Fronted by multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter Molly Tuttle, this bluegrass group released their most recent album, City of Gold, this year. Raised in Northern California, Tuttle has been called one of the most compelling new voices in the roots music world. Tickets: $28
Sure Thursday's a major holiday, one typically spent with family, so what better way to prepare, relax, or enjoy a family-free long weekend than a Wednesday night dance party with one of D.C.'s best DJs.
Formed in 2009, Beach Fossils is an indie rock band from Brooklyn. Their most recent album, Bunny, released in June, has been called a "triumphant return for one of 2010s most influential" New York bands. Turnover, a rock band from Virginia Beach, opens. Tickets: $35
This five-piece band blends jazz and hip-hop with elements of funk, soul, and rock. Tickets: $22
An alternative rock band, the Moss has blended the joyfulness drawn from their home of Oahu with the introspective elements of indie acts such as Pinegrove and Cage the Elephant. Tickets: $21
Adam Barnett-Hart andBrendan Speltz on the violin, Pierre Lapointe on the viola, Brook Speltz on cello, and Jason Vieaux on guitar put a new spin on the string quartet, playing everything from Bach to Boccherini.
Kit's your host on this no frills, no cover, karaoke night.
The band Sister Squares has toured with former Arcade Fire member Will Butler since 2015, though the two entities became full-on collaborators this year. The singles they have released have characteristics of synthy rock. Tickets: $18-$20
The Seance Tour is for the dancers. DJs and dubstep producers Level Up, Automhate, and Beastboi make the beats. Tickets: $25
SUSTO is an indie rock band from Charleston, South Carolina. They released their most recent album, My Entire Life, this year. Tickets: $22
Gus Dapperton is an alternative pop singer. He released his most recent album, Henge, earlier this year. The event will also feature emo alternative rockers Junior Varsity. Tickets: $25
Drummer Russ Lawton, organist Ray Paczkowski, and guitarist Scott Metzge make up this cooperative trio. Tickets: $25