Carter Barron is home of one of DC’s favorite summer events showcasing local musical talent. This Friday, June 29, 7:30 pm, The Washington Post Going Out Guide will host Boogie-Blues Night. Doors open at 7:00 pm and seating is first-come, first-served, and there are no rain dates. The remaining concerts will feature:
June 29: Boogie-Blues Night, featuring the Daryl Davis Band and the Grandsons
July 13: Neo-Soul Night, featuring Yahzarah, Deborah Bond and Tamika “Love” Jones
For more information, call The Post at 202-334-6808 or the Carter Barron concert line, for updated information on weather –related cancellations, 202-426-0486. For a complete listings of events, please visit Carter Barron.
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