DC Weekend Roundup: September 27-29 2013
Armin Van Buuren, Sebastian Ingrosso + Pete Tong, a reggae icon, an all-star hip hop festival and more wine that you could drink in a year

Friday, September 27

Sebastian Ingrosso with Pete Tong at Echostage

Sebastian Ingrosso, an accomplished DJ/producer and member of Swedish House Mafia, returns to DC to make his Echostage debut.  He will be joined by Pete Tong...who obviously needs no introduction. Doors 9PM.  No dress code. 18+.

Club Glow, 2135 Queens Chapel Rd NE, DC 20018

Jimmy Cliff at the Howard Theater

“I got one more shot at the goal/Straight from my soul/I’m in control,” sings Grammy winner and reggae legend Jimmy Cliff on his new album, Rebirth.  The music icon will appear at the Howard Theater for one night only, performing music from this latest record as well as all of the hits.  Doors 6PM, Show 9PM. 

Howard Theater, 620 T Street, NW, DC 20001

Saturday, September 28

Armin Van Buuren at Echostage 

EDM icon Armin Van Buuren takes the stage at Club Glow for a one night only performance promoting his new album, Intense.  He will be joined by special guest Jaz Von D.  It's Van Buuren.  It's Echostage.  It will be "intense."  Do you really need to know anything else?  Doors 9PM.  No dress code.  18+.

Club Glow, 2135 Queens Chapel Rd NE, DC 20018










Wine Riot hosted by Second Glass

Sample 250 wines in 4 hours on the DC stop of the national Second Glass "Wine Riot Tour."  Bring your friends, do some drinking and find out everything you've ever wanted to know about wine in a fun and non-intimidating setting.  1-5pm and 7-11pm.  21+.

The Spinx Club at Franklin Square, 1315 K St NW, DC 20005 ‎


Sunday, September 29

Rock The Bells - Day Two

Rock the Bells is an enormous annual music festival featuring live performances by top hip-hop artists and emerging rappers.  The lineup this Sunday includes Black Hippy, Girl Talk and A$AP Mob.  

Festival Grounds at RFK Stadium, 2400 East Capital St. NE, DC 20003.