Looking to chill out with some great live music? Look no further! RLAH’s relator Winnie Kelly Holbrooke has just places for you.
The Barns at Wolf Trap is a popular night spot for DC area music lovers. At 382 seats, it allows audiences to experience top-notch artists in an intimate setting. The venue is owned and operated by the Wolf Trap Foundation, which is committed to creating an artistic lineup as diverse and discerning as the audiences that attend year round. You’ll find more than 80 performances annually between October and May, everything from jazz greats to chamber musicians to legendary folk singers. For more information click here
High quality arts programming, designed for audiences of many tastes, served with the hospitality and warmth of a family enterprise, are the hallmarks of Strathmore. Seasonal outdoor events seek to be inclusive in their programming appeal, reaching out to people of all ages, interests, and cultural heritage. For more information click here
DAR Constitution Hall, Washington DC’s largest Concert Hall, welcomes over half a million patrons each year. The Hall opened in 1929, and was designed to house the annual DAR convention. DAR Constitution Hall was designated a National Historic Landmark Building in 1985. For more information click here
“Now THIS is a jazz club.” – Dizzy Gillespie
Boasted as the nation’s finest supper club, this Georgetown institution is modeled after the jazz supper clubs of the 1920s and ’30s. Check out their gift shop to purchase shirts, hats, lapel pins, and gift certificates! For more information click here
Bethesda Blues & Jazz is a small concert hall serving excellent food and drink. It features 300 seats for dinner and 200 additional performance seats, which are made available when the dinner seats are sold out. You’ll be able to see your favorite artists in an intimate, elegant, and acoustically superb setting. Bethesda Blues & Jazz also boasts a beautiful new 40 ft. bar and lounge area. For more information click here