From an email:
“Fort Fairmont is proud to announce the 1st bi-annual Heart’s Collective – an aggregation of the best talent DC has to offer, in one big party space. We are bringing some of DC’s best local artists and performers to bear in a massive gathering, as both a welcoming of Spring and a tribute to all of the awesome work our creators have developed while in hibernation.
Local musical guests include yours truly, Fort Fairmont with a newly charged visual accompaniment to their genre-fusing deep house and trap style performances, as well as local party animal, Rex Riot, known for his packed H Street shenanigans and bass pumping sets. We also boast Sarah Myers, one of DJ’s finest deep house DJs – she has played along with the likes of Randall M, M.A.N.D.Y., and Steve Bug, as well as being a founder of the 5th year running “Life” party.
Local entertainment guru and producer Wayne Wright joins the lineup as DJ Wizdom, debuing a unique horn-centric EP that was just released a few months ago. DJ Tezrah also joins us with her ode to pop house and crowd-moving beats. Milk Chocolate City is providing one of their best DJ acts (Dromme) to open the party up, giving us a dose of chocolatey house goodness.
We’re bringing in some of DC’s finest local artists such as Quest, TRASH, and Enigma – all well known in their circles, with perspectives from Black Rock City all the way to the high rises of NYC. This is in addition to a carefully curated set of relatively unknown, but accomplished, creators that you will have to attend to find out what they have in store for us.
Heart’s Collective is $25 at the door, and offers an open bar from 10pm – 11:30pm for advance ticket holders. Music is set to go until 4am. See you there!”
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