The City of Rockville celebrates Lunar New Year by offering a free event that includes cultural performances, lite refreshments and kids activities. Organized in partnership with Rockville’s Asian Pacific American Task Force, the Lunar New Year celebration is a source of pride for the city’s Asian community and an educational opportunity for neighbors to learn about Asian culture..
Join Rockville's Mayor and Council for a virtual Memorial Day Ceremony featuring music, presentation of the colors, a guest speaker and wreath laying ceremony. The ceremony can be viewed starting at 9:30 a.m. on Monday, May 31, on the City's YouTube channel or on the event webpage.
Wednesday, June 23 - Saturday, June 26 RedGate Park, 14500 Avery Road, Rockville, MD 20853
Live at RedGate is a free, ticketed four-day event series featuring live music, children's shows and yoga. Tickets are available to Rockville Residents starting Friday, June 4 and to non-residents starting Friday, June 19. There is a limit of six (6) tickets per event, per household.
Hosted by the Human Rights Commission this annual festival celebrates Rockville’s LGBTQ+ community. This free celebration features live intergenerational performances, educational booths, dialogue, kid's activities, food trucks and more.
The ceremony will include a presentation of colors by members of the county fire and rescue service, police and sheriff’s office and remarks by County Executive Marc Elrich, Rockville Mayor Bridget Donnell Newton and County Council President Tom Hucker. Members of the County Council and Rockville city council will read the names of victims of the terrorist attacks.
Saturday, Oct. 2, 2021
Rockville Town Center
Rocktobierfest features three stages of entertainment, including German, rock and children's music. Guests can also enjoy beverages for sale by local breweries and participants, food, and an artisan shopping area. This annual event attracts more than 3,000 people to Rockville Town Center.