Teen Events & Programs

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Loudoun Battle of the Bands

Loudoun’s Battle of the Bands is a joint venture among PRCS, Loudoun Youth Inc. and the Loudoun County Youth Advisory Council (YAC). The annual competition supports YAC’s mission for teens, by teens. It also provides a free platform for teen musicians to play for a live audience with professional sound mixing and constructive criticism by a panel of industry professionals serving as judges.

During the first three battles, artists compete for first place, second place, fan favorite and soloist. The four winners from each night will compete in the final battle. Prizes are awarded to the winning acts.

Dates & Locations

  • Battle # 1 -  Friday, December 16, 2022, Cascades Overlook Event Center in Sterling
  • Battle # 2 –  Friday, January 27, 2023, Cascades Overlook Event Center in Sterling
  • Battle # 3 – Friday, February 24, 2023, Cascades Overlook Event Center in Sterling
  • Final Battle – Friday, March 24, 2023, Tally Ho Theater in Leesburg


  • Doors open at 6:00 p.m. for these events.
  • Battles 1-3 - $5
  • Final Battle - $8

Artists Details

Battle One
Battle Two
Battle Three

Eshaal Mirza
The Wickers
The Saltines
Ben Demase
Savia Lily
Purple Voyagers

Evan Harris
38 Dawgz
Songs in a Suitcase
Brigit Cook
Eternal Moon
Penelope Lyla
River Bend Advanced Guitar
Ed Chong

Alex Panholzer
Downe Lands
When I was your man by Bruno Mars
Lillian Hackett
World View
Natalie Williams

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TED Talks

Interested in learning how to give a TED talk? Attend our TEDEd Student Talks information session!

November 15, 6:30 p.m. 
PRCS Admin Office 
742 Miller Dr. SE Leesburg, VA 

The program is free and dinner will be provided! For questions about the program send us an email.

Use this sign up genius link to sign up today! 

  1. Teen Volunteers
  2. Youth Development
  3. Youth Advisory Council

Teen Volunteer Program    

  • Provides an opportunity to complete your community service hours in a dynamic setting
  • Volunteer opportunities vary and may include service hours in children’s programs, parks and community centers
  • Current volunteer opportunities are for high school teens.

How to participate

For Parents of Teens

  • In order to develop their communication skills, teens are required to complete the application, contact references, make program inquires and handle professional communication on their own.
  • To keep parents informed, teens can copy parents on email communications, and our staff will use "reply-all" when responding.

More Information

For more information, contact us by phone at 703-777-0343 or by email.