Colbie Caillat

Lincoln Theatre 1215 U St. NW, Washington, DC
$45 – $60

Jorge Drexler

Lincoln Theatre 1215 U St. NW, Washington, DC

In 2005, this Uruguayan singer-songwriter was recognized with an Oscar for his original song "Al otro lado del río," which featured in The Motorcycle Diaries. The rest of his music […]

$35 – $109

Lovett or Leave It

Lincoln Theatre 1215 U St. NW, Washington, DC

Once Obama speechwriter Jon Lovett has made a name for himself with podcasts Pod Save America and Lovett or Leave It, a loose roundtable discussion about politics with a variety of famous comedians, actors, and journalists.

$35 – $50

Sparks

Lincoln Theatre 1215 U St. NW, Washington, DC

This idiosyncratic art pop duo has been making hits since the '70s. Most recently, they scored Annette, which the Atlantic called "the weirdest movie" of 2021.

$40 – $80

Nicole Byer

Lincoln Theatre 1215 U St. NW, Washington, DC
$35 – $55

Cat Power

Lincoln Theatre 1215 U St. NW, Washington, DC

"Sea of Love" is the name of Cat Power's most popular song, but it also serves as an apt description for her romantic, tender repertoire.

$40

Passenger

Lincoln Theatre 1215 U St. NW, Washington, DC

If you were on Tumblr in 2013, you're probably familiar with Michael David Rosenberg, better known as Passenger. The English singer-songwriter has been a longtime cult indie favorite.

$45

The Regrettes

Lincoln Theatre 1215 U St. NW, Washington, DC
$25

Criminal

Lincoln Theatre 1215 U St. NW, Washington, DC

The award-winning podcast, Criminal, is recording a live episode at Lincoln Theater. See for yourself how this true crime podcast gets made.

$35

The Dollop

Lincoln Theatre 1215 U St. NW, Washington, DC

In this comedy history podcast, comedian Dave Anthony recounts a peculiar historical event to comedian Gareth Reynolds, who has no knowledge of the subject before the conversation begins. Hilarity ensues.

$35

Recurring

Unbreakable

Lincoln Theatre 1215 U St. NW, Washington, DC

The Gay Men's Chorus of Washington closes out their 2021-2022 season just in time for Pride. Andrew Lippa composed this musical concert to tell queer history. Learn about iconic activists like Sylvia Rivera, the work of Jane Addams, the Lavender Scare, and more. Jazz singer and 2012 Helen Hayes Award-winner Nova Payton and soprano Amy […]

$25 – $65