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About: 9:30 Club & I.M.P. Media Content Manager, American University alum, and obsessive concert-goer.

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I went to 12 shows in a row.

It’s a personal record. And I’m slightly exhausted. But it was amazing.

September 8 - Ryan Adams @ 9:30 Club

September 9 - Willie Nelson @ 9:30 Club

September 10 - Chet Faker @ Ottobar

September 11 - Against Me! @ 9:30 Club

September 12 - Miguel @ 9:30 Club

September 13 - Paperhaus, Brnda, and The Sea Life @ Comet Ping Pong

September 14 - Jack White @ Merriweather Post Pavilion

September 15 - Ty Segall @ 9:30 Club

September 16 - Sam Smith @ Echostage

September 17 - Paolo Nutini @ Lincoln Theatre

September 18 - Lizzo @ 9:30 Club

September 19 - Yacht @ Black Cat

I tried to rally yesterday to see Future Islands in Baltimore at Hampdenfest, but I was just too tired. I might see Shovels & Rope tonight at the Club. And I’m definitely seeing MØ tomorrow. So it could’ve been 15 shows in a row. Ah well. Too much great live music, y’all.

To the man who jumpstarted my obsession with music and in many ways laid the groundwork for who and where I am today. #cheesy #butsotrue (at Lincoln Theatre)

To the man who jumpstarted my obsession with music and in many ways laid the groundwork for who and where I am today. #cheesy #butsotrue (at Lincoln Theatre)

Seeing my husband tonight.

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930club:

CONTEST: Signed Copy of MØ’s No Mythologies to Follow
If you haven’t yet heard MØ’s No Mythologies to Follow, what are you waiting for?! The Danish singer-songwriter’s debut album is a twenty-song amalgamation of electronica, indie pop, and soul that keeps spirits high and smiles wide. As we found out at the energetic songstresses’ U Street Music Hall show earlier this year, songs like “Walk This Way” and “Don’t Wanna Dance” are even dancier live, which we didn’t think was possible!
Needless to say, we’re pumped to dance with MØ again this Monday at the Club and want to see you there! For your chance to win a pair of tickets to the show and this beautiful, signed copy of No Mythologies to Follow (the cover of which features MØ blowing a bubblegum bubble), do one of the following: 
Post an Instagram selfie of yourself blowing the biggest bubblegum bubble possible. Be sure to tag us (@930Club) and hashtag #MØ930.
Send a selfie of yourself blowing the biggest bubblegum bubble possible to contests@930.com.
Submit your entry by 6 pm on Friday, September 19 for your chance to dance! Get to blowin’ them bubbles!

@DC friends.

930club:

CONTEST: Signed Copy of MØ’s No Mythologies to Follow

If you haven’t yet heard MØ’s No Mythologies to Follow, what are you waiting for?! The Danish singer-songwriter’s debut album is a twenty-song amalgamation of electronica, indie pop, and soul that keeps spirits high and smiles wide. As we found out at the energetic songstresses’ U Street Music Hall show earlier this year, songs like “Walk This Way” and “Don’t Wanna Dance” are even dancier live, which we didn’t think was possible!

Needless to say, we’re pumped to dance with MØ again this Monday at the Club and want to see you there! For your chance to win a pair of tickets to the show and this beautiful, signed copy of No Mythologies to Follow (the cover of which features MØ blowing a bubblegum bubble), do one of the following

  • Post an Instagram selfie of yourself blowing the biggest bubblegum bubble possible. Be sure to tag us (@930Club) and hashtag #MØ930.

  • Send a selfie of yourself blowing the biggest bubblegum bubble possible to contests@930.com.

Submit your entry by 6 pm on Friday, September 19 for your chance to dance! Get to blowin’ them bubbles!

@DC friends.

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Cuties.

Cuties.

wilco:

"It’s the rare chance to follow one of rock’s thinkers as he goes off wandering without a map or a professional care about the results — crucially, without his mind getting in the way."Hear Tweedy’s Sukierae album in its entirety: smarturl.it/TweedyFirstListenOrder on iTunes now: smarturl.it/sukierae

wilco:

"It’s the rare chance to follow one of rock’s thinkers as he goes off wandering without a map or a professional care about the results — crucially, without his mind getting in the way."

Hear Tweedy’s Sukierae album in its entiretysmarturl.it/TweedyFirstListen

Order on iTunes now: smarturl.it/sukierae

Too good.

*Tina Belcher groan*

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