We’ve compiled some shows that might tempt you out to celebrate live music and the New Year.
Tuesday, December 31st, 2019
200 W Marshall St, Richmond, VA 23220
Looking for some original music to bring in the new year? Check out Lady God’s infectious alternative rock that mixes elements of Big Star, The Modern Lovers, Lou Reed as well as Hootananny era Replacements and newer Garage Rock bands like Locksley.
Tally Ho Theatre
19 W Market St, Leesburg, VA 20176
Rock, hair metal and new wave, 80S TRIBUTE, 80s Dance Cover Band, 80s Rock, New Wave, Pop, Sirius 1st Wave, Cover Bands, Wedding Band
Whitlow’s On Wilson
2854 Wilson Blvd, Arlington, VA 22201
2072 Somerville Rd , Annapolis, MD 21401
It is a little-known fact that most Amish practice a tradition, similar to the Christian “Confirmation” and Jewish “Bar Mitzvah,” called “Rumspringa” (literal translation: “running around”) in which Amish children at the age of 16 have an opportunity to live free of the strict Amish code of conduct before deciding if they want to come back and be baptized into the Amish church. Surprisingly, virtually all of the youths return.
Tuesday, December 31st, 2019
The State Theatre
220 N Washington St, Falls Church, VA 22046
Ring in the new year with Washington DC’s Premier 80’s Tribute Band! Its New Years with the Legwarmers!!! Judging from the huge response we get every time they’re here, a lot of you find the same guilty pleasure we do in reliving the 80s. The big hair. The lacy ankle socks. And the music! You thought it was a forgettable decade, but the Legwarmers (great accessory, great band name) will make you remember each and every hit. Come out and Safety Dance like it’s 1985…or 2019. 21 & UP TO ENTER. This show is all GENERAL ADMISSION.
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