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All bands play 6-9 p.m. Saturdays or 4-7 p.m. Sundays unless otherwise noted.
Sunday, June 5 — Dave Chappell Trio Fronted by D.C. native and master of the telecaster Dave Chappell, winner of multiple WAMMIE awards for roots rock instrumentalist.
Sunday, June 12 — Hula Monsters American music from the western shore of the Aloha state of Maryland.
Sunday, June 19 — Swangbang Rooted in the blues and covering a vast expanse of American recorded music, from swing jazz to hip hop.
Sunday, June 26 — The Nighthawks
Sunday, July 3 — Hyattsville Jazz Collective
Sunday, July 10 — Jess Eliot Myhre and Kelly Dillon We can’t tell you who Jess and Kelly are exactly. Could be your neighbors, harmonious singers of Americana melodies, multi-instrumentalist songwriters — or all of these things. Prepare to be surprised.
Saturday, July 16 — Return of Poolapalooza, the Poolio music festival, 3 p.m. to 9 p.m. Lineup, in order of appearance: Peggy Brennan Band, Riggs Family, Bled Through, Blue Plains, Hensforth, Wild Anacostias.
Saturday, July 30 — Makeup Girl A new generation of Poolio musicianship.
Saturday, August 6 — The Fuss Ska, rocksteady, and early reggae sounds shaped by the music of 1960’s Jamaica and the British Mod scene.
Sunday, August 14 — Proverbs Reggae Band Roots rock reggae spreading positive vibes.
Saturday, August 20 —Pablo Regis, cavaco player, singer and percussionist performing Brazilian music.
Saturday, August 27 — Ruthie and the Wranglers Americana roots music, best described by Ruthie herself: “Loretta Lynn meets the Ramones at Dick Dale party!”
June 25: Clue
Game night starts at 6. Movie starts at sundown.
Start times vary based on when the sun sets.