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Rock the Park DC WKNDR

Franklin Park 1332 I St. NW, Washington, DC

Internationally renowned DJs Kenny Dope and Jazzy Jeff headline this year's two-day long dance party. Though the big names bring the wow factor, but the local acts—DJ Geena Marie, TOB […]

Free

Stereolab

9:30 Club 815 V St. NW, Washington, DC

In 2021, indie post-rock group Stereolab released their first album in over ten years, Electrically Possessed: Switched on, Vol. 4.  This album strays from their rock origins, but its funk and […]

Monophonics

9:30 Club 815 V St. NW, Washington, DC

The retro-soul sound created by the Monophonics is rich with complex harmonies, exciting rhythms, and masterful production.

$25

The Comet Is Coming

Union Stage 740 Water St. SW, Washington, DC

A three-piece experimental jazz-rock band based in London composed of drums, a keyboard, which often experiments with electronic, and cosmic voicings, and a saxophone that almost functions as a vocalist. Their music is oriented around space and futurism.

$25 – $40

Jacob Banks

9:30 Club 815 V St. NW, Washington, DC

Established R&B/hip-hop artist Jacob Banks took on new creative directions with his 2021 album For My Friends.  Throughout the album, Banks shows off his musical know-how, as he experiments with rock, piano ballads, electro-pop, and funk—all of which are complimented beautifully by Banks' rich baritone.

$25

Babe Rainbow

Black Cat 1811 14th St. NW, Washington, DC

Imagine a surf-rock cover of Earth Wind and Fire and you have the energy of Babe Rainbow. The fun, groovy Australian band has been described as boogie-psychedelia.

$20

Too Many Zooz

Union Stage 740 Water St. SW, Washington, DC

Too Many Zooz got their start busking in New York City. Now, they refer to themselves as a brass house band, blending together jazz, funk, EDM, Afro-Cuban rhythms, and house music. Their sound is unique and compelling.

$25 – $35

Leven Kali

Union Stage 740 Water St. SW, Washington, DC

This independent artist makes music that falls somewhere between R&B, soul, hip-hop, and funk. In 2021, he released HIGHTIDE, a follow-up to LOWTIDE, completing the two-part project that kickstarted his career.

$20 – $40

Thee Sacred Souls

Black Cat 1811 14th St. NW, Washington, DC

This San Diego-based R&B/Soul band describes their music as mixing the easygoing grace of sweet ’60s soul with the grit and groove of early ’70s R&B. But avoid the term "retro"—there's something uniquely modern about their sound.

$20 – $25

Lee Fields and the Expressions

Black Cat 1811 14th St. NW, Washington, DC

With over 40 singles and 20 albums, it is evident that Lee Fields has been doing something right. Now he's coming to Black Cat with his 21st full-length studio album Sentimental Fool. At 71, Fields has had one of the most successful careers in all of modern soul music.

$20

Dopapod

Union Stage 740 Water St. SW, Washington, DC

This palindromic band from Boston creates a sound that falls somewhere in between the lines of rock, funk, electronic, and psychedelia. Their 10th studio album, the eponymous Dopapod, was released in 2022.

$10 – $41