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Billy Joe Shaver
Thursday 07/10
Billy Joe Shaver @ The Hamilton Live
$20 / $25
Billy Joe Shaver has never been a household name, but his songs became country standards during the '70s and his reputation among musicians and critics hasn't diminished during the ensuing decades. One of the best synopses of Shaver's upbringing is his own song, "I Been to Georgia on a Fast Train." When he sings, "my grandma's old-age pension is the reason that I'm standing here today," he ain't kidding. The "good Christian raising" and "eighth grade education" -- not to mention being abandoned by his parents shortly after being born, working on his uncles' farms instead of going to high school, and losing part of his fingers during a job at a sawmill -- are all part of his life story. "I got all my country learning," he sings, "picking cotton, raising hell, and bailing hay." After several trips between Texas and Tennessee, he appeared one day in 1968 in Bobby Bare's Nashville office, where he convinced Bare to listen to him play. Bare ended up giving him a writing job and soon his songs began to see the light thanks to Kris Kristofferson ("Good Christian Soldier"), Tom T. Hall ("Willie the Wandering Gypsy and Me"), Bare ("Ride Me Down Easy"), and later, the Allman Brothers ("Sweet Mama") and Elvis Presley ("You Asked Me To"). Shaver's real breakthrough, though, came in 1973 when Waylon Jennings recorded an album composed almost entirely of Shaver's songs, Honky Tonk Heroes -- largely considered the first true "outlaw" album. Shaver's own debut album, Old Five and Dimers Like Me, was produced by Kristofferson in 1973. Along with the title track, it contained now-classic Shaver songs "Willie the Wandering Gypsy and Me" and the aforementioned "Georgia on a Fast Train." In 1978 Johnny Cash recorded "I'm Just an Old Chunk of Coal (But I'm Gonna Be a Diamond Some Day)," a song Shaver wrote just after he chose to give up drugs and booze and turned to God for help. All Music Guide lists 23 albums, from 1973’s Old Five & Dimers Like Me through 2007’s Everybody’s Brother. Among his many classic songs are “I'm Just an Old Chunk of Coal (But I'm Gonna Be a Diamond Some Day),” “Honky Tonk Heroes,” “Georgia on a Fast Train,” “Live Forever,” “Tramp on Your Street,” and “Try and Try Again.” In 1999, Shaver was invited to perform at the Grand Ole Opry. In 2005, Billy Joe Shaver performed on CMT Outlaws. In 2006, he was inducted into the Texas Country Music Hall of Fame. He recently served as spiritual advisor to Texas independent gubernatorial candidate Kinky Friedman and his 2007 album “Everybody’s Brother” was nominated for a GRAMMY. For his efforts, the Americana Music Association awarded him their Lifetime Achievement Award in Songwriting. Shaver is truly one of the most respected living figures in American music. Bob Dylan, who rarely covers other writers, has often played Billy Joe‘s “Old Five And Dimers Like Me” in concert. Johnny Cash called him “my favorite songwriter.” The Washington Post noted, “when the country outlaws were collecting their holy writings, Billy Joe Shaver was carving out Exodus.”
Hamilton Leithauser (of The Walkmen)
Sunday 07/13
Hamilton Leithauser (of The Walkmen) @ The Hamilton Live
$18 / $20
Hamilton Leithauser announces his debut album Black Hours - inaugurating a new chapter in an already remarkable career from The Walkmen front man - out June 3rd via Ribbon Music. The album brings Leithauser full circle and then some, from lonely midwinter piano-and-vocals sessions, to a loud, live Rock n Roll group and back again. Featuring Leithauser with a slew of talented collaborators including Rostam Batmanglij (Vampire Weekend), Paul Maroon (The Walkmen), Morgan Henderson (Fleet Foxes) and Richard Swift (The Shins/solo), the album showcases Leithauser at his most passionate, personal and free. In its orchestrated rhythms, dynamic vocals, and generous production, Black Hours speaks from one booming voice. The instrumentation provides muscle and texture: Maroon covering a wide range of acoustic and electric guitars as well as grand piano; Batmanglij switching between guitar, harpsichord, piano, bass and harmonica; Henderson takes the marimba and upright bass, and Swift lays down impressive drums on seven tracks. Amber Coffman from the Dirty Projectors provides backing vocals on several numbers and even Hugh McIntosh of Leithauser’s first band, the Recoys, returns to the drum stool for a pair of songs. Principal recording was done in August 2013 at Vox Studios in Los Angeles, “the oldest private studio in the world”, where Nat King Cole, Bing Crosby, Johnny Mercer, and countless others cut demos before appearing on air at NBC studios, just across Melrose Ave. The lineup for Leithauser’s band includes Paul Maroon, Nick Stumpf, Kevin Barker, and more.
Golden State Lonestar Review featuring Mark Hummel, Anson Funderburgh, & Little Charley Baty
Tuesday 07/15
Golden State Lonestar Review featuring Mark Hummel, Anson Funderburgh, & Little Charley Baty @ The Hamilton Live
$15 / $20
GOLDEN STATE-LONE STAR Revue is a concept of a cross country meeting of the minds between California and Texas musicians. All have known each other for years. The rythm section have played in bands since high school but all share a deep passion for REAL BLUES. Singer and Harmonica master MARK HUMMEL- has just finished his blues memior "Big Road Blues:12 Bars On I-80" on MountainTop Press. Here's what a few musicians think of Hummel's book debut: "This book ought to be required reading for ANY aspiring blues musician. I LOVED IT!" Huey Lewis "Not as bad as I thought it might be. Well written. I think many will enjoy reading it" Charlie Musselwhite "A great read. There haven't been too many books written about the West Coast blues scene and specifically harmonica players, so Mark's story helps fill in the gaps from a personal point of view." John Mayall Hummel's been steadily on the road since 1984 and released 17 albums and CDs since starting out. His latest is a Little Walter Tribute called BLUE AND LONESOME. Hummel has recorded for Flying Fish,Tone Cool and ElectroFi Record(his current) labels since the early 90s. Mark's been nominated for three years in a row for Best Harmonica by the BMA Awards. Hummel's has been performing and producing the BLUES HARMONICA BLOWOUTS in CA. since 1991 and has performed with these multi artists events with the top players in the genre all across the planet. "Mark Hummel came of age in the early 70s, at the height of rock and roll,like many of his peers went and bought a harmonica and hasn't stopped playing since. A specialist in West Coast Blues he's a seasoned showman who knows more than a thing or two about how to please an audience." says THE NEW YORKER LITTLE CHARLIE BATY-is the former leader and masterful guitarist from Alligator Records recording act"Litle Charlie & the Nightcats". Charlie and the Nightcats have recorded 12 albums on Alligator and have been one of the West Coast's most successful blues acts, touring the globe for over 25 years. They've played every major Festival you can think of and every blues joint from Maine to Spain. Guitar World declares, "Baty's straight blues playing is eye-popping...he stretches solos to the breaking point, skittering on the edge, where one wrong note will bring the whole thing crashing down." "Little Charlie Baty plays as much guitar as Eric Clapton and Buddy Guy put together," raves The Village Voice. "He is one of the swiftest, most fluent guitarists working in any genre". ANSON FUNDERBURGH- a native of Texas, has spent the majority of his adult life playing the blues. Anson has earned the respect of artists like Delbert McClinton, Boz Scaggs, Jimmie & Stevie Ray Vaughan and Ronnie Earl. Over the years, these musicians have called on Anson to lend his tremendous guitar talents to their projects. Funderburgh recorded with the Fabulous Thunderbirds on their Butt Rockin' album, and went solo in 1981, when the New Orleans-based BlackTop label released Talk to You by Hand, the label's first release. Funderburgh added Myers on harmonica and lead vocals in 1986. Myers had traveled for years on the chitlin circuit, where he had the chance to accompany people like Elmore James and Robert Junior Lockwood. Funderburgh continued his association in the '90s with Black Top releasing Tell Me What I Want to Hear (1991), Live at Grand Emporium (1995), and That's What They Want (1997). After releasing nine albums on Black Top, in 1999 Funderburgh changed record labels with the release of Change in my Pocket for Bullseye Blues, a cd which won several W.C. Handy Awards. Since the passing of long time musical partner Sam Myers, Anson has concentrated on raising a family, working very local gigs and performing at a smattering of festivals around the world. Now Anson has caught a renewed dose of the performing bug and will begin to perform more regularly with the distinct possibility of regular tours in the coming years.

    Monday, December 24

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    The Phillips Collection
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    The Phillips Collection
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    National Museum of Women in the Arts
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    The Phillips Collection
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    Woolly Mammoth Theatre
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    The Phillips Collection
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    Thursday, December 27
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    The Phillips Collection
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  • Reading Room: Duncan Phillips and Washington Collections in the 1920s
    The Phillips Collection
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    Thursday, December 27
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    The Phillips Collection
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    Thursday, December 27
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    National Museum of Women in the Arts
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    Thursday, December 27
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    National Museum of Women in the Arts
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    The Phillips Collection
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    Heiner Contemporary
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    Thursday, December 27
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    Thursday, December 27
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  • PPU Records + Future Times Present George Smallwood at Tropicalia
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    Woolly Mammoth Theatre
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    8:00PM
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  • Friday, December 28

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    Fillmore Silver Spring
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    The Hamilton Live
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    Bethesda Urban Partnership
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    The Phillips Collection
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    The Phillips Collection
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    The Phillips Collection
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    The Phillips Collection
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    National Museum of Women in the Arts
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    National Museum of Women in the Arts
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    The Phillips Collection
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    Heiner Contemporary
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    Friday, December 28
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    The Howard Theatre
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    Kennedy Center Opera House
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    Friday, December 28
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    Kennedy Center Eisenhower Theater
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    Friday, December 28
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    Tropicalia
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    7:00PM
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    Woolly Mammoth Theatre
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    7:00PM
    Friday, December 28
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    Rams Head Live
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    7:30PM
    Friday, December 28
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    Malmaison
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    Rock and Roll Hotel
    $10
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    The Red Palace
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    Artisphere
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    9:00PM
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    Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater
    $109.00
    9:00PM
    Friday, December 28
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    Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater
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    9:00PM
    Friday, December 28
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    Woolly Mammoth Theatre
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    9:00PM
    Friday, December 28
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  • Red Fridays Pres. Sam ‘The Man’ Burns vs Chris Burns
    U-Street Music Hall
    $10.00
    10:00PM
    Friday, December 28
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  • Saturday, December 29

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    Start Making Sense
    The Hamilton Live
    $19
    7:00PM
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    Bethesda Urban Partnership
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    9:00AM
    Saturday, December 29
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    Bethesda Urban Partnership
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    9:00AM
    Saturday, December 29
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    The Phillips Collection
    Free
    10:00AM
    Saturday, December 29
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  • Political Wits, 100 Years Apart: Daumier and Oliphant at the Phillips
    The Phillips Collection
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    10:00AM
    Saturday, December 29
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  • Reading Room: Duncan Phillips and Washington Collections in the 1920s
    The Phillips Collection
    Free
    10:00AM
    Saturday, December 29
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  • Sandra Cinto: One Day, After the Rain
    The Phillips Collection
    Free
    10:00AM
    Saturday, December 29
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    National Museum of Women in the Arts
    Free
    10:00AM
    Saturday, December 29
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    National Museum of Women in the Arts
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    10:00AM
    Saturday, December 29
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  • Xavier Veilhan: (IN)balance
    The Phillips Collection
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    10:00AM
    Saturday, December 29
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  • Million Dollar Quartet
    Kennedy Center Eisenhower Theater
    $50.00 / $50.00
    1:00PM - 3:15 PM
    Saturday, December 29
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  • Housebound
    Heiner Contemporary
    Free
    6:00PM
    Saturday, December 29
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  • Martha Reeves & The Vandellas
    The Howard Theatre
    $30.00 / $35.00
    6:00PM
    Saturday, December 29
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  • Bethesda Essay and Short Story Contest
    Bethesda Urban Partnership
    Free
    7:00PM
    Saturday, December 29
    Click to Expand
  • Irving Berlin’s White Christmas
    Kennedy Center Opera House
    $45.00 / $45.00
    7:00PM - 4:00 PM
    Saturday, December 29
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  • Irving Berlin’s White Christmas
    Kennedy Center Opera House
    $45.00 / $45.00
    7:00PM - 10:00 PM
    Saturday, December 29
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  • Million Dollar Quartet
    Kennedy Center Eisenhower Theater
    $50.00 / $50.00
    7:00PM - 9:15 PM
    Saturday, December 29
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  • The Pajama Men: In The Middle Of No One
    Woolly Mammoth Theatre
    $35.00
    7:00PM
    Saturday, December 29
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  • Drive-By Truckers- 3 Night Pass
    9:30 Club
    $100.00
    8:00PM
    Saturday, December 29
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  • Listen Local First Series: Dance for the Dying, Paperhaus & Mittenfields
    Red Palace
    $10.00
    8:30PM - 12:30 AM
    Saturday, December 29
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  • ELIZABETH GRAEBER CREATES WORK FOR ART ON THE ART BUS: HAND DRAWN BAZAAR
    Artisphere
    Free
    9:00PM
    Saturday, December 29
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  • My Fair Lady
    Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater
    $109.00
    9:00PM
    Saturday, December 29
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  • Pullman Porter Blues
    Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater
    Free
    9:00PM
    Saturday, December 29
    Click to Expand
  • The Pajama Men: In The Middle Of No One
    Woolly Mammoth Theatre
    $35.00
    9:00PM
    Saturday, December 29
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  • W3FI: A DIGITAL EXPERIENCE REVEALING THE CONNECTIONS BETWEEN OUR ONLINE + OFFLINE SELVES
    Artisphere
    Free
    9:00PM
    Saturday, December 29
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  • Warchild
    Rock and Roll Hotel
    $8
    9:00PM - 12:00 AM
    Saturday, December 29
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  • BACK IN THE DAY II – ALL VINYL OLD SCHOOL REUNION
    U-Street Music Hall
    Free
    10:00PM
    Saturday, December 29
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  • Sunday, December 30

  • Bumped
    Little Feat New Year’s Run
    The Hamilton Live
    $59
    6:30PM
    Sunday, December 30
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  • Bethesda Literary Festival Poetry Contest
    Bethesda Urban Partnership
    Free
    9:00AM
    Sunday, December 30
    Click to Expand
  • Bethesda Literary Festival Youth Writing Contest
    Bethesda Urban Partnership
    Free
    9:00AM
    Sunday, December 30
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  • Picturing the Sublime: Photographs from the Joseph and Charlotte Lichtenberg Collection
    The Phillips Collection
    Free
    10:00AM
    Sunday, December 30
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  • Political Wits, 100 Years Apart: Daumier and Oliphant at the Phillips
    The Phillips Collection
    Free
    10:00AM
    Sunday, December 30
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  • Reading Room: Duncan Phillips and Washington Collections in the 1920s
    The Phillips Collection
    Free
    10:00AM
    Sunday, December 30
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  • Sandra Cinto: One Day, After the Rain
    The Phillips Collection
    Free
    10:00AM
    Sunday, December 30
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  • Women Who Rock
    National Museum of Women in the Arts
    Free
    10:00AM
    Sunday, December 30
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  • Women Who Rock
    National Museum of Women in the Arts
    Free
    10:00AM
    Sunday, December 30
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  • Xavier Veilhan: (IN)balance
    The Phillips Collection
    Free
    10:00AM
    Sunday, December 30
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  • Irving Berlin’s White Christmas
    Kennedy Center Opera House
    $45.00 / $45.00
    1:00PM - 4:00 PM
    Sunday, December 30
    Click to Expand
  • The Pajama Men: In The Middle Of No One
    Woolly Mammoth Theatre
    $35.00
    2:00PM
    Sunday, December 30
    Click to Expand
  • Housebound
    Heiner Contemporary
    Free
    6:00PM
    Sunday, December 30
    Click to Expand
  • Kindred The Family Soul
    The Howard Theatre
    $32.50 / $37.00
    6:00PM
    Sunday, December 30
    Click to Expand
  • Bethesda Essay and Short Story Contest
    Bethesda Urban Partnership
    Free
    7:00PM
    Sunday, December 30
    Click to Expand
  • Irving Berlin’s White Christmas
    Kennedy Center Opera House
    $45.00 / $45.00
    7:00PM - 10:00 PM
    Sunday, December 30
    Click to Expand
  • Million Dollar Quartet
    Kennedy Center Eisenhower Theater
    $50.00 / $50.00
    7:00PM - 9:15 PM
    Sunday, December 30
    Click to Expand
  • Million Dollar Quartet
    Kennedy Center Eisenhower Theater
    $50.00 / $50.00
    7:00PM - 3:15 PM
    Sunday, December 30
    Click to Expand
  • Sunday Gospel Brunch featuring The Harlem Gospel Choir
    The Howard Theatre
    $25.00 / $35.00
    7:00PM
    Sunday, December 30
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  • The Pajama Men: In The Middle Of No One
    Woolly Mammoth Theatre
    $35.00
    7:00PM
    Sunday, December 30
    Click to Expand
  • Drive-By Truckers- 3 Night Pass
    9:30 Club
    $100.00
    8:00PM
    Sunday, December 30
    Click to Expand
  • ELIZABETH GRAEBER CREATES WORK FOR ART ON THE ART BUS: HAND DRAWN BAZAAR
    Artisphere
    Free
    9:00PM
    Sunday, December 30
    Click to Expand
  • My Fair Lady
    Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater
    $109.00
    9:00PM
    Sunday, December 30
    Click to Expand
  • Pullman Porter Blues
    Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater
    Free
    9:00PM
    Sunday, December 30
    Click to Expand
  • W3FI: A DIGITAL EXPERIENCE REVEALING THE CONNECTIONS BETWEEN OUR ONLINE + OFFLINE SELVES
    Artisphere
    Free
    9:00PM
    Sunday, December 30
    Click to Expand
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