Broken Social Scene toured through DC after the release of Hug of Thunder, the triumphant return by Kevin Drew, Brendan Canning, and company, in 2017. The chamber pop darlings return for a second leg of the tour with a date at Ram’s Head Live in Baltimore on Friday, April 6.
Ninety small and independent craft brewery converge at the National Building Museum (401 F St. NW, DC) in DC on Friday, June 1, and Saturday, June 2, for the return of SAVOR: An American Craft Beer & Food Experience. Tickets for the event are on sale as of today, March 21!
Sum 41, who hardly ever play around DC, headlined ShamrockFest 2018 on Saturday, giving me an opportunity relive childhood memories in a wonderful opportunity to see the band play live at the Festival Grounds at RFK Stadium.
Stars, the irrepressible Canadian chamber pop band, returned to the slipstream with There Is No Love in Fluorescent Light, their ninth studio album, in October via Last Gang Records. The band return to 9:30 Club on Monday, April 23, and you can win tickets to see Stars with Parklife DC!
Industrial powerhouse 3Teeth released Shutdown.exe in 2017, and rap-punk duo Ho99o9 released United States of Horror. After dropping their latest albums, the two bands teamed up to collaborate on two tracks and a tour — and that tour arrives at Baltimore Soundstage on Sunday, April 8.
Opening for their New Wave of British Heavy Metal brethren, Judas Priest, Saxon brought the speed and fury everyone in attendance wanted at The Anthem on Sunday. (See Parklife DC’s pictures of Judas Priest!)
Heavy metal legends Judas Priest blasted into The Anthem on Sunday on the heels of releasing Firepower, their well-received 18th studio album, via Epic Records. Led by frontman Rob Halford, Judas Priest entertained a sold-out crowd clamoring for their classic metal sound.