No matter how you define 'aging hipster', chances are if you're on this group you're an avid music fan. Come out and support the next generation of music fans and make history by participating in the inauguration of DC's newest all-ages venue, 9th & Beats. Dave Mann, Sweat Tea Pumpkin Pie Music Festival founder, is helping promote the venue and offering guest passes for 20 people to the soft opening on Wednesday, December 12. Email him at [masked] with the subject line "9th & Beats soft opening guest" and include your name + a friend's, and mark your calendar. Getting on the guest list is on a first-come-first-served basis, so contact Dave soon. In the meantime, check out the fb page and see how preparations are coming along, http://www.facebook.com/9thandbeats
The evening's entertainment includes performances by The Sea Life, http://thesealife.bandcamp.com/, and Go Cozy, http://gocozy.bandcamp.com/. Thanks to Dave Man and 9th & Beats for this opportunity to get a seek preview of the venue and see two great acts for the price of none!
The public opening is the following night, Thu, 12/13, featuring local acts The Black Sparks and Ladel Fight:
Tickets for the opening night are $5 and available from Brown Paper Tickets, http://www.brownpapertickets.com/