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  • Delta Rae

    Aug 24, 2017

  • Afghan Whigs

    Sep 9, 2017

  • Prophets of Rage

    Sep 14, 2017

  • Broken Social Scene

    Sep 19 - 20, 2017

  • Trevor Hall

    Sep 26, 2017

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Delta Rae

August 24, 2017

Durham, North Carolina's own folk rock outfit are hitting the road again! Combining shades of gospel, country and pop, the soulful sextet's soaring harmonies and choral aesthetic make each one of their anthems a foot-stopping, soul-stirring affair.

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Afghan Whigs

September 9, 2017

The Afghan Whigs dealt in some of the smokiest, seediest rock 'n' roll to emerge from the 1990s. Happily, this richly hued atmosphere of menace was all present and correct on The Whigs' 2013 effort Do To The Beast, the band's first album for 16 years. They're touring Do To The Beast, along with the rest of their noir-flavored catalogue, across North America and Canada this summer and fall.

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Prophets of Rage

September 14, 2017

The world needs Prophets of Rage right now. Comprised of members from Rage Against the Machine, Cypress Hill and Public Enemy, Prophets Of Rage have come together in this election year to get their message out to the public - we won't do what you tell us!

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Broken Social Scene

September 19 - 20, 2017

Indie heroes and arbiters of all that was noughties cool, the Canadian supergroup are back with a new album and tour, their first in six years. Made up of anything from 6 - 19 members, including Feist, Emily Haines and Kevin Drew, this special collective are known for their ethereal sound, youthful energy, and lyrical ambiance and have gone on to inspire a generation of indie groups since their formation in 1999.

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Trevor Hall

September 26, 2017

Infusing his laid-back, acoustic rock with reggae and sanskrit chanting, Trevor Hall's music plugs into the deepest levels of his spiritual experiences. Introduced to yoga and meditation in his late teens, the South Carolina-born Hall treats his songs as a vital outlet for his journey through life. He's had his music featured in Shrek The Third and The Change-Up, and was named an Artist to Watch by MTV in 2010.

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Al Crostino
0.2 mi away at 1926 9th St NW

Appioo Restaurant
0.21 mi away at 1924 9th St NW

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

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

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

Atlantic Parking
0.92 mi away at 1345 Park Rd. NW

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3 Star, Prices from $115


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