that sit close to the ground, so it won't obstruct the view of others that are sitting on the ground). Please keep in mind alcohol is prohibited on the premises. Outside food is permitted, but no glass bottles.
There will be food trucks on site to grab some good eats. Additionally, there are food options nearby in the Orchard Shopping Center and less than a mile away off Tech Rd.
Please no pets, however, service animals are permitted.
Where should I park?
Please follow signage for nearby parking when you arrive. There will be no parking in hospital lots, however, there are several lots close by that will be available to use.
Enter this address for parking in your GPS: 11900 Bournefield Way, Silver Spring, MD 20904.
From this parking lot you will be directed to a nearby path to the hospital's lake and the event. Shuttles will also be available from this lot.
Additional parking is available at Orchard Center near the back of the parking lot for Target and LivingWell.
Only ADA parking will be available on the hospital campus. All other hospital parking is reserved for patients and their visitors.
Portable bathrooms will be on site