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One Loudoun To Host Loudoun YouthFest 2014

ASHBURN, Va., Jan. 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- One Loudoun Holdings, LLC, a joint venture of Miller and Smith and NORTH AMERICA SEKISUI HOUSE, LLC (NASH), announced today that One Loudoun will host Loudoun YouthFest on Saturday, June 21, 2014 in their neighborhood amphitheater. Loudoun Youth Inc. and Loudoun County Parks, Recreation, and Community Services produce the event.

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Now in its ninth year, Loudoun YouthFest draws thousands of attendees for a day of teen-centered concerts.  Local youth band winners of the countywide Battle of the Bands series serve as opening acts, followed by a major headliner taking the stage at the end of the night.  

"We are thrilled to host Loudoun YouthFest at One Loudoun, after being a sponsor for many years," said Bill May, Vice President of Miller and Smith. "Not only will it be a great use for our new amphitheater, but it allows us to support the youth of Loudoun County, which has been one of our goals since the creation of One Loudoun."

The move to One Loudoun, located at the corner of Route 7 and Loudoun County Parkway, comes after Loudoun YouthFest was previously held in southern Ashburn. 

Carol Kost, Founder of Loudoun Youth, Inc. said, "Loudoun YouthFest continues to grow and expand thanks to our past success.  One Loudoun is a great location for this Loudoun County tradition.  There will be more exciting details to come soon."  Details on bands, including the headliner, and ticket sales will be coming in the next few months, according to Kost. 

For more information on Loudoun YouthFest visit www.loudounyouth.org.  Local teen bands interested in performing, please visit www.loudounteens.org.  For more information about One Loudoun, please visit www.oneloudoun.com or call Experience One Loudoun at 703.724.1111. 

About One Loudoun:
One Loudoun is a premier 358-acre omni-use, master-planned community in Loudoun County, Virginia, that will feature 1,040 homes, 702,000 square feet of retail including fine dining, upscale shopping and movie theater, a luxury hotel, three million square feet of office space, a clubhouse with pool and an amphitheater – all surrounded by approximately 150 acres of public land with miles of walking trails.  One Loudoun's mixed-use Downtown district opened in Spring 2013 and continues to add new tenants. One Loudoun Holdings, LLC is one of NASH's consolidated subsidiaries in the US. Visit www.oneloudoun.com to learn more, or follow the community on Facebook and Twitter.

Media Contact:
Julie Dillon | Miller & Smith
703.821.2500, ext. 190
[email protected]

SOURCE One Loudoun Holdings, LLC

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