D.C. Concert Guide: Fall 2015
Don’t miss the hottest artists when they tour in the D.C. area. DCW50 has you covered for all your musical needs.
This soft crooner sings a mix of rock and folk. The master behind “Come on Get Higher” is coming to you live from the Birchmere this fall.
Live la vida loca at Ricky Martin’s concert in Fairfax. There’s no way you’ll sit still with his catchy songs and dance moves.
Flashback to your teen years with 90s with cover band White Ford Bronco. Bring out the scrunchies and chokers, you’re in for a ride.
This country duo met in Nashville and the rest was history. You can’t say no to songs like “Show You Off” or “19 You + Me.”
These two brothers created had their first hit with song “Latch.” Don’t miss out on this electronic music.
Reminisce to the early 2000s with these boy bands. Maybe you’ll even remember “Ocean Avenue.”
Hey Delilah, why don’t you listen to the Plain White T’s on October 29?
This classic, folk duo can do no wrong. Check out “Power of Two” and “Ghost.”
Don’t miss this acoustic singer-songwriter whose songs have been featured in shows like One Tree Hill and Grey’s Anatomy.
Hey, I just met you and this is crazy, but come to the Carly Rae Jepsen concert with me maybe?
Chill with this country girl and soak in the small theater vibe at the Birchmere.
“I Can’t Feel My Face” performers are coming to you live from the Verizon Center.
Sugarland’s sweet Jennifer Nettles will make you “stay” at the Fillmore.
This a cappella band will blow your mind with their newest rendition of “Marvin Gaye.”
Country boy Cole Swindell will make you feel like you’re having a beer on your porch.
Hailing from Pittsburgh, Miller is a young rapper best known for “Frick Park Market.”