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Gypsy Sally's Celebrates Grateful Dead

June 29, 2015

July 3rd and July 4th Gyspy Sally's is offering a fun and unique way to spend the 4th of July weekend! Rock & roll fans and those who would like to avoid the crowds on the Mall will enjoy the official simulcast of Fare Thee Well: Celebrating 50 years of The Grateful Dead with a live video cable broadcast of the Soldier Field shows in Chicago. They will offer drink specials and a great spot to catch the fireworks on the waterfront or the Key Bridge on the 4th. 

To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Grateful Dead, Mickey Hart, Bill Kreutzmann, Phil Lesh, and Bob Weir will reunite at Chicago’s Soldier Field, nearly 20 years to the day from the last Grateful Dead concert, which took place at the same venue. 

On July 3rd, we will offer a special appearance by DC's own Grateful Dead tribute band, Beggars Tomb who will recreate accurate renditions of classic Grateful Dead tunes. Beggars Tomb will play before the simulcast, starting at 5:30pm. The performance is included in the ticket price. 

On July 4th, Washington's fireworks display can be seen from the Georgetown waterfront and the Key Bridge. They are located on the Potomac, just next to the bridge. Guests can easily step outside to catch the fireworks and then come back to finish the simulcast. 


Dates:             Friday, July 3rd and SaturdayJuly 4th 

Venue:            Gypsy Sally's
Address:         3401 K Street NW                                          

                       Washington, DC
Phone:            202.333.7700     

Showtime:      July 3rd: Show 8:00pm, Doors 5:00pm

                       July 4th: Show 8:00pm, Doors 7:00pm

Ticket price:   ADV $15/ DOS $19

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Jean Carne Celebrates 40 Years at Blues Alley

June 25, 2015

Performing live at Blues Alley for four nights beginning Thursday, July 9, 2015 is soul legend, Jean Carne.

Carne was often praised for being one of the first Afro-American women to control her musical stylings and not be controlled by the industry moguls. Jean performed with Duke Ellington, the last vocalist to do so before his death. She then teamed up with Norman Connors for four highly regarded sets, contributed 'Reach For it' to George Duke's Gold album and sang lead vocals on the first two albums by Earth, Wind And Fire.

The four albums she recorded for Philadelphia International are considered her finest and introduced Jean to pop and R & B audiences for the first time.

$25.00 (Soul Legend)
Thursday 7/09
8:00 pm
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Friday 7/10
8:00 pm
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Saturday 7/11
8:00 pm
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Sunday 7/12
8:00 pm
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Blues Alley is located at 1073 Wisconsin Avenue in Georgetown.

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Dumbarton House Hosts Georgetown Public Safety Meeting June 25th

June 22, 2015

There will be a public safety meeting at Dumbarton House on June 25th starting at 7:00 pm.

This is an opportunity to address recent crimes and neighborhood safety concerns with Dr. Monica Roaché, ANC Commissioner 2E07, members of local Police, ANC 2E Commissioners, Citizens Association of Georgetown (CAG) Public Safety Program, CAG Guards and Georgetown Business Association (GBA.

Due to heightened interest in security cameras for homes a representative from M.C. Dean Inc. will offer advice on options available.

The Dumbarton House has graciously offered to host the meeting with sponsorship from the CAG, the GBA, and ANC2E. 

Questions can be addressed  to

Dumbarton Hous eis located at 2715 Q Street in Georgetown.

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