upcoming concerts

August 3: Cayucas, Rock & Roll Hotel
It's our new tradition to see Cayucas every summer :)

August 7: Howard, DC9
So excited to finally get a chance to check out our newest favorites and start our Friday night off right!

August 12: Felix Jaehn, Flash Nightclub
Between his remixes of "Cheerleader" and "Ain't Nobody" -- Felix Jaehn has been DOMINATING this summer and it would be such a treat to see him live!

August 14: Zac Brown Band with The Avett Brothers, Nationals Park
We can think of no better way to spend a summer evening than with these two great bands in a baseball stadium.

August 19: Willie Nelson and the Family with Old Crow Medicine Show, Merriweather Post Pavillion
Pretty much perfect.

August 21: O.A.R. with Allen Stone, Merriweather Post Pavilion 
Because, as we've said before, what is summer without an outdoor O.A.R. concert??

August 22: Darius Rucker with Brett Eldredge, Brothers Osbourne, and A Thousand Horses, Merriweather Post Pavilion 
This ideal country lineup is 100%, absolutely worth the drive up to MD.

August 23: The Beach Boys, Wolf Trap
Duh.

August 28: Alessia Cara, U Street Music Hall
We called it -- this girl is amazingly talented and about to blow up!

August 29: Trillectro, Merriweather Post Pavilion
Oh man, this baller festival is expanding this year AND Chance The Rapper is headlining -- too trill.

September 1: Arum Rae, DC 9
We are so enamored with Arum Rae after her most recent love song -- this show will be too dreamy.

September 8: Twenty One Pilots with Echomsith, Echostage
Is it weird that we're most excited that ECHOsmith is playing at ECHOstage?!

September 8: Say Lou Lou, U Street Music Hall
Get ready for some beautiful mellow music from these gorgeous Swedish sisters.

September 13: Death Cab for Cutie, Merriweather Post Pavilion
Grab a gang of your best friends and enjoy a Sunday evening with one of the best indie bands of all time.

September 14: Jess Glynne, U Street Music Hall
From her amazing feature on "Rather Be" to her solo stuff, Jess is quickly becoming one of our most favorite rising stars as we MUST see her live!

September 16: Stromae, Echostage
Impressive global superstar Stromae is back stateside and guaranteed to get the party started!

September 18: Alabama Shakes, Merriweather Post Pavilion
Off the heels of their incredible sophomore album, Brittany Howard's voice and the rest of the band are ready to start your weekend off right!

September 18: Vacationer, U Street Music Hall
What better way to close out the last few official days of summer than with this dreamy band.

September 19: Years & Years with Tei Shi, 9:30 Club
This indie pop lineup is too dreamy!

September 20: Of Monsters and Men, Merriweather Post Pavilion
Awww these Icelandic rockers and their new album came back stateside again just for Krista's birthday -- how sweet of them :)

September 21: The Fratellis, 9:30 Club
One of our favorite indie bands in high school (and who we have to thank for the Blackhawks goal-scoring chant) is back and sure to be a crazy fun night!

September 22 & 23: Ed Sheeran, Verizon Center
We don't have to tell you how wonderful Ed Sheeran is (we called it, by the by) but if we do, go see him live and you'll know what we're talking about.

September 23: Charli XCX with Bleachers and Robert DeLong, Echostage
ooooo we LOVE this combo of these two indie turned Top 40 pop stars!!

September 23: Lianne La Havas, 9:30 Club
Man oh man, get ready for some serious musical goodness from this supremely talented musician!

September 28: The Neighbourhood, 9:30 Club
It may not be sweater weather yet, but you should still spend the evening with these uber cool Brits.

October 1: MS MR with Circa Waves, 9:30 Club
This insanely cool duo is back with a new album and joined by our breakout faves from CMJ!

October 3 & 4: WPOC Weekend in the Country, Merriweather Post Pavilion
Brantley Gilbert is headlining both days of this country festival, but there are pu-lennnnty of other artists that are oh so great (Sam Hunt! Kelsea Ballerini! Thompson Square! more!)

October 4: Frank Turner and the Sleeping Souls, 9:30 Club
Can't wait to see this lovely British crooner (and hear his cute little accent)!!


October 5: The Lighthouse and the Whaler, DC9
Your perfect mellow Monday concert.

October 7: Pure Bathing Culture, DC9
Make summer stretch a little longer with some beachy vibes.

October 14: Mac DeMarco, Howard Theatre
Can't wait for the chance to see this wonderfully hazy summer music continued into the fall.

October 16: Leon Bridges, 9:30 Club
Get ready to swoon to the beautiful motown-inspired tunes of this new artist.

October 16: Kacey Musgraves, Lincoln Theatre
Get tix for this show... and life will be gravy.

October 18: Smallpools with Phoebe Ryan and Machineheart, 9:30 Club
Oh so many favorites in this incredible night of music!

November 3: Beirut, Lincoln Theatre
UGH SO BEAUTIFUL WE MUST GO TO THIS.

November 7: Odesza, 9:30 Club
Our latest go-to weekend jam duo, this concert is guaranteed to be the perfect way to spend your Saturday night!

November 8: Misterwives with Waters, 9:30 Club
We had such a happy time dancing with Misterwives the last time they were in town and a fairly certain that it needs to happen again.

December 11: City & Colour, Echostage
Get ready for dreamy night of beautiful and fun music with Dallas Green & co!

Have we missed a good show??
Let us know at info@thisourjamdc.com or tweet us @thisisourjamdc!
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