The 9:30 Club

Apr 15

Want to confess your love for an upcoming artist? Send your love letter to contests@930.com to enter to win tickets! 

Want to confess your love for an upcoming artist? Send your love letter to contests@930.com to enter to win tickets! 

Apr 14

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Apr 12

WE LOVE OUR PARTNERS: Washington Post PostPoints
Rewards programs are the best. Any way to win points and get free stuff, we’re pretty much down with (for further evidence, see our Friends With Benefits program!). That’s why we love PostPoints! PostPoints is the reader rewards program brought to you by The Washington Post. Earning Points is as easy as subscribing to the Post, reading articles, or shopping at a PostPoints Spot (like 9:30 Club and Merriweather Post Pavilion!). Redeeming Points is just as easy, done by browsing available rewards on your account. You can win things as small as gift-cards and as big as cruises! It just depends how much those Points are burning a hole in your pocket. You can even win tickets to your favorite 9:30 shows! For example, the annual PostPoints Treasure Hunt kicks off on April 14. Find the daily question in the PostPoints Daily Column, submit your answer, and for every correct answer earn a contest entry! You could win tickets to see Who’s Bad? The Ultimate Michael Jackson Tribute Band on June 14!
-Mandy Brownholtz
To learn more about PostPoints, click here.

WE LOVE OUR PARTNERS: Washington Post PostPoints

Rewards programs are the best. Any way to win points and get free stuff, we’re pretty much down with (for further evidence, see our Friends With Benefits program!). That’s why we love PostPoints! PostPoints is the reader rewards program brought to you by The Washington Post. Earning Points is as easy as subscribing to the Post, reading articles, or shopping at a PostPoints Spot (like 9:30 Club and Merriweather Post Pavilion!). Redeeming Points is just as easy, done by browsing available rewards on your account. You can win things as small as gift-cards and as big as cruises! It just depends how much those Points are burning a hole in your pocket. You can even win tickets to your favorite 9:30 shows! For example, the annual PostPoints Treasure Hunt kicks off on April 14. Find the daily question in the PostPoints Daily Column, submit your answer, and for every correct answer earn a contest entry! You could win tickets to see Who’s Bad? The Ultimate Michael Jackson Tribute Band on June 14!

-Mandy Brownholtz

To learn more about PostPoints, click here.

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Apr 11

SHOW PREVIEW: Fanfarlo

So what exactly is a Fanfarlo? While the band’s name was derived from 19th century French poet Charles Baudelaire’s novella “La Fanfarlo,” this indie pop five-piece from across the pond boasts tunes that are far from old and stuffy. Orchestral pop brilliance ensues when old tired instruments such as mandolins, cellos, and clarinets are beautifully blended with a rousing guitar and a touch of good old stompin’ and clappin.’ Formed in London circa 2006, Fanfarlo consists of main songwriter Simon Balthazar (a dude blessed with an awesome last name and killer vocals), Cathy Lucas, Leon Beckenham, Justin Finch, and Amos Memon. For fans of The Head and The Heart, Freelance Whales, and Broken Bells, Fanfarlo’s infectious folk-pop beats are sure to inspire. 2014 is set to be one hell of a year for the five-piece, with a brand new album: Let’s Go Extinct fresh on the shelves, and a hot spring tour underway. If you’re looking for a good time, be sure to check out Fanfarlo live at U Street Music Hall April 26.
-Kelsey Zepp
Fanfarlo will perform at U Street Music Hall on April 26.

SHOW PREVIEW: Fanfarlo

So what exactly is a Fanfarlo? While the band’s name was derived from 19th century French poet Charles Baudelaire’s novella “La Fanfarlo,” this indie pop five-piece from across the pond boasts tunes that are far from old and stuffy. Orchestral pop brilliance ensues when old tired instruments such as mandolins, cellos, and clarinets are beautifully blended with a rousing guitar and a touch of good old stompin’ and clappin.’ Formed in London circa 2006, Fanfarlo consists of main songwriter Simon Balthazar (a dude blessed with an awesome last name and killer vocals), Cathy Lucas, Leon Beckenham, Justin Finch, and Amos Memon. For fans of The Head and The Heart, Freelance Whales, and Broken Bells, Fanfarlo’s infectious folk-pop beats are sure to inspire. 2014 is set to be one hell of a year for the five-piece, with a brand new album: Let’s Go Extinct fresh on the shelves, and a hot spring tour underway. If you’re looking for a good time, be sure to check out Fanfarlo live at U Street Music Hall April 26.

-Kelsey Zepp

Fanfarlo will perform at U Street Music Hall on April 26.