Young and old alike gathered at the Black Cat Saturday to attend a relaxed festival that included experimental electronic, jazz and indie music.
This post was written by Hatchet staff writer Callan Tansill-Suddath. A new year means a new calendar full of must-see music performances. Lucky for us, this new year promises to bring some great acts to the District. Check out these concerts to ring in first few months of 2017: Run The Jewels Echostage, Jan. 12 Before […]
You’re almost to spring break – have fun with some music and dancing this weekend.
Take this week to check out the oddities of living in D.C., from diverse art exhibits to a classical symphony at the Kennedy Center to an Orwellian book reading sponsored by the D.C. Public Library.
This week, catch up on the latest hits from indie and rock favorites like Alt-J at venues around the District.
When the Black Cat opened, the only large music venue in D.C. was the 9:30 Club, and Dante Ferrando, a restaurant owner and drummer in D.C. punk rock bands Gray Matter and Iron Cross, said he was dissatisfied with the city’s music halls.
Be all ears this weekend with performances by rappers, local folk artists, digital discjockeys and U.K. boy bands.
Blues-infused indie rock group Cold War Kids will headline Fall Fest, the Program Board announced Thursday.
It’s the last weekend of July. We can’t believe it either.
Summer may be winding down, but that doesn’t mean you have to follow suit. Keep your week alive with some concerts, comedy and films.