Welcome to your daily Hit List featuring the shows, events, gatherings, and so on that will keep your social life slightly above average!
And if you’re not about anything we show you now, there are tons of other events to check out on our AGENDA (side note: promoters/venues: posting events in the AGENDA is free and open to all-so please use it.
- Church Night TV’s world premiere is at Songbyrd. This is without a doubt our top pick of the night.
- If you’re a bartender who has tonight off, you’re in luck! Anheuser Busch is hosting a Behind the Bar launch party at Howard Theatre. There will be free food, free drinks, and a free performance by Vic Mensa. Not to mention Mane Squeeze will be DJing all night long. You can sign up here.
- Georgetown University is showing Free to Rock a doc about rock music during the Cold War. There will be a panel discussion after the screening featuring Soviet/Russian rock star Stas Namin, former Hungarian Ambassador Andras Simonyi, former KGB General Oleg Kalugin, Chairman of the National Endowment for the Humanities William “Bro” Adams (best nickname ever), and film director Jim Brown.
- Country musician Jonathan Terrell will be at Hill Country playing his new album “Past the Lights of Town”. His family are all ex-cult members, so I’m sure he’s an interesting dude with some stories to tell.
- Violinist Tamaki Kawakubo and pianist Ryo Yanagitani are going to be playing all of your favorite bangers at the Kennedy Center, including Tchaikovsky, Bartók, Kreisler, and more.
- Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness is going to be at Echostage. So that is a thing you can do.
- Head over to the 9:30 Club to catch Chris Robinson Brotherhood if that seems like the kind of thing you’d enjoy.