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  • #GivingTuesday Fundraiser

    December 1 AT 6:00 PM - Mission

    NW, DC. Support DC-based hunger and homelessness organizations at a happy hour with the MARK team.

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  • An Evening at the Garden Concert

    December 1 AT 6:00 PM - United States Botanic Gardens

    SW, DC. Hot Club of DC will be performing gypsy swing music.

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  • Lizt Alfonso Dance Cuba presents Cuba Vibra!

    December 1 AT 6:30 PM - The Lincoln Theatre

    NW, DC. Exciting, riveting, senusal -- Cuba's most popular dance company artfully blends the styles of flamenco, ballet, Afro-Cuban, and jazz, gaining world renown over the last 15 years. #VibraLincoln

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  • Eric Hutchinson

    December 2 AT 8:00 PM - The Barns at Wolf Trap

    VIENNA, VA. Performing his foot-tapping brand of clever pop and indie rock, singer/songwriter Eric Hutchinson takes the stage with radio favorites like “Rock & Roll” and “Watching You Watch Him,” plus songs off his latest album, Pure Fiction.

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  • Robyn Hitchcock

    December 2 AT 8:00 PM - The Barns at Wolf Trap

    VIENNA, VA. Performing his foot-tapping brand of clever pop and indie rock, singer/songwriter Eric Hutchinson takes the stage with radio favorites like “Rock & Roll” and “Watching You Watch Him,” plus songs off his latest album, Pure Fiction.

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  • Let's Be Friends

    December 3 AT 5:00 PM - The Phillips Collection

    NW, DC. An Phillips After 5 event which is a lively mix of art and entertainment, including live music, food, and cash bar, held by the Phillips Collection on the first Thursday of the month.

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  • Vince Staples

    December 3 AT 7:00 PM - U Street Music Hall

    After N.W.A.’s movie, Dre’s final album, and Kendrick’s masterpiece To Pimp a Butterfly, the world thought it had enough California, reality/gangsta rap. Vince Staples grew up in Long Beach and put his experiences growing up into his debut, double album Summertime ’06. It’s a dark record, and a sparse one at that, but it showed that Staples, like fellow Californian Kendrick, is a wiz with a mic and pen. Follow Staples back to that summer, and see what the new generation of top MCs has to offer.

  • Ivy City Speakeasy: A Repeal Day Celebration

    December 3 AT 7:00 PM - Hecht Warehouse

    NE, DC. Come celebrate the repeal of prohibition at Hecht Warehouse with local partners Atlas Brew Works, New Columbia Distillers, Jos. A. Magnus & Co. and One Eight Distilling.

  • The Hip Hop Nutcracker

    December 3 AT 7:30 PM - Strathmore Theatre

    NORTH BETHESDA, MD. A holiday mash-up for the whole family, The Hip Hop Nutcracker re-imagines Tchaikovsky’s classic score through explosive hip-hop choreography. A dozen all-star dancers, an on-stage DJ, and an electric violinist bring the traditional Nutcracker story to life in contemporary New York City.

  • Dark Star Orchestra

    December 3 AT 8:00 PM - 9:30 Club

    Dark Star Orchestra are commonly regarded as the best Grateful Dead tribute act on the planet. The group performs the Grateful Dead's catalog but will often also recreate entire set lists to celebrate certain concerts and selected repertoire from the band's sizable performance history. Two shows: one on Thursday, December 3 and one on Friday, December 4. 8 p.m. both nights.

  • Alexandria’s Holiday Festival

    December 4 AT 10:00 AM - Old Town Alexandria

    ALEXANDRIA, VA. Alexandria’s annual Holiday Festival greets you on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from December 4th to December 20th with additional weekday dates during the week of Christmas. The market brings a variety of holiday festivities to delight adults and children. Live music, a special children’s corner, and unique vendors of arts and crafts, sweets, hot wine, and European food specialties will fill the John Carlyle Square near the King Street Metro station. A Toy Drive by Volunteer Alexandria will be there until the 16th of December to collect new toys for the 700 children in Alexandria that are in need.

  • La Soirée: Embassy of Canada's 5th Annual United Way Benefit

    December 4 AT 7:00 PM - Embassy of Canada

    NW, DC. Join the Embassy of Canada and the local United Way of the National Capital Area for the 5th annual La Soirée event on December 4th, 7pm – 10pm. It’s an event you don’t want to miss: live music featuring DJ Neekola and the Jonny Grave Trio, an urban dance performance, Canadian whiskey-tasting, a chance to win a trip to Toronto, and more! All proceeds go to the United Way.

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    December 4 AT 8:00 PM - The Barns at Wolf Trap

    VIENNA, VA. Uplifting Americana duo whose “soul-nourishing music” (LA Times) will transport you to “The Edge of the World." Tickets: $25-$28.

  • Wolf Trap Holiday Sing-A-Long

    December 5 AT 4:00 PM - Wolf Trap

    VIENNA, VA. Kick off the holiday season with family and friends at Wolf Trap’s 2015 Holiday Sing-A-Long! This annual musical celebration hosts a performance by the United States Marine Band and a Sing-A-Long of Christmas carols and Hanukkah songs with choir and vocal groups from the metropolitan Washington area.

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  • Frost Fest at Pentagon Row

    December 5 AT 5:00 PM - Pentagon Row

    Frost Fest will feature on- ice fireworks display, ice sculpture and fire performers.There will be an $1000 shopping spree giveaway. The rink at Pentagon Row was recently renovated and is now 50 percent larger making it the largest outdoor rink in Northern Virginia at 6,840 square feet.

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  • 5th Annual Repeal Day Celebration

    December 5 AT 5:00 PM - Jack Rose Dining Saloon

    NW, DC.Drink Like it's 1933! Jack Rose Dining Saloon Celebrates Repeal of the 21st Amendment with 5th Annual 1930's-inspired Repeal Day Fête on Saturday, December 5th. Celebrate with Prohibition era cocktails and burlesque dancers

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  • Deerhunter w/ Atlas Sound

    December 5 AT 8:00 PM - 9:30 Club

    NW, DC. At the height of a four-month world tour, Deerhunter crashes into DC to promote their new album, Fading Frontier. The four-part indie rock band will be opened for by Deerhunter frontman Bradford Cox, under his solo alias, Atlas Sound.

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  • Santa's Ugly Sweater Holiday Party

    December 5 AT 9:00 PM - Ultrabar

    NW, DC. Santa hats, Santa outfits, elf attire, ugly, I mean, beautiful holiday sweaters, or any other winter holiday garments and costumes are encouraged! Looking forward to seeing what you come up with as we spread holiday cheer. From 9 - 11 p.m., we'll mix and mingle together before the regular crowd gets there. After 11 p.m., we'll keep it going all night with the regular Saturday night crowd!

  • Washington Piano Society

    December 6 AT 1:00 PM - Cultural Arts Center, Montgomery College

    SILVER SPRING, MD. If you are in the Washington DC area and have a love for classical piano music, then treat yourself to an afternoon of piano performances of the highest level by some of the finest musicians in the Washington DC area. The Washington Piano Society brings you the best in live classical piano music through a series of free concerts.

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  • Share the Love, A Winter Coat & Sock Drive to Benefit Miriam's Kitchen

    December 6 AT 1:00 PM - Philos Bar

    NW, DC. One Love Massive is teaming up with Think Local First DC to host a Winter Coat & Sock Drive to benefit Miriam's Kitchen.

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    December 6 AT 7:30 PM - The Barns at Wolf Trap

    VIENNA, VA. Experience the German a capella quintet who holds the audience “spellbound with its artistry” (The Washington Post) as they sing traditional and contemporary holiday music. Tickets: $35.

  • Calmus, Holiday Concert, Christmas Carols of the World

    December 6 AT 7:30 PM - The Barns at Wolf Trap

    VIENNA, VA. Experience the German a cappella quintet who holds the audience “spellbound with its artistry” (The Washington Post) as they sing traditional and contemporary holiday music.

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  • Sour-Fest

    December 7 AT 12:00 PM - Meridian Pint

    NW, DC. A Five day celebration of the best sour beers. Not to be missed funky drafts include: Bear Republic Tartare, Bear Republic Cuvee Bubba, New Belgium Love Felix, Moonlight Sour Apple, Lost Rhino Exesus Sanctum, Rodenbach Foederbier, Avery 22nd Anniversary, Perennial Funkt Wit and More!

  • Corrosion of Conformity w/ Brant Bjork and The Low Desert Punk Band • Saviours • Mothership

    December 7 AT 7:00 PM - 9:30 Club

    NW, DC. Saviours and Mothership join Corrosion of Conformity, as the legendary metal band reunites with guitarist and vocalist Pepper Keenan at the 9:30 Club.

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  • The Neo-Futurists: Too Much Light Makes the Baby Go Blind

    December 7 AT 8:00 PM - Woolly Mammoth

    NW, DC. The Chicago-based Neo-Futurists return to Woolly for the 5th time with their hilarious never-the-same-twice mini-play extravaganza.

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  • Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings

    December 8 AT 6:30 PM - Lincoln Theatre

    NW, DC. Sharon Jones is a forceful presence, to say the least. On the stage with her band, the Dap-Kings, she swings with the sounds of soul, R&B, and funk. After a 2014 Grammy nomination for their album Give The People What They Want, Sharon Jones & The Dap-Kings look to light up the Lincoln and keep the groove going. #SJonesLincoln

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  • On Tap Winter Year of Beer Sampling

    December 9 AT 6:00 PM - Whitlows on Wilson

    Please join On Tap for a winter sampling Wednesday, December 9th, from 6-8pm at Whitlow's in Clarendon.

  • Wine+Candy with 4 Bottles to Take Home

    December 9 AT 6:30 PM - The Ring Building

    NW, DC. Halloween may only come once a year but we've got a treat for you - wine pairings to go with all that leftover candy! Drink the District is back on December 9th & 10th to serve up this unique experience (no pinkies out, this isn't your parents' wine tasting). Oh, and don't forget every ticket comes with a take home gift of 4 bottles of wine! Tickets include the following: Admission to the Wine+Candy Event, Six Wine Tastings with Complimentary Candy Pairings, Four Bottles of Wine to take home. Cash bar with specials for after the pairings.

  • The Academy Is...

    December 9 AT 7:00 PM - 9:30 Club

    NW, DC. 2005 was a landmark year for the Chicago pop-punk rockers The Academy Is...: Their first album, Almost There, saw wild success, and established the band among the biggest names in pop-punk. Ten years later, The Academy Is... are reuniting to celebrate the anniversary of the album that started it all.

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  • Matisyahu

    December 9 AT 8:00 PM - Strathmore Theatre

    BETHESDA, MD. This tour is in support of Matisyahu’s new album Live at Stubb’s Vol. III. The album looks back on Matisyahu’s extensive catalogue on the 10th anniversary of his breakthrough album Live at Stubb’s with stripped-down reworks of versions of fan favorites such as “King Without a Crown”. Fans can look forward to stripped down, personal shows that take them on a journey through Matisyahu’s musical evolution.

  • Holiday Market & Bonfire in Gateway Park

    December 10 AT 10:00 AM - Gateway Park

    ROSSLYN, VA. ‘Tis the season for eggnog, crackling fires and wrapping paper and ribbon. With the holidays right around the corner, the Rosslyn BID has announced that it will be hosting its third annual Holiday Market from 10 am to 6 p.m. on Thursday, Dec. 10 and 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 11 in Rosslyn’s Gateway Park. From innovative jewelry and sweet treats to handmade clothing, the market will provide a festive and exciting one-stop shop right in time for the holidays. In addition to a host of unique and local vendors, this year’s market will feature exciting new elements.

  • Ex Hex

    December 10 AT 7:00 PM - 9:30 Club

    DC's favorite punk trio last popped up in the District at an early afternoon slot at the inaugural Landmark Festival. Now the punk power trio is catapulted to headlining the 9:30 Club stage, and will fill the room with their incendiary brand of native, DC punk rock.

  • Inspired to Ride

    December 10 AT 7:30 PM - Arlington Drafthouse

    ARLINGTON, VA. “Inspired to Ride,” a stunning documentary about the inaugural TransAm Bike Race held in 2014 on the TransAmerica Trail, will premiere at the Arlington Drafthouse on Thursday, December 10 at 7:30 p.m. “Inspired to Ride” follows closely the journey of a handful of these cyclists as they prepare, compete and experience what riding 300 miles a day feels like with only a few hours of sleep each night. They will rely solely on their fitness, meticulously chosen gear and mental fortitude to get them to the finish. And to make it even more interesting, they will be entirely self-supported – no crew, no follow vehicles and no prize money waiting at the end.

  • Kid Cudi

    December 10 AT 9:00 PM - Echostage

    Kid Cudi first burst into the rap game in 2008 when Kanye West signed him to GOOD Music after hearing his mixtape "A Kid Named Cudi." Over his two "Man on the Moon" albums, and a handful of others, Cudi defined a new space in hip-hop incorporating the spaciness of psychedelia, and gained a few hits along the way too.

  • The Sugarloaf Crafts Festival

    December 11 AT 10:00 AM - Dulles Expo Center

    CHANTILLY. The show is a great place to find one-of-a-kind gifts for anyone and everyone on a holiday list. The show's gourmet food exhibitors have delicious treats perfect for holiday guests or as a gift for the host or hostess.

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  • City and Colour w/ Bahamas

    December 11 AT 6:00 PM - Echostage

    NE, DC. Dallas Green is a Canadian singer songwriter best known as the guitarist/singer of Canadian post-hardcore band Alexisonfire. This December he comes to Echostage performing under his solo acoustic alias, City and Color. Tickets: $40 // #CandCEcho

  • Hoppy Holidays

    December 11 AT 7:00 PM - The Ring Building

    NW, DC. 'Tis the season to celebrate good friends and good fun with a bevy of beverages and live music. Keep warm with savory and sweet treats while you sample stouts, lagers and ales and ponder who's been naughty or nice. Enjoy 3 hours of unlimited tastings of over 30 beers and ciders along with unlimited full pours of 2 beers on the top floor of the Ring Building (indoors) in Dupont (Dupont Metro or Farragut Metros) with your fellow Washingtonians.

  • Vanessa Carlton

    December 11 AT 7:30 PM - Howard Theatre

    Vanessa Carlton's first hit single "A Thousand Miles" traveled thousands of miles across the globe, making it an internationally renowned pop tune and her an renowned singer-songwriter. Since then she had released one platinum selling record and four others, and is now touring in support of her fifth record since 2002.

  • Toby Lightman

    December 11 AT 8:00 PM - Jammin Java

    VIENNA, VA. In a world of auto-tune, Toby Lightman's pure and soulful voice cuts through the noise. She "..oozes spirituality, if not outright womanly sensuality...” -BILLBOARD From her major label debut in 2004 to her current album "Every Kind of People," Toby has mastered her own sophisticated urban pop. With each song, recording or collaboration, Toby continues to hone, craft and perfect her unique sound. Toby Lightman has enjoyed tremendous success with the placement of her music in film and TV. Some of her songs used in television and films include “Everyday” on Fox’s Bones, “Holding a Heart” in numerous shows such as WB’s One Tree Hill, Vampire Diaries, and 90210. Amazingly, eight of Toby's songs were highlighted in a single episode of the ABC Family series The Fosters.

  • Hoppy Holidays Beer Festival

    December 12 AT 7:00 PM - The Ring Building

    NW, DC. Join Drink The District for unlimited beer and cider while rocking out in your ugliest holiday sweater.

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  • Making Strides for MS Soiree 2015

    December 12 AT 8:00 PM - Eastern Market

    SE, DC. Making Strides for MS, the young professionals’ volunteer committee of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Greater DC-Maryland Chapter, is excited to host its 3rd annual Soiree. Join us in your best cocktail attire for an upscale night of dancing, enjoying food and drinks, and bidding on spectacular gift packages in a D.C. neighborhood-themed silent auction. All proceeds from the Making Strides Soirée will benefit people living with MS in our community and help fund research to find a cure for MS.

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  • Fall Soul Event

    December 12 AT 9:00 PM - The Huxley

    NW, DC. Don't miss the biggest Soul night in the capital this Fall. The music is Hip Hop, R&B, Reggae, Soca and a surprise live performance from local artists.

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  • Andrea Bocelli

    December 13 AT 7:30 PM - Verizon Center

    NW, DC. Andrea Bocelli will be returning to the U.S. for his annual December Holiday Tour, bringing his unmatched repertoire of soaring arias, famed love songs and crossover hits to fans in select cities.

  • Hot 99.5 Jingle Ball

    December 14 AT 7:00 PM - Verizon Center

    NW, DC. You know it and you love it. The yearly, pre-packaged, pop powerhouse, programmed festival the Jingle Ball returns to DC. Those who saw it last year will be pleased to see 5 Seconds of Summer again, you can catch Tove Lo if you missed her at 9:30, while Shawn Mender and Demi Lovato will preface District appearances in 2016 when they rock the Verizon Center stage. Also featuring Zedd, Charlie Puth, Hailee Steinfeld, R. City, Alessia Cara and Natalie La Rose.

  • India.Arie "Christmas with Friends"

    December 14 AT 8:00 PM - Howard Theatre

    NW, DC. Master soul singer India.Arie has music in her blood. Her mother was a Motown singer who opened for Al Green and Stevie Wonder (India joined Stevie on the first leg of his Songs in the Key of Life Performance tour), and she has a classic, smooth yet huge soul sound that has brought her millions of album sales and touring across the world. This year she releases a new Christmas album, Christmas with Friends and celebrates the album, Christmas, life, and music at the Howard.

  • The Arcs

    December 15 AT 7:00 PM - 9:30 Club

    NW, DC. While most side projects allow musicians to explore vastly different musician avenues, the Arcs is a bit of a different story. The Arcs is the new side project of the Black Key’s Dan Aurebach, which emphasizes the soul and R&B roots of Aurebach’s usual garage rock output. Whatever the music’s roots may be, the sound is iconically Aurebach. First night is sold out, don’t miss out this night!

  • Foals

    December 16 AT 6:30 PM - Lincoln Theatre

    NW, DC. Foals are the latest and among the current greatest in the continual waves of psychedelic and art rock inspired bands that come from the UK. Their records are pristinely produced examples of well-crafted rock, but they bring tons of energy to the stage (they were voted one of the best live acts in the UK in 2013). This young band is charging like their namesake into live music glory.


    December 18 AT 7:00 PM - U Street Music Hall

    NW, DC. The last time DC saw favorite, growing songs RDGLDGRN, they opened the festivities of the Foo Fighters’ 20th Anniversary Blowout at RFK. They’re coming back down from the stadium stage, for a little while hopefully, to give U Street a schooling in go-go based, indie hip-hop rock. Homecoming shows are always a riot, and RDGLDGRN promise a colorful riot for DC.

  • The District Holiday Gala

    December 18 AT 8:00 PM - Josephine Butler Parks Center

    All proceeds from the District Holiday Gala go to benefit Horton’s Kids, whose mission is to educate and empower the children of Washington, DC’s Ward 8 by providing comprehensive, direct services which improve the quality of their daily lives and nurture their desire and ability to succeed.

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  • A Darlene Love Christmas

    December 19 AT 8:00 PM - Howard Theatre

    NW, DC. For many, Darlene Love is the voice of Christmas. As a protégé/favored singer of Phil Spector during the girl-group and AM radio boom of the early 60s, Darlene sang some of the biggest hits of the early pop radio days. She was also one of the most commonly featured artists on Spector’s iconic A Christmas Gift For You album, including her signature “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home).” Darlene Love is a voice of America and a voice of Christmas; do not miss this uncommon Holiday treat

  • Tigers Are Bad For Horses

    December 19 AT 8:00 PM - Rock and Roll Hotel

    NE, DC. This new, local electronica/synth pop group’s first single went into rotation on SiriusXM’s The Chill within its first week of release. Talk about a vote of confidence. Combining the jazz harmonies and piano sensibilities of keyboardist Lyell Roeder with singer Mellen’s knack for enchanting vocal melodies, this group is a serious, rising force in the DC music scene.

  • Perfect Pussy

    December 19 AT 9:00 PM - Black Cat

    NW, DC. Perfect Pussy is perhaps the most punishing punk group in the mainstream today. Their blistering, all-out sonic blitzkrieg leaves necks snapped, hair blown into mohawks, and audiences drained from their high octane music. Work of the last of those Thanksgiving calories with a punk rock workout.

  • DC Funk/Punk Revival

    December 20 AT 5:00 PM - U Street Music Hall

    NW, DC. Back in the early 80s, the burgeoning punk scene clustered around Dischord Records was enamored with the kings of local music: the go-go bands. To them Go-Go was the aspiration: to be a huge, underground music scene that thousands loved but you had to know about. Some of the most famous concerts of the era were double billings of punk and go-go bands; Minor Threat’s final show was them opening for Trouble Funk. U Street Music Hall tries to recapture a portion of that potent energy with this program, featuring bands, film and more!

  • Todd Wright's 13th Annual Santa Clauster-f@%! Christmas Spectacular

    December 22 AT 7:30 PM - Jammin Java

    VIENNA, VA. Todd Wright hails from Leesburg and, like some of our favorite local musicians, has been making a big name for the DMV in big circles of the music industry. This dexterous, diverse singer-songwriter has contributed songs to countless popular TV shows, and writing all over the country and the world for singers and with other songwriters. He returns to his native Virginia for his 13th annual Clauster-f@%!, featuring a palette of music to paint a different kind of Christmas show.

  • Matzoball

    December 25 AT 7:00 PM - Midtown Partyplex

    NW, DC. This Christmas Eve, thousands of Jewish singles across the country will party in style at what USA TODAY has dubbed “The Number 1 Holiday Party of the Year.” December 24, 2015 will mark the 29th annual Matzoball party so mark your calendars and don’t wait to buy your ticket for the most epic one-night-stand of the year! Since its inception in a Boston nightclub in 1987, Matzoball has been providing young Jewish singles with a place to party and mingle while the rest of the country celebrates the birth of Christ. Resulting in hundreds of marriages and many, many more hookups, Matzoball is the place to be on Christmas Eve. 90% of Matzoball attendees are Jewish singles, aged 21-49, but all are welcome to attend.

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  • Cyrus Chesnut Trio

    December 26 AT 8:00 PM - Blues Alley

    NW, DC. Baltimore-born pianist Cyrus Chestnut draws on his gospel upbringing and his long standing love of pianists like Vince Guaraldi and Bill Evans. He is a regular of Blues Alley and the Jazz Touring circuit, but he’s chosen to come home to his native DMV to give a series of stand-out shows at Georgetown’s hidden hideaway jazz club. He performs a special, two-set dinner setting on New Year’s Eve.

  • 2015 Military Bowl presented by Northrop Grumman

    December 28 AT 2:30 PM - Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium

    ANNAPOLIS, MD. The eighth Military Bowl featuring Navy (if eligible) against an Atlantic Coast Conference team. The Military Bowl benefits the USO and raises money for military families.

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  • The Roots

    December 29 AT 8:00 PM - The Fillmore Silver Spring

    SILVER SPRING, MD. You probably know them as the house band for Jimmy Fallon’s talk shows, but you should know the Roots as one of the most versatile, dynamic, and extraordinary groups in the music world. Coming up in the small world of live band hip-hop, the eclectic, DJ/sample driven nature of hip-hop means that the group has mastered the ability to play anything: soul, R&B, rock, metal, anything you can name.

  • St. Paul and the Broken Bones

    December 30 AT 7:00 PM - 9:30 Club

    NW, DC.Hailing from Birmingham, Alabama, St. Paul and the Broken Bones promise and strive to bring the grit, rhythm, and feeling that makes soul music authentic and great. They're produced by Ben Tanner of Alabama Shakes, they've recorded at the legendary Muscle Shoals, and they bring it all to DC at the very end of 2015. #StPaul930

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  • New Year's Eve at the Kennedy Center with Chaka Khan

    December 31 AT 8:00 PM - Kennedy Center

    NW, DC. DC is known for being one of the funkiest cities in America; just look at our Go-Go music. The Kennedy Center is acutely aware of this and so is giving DC the perfect way to ring in the New Year. Chaka Khan, the Queen of Funk, will bring the funk like no other artist can to make sure your New Year’s Eve is grooving, funky, swinging, and, most importantly, a classic DC dance party.

  • NYE: Night at the Newseum

    December 31 AT 9:00 PM - Newseum

    NW, DC. Project NYE DC’s “Night at the Newseum” is primed to make history with the city’s most stunning, ALL-INCLUSIVE, New Year’s Eve gala. At this breathtaking, seven-level venue you will be immersed in all the glitz and glamour of an unforgettable Black Tie Affair. The evening’s possibilities are limitless, but one thing is for certain: this one-of-a-kind New Year’s Eve experience will definitely steal the headlines.

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  • Gatsby Trilogy

    December 31 AT 9:00 PM - The Sequoia Restaurant

    NW, DC.Back by popular demand, Project NYE DC is thrilled to announce that DC’s #1 New Year’s Eve party is returning for Round Three: THE GATSBY TRILOGY promises to reveal more surprises and spectacles than ever before! A Great Gatsby gathering so astounding, so glittering, so overwhelming that it beckons the masses to come together in celebration of the greatest night of the year!

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  • Charles Bradley & His Extraordinaires

    December 31 AT 9:00 PM - The Hamilton

    NW, DC. Charles Bradley took a longtime, nearly 60 years, to find himself in the spotlight. Because of that, he has a lot of pent-up energy. The 67-year old soul man belts it like Otis, shimmies like Mr. James Brown, and commands a stage like few others in live music. Between him and his Extraordinaries, you’ll be blown away on New Year’s Eve by this extraordinary live music experience.

  • The John K Band

    December 31 AT 10:00 PM - Old Ebbitt Grill

    NW, DC. DMV favorites and house jam band the John K Band will not ring in the New Year so much as slide into it in a chill and groovy fashion. Their musicianship is undeniable and their presence is potent, but their vibe is ultra-laid back. If you want to go out on NYE and do not want to party hard, party soft, slow and, chill with the John K Band.