Here is a look back at our best performing posts in the crazy year that was 2020.
(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.
On the first of two nights, the Drive-By Truckers brought the 9:30 Club alive with a 30-song, 2.5 hour set.
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.
Here is a look at the best performing posts for our main features in the year that was 2019.
Continue reading “A DC Journey: Best of 2019”
The 52nd annaul Folklife Festival comes for only two nights in June.
Here is a look at the best performing posts for each of our main features in the year that was 2018.
Liz Cooper & The Stampede came to the 9:30 Club prepared to deliver on promises and shatter expectations.
I wasn’t sure what to expect from my first NSO pops concert. I could imagine a mega pop star – like Beyoncé or Barry Manilow, belting hits backed by swelling strings. But what to expect when one of your featured artist’s claim to fame is riding Amtrak around the US to bridge the political divide, and the other just finished recording his violin standing barefoot under a bridge?
Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds are bringing their Skeleton Tree tour to fill the cavern of The Anthem. Continue reading “Concert Pick: Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds @ The Anthem (10/25/18)”
Brian Fallon and Craig Finn brought their acoustic storytelling to Sixth & I Historic Synagogue. Continue reading “Concert Review: Brian Fallon with Craig Finn @ Sixth & I (10/4/18)”
You should really give Courtney Marie Andrews a chance. She’s good!
Japanese Breakfast returned to DC with a high-energy show at the 9:30 Club.
Alvvays ends a seven week tour with a night at the 9:30 Club.
Japanese Breakfast returns to DC on the strength of a second album that alters and elevates the experimental dream pop sound of their first album.
Then? Broken up, indefinite hiatus, disbanded. Now? Reunited to celebrate the 10th anniversary of The ’59 Sound.
The band your spellcheck hates is bringing their blend of synth and jangly noise pop to the 9:30 Club.
Spring is in the air, now enjoy a street festival! Continue reading “Do This: Union Market District Street Festival (4/7/18)”
The 7th Annual Firefly Music Festival is coming in June! Head over to Dover, Delaware from June 14-17 for four days of music!
Experience DC’s arts scene!