May 11 @ 11:00 am – 2:30 pm

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.

May 11 @ 3:00 pm – 6:30 pm

Hail Up! And Fasten your seatbelts. Prepare for an electrifying journey to the Caribbean. I&I Riddim is Washington DC’s THREE TIME award winning reggae band! The name captures the spirit of this band’s music: “riddim” is reggae’s irresistible upbeat dance rhythm, and “I&I” expresses Bob Marley’s “One Love” equality for all people. I&I Riddim thrills audiences with an arsenal of your favorite reggae standards, the best modern reggae, and a few reggae-style pop-rock and calypso/soca tunes. I&I Riddim is known for its exciting performance style and has shared the stage with some of the reggae greats including Bunny Wailer and Junior Marvin both from Bob Marley’s Wailers. This band is well-equipped to transform any stage into a true Caribbean party experience! The band features the energetic vocal stylings of Nickoli Andrews and an array of talented and electrifying musicians. SO hold on because — HERE COMES I&I Riddim!!!!!

May 11 @ 7:00 pm – 10:30 pm

DC pop | folk | rock
Medleys and mashups of top 40, rock, 90s, oldies, country

Original music featuring playful harmonies and fiddle atop punk-inspired rhythms.

May 12 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Rock Creek Kings blend the grit and drive of indie rock with sweet folk harmonies and a pop sensibility. Having already rocked some of the best stages in the North Atlantic region, including NYC’s Rockwood Music Hall, DC’s Black Cat, and Burlington’s Radio Bean, Rock Creek Kings are quickly rising on the east coast.

May 12 @ 4:30 pm – 8:30 pm

Hall Vote is a singer songwriter out of Centreville, Virginia. He has developed a solo acoustic act where one might hear their favorite tune from the 60’s ,70s or 80s, but current hits are a must. Whatever the event or room, Hall can reproduce many of the songs that you may or may not expect to hear that night. His experience allows a professional performance to happen each time!

May 14 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

The Charles Parker Band is made up of veteran musicians from the Baltimore area. Covering Classic and Modern Rock, CPB has been entertaining fans up and down the east coast for over a decade. Look no further, you have found the best Baltimore Band for your next event, party, wedding, reunion or festive occasion.
The Charles Parker Band has many faces including a Beatles Tribute Band, blast in to the past, to rock with That 80’s Band, dream of the beach, sand and sun while you listen to the Beach Bumz or put your heavy metal face on, as you rock with Cold Gin, the ultimate Kiss Tribute Band.

May 15 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

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Vocalist and Guitarist John Schreiner leads the band Schreiner, a rock/blues/acoustic act from the Washington DC metro area. Schreiner is capable of performing covers & original songs as a trio/duo/solo act up to 5hrs in length. Schreiner formed in 2018 and has performed over 200 shows in and around the DMV region to include Mastros DC, Jammin Java, Ivy City Smokehouse, Sollys DC, Crafthouse, Wort Hog Brewery, and numerous other venues.

May 16 all-day

Battlefield Lager • American Light Lager

12.3 IBUs, 2.1 SRM • 3.6% ALC / VOL

This sessionable and unfiltered American Light Lager is a clean, light, crisp, and refreshing example of the style- perfect for long summer days! Best Enjoyed Fresh!

May 16 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Cathy is a DC-based singer-songwriter who has been singing from a young age and performing regularly around the DMV for almost 10 years. She is a multi-instrumentalist, playing guitar primarily, but also piano and percussion.

She sings with local 80s favorites, The Legwarmers, and also fronts the high-energy, 6-piece ska band, Party Like It’s. She has her own original music project and will be releasing her first album in 2018.

She has played numerous venues, theaters, festivals, and sporting events, including a Japan tour in 2015.

An avid advocate for the DC music scene, Cathy started a nonprofit in 2017 called ProjectHERA. Its mission is to support, connect and empower women and girls in the music industry. Each year, she hosts the HERA music festival, a female-fueled, all ages, celebration of women in music.

She also works as a booking agent for bands and solo artists in and around DC.

May 17 @ 2:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Phil Rossi has had the pleasure of performing throughout the Washington DC Metro area for the last 16 years at Jammin Java, the Black Cat, IOTA, Parallel Wine Bistro, DNV Rooftop Lounge, 868 Estates Vineyards, Hidden Brook Winery, Fabioli Cellars, 1836 Taproom, Ragtime Restaurant, the Ashburn Pub, Monks BBQ, 930 Club Back Bar, Battlestreet Live, and Whitlow’s on Wilson to name just a few. He performs solo acoustic (your favorite music from the 60s through today, featuring loops, percussion, and tasty grooves) as well as some DJ/Electronica/fun noises.

He writes, records, produces, and subsequently performs a lot of different flavors. He blames an eclectic musical background growing up, from Otis Redding, to the Doors, to Bauhaus, Erasure, Bowie, Nine Inch Nails, Tom Waits and everything in between. He has played acoustic for years, solo and in groups

May 17 @ 6:30 pm – 10:30 pm

Few local performers will promise, much less deliver, a night of rock, blues, soul, country, and rhythm & blues, and have all of it keep you on the dance floor from the minute you walk into the club. But when Johnny Artis sings -no matter what he sings – you can’t sit still! Not only is he gifted with a precious voice which has yet to encounter a note it can’t hit, he also has a knack for reading his audience, and choosing from his limitless repertoire the songs that’ll keep everyone dancing and dancing. Keeping the dance-fest going, in fact, appears to be his top priority, and Johnny Artis takes big chances to see that his audience is entertained.

May 18 @ 11:00 am – 2:30 pm

David performs regularly along the mid-Atlantic region of the US. With his addictive melodies, a soulful vocal style and an off-the-beaten-path kind of pop-sensibility, Smith is steadily becoming a well-known performer on the East Coast. He has shared the stage with a variety of well-known acts and has been a featured act for the Washington Redskins, Washington Nationals and the Citi Open.

May 18 @ 3:00 pm – 6:30 pm

Rock…everything from Amy Winehouse to Led Zeppelin!!

May 18 @ 7:00 pm – 10:30 pm

With 3 decades of musical talent, VT & THE CREW is a multi-talented, high-energy, five-piece band with a fusion of soul, funk, R&B, Jazz, Rock, Blues & Pop. Based in the DC, MD, VA area, the band is available for all occasions – weddings, birthdays, cookouts, corporate events and more.

May 19 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm

Spencer Joyce is an Annapolis, MD based Indie Rock Singer/Songwriter/Guitarist with origins in both North Carolina and Northern Virginia. Spencer combines the singer/songwriter sensibilities of Ed Sheeran with the beautiful weirdness of Coldplay, the punk edge of Green Day, and the hot licks of John Mayer to create a unique sound to lift his tell-it-like-it-is lyrics up.

May 19 @ 4:30 pm – 8:30 pm

An archaeologist by day, Joe brings a skilled energy to the Alternative and Neo-folk music scene by night. He takes inspiration from a mix of artists like Soundgarden, Pearl Jam, Tom Petty, Muddy Waters, Jon Foreman, and Needtobreathe, just to name a few.

Joe got his start in Silvertongue, a hard rock band best known for winning Washington D.C.’s “Next Big Thing” Battle of the Bands in 2010. He’s since channeled his energy and passion into being a solo acoustic artist and contributing member of Signal Hill Band.

Along with performing original songs, Joe covers artists ranging from the Lumineers to Goo Goo Dolls to the Zac Brown Band. He is local to Northern VA.

May 21 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

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.”

May 22 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

John Luskey, a Southern Maryland native, grew up listening to his family’s extensive record collection. By the age of 13, he had learned enough guitar to join his first band and write his first song. His first show was only in front of a handful of people. By the time he was 18, he had made a name for himself in Southern Maryland and the surrounding areas.
After playing music for over 20 years, John finally found two guys that shared his passion for performing live music; Jack Bannister (Bass) and Dwayne Taylor (Drums). Their straight-ahead, good-time music has become a staple in the DC, MD, and VA music scene and the trio has performed with Kenny Chesney, Brooks-n-Dunn, Rascal Flatts, and Toby Keith, just to name a few. And John and his band were the first unsigned band to ever play WMZQ Fest.

He has received awards from the John Lennon Songwriting Contest for “Honky Tonk Rhythm” and from Billboard Magazine for “When She Cries” and “King Of The World”.

May 23 all-day

Planet Druidia Galaxy IPA • American IPA

56 IBUs • 8.1% ALC / VOL

From a galaxy very, very, very, very, far away we bring you a double dry hopped American IPA bursting with Galaxy, Vic Secret, and Southern Cross hops. These hop varieties are best known for their bold citrus flavors, high alpha acids, and subtle resin characteristics. Quantities are very limited! While supplies last!

May 23 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm

Alex The Red Parez aka El Rojo has been bringing acoustic rock and old-time country to the Washington DC Metro Area since 2006. Whether performing original music or classic material, Alex’s voice is “reminiscent of Johnny Cash, though often sung with Jello Biafra’s inflection” (Matthew Stabley, and “sounds like Nick Cave reinterpreting the early songbook of Bill Callahan” (The Big Easy – “El Rojo” to his friends, Parez takes inspiration from epic troubadours Johnny Cash, Bruce Springsteen, Tom Petty and local balladeer John Bustine amongst various other artists. In trio mode, Alex is flanked by accomplished harmonica sideman Terry Boes and prolific bassist Derek Evry who is also a fantastic songwriter, singer, guitarist and band leader. Alex has also performed with several other local musicians for various tribute shows.