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.
- Mary Lambert is at U Street Music Hall! We gave you an opportunity to win free tickets earlier this week, so hopefully we’ll see you there.
- Or if you’d rather go see a band whose lead singer used to be a gravedigger, then The Ike Reilly Assassination is at Rock and Roll Hotel.
- Head over to Upshur Street Books to hear photographer Lauren Everett talk about her book People Like Us: The Cult of the Rocky Horror Picture Show. There will also be Rocky Horror Picture Show performances because I’m pretty sure it’s illegal to talk about that movie without breaking into song and/or dance.
- Made of Oak is playing at DC9. You can read our interview with him HERE (and by can, I mean should).
- NPR is having their All Crafts Considered holiday market. It all takes place in the lobby of NPR headquarters and includes 50+ vendors, music, and refreshments (hopefully that means booze).
- If you need even more art in your life, The Howard Theatre hosts what is apparently D.C.’s largest local indie art show, Uprising (not to be confused with the muffin company). There will live performances by Tony Sanchez and Micah White as well as pop up galleries, boutiques, and a runway.
- Exodus is at the Black Cat with Jail Solidarity if that sounds up your alley.
- And, as always, you should be paying attention to all the stuff we listed in Your Best November. Consult it on the daily.