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So many bonus songs!
‘Don’t f%@k this up, DC!’ – Brian Aubert, mentoring the 9:30 Club denizens on how to snap.
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.)
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!
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 southern rock act is touring their new album, The Unraveling, and bringing their show to the 9:30 Club for two nights this week.
The 9:30 Club is about to get a whole lot cooler, as Silversun Pickups perform on March 8th!
With a giant domesticated bear logo as the backdrop, soon-to-be folk legends Caamp set about giving the sold out 9:30 Club adventurers a truly pleasing evening of folk offerings.
What concerts should you enjoy in February?
What concerts should you see to start the new year?
You may have missed your chance, but make an effort to get to the two shows by Caamp at the 9:30 Club on
December 14 and 15th January 30th and 31st!
Donate and win concert tickets to every show at the 9:30 Club in 2020!
What concerts should you see in December?
Head over to the 9:30 Club early on Sunday, November 17th and catch the alternative rockers Slothrust!
It’s November and there are many, many concerts you need to check out in DC! Continue reading “Concert Pick: Top 15 Concerts for November 2019”
Did you get your K K B fix at the 9:30 Club?
I trust you arrived early to Joesph’s show at the 9:30 Club on October 2nd, and caught Seattle’s Deep Sea Diver. They are a very good rock band, and are the main reason I trekked over to the Shaw neighborhood on a Wednesday night. I did enjoy the powerful harmonies of Joseph, but I wasn’t as familiar with them.
Kero Kero Bonito is an electropop band from London, touring for their new EP, Civilisation I. The EP explores religion and the world ending, digging into the threats of social divisions, climate change and more.