NEW YEARS EVE THROWDOWN at Asylum

NEW YEARS EVE THROWDOWN!

Live performances by Sitali & Sakrid (9-11pm)

Upstairs Hip Hop beats layed down by some our hottest DJ’s

Downstairs everything under the Rock & Roll sun brought to you by DJ Onis

2 Satallite champagne/beer bars with ice luges

Pole Dancing in the front window

Champagne toast @ midnight

$10 cover includes everything

The Legwarmers DC’s biggest 80’s Retro Dance Party at The State Theatre The Legwarmers DC’s biggest 80’s Retro Dance Party at The State Theatre

New Year’s Eve
The Legwarmers
80’s Retro Dance Party

Genre: 80’s Rock & Roll

Washington DC’s Premier 80’s Tribute Band.
Judging from the huge response we get every time they’re here, a lot of you find the same guilty pleasure we do in reliving the 80s. The big hair. The lacy ankle socks. And the music! You thought it was a forgettable decade, but the Legwarmers (great accessory, great band name) will make you remember each and every hit. Come out and Safety Dance like it’s 1985.

Saturday December 31 New Year’s Eve
Doors: 7 PM
Showtime 9 PM
Tickets: $25

Jammin’ Java New Years Celebration with Robbie Schaefer (from Eddie From Ohio), Todd and Melissa from Bliss Green

Saturday December 31 8PM $30
Jammin’ Java New Years Celebration with Robbie Schaefer (from Eddie From Ohio), Todd and Melissa from Bliss Green
Jammin’ Java will host a special New Year’s Eve celebration with a performance by Robbie Schaefer of Eddie from Ohio and Todd and Melissa from Bliss Green. The fun starts at 8pm with finger foods and party favors, and will climax with a champagne toast at midnight. Wear your dancing shoes and party hats because this is going to be a NYE for the ages. Buy your tickets in advance at www.jamminjava.com or at the counter at Jammin’ Java. The show will sell out, so plan ahead!

Adrienne Young and Little Sadie at Jammin’ Java

Friday December 30 $12 9:30PM! roots
Adrienne Young and Little Sadie
Adrienne Young is a seventh-generation native of Florida, born in Tallahassee and raised near Clearwater. She formed a jazz band at age 18 and toured within Florida but moved to Nashville to study at Belmont University and to surround herself with songwriters. In Nashville, she formed the duo Liters of Pop and played Nashville’s club scene, in addition to performing solo acoustic shows. While working as a temp, often on Nashville’s Music Row, she gathered enough money to start working on demos, which evolved into her debut album, Plow to the End of the Row. Each package included an envelope of wildflower seeds — a creative move that helped it earn a Grammy nomination for best recording package. She also won the Chris Austin songwriting competition at MerleFest 2003 in the bluegrass category. Her winning entry, “Sadie’s Song,” reconstructs the story of Little Sadie, the subject of a well-known bluegrass standard.

After finishing the first version of Plow to the End of the Row, Young formed a backing band, known as Little Sadie, and re-recorded the album with them. She released the album on her own label, AddieBelle Records and has appeared as a guest on National Public Radio’s All Things Considered. In 2005, she issued The Art of Virtue, also on her own label.