2020 and 2021 have been very rough years for all of us. We have faced an extreme amount of boredom and loneliness. We haven’t been able to do what we love or go out and enjoy the things we love.
Having said that, the whole Covid experience has been so much harder for musicians and fans of music. Many musicians have not been able to tour or make money since the start of the pandemic in March of 2020. Some musicians have hosted virtual concerts and events but it is just not the same as an in person concert. Not being able to hear the instant feedback is very tough for musicians.
But with vaccinations and compliance, venues will finally start to open up in the DMV. Some upcoming concerts include…
Tame Impala and The Perfume Genius live at Capital One Arena, Wednesday, Oct 13
311 Iration and Iya Terra live at Mecu Pavilion, Wednesday, Sept 1
Deftones Gojira and Poppy live at The Anthem, Sunday, Aug 29
Guns N’ Roses live at Nationals Park, Tuesday, Jul 13
Maroon 5 live at the Jiffy Lube Live, Tuesday, Sep 7
Harry Styles and Jenny Lewis live at Capital One Arena, Saturday, Sept 18
America Live at The Music Center at Strathmore, Friday, Aug 13
Many predict that with this drought of live concerts that 2020 brought us, many people will go to any show which may help new musicians become seen. Concerts have been in high demand and people will want to be involved in any live events that may happen. So get out there and support your favorite artists and be a part of this refreshing new season of concerts.