Location

Market Common Clarendon
2800 Clarendon Blvd
Arlington, VA 22201
Phone: (888) 446-7680

Hours

Monday – Saturday
10:00 AM – 9:00 PM
Sunday 11:00AM – 6:00PM

Parking

Up to 1 hour: $6
Up to 2 hours: $8
2-10 hours: $10
Over 10 hours $12
Night rate (6pm to 2am): $6 flat rate

Public Transit

For real-time transportation options including Metrobus, Metrorail, ART bus and Capital Bikeshare, visit CarFreeDiet.com

Metrorail: Take the Orange or Silver Line to the Clarendon station and proceed two blocks east on Clarendon Blvd to the entrance of Market Common Clarendon.

Metrobus: 38B stop on Clarendon Blvd near the parking garage entrance.

Arlington Rapid Transit (ART): Bus stop is near the corner of Clarendon Blvd and Fillmore St.

Market Common Clarendon | FREE Kids’ Concert This Friday!
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FREE Kids’ Concert This Friday!

FREE Kids’ Concert This Friday!

Come sing and dance on The Loop from 10:30am – 11:15am with Mr. Knick Knack!

Mr. Knick Knack! is truly one of the leaders of the kids music scene in the Washington DC area, melting hearts with his infectious original songs focusing on the fundamentals of family, love, and overcoming fear. As a solo artist, he has been making music for kids for over 15 years, performing thousands of shows in the DC area and dominating the regions family music venues.

In 1998, working at Borders Books, Steve quietly started up a weekend musical story time program for young children. “Mr. Knick Knack” was fashioned on a Saturday when one forward child apprised Mr. Rossi that he expected something a tad pizazzier from his entertainment than some guy named just “Steve.” Having just sung together the old standard This Old Man, a second little one in attendance chirped, “knick knack!” in that fateful moment of great expectations, and her mother said, “Howabout ‘Mr. Knick Knack!’?” It seemed satisfactory.