The Reston Town Center is the hub of many retail, social and special events in Reston. With quality restaurants, a…More variety of national retail stores and residences and offices, the Reston Town Center is Reston's "lifestyle center" The Hyatt Regency Reston is also located here. The Reston Town Center Pavilion hosts concerts and special events in summer and is home to an ice skating rink in winter.
Reston Community Orchestra 2310 Colts Neck Rd, Reston, VA20191 Founded in 1988, the Reston Symphony Orchestra is an all-volunteer, not-for-profit organization offering free spring,…More summer, fall and winter concerts for the public.
Reston Town Center is an outdoor venue designed to serve as a downtown-style community area. It offers shopping,…More dining and entertainment, and features more than 50 retailers, 30 restaurants, a multiplex cinema and the Hyatt Regency Reston Hotel. There are multiple banks and ATM machines there, as well as a FedEx office.
The center is open to festivals, special events and concerts. A free summer concert series and a fine arts festival occur annually in the pavilion. The center is also available to rent for private events such as business meetings, dinners and parties. Ice skating facilities are available in the winter. Free parking is available at its six garages and center lot. Visit Reston Town Center's website to view a calendar of scheduled events.
The Hub Theatre 1925 Isaac Newton Sq E, Reston, VA20190 The Hub is a professional, nonprofit theater. It is headquartered in Reston, and produces its full-scale productions…More at the John Swayze Theatre at the New School of Northern Virginia in Fairfax. The Hub partners with the Greater Reston Arts Center in Reston, where it produces a Staged Reading Series and holds special workshops and winter camps for children. The mission of the Hub Theatre is to produce work that highlights common humanity and to create a theatrical experience that is at once challenging and inclusive, and to be a place where all gather to experience and inform a transcendent exchange unique to live theatre. The Hub is a member of the Arts Council of Fairfax and the Helen Hayes Awards. Check the website for details on performances or for information on how to get involved or how to donate to the theater.