In honor of legendary guitarist Eric Clapton, blues guitarist Shaun Hague has put together a night to celebrate the fret master.
From “Tears in Heaven,” to “Layla,” and his classic fret work for legendary rock band, Cream, the music of Eric Clapton has radically transformed the popular music landscape on multiple levels. In honor of this titan of music, blues guitarist Shaun Hague has put together a tribute concert to celebrate Clapton. Hague, who has shared the stage with Amos Lee, John Waite, and blues phenom Kenny Wayne Shepard, calls Clapton his “biggest musical influence.” With songs from Clapton’s early days in the Bluesbreakers to his solo work, this concert traces his legacy in musical detail, and captures what makes him truly special.
There are 2 available parking garages at AMP, including a new one on Trade Street. Valet parking will also be available for a $5 fee. The Old Georgetown Road Garage, located at 11580 Old Georgetown Road, North Bethesda, MD 20852, is directly beneath AMP. The best way to enter the garage is by making a right turn directly into the garage from westbound Old Georgetown Road (between Grand Park Avenue and Executive Blvd). Follow the signs to the AMP elevator and go directly to level 4. The new Trade Street Garage is located at 11860 Trade Street, North Bethesda, MD 20852, right across from AMP and adjacent to the Per Sei apartments. Both are very convenient to the venue. PARKING RATES: First 2 hours FREE 2 to 3 hours $1 3 to 4 hours $3 4 to 5 hours $5 5 to 24 hours $20 Valet parking is also available for $5.