All Things Go Music Festival is on October 16th: Tickets
All Things Go is bringing back their beloved festival this October, and it’s going to be a day to remember. Here are five reasons to attend All Things Go Music Festival 2021:
1. Diverse lineup
All Things Go has long delivered some of the DC area’s most diverse and forward-thinking lineups, and nearly two years since their last event, you know they’re returning with one we won’t soon forget. Leading the pack once again with a female-driven top line, headliners include sister power trio HAIM, the incomparable St. Vincent, and visionary Charli XCX. Of course, the party won’t stop there. With girl in red, Del Water Gap, Soccer Mommy, Tkay Maidza, Tai Verdes, Jelani Aryeh, Isaac Dunbar, and more, set to perform at Maryland’s stunning Merriweather Post Pavilion. Tickets are available here.
2. New Location, New Vibes
Known for curating unforgettable experiences, this year’s festival will be one for the books as ATG takes over the newly renovated Merriweather Post Pavilion for the first time. Merriweather’s new venue offers premium views of their iconic main stage, elevated suites, and all of the lawn and pavilion seating we’ve always loved. This year, the festival will also host the Chrysalis Stage, nestled in the woods, and promising sets from Cautious Clay, Blu DeTiger, Role Model, Gus Dapperton, LAUV, and of course, headliner Charli XCX. A future pop experience in the forest? Count us in. See more about the ATG experience.
3. A Day To Remember
As if a music-filled Saturday, and new memories to rehash over Sunday brunch, couldn’t be any better, this year’s two stages offer low overlap and a chance to craft your weekend. So if you aren’t camping out for a particular set, you can enjoy the Pavilion and Chrysalis stages throughout the day while also seeing full sets by Cautious Clay, girl in red, LAUV, St. Vincent, Charli XCX, HAIM. And if you enjoy a different pace to your day, there are beer gardens with a wide selection of local and international beers on tap, a festival photo booth, art installations, and other activations to explore. See more here.
4. Weekend Getaway
Partnering with Rally, ATG is taking the hassle off of traveling by providing seven confirmed roundtrips locations in DC (Union Market, 9:30 Club, Dupont Circle, Eaton Hotel, Georgetown University, George Washington University, Pitchers) and one in Arlington, VA. See locations and reserve tickets here.
5. Club Pride party
All Things Go, and the Capital Pride Alliance are partnering to launch Club Pride, a third stage and dance party at the All Things Go Music Festival. Club Pride will feature special intimate artist performances, DJ sets, special guests, and more. See more here.