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Friday, July 19, 2024

Celebrate DC at the Home Rule Music Festival

Celebrate the arts and DC’s history and culture at the second annual Home Rule Music Festival this summer. After a successful first show in June, part two of the festival is coming to NoMa at Alethia Tanner Park (227 Harry Thomas Way NE) on Saturday July 20.

The show will be produced by the Home Rule Music and Film Preservation Foundation. The organization is a non-profit arts and education organization focused on promoting and preserving DC-based music and film.

Jazz and GoGo music will fill the park with featured performances by The Experience Band and Show, Bella Donna DC, Soul of SEED and other local musicians. The event will also feature a record fair, mural painting, merchandise vendors, local food trucks, craft beverages and more for an afternoon of fun.

The concert is free, family-friendly and open to the public. Gates open at 12 p.m.

You can reserve tickets in advance here. VIP passes can be purchased for $75 and include exclusive access to the event. Visit homerulemusicfestival.com to purchase VIP tickets and learn more about the event.

Sarah Payne is a reporter for Capital Community News. She can be reached at sarahp@hillrag.com.

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