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Adams Morgan PorchFest Returns With 60+ Local Bands on Saturday, Oct. 2

Adams Morgan PorchFest returns on Saturday, Oct. 2 with more than 60 local bands! Nineteen porches, patios and stoops will become stages for the day, drawing music-lovers from around the region into the tree-lined streets and small businesses of Adams Morgan.

Attendees can pick up a music map and wristband at the event headquarters located at the corner of Columbia and Adams Mill Roads NW in BB&T Bank (now Truist) Plaza. Event wristbands are FREE and provide attendees with dozens of discounts at various Adams Morgan businesses.

After stopping by the headquarters, guests can stroll around the neighborhood for nonstop musical performances from 2-6 p.m., enjoy lunch, dinner or drinks at a neighborhood hangout, and shop for unique gifts at local boutiques.

There will be more than 70 performances throughout the afternoon, which include nearly every musical genre, including classic rock, funk, go-go, rap, reggae, blue grass, classical and pop. Each PorchFest location will host up to four 45-minute sets. The full lineup of performers is available at

So that we can best prepare for this safe and fun neighborhood event, your RSVP is requested but not required. Please RSVP here.

For performance locations, neighborhood discounts and more event details, visit Be sure to tag us on social media using #AdMoPorchFest and @admobid!

Adams Morgan PorchFest is hosted by the Adams Morgan Partnership BID and sponsored by our generous community partner, Gifted Curators. Other event partners include Cultural Tourism DC, Lars Etzkorn Law PLLC and Pipkin Creative

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