Concerts in Washington, D. C.

"Girls Night: The Musical" at Warner Theatre on Friday, October 17, at 8 p.m. (Up to 34% Off)

"Girls Night: the Musical"

Warner Theatre

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“Girls Night: The Musical” follows five women sharing life stories during a night of karaoke filled with bawdy laughs and classic songs

$47 $31

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"Girls Night: The Musical" at Warner Theatre on Friday, October 17, at 8 p.m. (Up to 42% Off)

"Girls Night: the Musical"

Warner Theatre

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Girls Night: The Musical follows five women sharing life stories during a night of karaoke filled with bawdy laughs and classic songs

$89.75 $52.50

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Lil' Boosie at Echostage on Friday, September 19, at 9 p.m. (Up to 30% Off)

Lil' Boosie

Echostage

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Lil' Boosie prepares for his next album release with a new outlook on life and new hit "Show Da World"

$92.80 $65

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Schoolboy Q at Echostage on Friday, September 5, at 9 p.m. (Up to 41% Off)

Schoolboy Q

Echostage

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Gravel-mouthed rapper and frequent Kendrick collaborator behind "Collard Greens" and "Studio" plays cuts from his latest, Oxymoron

$92.80 $55

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Trillectro Music Festival at RFK Stadium Lot 8 on Saturday, August 23, at 1 p.m. (Up to 49% Off)

Trillectro Music Festival

RFK Stadium Lot 8

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Third annual hip-hop & electronic music festival features EDM DJs, indie rockers, hip-hop's new wave of trendsetters, and headliner Big Sean

$80.10 $41

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6th Annual DC Bachata, Kizomba & Latin Dance Festival at Washington Hilton on August 14–17 (Up to 51% Off)

6th Annual DC Bachata, Kizomba & Latin Dance Festival

Washington Hilton

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Singers and dancers perform at a latin-dance festival with workshops, 50+ instructors from around the world, and 5000+ attendees

$100 $49

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Dance Place first leapt onto the scene more than three decades ago as an educational and performing arts company that toured local schools. In the years since, it has grown into a multi-faceted operation and source of both entertainment and instruction.

Every weekend, Dance Place dazzles crowds with performances in modern dance, African Dance, performance art, and spoken word. Rather than hiring a sketch artist to doodle each dance step into a flipbook, spectators can learn the moves they see on stage by enrolling in one of Dance Place's programs, or by dropping into an adult or children's class. Dance Place has remained true to its roots through its continued support of local schools, and to this day organizes family-friendly performances, workshops, and school assemblies.

3225 8th St NE
Washington,
DC
US

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1940 9th St NW
Washington,
DC
US

The young Italian tenor trio Il Volo impresses audiences with pitch-leaping vocal performances rich in three-part harmonies. Performing renditions of classic Italian songs as well as material penned by contemporary songwriters, the teenage opera singers showcase budding international appeal and the promise of a bright future that consists of crooning crowds and autographing customs slips at airports. Opening act Ethan Bortnick, a 10-year-old piano prodigy known as the youngest entertainer to headline his own concert tour and attempt to purchase a monster truck, starts out the night with original piano compositions as well as recognizable classics.

1776 D St NW
Washington,
DC
US

Formed in the glory days of heavy metal, Queensrÿche rocks audiences with songs that reveal the fierce polish of 30 years of evolving artistry. The band's distinctive mix of prog rock, metal, and subliminal messaging rocketed their Empire album up the charts, launching hits such as "Silent Lucidity," "Jet City Woman," and "Best I Can." Normally reserved only for members of Queensrÿche's fan club, a backstage meet-and-greet lets a small group of the devoted make personal connections with the four lords of loudness, shaking their lightning-fast hands and comparing headbanging techniques. With experience opening for Nickelback and Staind, opening band The Fifth's wailing guitars rally fist pumps and head thrashes as raging as a riverbed full of angry bulls.

1215 U St NW
Washington,
DC
US