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Art Soiree’s 4th Annual Winter Wonderland this Friday

Photo courtesy MoKi Media

From an email:

“This Friday, December 6, DC’s largest concert venue Echostage (2135 Queens Chapel Rd. NE, DC will host Art Soiree’s 4th Annual Winter Wonderland event for the first time ever. The unique theatrical art show pushes the boundaries between performance piece, dance party and art extravaganza. The visual and musical journey will feature over 20 local visionaries, ranging from DJs to saxophonists and opera singers to body artists. The area’s newest music space will transform into a snow-topped forest with twinkling lights and fairy-tale ice creatures. General admission tickets for the 21+ fete are $20. VIP tables and bottle service are available upon request. To reserve a table, call 202.503.2330. Tickets for the event are available at

Echostage is the region’s largest standing room concert venue. The 30,000 plus sq. ft. space, equipped with top tier sound design and advanced LED visual displays, provides an atmosphere unmatched in the tri-state area. Opened only a year, the massive venue has already attracted the biggest names in the music industry, from David Guetta to Calvin Harris and Avicii to Tiesto.

About Echostage:
Echostage is located at 2135 Queens Chapel Rd NE, Washington, DC 20018. For tables and general info, please call: 202.503.2330.”

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Photo courtesy MoKi Media

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