1333 H St. NE, Washington, DC
The Library of Congress has an amazing amount of free concerts for which tickets are being distributed this week. Go here for a complete listing. They are mostly classical but all very interesting. And their venue is very cool.
The concert we are going to is called LIBRARY LATE - Lansiné Kouyaté and David Neerman - and takes place at the Atlas Theater. An international pairing of two extraordinary players: an undisputed master of the Malian balafon and a French vibraphonist who inhabit a unique crossroads of sound and skill. This looks awesome.
Free tickets for this were just made available ($2 service charge) at this link. They will "sell out" - that is why I am listing this early. It is part of the magnificent Intersections Festival that Atlas is having next month. Check out the homepage here. Please only secure tickets to the music show if you are pretty sure that you will go.
Hopefully, we will go to other Intersections events - they do a great job! For this event, we will most likely go to the Asian restaurant across the street before the show. Again, here's the link for tickets.
Refunds are not offered for this Meetup.