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 8145 Washington Blvd , Jessup, MD, US, 20794

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Widespread Panic
Warner TheatreApril 21, 2015 8:00 PM
513 13th Street Northwest
Washington, DC 20004
With a reputation as one of the most powerful and talented jam bands on the touring circuit, Widespread Panic has no doubt accomplished what it set out to do when it formed in 1986 in Athens, Georgia. But the road constantly beckons these musical war birds to do what they do best--play live and create heady, instrumental jams. The band's shows, chock full of extended improvisational solos and giant Southern rock riffs, are stuff of folklore and are responsible for legions of fans following the band around the country.
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In The Library: The Robert L. Feller and Ruth M. Johnston Feller Collection
National Gallery of ArtApril 21, 2015 10:00 AM
700 Constitution Avenue Northwest
Washington, DC 20565
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Civic Pride: Group Portraits From Amsterdam
National Gallery of ArtApril 21, 2015 10:00 AM
700 Constitution Avenue Northwest
Washington, DC 20565
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From The Library: Florentine Publishing In The Renaissance
National Gallery of ArtApril 21, 2015 10:00 AM
700 Constitution Avenue Northwest
Washington, DC 20565
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Martha Davis & The Motels
The HamiltonApril 21, 2015 7:30 PM
600 14th Street
Washington DC, DC 20005
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Dame Edna's Glorious Goodbye - The Farewell Tour
National TheatreApril 21, 2015 7:30 PM
1321 Pennsylvania Avenue, Northwest
Washington, DC 20004
Barry Humphries is an Australian dadaist artist who is best-known for his character Dame Edna Everage. Recognizable for her lilac-colored hair and ornate cat eye glasses, Dame Edna made her first appearance in 1956, debuting as a Melbourne-based housewife who satirized suburban life. As Humphries developed the character with more outlandish appearances and behavior, she began developing a cult-like following, particularly around London, before making her way to television. Now a vessel for criticizing celebrity obsession and classism, Dame Edna has earned an international following with her sharp and witty brand of humor.
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