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- The Blue Line, Jo Henley Band, Stella Schindler. The Red & The Black. $8. +21.
- No Second Troy, Olivia Mancini & the Terrible Two, Meredith Bragg. Black Cat. $10. All ages.
- Drive-By Truckers, Bloodkin. 9:30 club (Friday & Saturday). $25. All ages.
- EARLY SHOW: Ludo, Sing It Loud, This Providence, The Morning Light. $12. LATE SHOW: P.O.S., Doomtree, SIMS, Hand Over Fist, Plain Ole Bill. $14. Rock and Roll Hotel. All ages.
- Screen Vinyl Image, The Payola Reserve, SikSik Nation, Nerd Parade. Velvet Lounge. $8. +21.
- DJ Will Eastman. Cafe Saint Ex. Free. +21.
- Donvonte McCoy Quartet, DJ Thomas Blondet. 18th Street Lounge. Free. +21.
- The Young Lions. Bohemian Caverns (Friday & Saturday). $20. All ages.
- The Ahn Trio. Strathmore. $18-$45. All ages.
- The Screws, American Speedway, Supreme Commander. The Red & The Black. $8. +21.
- Mix-Taint: DJ’s from Mixtape are on the decks. DC9. $5. +21.
- Homo/Sonic dance party with My Dear Disco. Black Cat. $10. All ages.
- The Dance Party, Ra Ra Rasputin, The Known Unknowns, The Roosevelt. Rock and Roll Hotel. $10. All ages.
- The Birdman. Cafe Saint Ex. Free. +21.
- Donvonte McCoy Quartet, DJs Will Griffin and Sean Haney, Special Guest DJ Carlton Wilson. 18th Street Lounge. Free. +21.
- Peabody Conservatory of Music at Johns Hopkins University (Students perform). Kennedy Center Millennium Stage. Free. All ages.
- John Joseph (lead singer of the Cro-Mags) spoken word: “I Got Your Back.” Black Cat. $10. All ages.
- WMD, The Method. DC9. $10 (Portion of the door donated to DC Vote). +21.
- Cute Is What We Aim For, Meg and Dia, Breathe Carolina, Every Avenue, Anarbor. 9:30 club. $16. All ages.
- Teedo, The Vicious Martinis, Stripmall Ballads. Velvet Lounge. $7. +21.
- DJ Sam “The Man” Burns, DJ Thomas Blondet. 18th Street Lounge. Free. +21.
- Kuku and Christylez Bacon. Bohemian Caverns. $10. All ages.
- NSO Youth Orchestra Day (High school students perform w/ NSO). Kennedy Center Millennium Stage. Free. All ages.