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Sweetgreen Has Canceled Sweetlife Festival

January 27, 2017 | 0 Comments

As major music festivals begin to roll out their summer lineups, there’ll be one missing this year–salad chain Sweetgreen has axed its annual Sweetlife Festival. The Washington Post first reported the news. The event initially...

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Promotions company I.M.P.–which operates 9:30 Club, the Lincoln Theatre, Merriweather Post Pavilion and other local venues–has announced the name of its new music venue opening this fall–the Anthem. The Anthem will be a part of the...

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After selling out last year’s festival, Broccoli City has announced this year’s initial lineup. Rae Sremmurd and Solange will headline the show, which will take place on May 6 at Gateway Pavilion in Congress Heights. 21...

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Photos and video by Terrance Doyle Since last November, D.C. music venue and pizzeria Comet Ping Pong has been mercilessly harassed due to a completely-bogus conspiracy theory known as Pizzagate. After an armed gunman was arrested at the venue in...

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If you haven’t heard yet, we’re set to present our first festival this March called Sounds of the City. It’s a four-day celebration spotlighting D.C.’s creative community through live music, workshops, panels, networking events, interactive experiences and...

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Just before hitting the road for his international tour, Oddisee is inviting the public to watch his rehearsal show this Friday, Jan. 27. He’ll perform with his full band, the GoodCompny, at St. Stephen’s Church....

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With the inauguration just a day away, there’s a lot of built up anxiety going into the weekend. But, here’s something that’ll lift your spirits a little–you can stream Priests’ new album ahead of its scheduled...

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Janelle Monáe, Maxwell, the Indigo Girls, MC Lyte, Samantha Ronson, Angelique Kidjo and more will perform at this Saturday’s Women’s March on Washington. “I am honored to join this critical movement to bring justice and...

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Last week we announced our first-ever festival called Sounds of the City, which will bring together D.C.’s creative community for a four-day celebration. Some of the awesome events we’ve got planned include D.C.’s first-ever local...

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Update: Sounds of the City has launched its Indiegogo campaign to help fund the festival’s efforts! Help supports the local artists by donating to the cause here. When it launched around this time five years...

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Photos: Title Fight @ Rock and Roll Hotel 1.7.17

January 11, 2017 | 0 Comments

Photos from Title Fight’s sold out show at Rock and Roll Hotel, by Julia Leiby...

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The National and Common are set to headline Show Up!, a benefit concert at 9:30 Club hosted by Planned Parenthood and All Access Coalition. “Women should be able to make their own decisions about their...

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Photos by Luke Anahazy and Lindsay Hogan for DCMD Well, this is a bummer. On Friday evening, Young Rapids and The El Mansouris announced their break ups, with one last show scheduled for Friday, Jan. 27...

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D.C. Americana band The North Country has built a solid rep in D.C. for pushing the musical boundaries, but they’re about to take things to the next level with an ambitious new art project called The...

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Following its initial lineup announcement last month, D.C.’s premier punk and hardcore music festival Damaged City Fest has revealed the next wave of bands slated to perform at this year’s event. The newly-announced list includes D.C....

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As Donald Trump struggles to find musicians to headline his inauguration ceremony, The Washington Post reports that Busboys and Poets has nailed down another big-named act for its alternative inauguration party, Peace Ball–Solange Knowles. The announcement follows...

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