The concert consisted of both live performances — held in Dekelboum Concert Hall in The Clarice Smith Performing Arts Center — and prerecorded videos.
More heat and hype was added to an already steamy room.
There were live performances, an interactive art installation and most importantly, cake.
Singer-songwriter Chloe Lilac is slated to open the show.
The bedroom pop pioneer has the voice of an angel.
His passion for his craft shone through every note he performed in D.C. last Thursday.
Deb Never to open the show following the release of her debut EP ‘House on Wheels.’
Don’t miss out on the wide variety of live shows.