Another local band will perform a virtual concert!
‘This is a very special show! Christie, do you want to tell them why?” – Josh Burgess of Yumi Zouma
Time to start supporting your local bands and musicians via live streaming!
Here is a list of ways to help DC’s music venues and breweries.
So many bonus songs!
Restaurants and bars come and go, which is too bad, as many turn into our favorite places to hang out. Let’s look at some of the least desirable closings on H Street NE in the past 10 years.
‘Don’t f%@k this up, DC!’ – Brian Aubert, mentoring the 9:30 Club denizens on how to snap.
(Notice: this show and all other IMP shows [Anthem, 9:30 Club, Lincoln Theatre, and 9:30 Club Presents at U Street Music Hall] between March 12 and March 31 were postponed. The rescheduled date is July 17th. For more info from IMP, please see here.)
The untouchable Brian Fallon is touring in advance of his upcoming album, Local Honey, and the second night of his tour brings him to the Lincoln Theatre.
The synth-pop masters from Minneapolis, Poliça, will grace DC at the end of the month, in front of what will surely be a devoted 9:30 Club crowd.
(Editor’s Note: All I.M.P. concerts (The Anthem, 9:30 Club, U Hall, Lincoln Theatre) have been postponed through March. We will update to this post once (and if) the Poliça concert is rescheduled. Very disappointing music-wise, but now is the time to take the necessary steps to slow the coronavirus pandemic, so completely understood.)
NPS’s current forecast for peak bloom this year is March 27-30. Not too far away!
(Editor’s Note: Due the coronavirus pandenic, the festival has been postponed. When a new date is announced, we’ll update this post.)
Shopping, British post-punk ‘supergroup’ sensations, are gracing DC9 with their presence on March 26th!
(Editor’s Note: Due to the coronavirus pandemic, this show has been postponed. Will update the post when the re-scheduled date is announced.)
A round-up of some recent cool things, and a few that suck.
On the first of two nights, the Drive-By Truckers brought the 9:30 Club alive with a 30-song, 2.5 hour set.
Indie rock band The Districts hits up the 9:30 Club on March 10th!
The environment in films!
What concerts should you enjoy in March?
(Editor’s Note: Due to the coronavirus pandemic, most of these have been postponed or cancelled. Stay tuned for the updates.)
The third annual Dainty Doesn’t Do It panel discussion is on March 3rd, held down on The Wharf at 12 Stories.
Mark your calendars! A film festival is on the way!
The southern rock act is touring their new album, The Unraveling, and bringing their show to the 9:30 Club for two nights this week.
‘What if Lost Boys was about hot vampire women instead?’ – Natasha Khan