1506 North Capitol Street, NW via 7DrumCity
A reader reports:
“Just walked down north capitol and I see that 7 Drum City is moving into the space at 1506 North Capitol Street. Excited to see some activity on this side of the block. They are two
doors down from Uncle Chips.”
Their Facebook page says:
“To help the DC music scene thrive, help people live more balanced and fulfilling lives, and provide a clean, comfortable “third place” to learn, rehearse, and grow through music.”
Lots more info on their website:
“Welcome to North Capitol’s music studio
for drum lessons and rehearsal space!
Our motto: Increase the funk.”
Standby for their opening festival on Saturday:
7DrumCity has relocated to the North Capitol neighborhood, and we’re celebrating with an all-day extravaganza featuring the best in local music, art, film, and food. Join us at our brand new location for an inaugural North Cap block party unlike any other!
$20 adv | $25 door
Your festival pass redeems you:
+ 1 food and drink ticket (catered by The Pub & The People, Wicked Bloom DC, Uncle Chip’s Cookies and Big Bear Cafe)
+ all-day access to performances by 23 bands, art displays by 4 visual artists, and film screenings by 5 filmmakers, plus access to purchase their merchandise – see below for full list
+ a chance to jam on some drums – we’ll have a room where you can sign out time on our electronic kits to make some noise!
+ a donation to So Others Might Eat
+ Bands: The JoGo Project / Color Palette / The Split Seconds / allthebestkids / Burnt Seeds / Osiris Device / Ménage À Garage / Jackie and The Treehorns / Shining Blade Theory / Andrew Toy (Drummer) / Bottled Up / The Prahns / Cosmic Romp / Dope Francis / The Anti-Social Collective / Fellowcraft / The Meer / Delta Creeps / District Sky Punch / Josie McQueen / Trajectories / Rex / The Long Knives
+ Art: Kim Sandara / Kri Van Sloun / Deborah Lash / Katie Hartley
+ Film: Lauren Knapp / Katarina Smith / Raquel Zaldivar / Cristina O’Connell / Tia Bell
+ Food: The Pub & The People / Wicked Bloom DC / Uncle Chip’s Cookies / Big Bear Cafe”