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Comet Ping Pong’s Spring Outdoor Music Series Selling Fast, Only Two Shows Not Sold Out Yet!


5037 Connecticut Ave, NW

From an email:

“Comet Ping Pong introduces our Spring Outdoor Music Series in our Parking Lot Pizza Garden!

Beginning May 26th and continuing into July, we will present a series of 7:00pm concerts in the Comet Ping Pong parking lot for a limited audience of pre-reserved, seated, dine-in guests. The Spring schedule features artists ranging from folk and bluegrass to indie rock and synth pop and each performance will feature a comedy opening act to be announced.

Tickets will be sold via our website – through Eventbrite – by purchasing a table which seats up to 2, 4 or 8 guests per table.

There will be a 2 drink minimum for all attendees, food and drinks will be available to purchase from Comet Ping Pong, Buck’s Fishing & Camping and Muchas Gracias.

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SCHEDULE

The first 4 shows have now sold out to 100 capacity. The first 5 comedian openers have also all been confirmed, see the schedule below!
The concerts will take place in the Comet Ping Pong parking lot for a limited audience of pre-reserved, seated, dine-in guests. Tickets are being sold via Eventbrite – by purchasing a table which seats up to 2, 4 or 8 guests per table. There will be a 2 drink minimum for all attendees, food and drinks will be available to purchase from Comet Ping Pong, Buck’s Fishing & Camping and Muchas Gracias.
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SCHEDULE

Wednesday, May 26th
SHANNON BIELSKI & MOONLIGHT DRIVE (MD bluegrass) w/ Caitlin McDevitt

*SOLD OUT*

Wednesday, June 2nd
THE OBSESSIVES (Philadelphia indie rock) w/ Kevin Tit
*SOLD OUT*

Wednesday, June 9th
THE NORTH COUNTRY (DC indie/folk) w/ Benjy Himmelfarb
*SOLD OUT*

Wednesday, June 16th
MYSTERY FRIENDS (DC indie/synth pop) w/ Jay Agbon
*SOLD OUT*

Wednesday, June 23rd
THE GOODBYE PARTY (Philadelphia indie rock) w/ Jenny Cavallero
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/154494524281

Wednesday, June 30th
THE SWEATER SET (DC folk) w/ TBA
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/154499910391

 

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