Le Butcherettes perform at The Stand Ballroom in Providence, Rhode Island, on Aug. 8, 2018. (Photo by Andy Jillson)
Need an innovative artsy punk rock band to see?!? Look no further. Le Butcherettes are that and then some. Now is your chance to see this fearless musical force for yourself. See Le Butcherettes live at DC9 Nightclub on Saturday, March 2. Time is of the essence though. If the show hasn’t already sold out already, it most likely will by Saturday night.
The Mavericks (Photo by David McClister)
Not long ago, The Mavericks released Brand New Day, their ninth studio album and their first on their own label, Mono Mundo Recordings. Founded in 1989, the quartet continue to celebrate their newfound freedom with a show at the Lincoln Theatre on Friday, March 8.
Ice Cube (Photo courtesy Represent)
Editor’s note: We have been informed that this show has been canceled. — Parklife DC, 3/1/19
Rapper, writer, and actor Ice Cube released Everythang’s Corrupt, his 10th solo album, not long ago via Lench Mob and Interscope Records. With somewhat short notice, he launched a major tour, and he’s heading to The Anthem on Thursday, March 7 for what is sure to be a very good show.
JJ Grey (Photo by Jay Simon)
Southern soul-rockers JJ Grey & Mofro will perform at 9:30 Club on Wednesday, March 7.
Wet (Photo courtesy Columbia Records)
Indie pop duo Wet released Still Run, its sophomore album, last year via Columbia Records, and they are touring it with Kilo Kish with a stop at 9:30 Club on Tuesday, March 5. You can win tickets to go with Parklife DC.
Deerhunter (Photo by Ryan Stang)
With critically acclaimed eighth studio album Why Hasn’t Everything Already Disappeared? released January 18, Atlanta’s Deerhunter have now embarked on an extensive tour that includes a date at 9:30 Club on Saturday, March 2.
Rosanne Cash (Photo by Michael Levine)
Rosanne Cash released She Remembers Everything, her 15th album, on Blue Note Records last year. The daughter of Johnny Cash will perform at Strathmore Music Center on Friday, March 1.
Son Little (Photo by Marc Lemoine)
Philadelphia R&B musician Son Little, born Aaron Livingston, will appear at City Winery on Tuesday, Feb. 26. He arrives after releasing his most recent album, New Magic, in 2017.
You Me at Six (Photo courtesy Ticketfly)
English rockers You Me at Six return to 9:30 Club for the band’s Back Again Tour on Sunday, Feb. 24. You can win tickets to go with Parklife DC!
Luna Honey (Photo courtesy the band)
DC drone quartet Luna Honey released the band’s debut album, Peace Will Grind You Down, last year via Blight Records. They’ve been performing around town quite a bit since then, and their next show is at the Dew Drop Inn on Monday, Feb. 25.