The Set List with DC Music Live: September 15-28, 2021
The music scene in and around Capitol Hill just gets better and better. In this edition of the Set List, you’ll find news about a newcomer to the neighborhood, music returning to an old favorite and the Live on the Hill series at the recently remodeled Eastern Market Metro Plaza.
Songbyrd moves East to Union Market
Songbyrd Music House has a new home in the Union Market District, opening their (garage) doors this past weekend. “Songbyrd couldn’t be more excited to relocate to the Union Market District!,” they told us over IG when we reached out for a comment. “We’ll be giving folks the food and music experience they expect but now in a brand new ground floor space with 18” ceilings and amazing acoustics!”
There is a big lineup this coming weekend with 4 shows on the calendar starting tomorrow with Caveman. And if that’s not enough, Songbyrd has a lot more in store with an “amazing lineup of up-and-coming national and local acts in a wide array of genres!”
Our beloved Hill Center is now putting on concerts again having kicked off their American Roots Series this past weekend. All shows are outdoors and free, but require a ticket, so grab one now and check out the schedule in the DC Music Live app.
Live on the Hill Concert Series at Eastern Market
If you weren’t able to catch the first two weeks of The Live on the Hill concert series at the Eastern Market Metro Plaza, you missed out on some great performances. The good news is that you still have a chance to hear some great Jazz on Friday evenings at 5 p.m. and performances for the kids on Saturday mornings at 10 a.m. through the end of the month.
Over 300 parents and children gathered at Eastern Market metro plaza on Saturday morning to enjoy the bilingual musical stylings of Latin Grammy-winning music duo 123 Andrés.
On the Hill
Union Market District
Off the Hill
About the Set List
The Set List is written by NG (Naomi-Grace) Panlaqui, one half of the developer couple behind DC Music Live, where you can find aggregated music shows happening near you by neighborhood, venue, or metro line. We’re partnering with The Hill Is Home to provide upcoming shows on and off the Hill, show reviews, and more.
Supporting and promoting the venues and artists that bring us live music in our beloved city has become of great importance, especially as we emerge from the pandemic. If you attend a show, take a picture and give us a shout! #DCMusicLive