Were you thinking of staying home this weekend? Don’t do it. This weekend is three days long! That’s way too much time to spend cooped up in your house. Get out to these shows instead!
The Wharf’s new venue Union Stage has a double feature tonight. Come early for witty folk band Handsome Hound & Friends, featuring guest appearances from Andrew Grossman of The North Country, Nefra Faltas of Humble Fire, Kelly Servick of Near Northeast and Kate Taylor Mighty.
Stick around Union Stage tongiht and revel in nostalgia at the Back to the 90s Party with Maryjo Mattea as Alanis Morrissette, Party Like It’s as No Doubt and The Good Time Boys as the Red Hot Chili Peppers.
The dapper young lads in Wylder will make you fall in love with indie folk all over again. They’ve played our Millennium Stage showcase, and now they’re headlining an early Saturday night show at U Street Music Hall, with support from Virginia Man.
Louisa Hall and her many ukuleles make silly and earnest songs about modern love. Celebrate the release of her new EP Barista Boyfriend at Vienna’s Jammin’ Java with openers Vadim, a new acoustic project from Andy Valenti and Alex Vans, and the ever-charming Victoria Vox.
It’s Presidents Day, and we bet you have some feels about presidents today. Express yourself at DC9 with DC queer punk band Homosuperior, with help from Baltimore punk bands Birth (Defects) and Margins. Dress to impress!