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Party people, take note: In honor of its10th anniversary, Rock & Roll Hotel has announced a week’s worth of anniversary shows, featuring a mix of local and national heavy hitters who will have no problem selling out the 400-capacity venue.

Rock & Roll Hotel opened in 2006 as part of restauranteur Joe Englert‘s revitalization of H Street NE, opening along with The Argonaut, The Palace of Wonders, The Red and the Black (which merged with the The Palace of Wonders to become The Red Palace, before shuttering in 2013), The Pug, Granville Moore’s, Sticky Rice, and H Street Country Club.

In ten years, the venue has carved out a place for itself among D.C.’s numerous venues for live music, DJs, and nightlife parties. When it opened in 2006, among a variety of other Englert bars and clubs on H Street, the Post‘s Fritz Hahn wrote that “The Rock and Roll Hotel is the gem of the bunch, a 400-person venue that fits the bigger-than-DC9-but-smaller-than-the-Black-Cat hole on D.C.’s live-music circuit.”

For its 10-year-anniversary celebrations, local favorites like garage-rock trio Ex Hex and post-punk trio Puff Pieces will play during a week of concerts—from August 21 toAugust 27—that will also feature popular out-of-towners like art-punks Titus Andronicus and the bi-lingual sax-punk stylings of Downtown Boys. 

Full lineup below:

August 21

Ex Hex

$25, doors at 7 p.m.

August 22

Lower Dens

$18, doors at 7 p.m.

August 23

Titus Andronicus

$25, doors at 7 p.m.

August 24

Downtown Boys

$15, doors at 7 p.m.

August 25

Trash Talk

$15, doors at 7 p.m.

August 26

Milemarker, Puff Pieces

$15, doors at 8 p.m.

August 27

William Elliot Whitmore, Tim Barry

$15, doors at 8 p.m.