Music in DC including Concerts, Opera, Orchestras, Festivals & More

Find DC music concerts, performances and recitals including classical, opera, pop, rock, country, recitals and more. CultureCapital gives you quick and easy access to DC Metro's schedules with links to the presenters to purchase tickets.


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NSO Pops: 50 Years Over the Rainbow

The Kennedy Center
Jun. 28 – 29
Marking half a century to the week since the entertainment world lost one of its greatest treasures, the NSO and a trio of exceptional singers remember the immortal music and extraordinary cultural impact of Judy Garland.

Buddy Guy with Kenny Wayne Shepherd Band and Samantha Fish

Wolf Trap
Sun. Jun 23
Still creating new music and performing at age 82, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee Buddy Guy.

El Gran Festival Música Cubana

Strathmore
Sat. Jun 29
Former members of Buena Vista Social Club along with an all-star lineup of Cuba’s most celebrated artists.

DuPont Brass

THEARC
Fri. May 31
DuPont Brass is a unique, soulful, brass ensemble hailing from the D.C. Metropolitan Area.

Carlos Henriquez Nonet

Sixth & I
Sat. Jun 1
Carlos Henriquez takes the Sixth & I stage with his ace nonet. With a style combining currents of ’60s-era hard bop, Afro-Cuban salsa, classical music, and more,

Rock Of Ages - Tenth Anniversary Tour

Wolf Trap
Jun. 18 – 19
Rock of Ages captures the iconic era of 1980s Hollywood. Featuring the music of hit bands such as Styx, Poison, Twisted Sister, Whitesnake, and more.

Raul Midón at Lubber Run Amphitheater

Lubber Run Amphitheater
Fri. Jun 14
RAUL MIDÓN opens the 50th Anniversary Lubber Run Summer Concert Season.

Flow Tribe

AMP by Strathmore
Fri. May 31
Flow Tribe brings the energy and soul of the Big Easy to AMP!

JxJ: Daniel Kahn and the Painted Bird

City Winery
Sun. May 26
With their new record The Butcher’s Share, The Painted Bird returns to the road as the original radical Yiddish borderland bandits.

Politics & Art: District Vox

John Wilson Building
Thu. Jun 13
A celebration of D.C.’s vibrant arts community with performances by singers, bands, and spoken word artists.

The Wildmans

Hill Center at the Old Naval Hospital
Sun. Jun 9
The Wildmans features siblings Eli and Aila Wildman on mandolin, fiddle and vocals, joined by gifted banjoist Victor Furtado.

An Evening with Marian McLaughlin

Dupont Underground
Thu. Jun 6
Marian Mclaughlin blends stream-of-consciousness songwriting with intricate instrumentation.

Spotlights

Davina & The Vagabonds

AMP by Strathmore
Fri. Jun 7

The Stage Free: Composer Awards Performance

Dupont Underground
Fri. May 24

I-Jung Huang, violin; Chuang-Chuang Peter Fang, piano

Anderson House – The American Revolution Institute of the Society of the Cincinnati
Fri. May 24

Wytold / Christylez Bacon

Arts Plaza at Monroe Street Market
Thu. Jun 20

Rock Of Ages - Tenth Anniversary Tour

Wolf Trap
Jun. 18 – 19

Los Cenzontles

Library of Congress
Tue. Jun 25

Embassy of Romania: Irina Muresano, Violin

Embassy of Romania
Fri. Sep 13
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