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  • Comedy Bang! Bang!

    May 9, 2016

  • Sam Beam & Jesca Hoop

    May 21, 2016

  • John Carpenter

    Jul 12, 2016

  • Bryan Ferry

    Jul 23 - 25, 2016

  • Ryan Adams

    Jul 26, 2016

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Comedy Bang! Bang!

May 9, 2016

Scott Aukerman is taking the Comedy Bang! Bang! podcast on the road, and he's joined by three of its most popular guest. Paul F. Tompkins, Lauren Lapkus and Neil Campbell are all along for the ride, bringing with them their cavalcade of characters.

Sam Beam & Jesca Hoop Poster

Sam Beam & Jesca Hoop

May 21, 2016

Sam Beam aka Iron and Wine has teamed up with fellow indie artists Jesca Hoop to produce a gorgeously chilled out duet album, Love Letters For Fire. Borne out of Beam's love of classic duets that he had grown up with, he had toyed with the idea of a duets album for some time, but never finding the right voice - until Hoop's music reached him through the radio! Now mere months later, the pair are taking this new record on the road across the States.

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John Carpenter

July 12, 2016

One of the great film directors of the 1970s and 80s, John Carpenters' contribution to sci-fi and horror is immeasurable, practically reinventing the genres multiple times with iconic flicks like Halloween, The Thing and They Live. Carpenter also composed or co-composed the distinctive synthesizer themes for most of his films, with his score to Halloween in particular embedding itself in the nightmares of audiences the world over.

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Bryan Ferry

July 23 - 25, 2016

As the sartorially elegant front-man of Roxy Music, Bryan Ferry's rich, innovate and stylistic songs have become as iconic as the man himself, with themes that invoke hopeless romance and futurism, with an undeniably nostalgic ribbon running through them.

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Ryan Adams

July 26, 2016

The Alt-country singer songwriter is back with a new self titled album and is touring the US in support. Since heading out solo in 2000, Adams has met with critical acclaim for his intimate and honest output. His first record, Heartbreaker was introduced the world to his bitter-sweet mind and he was touted as the new Gram Parsons.

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Nonna's Kitchen
0.03 mi away at 1212 U St. NW

The Fainting Goat
0.11 mi away at 1330 U St. NW

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AP Parking Services
0.11 mi away at 1931 11th St NW

AP Parking Services
0.28 mi away at 1740 14th St NW

Tag-B Group
0.4 mi away at 2015 Georgia Ave. NW

Towne Park
0.76 mi away at 10 Thomas Circle NW

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0.51 mi away at 1627 16th Street Northwest
3 Star, Prices from $89


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