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    A Capitol Fourth. Join Tom Bergeron, two-time Emmy Award-winning TV personality, as he hosts the annual Fourth of July concert. Enjoy performances from the National Symphony Orchestra and some of the country’s best-known musical artists, and finish the night off with a fireworks display. Located on the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol. July 4, 8-9:30 p.m., National Mall, between Constitution and Independence avenues, Washington, D.C., (202) 485-9880,
  • Maryland Fais Do Do: The Bruce Daigrepont Cajun Band at the Greenbelt American Legion Hall, May 28

    On almost every Sunday for the past 25 years, the Bruce Daigrepont Cajun Band has played for the afternoon Fais Do Do dance at Tipitina's in Uptown New Orleans. In a club named after Professor Longhair (and featuring his bust in the foyer), in a club...

    American Celebration at Mount Vernon, Dundalk fourth of July Parade, Maryland Symphony Orchestra Salute To Independence, and more

    Alexandria Fireworks. 4-10 p.m. July 13, Oronoco Bay Park, Union and Madison streets, Alexandria, (703) 746-3301, The city of Alexandria celebrates the nation's and its own birthday every year with children's activities, a performance by the...

    Jacob Panic, Slow Jerks, Lost Tribe, and more

    WEDNESDAY: Banjo-playing local singer-songwriter Jacob Panic performs at Joe Squared. The Windup Space features an eclectic bill including LAZERBITCH, AbRock, Adam Selene, and Jonny October. The Fish Head Cantina holds an acoustic open mic. THURSDAY:...

    DIY spaces are exploding, but Baltimore still has a venue black hole

    The great Live Entertainment Bill crisis of 2009 seems largely forgotten now—a couple of months of hysteria, public meetings, frequent misunderstandings, and, finally, quiet. A neutered bill minus licensing requirements that many considered...