Hailing from Washington, DC, Broke Royals have emerged with an arena-ready, sing-along sound that’s resonated across the music industry. The band, comprising a tight-knit group of musicians, have a track record of three gripping albums, each echoing their gift for creating emotionally rich and hook-laden tunes or, as The Washington Post called it, “pristine pop-rock.” Their last album, “Local Support,” was released via Byrdland Records in 2022. It was produced by Bartees Strange.

Their latest endeavor, the EP “Big Dream,” serves as both a sonic delight and a deep dive into the complexities of ambition in today’s fast-paced world. The title track unveils the illusions and realities of chasing dreams, and in contrast, the single “No Time For Love” offers a personal anecdote about the earliest days of Philip and Rebecca Basnight’s relationship.

Broke Royals’ recognition is not just limited to their recordings. They’ve been spotlighted on NIVA’s “The Live List” in February 2023, and their artistry has received commendations from heavyweights like Billboard and CBS. As they navigate the evolving terrains of rock, they continue to be a testament to profound storytelling blended with compelling musicality.

Milo in the Doldrums merges 90’s nostalgia with the zeitgeist of modern indie rock. With a collection of EPs to their name, they’re now gearing up for a debut album, in collaboration with the renowned Ben Green.
What do a goth kid, an indie rocker, a vinyl addict, and a Beatlemaniac have in common? Apparently, a lot of Wayne’s World jokes.
Dear Daria writes storyteller songs about angst, love, social commentary, mental health and depression, and a longing for the world to be the kind of safe and accepting place we all wished we lived in. The band’s spirit is informed by a post-modern mosaic of cultural references. Musically, Dear Daria is a brightly-colored swirl of power pop, indie rock, alt-rock, and pop punk. Frontwoman Maryjo Mattea says “it’s like if Lennon and McCartney grew up in the 90s”. Composed of long-time DC music mainstays Maryjo Mattea, Joshua Hunter, Eamonn Donnelly, and Dan ABH, Dear Daria has been favorably compared to Paramore, Rilo Kiley, and The Donnas.

Additional Details

Age Restrictions - All Ages

Supporting Acts - Milo In The Doldrums and Dear Daria

Door Time - 07:00 PM

Show Time - 08:00 PM


Date And Time

2024-01-27 @ 07:00 PM to
2024-01-27 @ 11:00 PM

Door Time: 07:00 pm

Show Time: 08:00 pm



540 Penn St NE Washington DC 20002

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