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Petworth Porchfest Featuring Dozens of DC Musicians

Petworth PorchFest is a neighborhood-wide live music event that will feature dozens of bands hosted on porches throughout Petworth. The event will celebrate the arts and the community.

Saturday, April 24th from 2-6pm.

Uptown XO
Luke Stewart
Finding Rhythm Collective
Maggie Yacoub
Marcelle Pena
Keith Butler Trio
Data Recovery Project
Kellyn Marie Goler
The LMB Duo
Dylan Dellisanti and Band
Head Band
Not The Mamma
Three Star String Band
Vintz Desert
Music with Mr. Rob
Griefcat PartyTime
Celesta Tow/ HUM District Music
Leah Danielle & Friends
Körgyűrű Banditák (Beltway Bandits)
Magnólia Zenekar (Magnolia Band)
Lanah Koelle
DJ Kathleen Crowley
Emma G
DJ Kathleen Crowley
Barbara Papendorp & Oren Levine
Tabitha Brower
Nappy Riddem
Japreme Magnetic
Wooden Door
Sligo Waterdogs
Music with Mr. Rob
The French Champagne
Heidi Martin
Heavy Rotation
The Busted Toenails
District Irish Dance Academy
The Flip Phones
Maryjo Mattea
Elena La Fulana
The Excitable Boys
The Lessecks
Half Pint Harry
Permanent Sigh
“Dev Duff & Jacob Soul featuring Da Rebels”
Higher Education
Crash Funk
Glue Factory
National Symphony Orchestra Quartet
“Micah Hendler & Friends”
Roof Beams
American Nomad
Tessa Elaina
Buck Forty Nine
Howlin Chants
The Dusty Stars
Velvet Grace
Collective Delusion
DOC Irish Session
The Treads
Mason McCormick
“Total Praise Gospel Group”
“Van Ness Jazz Duo & Renée Tannenbaum”
Something Simple
Under Current
Under Current
Walter Tates, Jr.
Golden Girls
Emily Hall
Swamp Grass
Adam Forbes
The Suspension
Vava Samba
Nel Abdiel
Frying Pangea
Bellwether Bayou
Rosie Cima
Cramer Music
Jake Cimba
Adele Marie
Deccan Traps
Big Like Bear
Boom Town Wreck
Boom Town Wreck
Manic Obsession
Dan Lipton & the Whiskey Disciples
Red Driver
“Montgomery Fox & Friends”
Daniel Frankhuizen

Washington, District of Columbia 20011

This is a free event with performer times & locations and other details to be found at Petworth Porchfest

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