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Sunday Serenade - April 28

Shake off your “Sunday Scaries” and replace them with Sunday Serenades.

On April 28 at Cabin John Regional Park’s Amphitheater (7400 Tuckerman Ln, Bethesda, MD 20817), join Montgomery Parks from 10 am to 11:30 am for a Sunday Serenade event—live music to be performed by ZADIA with Jeremiah Miles.

These events are for all ages. Audience members are encouraged to bring their own snacks, blankets, and lawn chairs. Local food vendor Ella’s Bake Shop will be on-site selling breakfast snack items. Invite your friends and family and make it a picnic in the park. Start your week off right by relaxing on the lawn and listening to live music at Sunday Serenade.

Can’t make it to this Sunday Serenade event? Check out the Sunday Serenade event page to view more dates.

a band playing at Cabin John Regional Park

Audience watching Sunday Serenade performance

attendees at amphitheater listening to music


About the Artist

is a R&B, neo-soul songwriter and vocalist with strong jazz influences.  Born and raised in the suburbs of Maryland, her earliest musical influences include Billie Holiday, Anita Baker, and Sade. In 2016, ZADIA became the lead singer of the Euphoria band, a Baltimore-based performance band known for artistic interpretations of R&B, neo-soul classics infused with jazz elements. They performed at the 2017 Richmond Jazz Festival along with Erykah Badu, The Manhattan Transfer, The Isley Brothers, Maysa, Peabo Bryson, and many other international artists.

ZADIA appeared on the WBAL’s 2019 Emmy-winning primetime holiday special, “Season to Celebrate” and she played “Aunt Em” in a Baltimore production of “The Wiz” musical stage play the same year. On April 28th, ZADIA will be joined by Jeremiah Miles is a multi-saxophonist performing on Alto, Tenor, and Soprano saxophones as well as Electronic Wind Instrument (EWI) – jeremiahmiles. For the last two years, both artists were featured at the All Star Jazz Jam in Lancaster, Pennsylvania.

Zadia and jeremiah miles posing for selfie with music note backdrop