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2020 Scottish Universities Burns Night & Ceilidh
Event Start Date : Jan 25, 2020
Event End Date : Jan 25, 2020
The Alumni Clubs of The University of Edinburgh, The University of St Andrews, and The University of Glasgow with the support of the Scottish Government, invite you to our annual Burns Night Supper & Ceilidh on Saturday, January, 25th 2020 in the Grand Ballroom at the historic Willard Intercontinental Hotel. We expect the event to sell out as usual, so please don't wait until the last minute! Tickets include a welcome cocktail, three course dinner with wine, whisky tasting, and the ceilidh. Doors open for cocktail hour at 6:00 PM and dinner will start promptly at 7:00 PM. If you are attending the event with friends, purchasing your tickets seperately, and would like to be seated together, please have one person in your group fill out the linked google form - If you have any questions or are not on our mailing list already, and would like to be, please email events@eduni-dc.orgDate And Time Sat, January 25, 2020 6:15 PM – 11:45 PM EST Location The Willard Intercontinental Hotel, Washington D.C. 1401 Pennsylvania Avenue Northwest Washington, DC 20004 United States

Twenty-first Annual Cardinal O'Connor Conference on Life
Event Start Date : Jan 25, 2020
Event End Date : Jan 25, 2020
The Twenty-first Annual Cardinal O'Connor Conference on Life · TICKETS ON SALE NOW Georgetown University · January 25, 2020 The largest collegiate pro-life conference in the nation. Theme: “The Consistent Life Ethic and the Law: the Ethical Argument for Life.” As pro-life issues emerge at the forefront of our legal system, particularly taking into consideration the recent passage of pro-life laws on the state level, we will consider the argument for life in both state and federal legislation. We will also consider how the consistent ethic of life informs our understanding of public morality. Keynote speakers: Dr. Jonathan Reyes, Assistant General Secretary for Integral Human Development for the United States Conference of Bishops and Executive Director for Justice Peace and Human Development Sr. Bethany Madonna, Vocations Director, Sisters of Life Date And Time Sat, January 25, 2020 8:00 AM – 4:15 PM EST Location Georgetown University 3700 O Street Northwest Washington, DC 20057 United States

Event Start Date : Dec 20, 2019
Event End Date : Dec 20, 2019
Club GLOW & Steez Promo present Troyboi at Echostage About this Event Club Glow & Steez Promo Present TroyBoi with Yultron Nostalgia Tour Doors: 9 PM | No Dress Code | Ages 18+ VIP/Bottle Service: | 202-503-2331 Performers TROYBOI Date And Time Fri, Dec 20, 2019, 9:00 PM EST Location Echostage 2135 Queens Chapel Road Northeast Washington, DC 20018 United States Refund Policy No Refunds OrganizerClub GLOW & Steez Promo

AFRO VIBES Saturdays
Event Start Date : Dec 07, 2019
Event End Date : Dec 07, 2019

Matoma + Two Friends
Event Start Date : Jan 30, 2020
Event End Date : Jan 30, 2020
Club GLOW Presents Matoma + Two Friends Camp Superdope! Doors: 9 PM | No Dress Code | Ages 18+ VIP/Bottle Service: | 202-503-2331 1 dollar of every ticket sold on this tour will be donated to F Cancer and help fund their programs around prevention, early detection and psychosocial support. Date And Time Thu, Jan 30, 2020, 9:00 PM EST Location Echostage 2135 Queens Chapel Road Northeast Washington, DC 20018 United States

Tab Benoit
Event Start Date : Jan 11, 2020
Event End Date : Jan 11, 2020
About this Event TAB BENOIT TICKETS ON SALE NOW Sign up for our newsletter to receive pre-sale promo codes Seated GA Tickets - $35 Standing GA Tickets - $25 For any wheelchair or ADA needs, please contact the Box Office in advance of the performance at (202)-769-0122. Please note that the front row of tables and chairs will be cleared for this show to create a general admission Pit. Be advised that there may be some seated areas where vision of the stage is obstructed. TAB BENOIT Tab Benoit is a Grammy nominated singer, songwriter and guitarist who has built a remarkable 30+ year career on the foundation of his gritty and soulful Delta swamp blues and acquiring a devoted legion of fans along the way, as well as 5 Blues Music Awards, including BB King Entertainer of the Year (twice) and an induction into The Louisiana Music Hall of Fame. He has recorded and/or performed with Junior Wells, George Porter Jr, Dr. John, Willie Nelson, Big Chief Monk Boudreaux, Billy Joe Shaver, Maria Muldaur, James Cotton, Cyril Neville, Kenny Aronoff, Allen Toussaint, Kim Wilson, Jimmy Thackery, Charlie Musslewhite, Kenny Neal, Chris Layton, Ivan Neville, Jimmy Hall, Jim Lauderdale, Anders Osborne, and Alvin Youngblood Hart to name a few. Tab's accomplishments as a musician are matched only by his devotion to the environmental health of his native Louisiana wetlands. Benoit is the founder and driving force behind Voice of the Wetlands, an organization working to preserve the coastal waters of his home state. In 2010, he received the Governor's Award for Conservationist of the Year from the Louisiana Wildlife Federation. Benoit also starred in the iMax motion picture Hurricane on the Bayou, a documentary of Hurricane Katrina's effects and a call to protect and restore the wetlands. Date And Time Sat, January 11, 2020, 8:00 PM EST Doors at 6:30 PM Location The Hamilton Live 600 14th St NW Washington, DC 20005 United States

An Evening With: Boat House Row
Event Start Date : Jan 03, 2020
Event End Date : Jan 03, 2020
BOAT HOUSE ROW YACHT ROCK EXPERIENCE TICKETS Pre - sale begins 8:00pm October 2 Tickets on sale 10:00am October 4 Sign up for our newsletter to receive pre-sale promo codes Seated GA Tickets - $20 Standing GA Tickets - $15 For any wheelchair or ADA needs, please contact the Box Office in advance of the performance at (202)-769-0122. Please note that the front row of tables and chairs will be cleared for this show to create a general admission Pit. Be advised that there may be some seated areas where vision of the stage is obstructed. In the musical sense, yacht rock refers to the highly polished brand of soft rock that emanated from Southern California between 1976 and 1984. The term is meant to suggest the kind of smooth, mellow music that early yuppies likely enjoyed while sipping champagne on their yachts. The resurgence of late 70s/early 80s soft rock gave birth to the Philadelphia-area band, Boat House Row. Always musical and often comedic, the 6-piece band performs soft rock favorites in full costume to rabid fans around the Delaware Valley.

Armin van Buuren
Event Start Date : Jan 25, 2020
Event End Date : Jan 25, 2020
Club GLOW presents Armin van Buuren Balance Tour at Echostage About this Event Club GLOW Armin van Buuren Balance Tour Doors: 9 PM | No Dress Code | Ages 18+ VIP/Bottle Service: | 202-503-2331 Date And Time Sat, Jan 25, 2020, 9:00 PM EST Location Echostage 2135 Queens Chapel Road Northeast Washington, DC 20018 United States

Interfusion Festival 2020: Evolution
Event Start Date : Jan 16, 2020
Event End Date : Jan 20, 2020
Interfusion is the largest indoor transformative festival in North America bringing together like-minded souls from across the US and beyond for four days of learning, healing, play and connection on MLK weekend. FESTIVAL THEME The 2020 theme is Evolution. To evolve is to take a journey of exploration and expansion. It is a deepening, a period of intentional incubation. A path to greater awareness, wisdom, illumination and self-mastery. To being fully-realized and whole. FESTIVAL EXPERIENCE Interfusion provides a holistic opportunity for participants at all levels to explore authentic practices with no partner required, from beginners to advanced offerings. The full festival experience includes: -Transformative workshops & activities -Nightly themed parties & socials events -Special topic seminars & expert talks -Community collaboration & play spaces -Integrative Wellness Expo held at the festival grounds FESTIVAL SCHEDULE Full Passes provide access to the entire event beginning at 4:00 p.m. Thursday, January 16th and ending at 2:00 p.m. Monday, January 20th. Participants choose their adventures across a spectrum of over 100 festival activities. Learn more about the schedule: DAYTIME EXPERIENCE During the daytime experience dozens of transformative workshops and activities as you transcend to higher states of growth. Attendees rotate multiple times to create the best learning environment possible, with option to stay with one partner or group if desired. Learn more about the workshops: NIGHTTIME EXPERIENCE At nighttime the festival grounds transforms into an enchanted social party with dedicated dance floors and special events. Interfusion’s Candlelight Conversations & Serenity Lounge are open throughout the night offering a retreat for those needing a break from the high-energy action. Learn more about the parties: FESTIVAL GUIDES Resident Artists will facilitate your experience with loving-kindness and a mastery of practices. Create long term bonds with guides from across the globe. Learn more about the guides: FESTIVAL LOCATION Interfusion Festival takes place at the 4 star Crystal Gateway Marriott located just minutes from Washington, D.C. and 2 miles from Reagan National Airport (DCA). Travel with ease with a complimentary shuttle to DCA and an interior Metro corridor. While not required for festival participation, it is recommended that travelers consider staying at the hotel to emerge into the complete community experience. Learn more on our plan page: OUR MISSION Our mission is built on the values of Universal Love, Humility, Non-rivalry, Non-judgment, Caring, Courage and Curiosity. Embodying these values in our actions and attitudes allows Interfusion Community to thrive as a safe haven for creativity and personal growth. We seek to bring healing, impart knowledge and inspire growth by removing all inhibitions to creativity, self-expression and personal enlightenment. Learn more about our mission: THE COMMUNITY Whether you’re coming with a partner or alone, Interfusion is a powerful bonding experience that enables you develop new interpersonal connections as well as deepen existing ones. Interfusion is a vibrant community that stays connected throughout the year and reunites between festivals. Date And Time Thu, Jan 16, 2020, 4:00 PM – Mon, Jan 20, 2020, 2:00 PM EST Location Crystal Gateway Marriott 1700 Richmond Hwy Arlington, VA 22202 United States

Allen Stone
Event Start Date : Feb 25, 2020
Event End Date : Feb 25, 2020
Allen Stone appearing at 9:30 Club in Washington, DC. Date And Time Tue, February 25, 2020, 7:00 PM EST Doors at 7:00 PM Add to Calendar Location 9:30 Club 815 V St. NW Washington, DC 20001 United States Refund Policy No Refunds

Bat for Lashes
Event Start Date : Feb 18, 2020
Event End Date : Feb 18, 2020
Bat for Lashes About this Event In an intimate set, British singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and visual artist Natasha Khan performs previous Bat For Lashes material and songs from her new album, Lost Girls. Sixth & I Event Policies • Seating is general admission, first come, first served. • Please note there are some obstructed view seats in the balcony of our sanctuary. • All ticket sales are final and non-refundable. There are no refunds unless an event is canceled. If you are unable to use your tickets, you may transfer them to another person. • For accessible entry and accessible seating requests, call 202.408.3100. • To inquire about group sales for 10 or more, call 202.408.3100. Due to limited quantity, group sale requests are accommodated on a case-by-case basis. For more on ticketing, venue policies, and security procedures, click here. Date And Time Tue, February 18, 2020, 8:00 PM EST Doors at 7:00 PM Location Sixth & I 600 I St NW Washington, DC 20001 United States

Annual Sadie T.M. Alexander Conference for Economics and Related Fields
Event Start Date : Feb 20, 2020
Event End Date : Feb 22, 2020
Back bigger than ever, SACE2020 will include curated programming for advancing Black women in careers in economics and related fields. About this Event Vision 20/20: Restore, Revive, Reclaim The 2020 election year is here and there’s no time like the present to restore, revive and reclaim the new decade! In doing so, we are thrilled and excited to share that this year’s conference will be grand. In partnership with Urban Institute, the Sadie Collective’s organizing team’s dynamic conference will include esteemed Black women across the quantitative sciences. Please check out the finalized schedule here and scholarships to attend here. A note about our registration process - our process is a bit lengthy to ensure that we can curate the best conference experience for you and for our reporting purposes to generous donors who make this once in a lifetime conference experience possible. Please note the following about how your data will be used as your privacy is very important to us at the Sadie Collective. Because of this, we promise the following: We will use your information to connect you with mentors and opportunities in the field if you give us your permission. We will use your information to create programs that cater to your needs as a member of the Collective community. We will not sell your data. You can choose to remove your information at any time. Just contact us at Your data will be anonymized if used for any type of reporting. Date And Time Thu, Feb 20, 2020, 9:00 AM – Sat, Feb 22, 2020, 9:30 PM EST Location Urban Institute 500 L'Enfant Plaza Southwest Washington, DC 20024 United States

Amanda Shires Atmosphereless Tour
Event Start Date : Feb 16, 2020
Event End Date : Feb 16, 2020
Amanda Shires Atmosphereless Tour with L.A. Edwards About this Event A self-described singing, songwriting, fiddle-playing Texan, Shires is renowned for her acclaimed solo albums and her new all-female country supergroup, The Highwomen. with Live Nation Sixth & I Event Policies • Seating is general admission, first come, first served. • Please note there are some obstructed view seats in the balcony of our sanctuary. • All ticket sales are final and non-refundable. There are no refunds unless an event is canceled. If you are unable to use your tickets, you may transfer them to another person. • For accessible entry and accessible seating requests, call 202.408.3100. • To inquire about group sales for 10 or more, call 202.408.3100. Due to limited quantity, group sale requests are accommodated on a case-by-case basis. Date And Time Sun, February 16, 2020, 7:30 PM EST Doors at 6:30 PM Location Sixth & I 600 I St NW Washington, DC 20001 United States

Wolf Parade
Event Start Date : Feb 22, 2020
Event End Date : Feb 22, 2020
Wolf Parade appearing at 9:30 Club in Washington, D.C. Date And Time Sat, February 22, 2020, 6:00 PM EST Doors at 6:00 PM Location 9:30 Club 815 V St. NW Washington, DC 20001 United States Refund Policy No Refunds

Drive-By Truckers
Event Start Date : Feb 28, 2020
Event End Date : Feb 28, 2020
An overview of our journey from post-election blues, into the heart of Memphis and onward into 2020 with a new album. Drive-By Truckers is kicking off the new election year with The Unraveling, our first new album in 3 1/2 years (the longest space between new DBT albums ever). Those years were among the most tumultuous our country has ever seen and the duality between the generally positive state of affairs within our band while watching so many things we care about being decimated and destroyed all around us informed the writing of this album to the core. While a quick glance might imply that we’re picking up where 2016’s American Band album left off, the differences are as telling as the similarities. If the last one was a warning shot hinting at a coming storm, this one was written in the wreckage and aftermath. I’ve always said that all of our records are political but I’ve also said that ‘politics IS personal’. With that in mind, this album is especially personal. Our 2018 single “The Perilous Night” acted as a sort of coda to the polemic of the last album and the original plan was to zigzag in a different direction, but alas the past few years have seen an uptick in school shootings, church shootings, racial violence, suicides and overdoses, border violence, and an assault on so many things that we all hold dear. They’re literally putting children in cages. Writing silly love songs just seemed the height of privilege. My partner Mike Cooley and I both worked through deep pools of writer’s block. How do you put these day to day things we’re all living through into the form of a song that we (much less anybody else) would ever want to listen to? How do you write about the daily absurdities when you can’t even wrap your head around them in the first place? I think our response was to focus at the core emotional level. More heart and less cerebral perhaps. Eventually the songs did come, some in mysterious ways. A day-long layover at an exit outside of Gillette, Wyoming resulted in “21st Century USA”, the song that for me opened up the floodgates, enabling me to write my portion of the album. I wrote “Babies in Cages” in the living room of my wife’s parent’s house and quickly demoed it on my phone. A portion of that original recording acts as the introduction to the version on the album. Cooley wrote “Grievance Merchants” about the proliferation of white supremacist violence we’ve seen in recent years. Our family’s babysitter’s best friend was murdered on a train in beautiful progressive Portland, Oregon in one such incident. The political is indeed very personal. “Armageddon’s Back in Town” takes a whirlwind joyride through the daily whiplash of events we are collectively dealing with, while “Slow Ride Argument” offers an unorthodox but hopefully effective method of the prevailing of cooler heads. Perhaps it should come with a disclaimer though. Meanwhile “Awaiting Resurrection” dives headfirst into the void of despair and painful realities these times are tolling. It’s a song unlike any in our band’s history, yet somehow quintessentially DBT to the core. A call to deal, unblinkingly, with the horrors surrounding us all, but to also survive, with perhaps even a hint of optimism. “In the end we’re just standing, watching greatness fade into darkness / Awaiting Resurrection” If the writing was a long and brutal process, the recording was a joyous celebration. Another of our band’s many dualities, perhaps. We convened for a week in Memphis, Tennessee at the historic and wonderful Sam Phillips Recording Service. We tracked, mostly live in the studio, aided by long-time producer David Barbe and famed engineer Matt Ross-Spang. Initially recording 18 songs in 85 hours of near around the clock sessions, the band essentially spent the whole week in an artistic marathon, housing ourselves at the Memphis Music Mansion (AirBnB), surrounded by historic photos and a mid-century vibe that seemed to even seep into our dreams each night. (My bedroom was, fittingly, The Big Star Room, named after the seminal Memphis power pop band that I have always held as an all-time favorite). Recording in Memphis has been a life-long dream for this band. Both the city, with its dark social history and amazing musical heritage, and the studio which is a time machine set to its early 1960’s origins and inhabited by the spirit of its genus founder, affected and inspired the creation of this album in ways that go far beyond the tangible and technical. Sam Phillips left my hometown of Florence, Alabama and moved to Memphis, working in radio before opening the legendary Sun Studios (Memphis Recording Service) where he essentially discovered Rock and Roll, recording the first records of Howlin’ Wolf, Ike Turner, Johnny Cash, Carl Perkins, Jerry Lee Lewis, Charlie Rich, and of course Elvis Presley. When he sold Sun, he built his dream lair, the, then state of the art Sam Phillips Recording Service which opened in 1962. If Phillips’ love of ‘slap-back’ echo had given those early Sun records their legendary sound, his new studio incorporated three different echo chambers into its design, giving the studio a very unique and wonderful sound that we incorporated into this album. I can’t impart enough the impact that recording there had on this album. We were all beyond inspired by the surroundings and the sounds coming out of the speakers from every playback or the sound of the echo chambers reverberating down the halls. Every day we got to hang out with Sam’s son Jerry who took us up to Mr. Phillips’ old office on the third floor. Unlocked in time, it was still exactly as it had been the last day Sam spent there. His jackets still hanging in the closet and the bar still stocked with his favorite whiskey. There, with Jerry, we toasted our recordings and the spirits that still inhabited that sacred space. In honor of finally getting to record in Memphis, I wrote “Rosemary with a Bible and a Gun”, a sort of stream of conscious love song to that dark and mythical city on the banks of the Mississippi. Although the song isn’t a literal story of such, it was certainly informed by the brutal times Cooley and I had in 1991 when we followed Sam Phillips’ example and moved from Florence to Memphis in search of dreams that for us were still to be over a decade in coming. I heard the song in my head as a sort of Bobbie Gentry inspired southern gothic and we further explored that by adding gorgeous strings by Kyleen and Patti King (arranged by Kyleen). It seemed the perfect way to kick off this album. Our sessions were rounded out by a guest appearance from Cody Dickinson (North Mississippi All Stars) who came in and played an electric washboard through an Echoplex and wah-pedal into an amp for “Babies in Cages”. The song, recorded completely live, in one magical take, perfectly captured the mood and tone of the week we spent there. (We even kept the scratch vocal since it had so much live bleed from the take). The following day, Mick Jagger came by, but alas we weren’t able to record with him, although his presence certainly added to the already surreal vibe of the week. A few months later we reconvened in Athens, Georgia at Barbe’s Chase Park Transduction studios where Matt and David mixed the album on Barbe’s vintage 1975 Neve console. As a band that got its start essentially making albums as field recordings on mobile gear, it is indeed a treat to get to make our albums on 2” 16 tracks tape in historic studios and on beautiful vintage gear. We finished the process by having the legendary Greg Calbi master it all at Sterling Sound in Edgewater, New Jersey. In the end, we whittled the album down to the nine songs included, saving several key songs for a foundation to the next one that will hopefully occur sooner than later. Lilla Hood designed the packaging utilizing a stunning photo by Erik Golts of two young lads watching a sunset at the Oregon coast, lettering by famed graphic artist Aaron Draplin, and once again beautiful artwork from our long time collaborator Wes Freed. We plan on touring extensively throughout the next year taking these songs around the world. We hope to see you there. Date And Time Fri, February 28, 2020, 8:00 PM EST Doors at 8:00 PM Location 9:30 Club 815 V St. NW Washington, DC 20001 United States

DC Chocolate, Wine & Whiskey Festival
Event Start Date : Feb 08, 2020
Event End Date : Feb 08, 2020
New Bigger Location - Dock 5/Union Market! DC Chocolate, Wine & Whiskey Festival UNLIMITED TASTING OF CHOCOLATES/WINE/CRAFT SPIRITS INCLUSIVE Last year we Sold Out Months in Advance... February 8th, 2020 (2 Sessions - Saturday) NEW Location - Dock 5 Event Space at Union Market - DC's Most Exciting Event Venue 21+ and Over Event, No Exceptions Enjoy Chocolate in a multitude of decadent presentations – from sweet hand-rolled truffles to oooey goooey melted chocolate fondue and an amazing selection of bean-to-bar artisan chocolates – Quench your thirst with Champagne, Prosecco and premium wines and a sip of fine whiskies! Cupcakes, cookies, cakes, candies, Macarons, cake pops, bean-to-bar chocolates, popcorn, donuts and More…Plus other savory items like pretzels, artisan cheeses, charcuterie – delight your taste buds! More than just a Chocolate Festival, included in your ticket price is a tasting glass to enjoy unlimited wine and whiskey – we’ll have a nice selection of craft beers, ciders and non-alcoholic beverages as well. Hey, and buy some to take home – why not, you deserve it! Included in Your Ticket Price: -Chocolate Samples – Indulge! -Wine glass and unlimited pours of premium wines, select craft beers and ciders -Unlimited samples of Whiskies and other spirits -DC’s 1st Chocolate Fondue Bar – pick your fixings, dip ‘em in unctuous Chocolate Fondue! -Other sweet and savory items – cookies, cakes, cheeses and More! -Savory foods (for additional price) get your Gourmet On! Sweet, Savory, Wine, Whiskey & More! Chocolate, Wine & Whiskey Website Date And Time Sat, February 8, 2020 12:00 PM – 8:30 PM EST Location Dock 5 Union Market 1309 5th St NE #ste 101L Washington, DC 20002 United States

Trippie Redd - Love Me More Tour
Event Start Date : Feb 16, 2020
Event End Date : Feb 16, 2020
Live Nation presents Trippie Redd - Love Me More Tour at Echostage About this Event LIVE NATION PRESENTS Trippie Redd Love Me More Tour All Ages Doors: 6:30PM Event: 8PM Every pair of (2) tickets purchased includes one (1) CD of Trippie Redd’s forthcoming album, “A Love Letter To You 4”. After your ticket purchase, you'll receive an additional email with instructions on how to redeem your album. US/Canadian residents only. Not valid for Fan to Fan Resale. Maximum of 4 albums redeemed per household. Date And Time Sun, February 16, 2020, 8:00 PM EST Doors at 6:30 PM Location Echostage 2135 Queens Chapel Rd NE Washington, DC 20018 United States

Raphael Saadiq
Event Start Date : Feb 08, 2020
Event End Date : Mar 08, 2020
Raphael Saadiq, Jamila Woods, DJ Duggz at 9:30 Club in Washington, DC About this Event Raphael Saadiq Raphael Saadiq is a Grammy Award winning musician, songwriter and go- to collaborator/producer for some of the biggest names in R&B. Solange Knowles, John Legend, Mary J. Blige, D’Angelo, Ne-Yo and Miguel are among the many artists who turn to Saadiq for his deep musicality, contemporary creative vision and encyclopedic knowledge of timeless pop music. Born in Oakland CA, Raphael grew up singing gospel music in the church and started playing bass guitar at the age of six. On the strength of the musical and stage training he received at Castlemont High School, Saadiq auditioned for Sheila E and landed a spot in her band which supported Prince on his 1986 Parade world tour. After honing his chops on the road, Saadiq returned to Oakland and formed the group Tony! Toni! Toné! with his brother D’Wayne Wiggins and cousin Timothy Riley. The trio went on to enjoy considerable success on radio and MTV in the late ‘80s and early ‘90s, racking up several hits including “If I Had No Loot,” “Feels Good,” “Anniversary” and the iconic “It Never Rains (In Southern California).” Following four albums with Tony! Toni! Toné!, Saadiq formed the urban supergroup Lucy Pearl in 1999 along with Ali Shaheed Muhammad from A Tribe Called Quest and Dawn Robinson from En Vogue, yielding Dance Tonight. His solo career kicked off with 2002’sInstant Vintageand 2004’s Ray Ray. Critics began taking special notice with the release of his 2008 homage to Motown and Philly soul,The Way I See It,and it’s follow-up, Stone Rollin’(2011), which landed on many year-end Top Ten best albums lists. Consequence of Soundspoke for many critics in their review, writing, “Saadiq [is] a true soul master” who “revitalizesthe...genre by taking nearly every step he can to create an almost flawless record.” Saadiq’s on-stage performances garner equal praise. NPR called his SXSW appearance in support of Stone Rollin’ “a full-blown soul revue....When a guy this cool exerts this much effort, it’s a joy to behold.” While his solo career thrived, Saadiq honed his craft as a producer, working with a wide range of artists, including Snoop Dogg, Little Dragon, Erykah Badu and Stevie Wonder. He remains a true musician’s musician, with Justin Timberlake, Elton John, Mick Jagger and Lady Gaga among the many superstars who tapped him to play bass or guitar on high-profile projects, including Gaga’s memorable David Bowie tribute at the 2016 Grammy Awards. He co-wrote career-defining hits for D’Angelo (“Untitled (How Does It Feel)”) and Solange (“Cranes in the Sky”), and his compositions have been covered, sampled or referenced by everyone from Ed Sheeran to Drake. In 2012, Saadiq was named toTime magazine’s 100 Most Influential People list and in 2017, he received an Academy Award nomination in the category of Best Original Song for “Mighty River” from the filmMudbound, which he co-wrote with Mary J. Blige. On television, Saadiq is the composer in residence for Isa Rae’s hit HBO showInsecure. His highly anticipated next solo album, Jimmy Lee, is scheduled for release in August 2019. Jamila Woods Jamila Woods’ cultural lineage–from her love of Lucille Clifton’s poetry to cherished letters from her grandmother to the infectious late 80s post-punk of The Cure–structure the progressive, delicate and minimalist soul of HEAVN, her debut solo album. “It’s like a collage process,” she says. “It’s very enjoyable to me to take something I love and mold it into something new.” A frequent guest vocalist in the hip-hop, jazz and soul world, Jamila has emerged as a once-in-a- generation voice on her soul-stirring debut. Born and raised on the Southside of Chicago, Woods grew up in a family of music lovers. It took a surprise poetry class with a high school arts program for Jamila to finally find her metaphorical and literal voice. “Through poetry, I realized you are the expert of your own experience,” she says. Her poetry studies continued in college and in her professional career with Young Chicago Authors. Music–like poetry– is personal. “It became a way to stop hiding, to actually be the most honest with myself through writing,” she says. “It helps me check in with myself.” And that honesty translated to HEAVN, an album she describes as a collection of, “nontraditional love songs pushing the idea of what makes a love song.” You’ll find the bits and pieces of her past and present that make Jamila: family, the city of Chicago, self-care, and the black women she calls friends. Jamila is an artist of substance creating music crafted with a sturdy foundation of her passions and influences. True and pure in its construction and execution, her music is the best representation of Jamila herself: strong in her roots, confident in her ideas, and attuned to the people, places and things shaping her world. Date And Time Sat, February 8, 2020, 8:00 PM EST Doors at 8:00 PM Location 9:30 Club 815 V St. NW Washington, DC 20001 United States

SIR Sundays at SAX
Event Start Date : Dec 08, 2019
Event End Date : Dec 08, 2019
SIR is an interactive, all male burlesque show hosted at SAX Restaurant & Lounge located in downtown Washington, DC. This electrifying show brings together some of the hottest men in the DMV area for a theatrical experience that will leave you begging for more. Dancers, Aerialists, Pole Performers, Games, Bottomless Mimosas, Four Course Pre-Set Menu, Go Go Boys, and Table Service studs, all in one ticket price! Perfect for Birthdays, Celebrations, Bridal Parties, or just a great time with friends. Location SAX Restaurant and Lounge 734 11th Street NW Washington, DC 20005 United States FAQs Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event? Yes, this event is a 21+ age requirement. Where can I contact the organizer with any questions? 202.737.0101 (between 11am-5pm Mon-Sat) Is my registration/ticket refundable? Tickets are non-refundable, no exceptions. Can I change the showtime or date of my ticket? Yes, depending on availability you may change your showtime or date through Eventbrite. Is prepayment required? Yes, full prepayment is required for reservations and must be made through credit card prepayment. If we are a group, can we be seated together? SAX will do its utmost to seat groups together and recommends the following in order to maximize the chances of accommodating such requests: 1. ​Groups should designate one person to purchase all their tickets under one payment. Tickets purchased separately will be considered as individual seating. 2. Groups will be sent a seating confirmation email through Eventbrite the week of the show. Please send all request to 3. Large group seating request are limited due to number of large group tables at the venue. The chances of accommodating such requests are highest with early email repsonses. The largest group we can group together is fourteen (14) guest. Is a full food menu offered? At SAX Sir Sundays our primary focus is on providing you the best live entertainment available on Sundays in DC. In order to do that and due to the format of the show we are not able to provide an a la carte menu or food substitutions. A set course menu has therefore been specifically created to provide valued patrons with a small variety of items, mindful of common dietary restrictions. For patrons desiring a more varied a la carte menu, we are open for dinner with live entertainment on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday nights. Are there entry restrictions? Yes, entry is limited to 10:45am-11:15am for the first show, and 1:45pm-2:15pm for the second show. No entry 15 minutes after show begins and no refunds for late arrivals. Are any tickets available on-site the day of the show? Ticket purchases and reservations must be purchased in advance of shows and no tickets are available on-site the day of the show. How do we check in for the shows? Please arrive on time for entrance into the venue. Our check-in desk in the lobby will seat you upon arrival. You must have an ID that matches the reservation name or ticket.

Event Start Date : Dec 13, 2019
Event End Date : Dec 13, 2019
Steez Promo presents Snails w/Rusko, Jayceeoh, Hi im Ghost at Echostage About this Event Steez Promo Presents Snails World of Slime Tour Rusko, Jayceeoh, Hi im Ghost Doors: 9 PM | No Dress Code | Ages 18+ VIP/Bottle Service: | 202-503-2331 Tickets On Sale 8.23.19 2PM Eastern US Time Date And Time Fri, Dec 13, 2019, 9:00 PM EST Location Echostage 2135 Queens Chapel Road Northeast Washington, DC 20018 United States Cost $30 – $35 Refund Policy No Refunds

Wholesaling Hacks and Secrets Workshop * Free event*
Event Start Date : Jan 11, 2020
Event End Date : Jan 11, 2020
*Free* one-day high-level wholesaling workshop. We will donate proceeds from this workshop to gather school supplies and give to a school About this Event This is an all-day high-level workshop and we will be talking about lead generation, prospecting scripts and overcoming seller objections and managing KPIs. Get ready because we are dropping major nuggets and best of all - it's FREE! Brought to you by EZ Skip Tracing - "Skip Tracing Made Simple". Date And Time Sat, January 11, 2020 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM EST Location Harborside Hotel 6400 Oxon Hill Road Oxon Hill, MD 20745 United States

G. Love & Special Sauce
Event Start Date : Jan 30, 2020
Event End Date : Jan 30, 2020
G. LOVE & SPECIAL SAUCE TICKETS Pre-sale begins 8:00pm October 9 Tickets on sale 12:00 October 11 Sign up for our newsletter to receive pre-sale promo codes Seated GA Tickets - $40 Standing GA Tickets - $35 For any wheelchair or ADA needs, please contact the Box Office in advance of the performance at (202)-769-0122. Please note that the front row of tables and chairs will be cleared for this show to create a general admission Pit. Be advised that there may be some seated areas where vision of the stage is obstructed. G. LOVE & SPECIAL SAUCE “I’ve been in the game a long time, but I’ve always considered myself a student,” says G. Love. “Finishing this album with Keb Mo’ felt like graduation.” Recorded in Nashville with a slew of special guests including Robert Randolph, Marcus King, and Roosevelt Collier, ‘The Juice’ is indeed diploma-worthy. Co-produced and co-written with GRAMMY-winning icon Keb Mo’, it’s an electrifying collection, one that tips its cap to more than a century of blues greats even as it offers its own distinctly modern pop spin on the genre, mixing programmed beats and hip-hop grooves with blistering guitar and sacred steel. G. Love’s lyrics are both personal and political here, artfully balancing his appreciation for the simple joys in life with his obligation to speak out for justice and equality, and his performances are suitably riotous and rousing to match, with infectious call-and-response hooks and funky sing-along choruses at every turn. Easy as it is to succumb to cynicism these days, the songs on ‘The Juice’ refuse, insisting instead on hope and determination in the face of doubt and despair. “I’ve always tried to make music that’s a force for positivity,” G. Love explains. “It was important to me that this album be something that could empower the folks who are out there fighting the good fight every day. I wanted to make a rallying cry for empathy and unity.” Born Garrett Dutton in Philadelphia, PA, G. Love grew up equally enthralled with folk, blues, and rap, devouring everything from Lead Belly and Run D.M.C. to John Hammond and the Beastie Boys. After migrating to Boston, he and his band, Special Sauce, broke out in 1994 with their Gold-selling self-titled debut, which earned widespread critical acclaim for its bold vision and adventurous production. Over the next twenty-five years, G. Love would go on to release seven more similarly lauded studio studios albums with Special Sauce (plus four solo albums on his own), solidifying his place in music history as a genre-bending pioneer with a sound The New York Times described as “a new and urgent hybrid” and NPR called a “musical melting pot.” G. Love’s magnetic stage presence, meanwhile, made him a fixture on festival lineups from Bonnaroo to Lollapalooza, and his relentless appetite for tour and collaboration landed him on the road and in the studio with artists as diverse as Lucinda Williams, Dave Matthews, The Avett Brothers, Jack Johnson, and DJ Logic. While G. Love has covered considerable sonic ground during his prolific career, he’s always found himself drawn back to the blues, and to one bluesman in particular. “Keb Mo’ and I got signed to the same label at the same time back when I first started out, and we toured together early on in my career,” G. Love remembers. “He used to introduce me onstage as ‘a true American original,’ and I could tell that he got a kick out of what I did. We didn’t see each other for a while after that, but a few years ago we reconnected and did a co-headline tour, which was really special for me.” Two decades after they’d first hit the road together, the unlikely duo picked up right where they left off, and after a couple late-night jam sessions, G. Love pitched Keb Mo’ on producing his next album. The pair decided to test the waters with a writing session first, teaming up with GRAMMY-winner Gary Nicholson (famed for his work with B.B. King, Buddy Guy, Willie Nelson, and Ringo Starr among others) for a week in Nashville, where they penned a handful of tunes based on phrases G. Love had saved in his phone or rough demos he’d recorded at home on Cape Cod. Those tracks quickly became fan favorites on the road, and G. Love knew he was on to something special. “I got wrapped up in touring and in my Jamtown project with Donovan Frankenreiter and Cicso Adler after that first session, and even though I really enjoyed working with Keb Mo’ and Gary, it was a year-and-a-half before I was able to get back down to Nashville to finish writing the album with them.” When it came time to record, Keb Mo’ was meticulous, working closely with G. Love in the studio on nearly every aspect of his performances. While G. Love was used to creating raw, loose albums by the seat of his pants, Keb Mo’ worked in a much more deliberate, methodical fashion, building songs up like a hip-hop producer. He’d create a beat on his keyboard, lay down a bass line, and then coach G. Love through the tracks sometimes line-by-line. “He was always impressing on me where to place the emphasis and how to phrase my lyrics and guitar playing in relation to the beat,” G. Love explains. “He’d tell me to sing like I had a shovel in my hands and I was digging on the one.” The resulting mix of G. Love’s idiosyncratic style and Keb Mo’s old-school influence proves intoxicating on ‘The Juice,’ which opens with the shuffling, anthemic title track. “We got the juice / We got the love / We got the dreams / We had enough,” G. Love sings, setting the stage for an album all about recognizing your power to impact the world around you in ways both big and small. The infectious “Birmingham,” for instance, is an ode to perseverance when , while the funky “Go Crazy” cuts loose in the face of our maddening 24-hour news cycle, and the relentless “Shake Your Hair” rattles off a head-spinning list of modern ills before declaring “donate, don’t wait, spread love don’t hate.” “I’ve never been the kind of guy who thinks he’s going to change the world with his guitar,” reflects G. Love. “But maybe I can write the kind of songs that give strength and encouragement to the people who are out there doing the work to make this planet a better place. Those are the people I want to lift up with my music.” When G. Love sings about making the world a better place, he’s not just singing about politics, though, and ‘The Juice’ serves as a beautiful exploration of the ways we can brighten our own little worlds and the worlds of those we care about on a daily basis. The gritty “SoulBQue” is a celebration of community and friendship, while the rootsy “She’s The Rock” pays tribute to all the little ways lovers can lift each other up, and the breezy “Diggin’ Roots” spins cultivating a garden into a metaphor for the importance of tending to your home and family and neighbors. “I was going through a tough time in my life when I met my fiancé, but my whole world seemed to turn around after that,” says G. Love. “I started meditating, we had a son, and we moved out to the Cape. That’s when I stopped writing breakup songs and started writing love songs and family songs and friendship songs.” Life is good for G. Love these days, and he’s not taking a moment of it for granted. In fact, in just the past few years alone he’s launched his own beer collaboration with Oregon’s Good Life Brewery (The Juice IPA), started his own festival in Massachusetts (The Cape Cod Roots & Blues Festival), and founded his own record label, Philadelphonic, which he aims to use as an outlet for curating both music and visual art (the cover of ‘The Juice’ features a brand new work G. Love commissioned from renowned painter Greg Haberny). “I’m more inspired right now than I’ve ever been before,” G. Love reflects. “I feel more thoughtful, seasoned, marinated, confident. I’m making the records I’ve always wanted to make.” Cue “Pomp and Circumstance.” Hailing from Greenville, Georgia, Willis grew up singing Gospel music at the Mount Pilgrim Baptist Church with his grandfather. Since an early age, he had the talent and passion for the music and the ability to sharpen his skills fast. At the age of 14, he came across a YouTube video of Muddy Waters playing “Hoochie Coochie Man” and was instantly hooked on the blues He got his much-needed break from the living legend Taj Mahal, who described him as the “Wonderboy” and “the Wunderkind.” In 2015, Mahal asked Willis to play on stage with him. That appearance resulted in a roaring response from the audience and led Willis to bigger stages and broader opportunities, including an opening slot at select shows along the TajMo tour, featuring his musical mentors Taj Mahal and Keb’ Mo’ Many fans of Willis regard him as an old soul. His style of playing the instruments and his voice touches the very roots of country blues. He brings back the true soul of the music. A newspaper headline once called him a “70-year-old bluesman in a 20-year-old body.” Spectacular Class is the follow-up release to his debut album, Blue Metamorphosis, which was released in 2016 and garnered him rave reviews from such notable magazines as Living Blues and Blues & Rhythm. In 2018, the album earned recognition by the Blues Foundation through their International Blues Challenge, where he was honored with the Best Self-Produced CD Award. Date And Time Thu, January 30, 2020, 7:30 PM EST Doors at 6:30 PM Location The Hamilton Live 600 14th St NW Washington, DC 20005 United States