Go check out Melt this week at Black Cat in Washington DC! This group of friends from New York City was brought together by a common love of music, then separated when it came time to disperse to various colleges around the Northeast. Now, they reunite on weekends to play high-energy shows for their adoring, label-defying fan base. Marked by dancing, funky horns, and jam sections that lead into catchy hooks, it’s not hard to see why their shows draw such huge crowds. Make sure to go this week so you can see what Melt is all about!
Thursday, November 18, 2021
Doors open at 7:30 PM EDT
1811 14th Street NW
Washington, DC 20009
For more information, call 202-667-4490 or visit thebandmelt.com.
Tickets start at $15 and are available for purchase at blackcatdc.com.
Erin Steward is studying Business Hospitality and Tourism Management with a minor in Events Management at Virginia Tech. She loves creative writing, discovering new music, binge-watching her favorite shows, and traveling with family and friends.
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