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Sep
21
Fri
NEW: Flying Dutchman
Sep 21 all-day

Flying Dutchman • Dutch Pilsner

11.4 IBUs • 4.9% ALC / VOL

Crisp – Crisp – Sweet

In collaboration with our friends at Jasper Yeast company, we are excited to present a specialty Dutch Pilsner. Brewed with Dutch malts and traditional European brewing techniques we’ve crafted an exceptionally crisp, clean, and sweet Dutch favorite.

Glassware – Pint, $5 • 32 oz Growler / Crowler – $8 / $9 • 64 oz Crowler – $16

Sep
22
Sat
CALEB HACKER
Sep 22 @ 11:00 am – 2:30 pm
CALEB HACKER

Caleb Hacker is a singer/songwriter born and raised in northern Virginia. His sound is a mash up of pop and soul that he delivers in his own unique style.

THE NEW THIRTY
Sep 22 @ 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm
THE NEW THIRTY

The New Thirty is one of the hottest rock cover bands in the Washington, DC area, playing a high-energy mix of classic rock, alternative and pop music. They specialize in getting the crowd on their feet, dancing and singing along to all of the songs you love from the 70s through today!

KEETON
Sep 22 @ 7:00 pm – 10:30 pm
KEETON

Keeton has one description: Nineties & Alternative For The People. Hear them perform songs by Bush, Tonic, Pearl Jam, The Killers and more!

Sep
23
Sun
HEATHER RENEE
Sep 23 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm
HEATHER RENEE

Heather Renee is a prolific writer and performer. She performs weekly in venues throughout the DC metro area. To demonstrate her writing prowess, she wrote, recorded and released a song every week for an entire year in 2008. This endeavor led to several song placements in Independent Films and garnered interested from labels to sell her work to rising artists nationwide.

MOONSTONE
Sep 23 @ 4:30 pm – 8:30 pm
MOONSTONE

Moonstone is two friends who really love playing music. They’ve known each other for years and years, played in a few different bands… They are both currently in the band FIREKITE, and decided they wanted to add a new aspect to their live music.

Sep
25
Tue
SHARIF
Sep 25 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
SHARIF

Sharif – who is currently earning his Masters at the Berklee College of Music – has made quite a name for himself on the touring front, vacillating from playing intimate solo acoustic shows of his original material to belting out cover tunes (from Rihanna’s “Disturbia” to Maroon 5’s “Won’t Go Home Without You” to Beastie Boys “Girls”) at biker bars to playing one of his favorite genres of music, oldies, at retirement centers (because he wants to, not because he has to) to corporate gigs for Gap and Amstel Light to opening for the likes of Jason Mraz, Kenny Loggins, Rhett Miller, Rusted Root, and Blake Shelton.

“Music consumes me,” explains Sharif, who has approximately 2,000 shows around the world under his belt. “I just love playing music, teaching music, learning more about music, and doing whatever I can to get there.”

Sep
26
Wed
JIM STEELE
Sep 26 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
JIM STEELE

Jim Steele has been playing covers and originals locally for years and years…we guarantee you will have fun!

Sep
27
Thu
JAMES STEVENS
Sep 27 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
JAMES STEVENS

Enjoy hits from the 70’s to today!

Sep
28
Fri
JON CRESSWELL
Sep 28 @ 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm
JON CRESSWELL

Jon Cresswell is an indie pop singer-songwriter/ producer from Manassas, Virginia currently living in Los Angeles. This inspirational self-taught musician boasts catchy pop melodies, strong Hip-Hop/Pop style beats, and extraordinary instrumentation to achieve passion filled compositions.
“My music is about sharing my Joy… to reach out and touch someone’s heart with my music that leaves a lasting impression of love.”

His first official EP entitled “Gift Wrapped” will be available worldwide featuring his much anticipated single “For Myself”

OKTOBERFEST
Sep 28 @ 4:00 pm – 10:30 pm

Willkommen to our Beer Hall at The Great Hall!

Friday, September 28th: 4-10:30pm
Saturday, September 29th: 11am-10:30
1st annual Oktoberfest in The Great Hall at Farm Brew LIVE
Commemorative handcrafted Steins available: Pre-sale $20; day of $25
Authentic German food and German Music.
More information on our Oktoberfest page!
FOR THE WIN
Sep 28 @ 6:30 pm – 10:30 pm

For The Win is a party band from the Washington DC area playing a wide variety of Top 40, Pop, Rock, HipHop, etc for clubs, weddings, festivals, private events, corporate events, and everything in between. Fronted by the dynamic duo of Ryan Amato and Amanda Anderson, their electric stage energy, powerful vocals, and rapping skills never fail to impress and allow the band to play a wide range of material.

Sep
29
Sat
KARA & MATTY D DUO
Sep 29 @ 11:00 am – 2:30 pm
KARA & MATTY D DUO

Kara and Matty D bring the unique perspective of a married couple joining forces in an acoustic duo. Great songs from all eras, strong playing, fun chemistry and top-notch vocal harmonies.

OKTOBERFEST
Sep 29 @ 11:00 am – 10:30 pm

Willkommen to our Beer Hall at The Great Hall!

Saturday, September 29th: 11am-10:30
1st annual Oktoberfest in The Great Hall at Farm Brew LIVE
Commemorative handcrafted Steins available: Pre-sale $20; day of $25
Authentic German food and German Music.
More information on our Oktoberfest page.
HALF STEP DOWN – JAMMING FOR WOUNDED WARRIORS
Sep 29 @ 3:00 pm – 6:30 pm
HALF STEP DOWN - JAMMING FOR WOUNDED WARRIORS

Half Step Down is a Northern Virginia cover band that plays classic and modern material that has had earned a place in your favorites playlist. Sing-alongs, and party favorites is our wheelhouse!

JUNKFOOD
Sep 29 @ 7:00 pm – 10:30 pm

Do you remember when rock and roll was fun? JunkFood certainly does, serving up big, unapologetic rock tunes with loud guitars and sing-along hooks so huge you could hang a side of beef on them – just good-time, high-energy, well-played rock-and-roll.

Sep
30
Sun
SHANE HINES
Sep 30 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm
SHANE HINES

Shane tours nationally with Corey Smith and Pat McGee as well as independently. His solo acoustic show is all about powerful vocals paired with a rockin’ guitar and can fill rooms both large and small. The band is a full on party!

BRITTON JAMES
Sep 30 @ 4:30 pm – 8:30 pm
BRITTON JAMES

As a recent college graduate, Britton pursues his dreams of writing, playing, teaching, recording, and producing music. He continues to write songs on his guitar, he plays weekly in the Northern Virginia, DC, and Maryland area; he teaches at a music school for kids called Bach to Rock, he records music at his home studio as well as his great friend Andrew Dunbar’s home studio, and produces his music there as well. Britton writes about relationships with his loved ones, nature (especially the weather), and his hardships. He’s hoping to write songs that relate to many people and impact them in a positive way.

Oct
2
Tue
JULIA KASDORF
Oct 2 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
JULIA KASDORF

After years of performance being a bass sideman, and co-fronting popular Loudoun County, Virginia band, One Horse Town, Julia Kasdorf gives us her solo album, “Motel”. The 11 (8 original, 3 covers) acoustic guitar-driven songs show how deep and wide Julia’s musical experience has been. Solidly Americana, with gleams of Motown, “Motel” shows us what its like to grow up loving rock ‘n roll in a bluegrass household.

Recorded over the course of a year at studio in the woods, “Motel” pulls together everything that Julia loves about music – flat top guitar, driving rhythm, a little soul, and visceral songwriting. Julia produced her own album and invited local legends Jon Carroll, Lynn Kasdorf on pedal steel, Mike Ault, Buddy Dunlap, and Gary Ferguson to help bring her sound to the acetate. “Somethings didn’t quite work out, and I painted myself into a couple of corners. There were times when I absolutely didn’t know what to do and wished like heck I had a producer to tell me!” she acknowledges “but I picked the right musicians and “Motel” kicks *ss, just like I wanted it to.”

Julia feared that the weak point of the album might be her singing. With the help of Les “Nitty Gritty Dirt Band” Thompson, she got away from the kind of pushy delivery she’d developed playing live shows, and found a way to just let the words slip out like honey. Julia was surprised and gratified by the results, having unexpectedly discovered a new gentle subtlety in her voice. “I knew that in the process of making “Motel” I’d learn a lot about myself, about what I wanted to say, about how I wanted to say it. After all the music I’ve learned and absorbed over the years, I thought something pretty cool might happen.”

Oct
3
Wed
STEPHEN ASCONE
Oct 3 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
STEPHEN ASCONE

Originally from NY, Steve now lives and performs in the Washington, DC metro area. From cozy cafes to private parties in the Hamptons, his acoustic performances are loved by fans of all ages.