7 Places to See Live Music
Make the most of the warm weather while it lasts and catch these live, socially distanced shows.
Patrick Crump’s restaurant and music venue is keeping the music alive and showcasing local bands, while offering three different viewing options to suit your comfort level. You can rock out live with a view of the stage (mask up), listen from the outdoor patio, or stream the live shows from home. Featured artists this month include Kara & Matty D, Cherry Crush, Billy T. Wilde Duo and Tunnels End. See website for the full lineup of upcoming shows. Donation links are posted during livestreamed performances with all contributions going directly to the musicians. //3100 Clarendon Blvd., Arlington
Grab a picnic table outside Michael Paluzzi’s Little City watering hole to hear live tunes from rock-blues leaning Rock Creek Band (Sept. 18) and more. Some of the Saturday gigs also feature freshly shucked oysters (raw or grilled) from Arielle Oyster Co. // 442 S. Washington Street, Falls Church
State Theater continues to host free outdoor concerts through the fall in its adjacent lot. This month’s lineup includes 19th Street Band (Sept. 17), Robbin Kapsalis and Vintage #18 (Sept. 20), Juliana Macdowell and the Agreeables (Sept. 24), Higher Numbers (Sept. 25), Billy Price Charm City Rhythm Band (Sept. 26), and New Orleans-themed The Beat Hotel (Sept. 27). Donations to performers’ tip jars are encouraged. //220 N. Washington St., Falls Church City