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Planning to head to DC soon? From special acoustic shows to musicals and rocking concerts, we’ve got you covered with the live shows coming to town in the near future.

T-PainOctober 30, 2017

Don’t miss out on the chance to catch rap star T-Pain live in concert in DC this fall when he stops by during his acoustic tour. You’ll get to hear the hugely successful artist perform hits like “Buy You A Drank” and “Low,” all with toned-down music in the background.

7:00 pm
U Street Music Hall
Washington, DC

Lucinda WilliamsOctober 30, 2017

Country superstar Lucinda Williams will stop by DC for a show at the Lincoln Theatre this fall, where she’ll be celebrating the 25th anniversary of her album Sweet Old World by performing it in its entirety. This show is bound to be a night of fun and reminiscing, so don’t miss out on a chance to see it live!

Lincoln Theatre
Washington, DC

Shout Out LoudsOct 31, 2017

Fans of smart, innovative rock should make sure to buy a ticket for the Shout Out Louds’ November concert in the District. The band, who made their name with releases like “Our Ill Wills,” will play songs off their most recent album Ease My Mind. You’ll get to enjoy a relaxed, enjoyable live show and hear some old-school favorites as well some newer songs.

7:00 PM
U Street Music Hall
Washington, DC

Mean Girls
October 31-December 3, 2017

Bring your teenagers out to a night of fun at the Mean Girls musical in DC. Whether you’ve seen the beloved film about high school drama or you’re just looking to experience a new show, you’ll love this fun-filled take on adolescent life at DC’s National Theatre this year.

National Theatre
Washington, DC

An Evening with The Piano Guys
December 13-16, 2017

If you’re a fan of YouTube sensations The Piano Guys, you’ll love having the opportunity to see them on stage at the National Theatre this winter. The zany music group will be in town for a holiday season residency and will be playing their takes on hits by One Direction as well as favorite Disney songs.

National Theatre
Washington, DC