Don’t Miss: Careless Memories @ Dodge City, 9/13/18

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Careless Memories celebrates Animotion and other artists on Sept. 13 at Dodge City!

Ever yearn to hear that one song by that one artist over a beer? We’ve got you covered with our next edition of Careless Memories, as we celebrate “Lost ‘80s” hits at Dodge City on Thursday, Sept. 13.

Inspired by the Lost ‘80s tour coming to Warner Theatre later this month, Careless Memories will explore the timeless of a crop of new wave artists that crafted irresistible earworms for which they will forever be known with the likes of A Flock of Seagulls and “I Ran (So Far Away),” Animotion and “Obsession,” Wang Chung and “Everybody Have Fun Tonight,” and more more more.

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Around Town: Diner En Blanc @ Nationals Park — 8/25/18

DinerEnBlanc15 Dupont Brass Band entertains Diner En Blanc DC on Aug. 25, 2018. (Photo by Mickey McCarter)

Like myself, you might not know much about Diner En Blanc other than the vague notion that everyone wears white and goes for dinner in a park somewhere. Last weekend, I saw firsthand that it’s much more — it’s actually a full-blown party held in a unique location, which turned out to be Nationals Park in our case.

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Don’t Miss: New Order Night @ Dodge City, 8/9/18

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New Order (Photo by Nick Wilson)

We at Parklife DC are beyond thrilled that New Order, one of our all-time favorite bands, will perform at The Anthem later this month. So, we are hosting a night of music consisting of New Order, Joy Division, and their related bands at Dodge City on Thursday, Aug. 9.

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Don’t Miss: Out of Touch (The Music of Daryl Hall and John Oates) @ Dodge City, 3/8/18

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Daryl Hall and John Oates in 1984.

Once a month, Parklife DC brings you a new wave party at Dodge City. But on Thursday, March 8, we’re throwing our regular format out the window for a night of music dedicated to Daryl Hall and John Oates! Come out to listen to Hall & Oates all evening!

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Don’t Miss: Careless Memories [Christmas Edition] @ Dodge City, 12/14/17

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George Michael, Bob Geldof, Sting, and Simon LeBon wish you a Merry Christmas. (Photo courtesy Band Aid)

In 1984, Bob Geldof and Midge Ure teamed up to write “Do They Know It’s Christmas,” and they recruited a bunch of pop stars to sing the song for a charity record dedicated to famine relief under the banner of Band Aid. On Thursday, we’ll celebrate the spirit of the song and play some other New Wave-supported Christmas tunes during Careless Memories: A New Wave Party at Dodge City. Get into the holiday spirit with us starting at 8pm!

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