DC’s Downtown Holiday Market is an annual marketplace featuring 180 regional artisans, crafters, and boutique ... more8th and F Streets
Washington, DC 20002
Concert / Holiday Event / Show
The National Christmas Tree Lighting is an annual holiday ceremony held on December 3, 2015 on the Ellipse in ... moreEllipse
1600 Pensylvania Avenue NW
Washington, DC 20500
Concert / Holiday Event
On December 5, 2015, the Greater DC area kicks off the holiday season with Wolf Trap’s Holiday Sing-A ... moreWolf Trap National Park for the Performing Arts (Vienna, VA)
1551 Trap Road
Vienna, VA 22182
Concert / Party
Night of 100 ELVISes is a one-of-a-kind celebration of the King of Rock, Elvis Presley. On a weekend in late ... moreLithuanian Hall
851-3 Hollins Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
Awards Show Event / Concert
The annual Honors Gala has become the highlight of the Washington cultural year, and its broadcast on CBS is ... moreThe John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts
2700 F Street NW
Washington, DC 20566
Holiday Event / Concert
Every year, music fans in the Greater DC area gear up for a full day of live concerts by the biggest names in ... moreVerizon Center
601 F Street NW
Washington, DC 20004
Concert / Holiday Event
New Year’s Eve is full of wild parties, so it can be hard to find a fun but family-friendly way to usher ... morePatrick and King Streets (Alexandria, VA)
Alexandria, VA 22314
Every year on New Year’s Eve, over 7,000 people come out to usher in the New Year at Big Night DC. This New Year’s Eve celebration is hosted at the Gaylord National Resort in Washington, D.C. Big Night DC features ... moreGaylord National Resort
201 Waterfront Street
National Harbor, MD
Washington, DC offers plenty of parties to choose from on New Year’s Eve. But to usher in the New Year ... moreGangplank Marina
600 Water Street SW
Washington, DC 20024
Don’t let CSPAN fool you, there’s actually a lot of exciting stuff going on in our nation’s capital, and this certainly holds true for concerts in Washington, DC.
The District boasts a rich musical history, and the “Black Broadway” jazz scene that dominated the U Street Corridor in the 1920s is just the beginning of DC’s concert scene. The city also played a central role in punk’s seminal development in the 80s, and was an instrumental player in the development of house music at the same time.
Obvious concert hall choices in DC include The Verizon Center, a massive multi-use arena that packs its schedule with major touring bands, as well as FedEx Field a stone’s throw away in Maryland. 9:30 club is a huge player on the always-hopping U Street music scene and considered to be one of the finest independent concert venues in the city, unmatched only perhaps by the famous Black Cat a few minutes away.
DJs are heavily represented at DC9, and of course the seminal U Street Music Hall packs in some of the coolest bands, DJs and concerts around. Madam's Organ keeps the jazz and blues flowing amidst a deluge of liquor-filled kids up in Adams Morgan, while punk, ska, reggae, and a ton of eclectic live music blasts over H Street from the Rock & Roll Hotel.
No matter your politics, Washington, DC concerts keep everyone feeling right and make sure nobody is left out.