Summer may be coming to an end soon, but we’ve got the cure for your end-of-summer blues with upcoming concerts in almost every genre, from indie rockers to female DJs that’ll spin your socks off.
Guitarist Evan Currie describes the Canadian rock band's vibe as “Pure, simple, good-time music,” and that's exactly what you'll get at this show and with their newest album, Changing Colours.
This DC-native singer, songwriter, guitarist, drummer, and record producer is on an international tour for his new album, God's Favorite Customer.
Pack a picnic, bring a blanket, and relax below the Capitol Columns to hear how a collaboration of artists add a hip-hop twist to classic medleys and landmark originals.
Undeniably captivating from the moment she enters the room, Tigerlily’s electrifying stage presence and drive to transcend the traditional expectations of a DJ puts her in a league of her own.
Tanukichan's debut album is hazy, dreamy, and reflective, just like a lazy Sunday afternoon. Her tunes are relatable, with a coming-of-age theme running through much of the record.
Chicago-area hip-hop musician Juice WRLD delivers introspective lyrics atop melodic production, much like Travis Scott and Post Malone. Watch him conquer the stage with Lil Mosey at Echostage.
You know you want to drown in the nostalgia of "Mr. Jones" and "A Long December," so come see Adam Duritz, his epic dreads, and the rest of the band make you feel all the feels.
Forged in the glowing embers of DC, FuzzQueez's music revolves around social injustice and feminine power. If you want to rock out hard and rage against the patriarchy, this is the show for you.
Twelve-time Grammy award-winner and international superstar Shakira will prove to fans that her hips still don't lie when she comes to DC as part of her long-awaited El Dorado tour.
Ms. Lauryn Hill’s prolific rhymes catapulted her into the public eye, and now, 20 years since her debut album, the songstress is back with The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill Anniversary tour.