All Shows at 9:30 Club, Lincoln Theatre, The Anthem Postponed Until April

Washington D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser declared a State of Emergency for the District over the spread of the Coronavirus and recommended "postponing or canceling non-essential mass gatherings of 1000 people or more."

I.M.P., who operates a number of music venues, has announced that all shows and events through April 1st have been postponed as a result.

They released a statement which reads:

While we wake up every day looking forward to welcoming fans into our venues, D.C.’s Mayor Bowser has just recommended that gatherings of 1,000 or more people be suspended until March 31. After tonight, to be cautious, we are postponing all I.M.P. events scheduled at the 9:30 Club, Lincoln Theatre and The Anthem, as well as shows 9:30 Club Presents at U Street Music Hall, regardless of the size of the gathering. Shows will begin again April 1.

Shows held tonight (March 11) will go on as planned, but refunds will be made available to those who choose not to attend. I.M.P. says they will soon reach out to patrons who have purchased tickets to shows for the remainder of March to communicate rescheduled dates, options to transfer tickets to another show, or receive a refund.

Some of the events effected include:

  • Brian Fallon & The Howling Weather at Lincoln Theatre on 3/13
  • Dashboard Confessional at 9:30 Club on 3/14, 3/15
  • Generosity at Lincoln Theatre on 3/14, 3/15
  • Nathaniel Rateliff at The Anthem on 3/14
  • Stugill Simpson at The Anthem on 3/15, 3/16
  • Whindersson Nunes at Lincoln Theatre on 3/16
  • Best Coast at 9:30 Club on 3/19
  • Letterkenny Live! at Lincoln Theatre on 3/20
  • Keane at The Anthem of 3/27
  • DC Brewer's Ball at The Anthem on 3/28
  • Soccer Mommy at 9:30 Club on 3/28
  • Third Eye Blind at 9:30 Club on 3/30

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