On this rainy Tuesday, make sure to swing by Adams Morgan’s Bossa Bistro and Lounge. Chicago-based label Numero Group is hosting a factory outlet at the venue this afternoon, slashing prices on their entire catalog.
This is a chance to browse through the thousands of LPs, CDs, shirts and a slew of other merch from Numero along with legendary D.C. label Dischord, who’ll co-host the pop-up shop. The event runs from 12 p.m.-7 p.m. today.
The pop-up shop is part of a larger U.S. tour Numero is doing this spring. So far the label has brought its factory outlet to Indianapolis, Cleveland, and Nashville, with plans to travel to Baltimore, Philly, Brooklyn, Boston and Providence after their D.C. stop.
Numero, known for its extensive archival and reissued releases, originally started up in 2003. With over 300 releases to boast, Numero has made strides to bring rare, underground sounds to the forefront–a local example being Adams Morgan’s Father’s Children and their 1973 record, Who’s Gonna Save the World.
Numero Group/Dischord Records’s pop-up shop will be held at Bossa from 12 p.m.-7 p.m. Bossa is located at 2463 18th St NW, Washington, DC 20009