Coronavirus Update – 03/27/20

While we wake up every day looking forward to welcoming fans into our venues, D.C.’s Mayor Muriel Bowser has understandably extended the ban on large gatherings through April 25th in an effort to slow the spread of Covid-19.

The health of our employees, patrons, community and artists is paramount. We’re hoping everyone takes the precautions health experts have been sharing. Social distancing is hard, but scientists explain it’s for the greater good, benefitting the most vulnerable among us (and our grandparents). We take that responsibility seriously, as difficult as that it.

We are postponing all I.M.P. events scheduled through April 25th at 9:30 Club, Lincoln Theatre and The Anthem, as well as 9:30 Club Presents at U Street Music Hall. In addition, some shows beyond that date have decided to postpone or cancel. We are actively updating our websites and social media pages as changes take place.

If you have tickets to upcoming shows, we will make you aware of any changes to that show. If you’re unable to attend on the new date, you may request tickets to another show of similar value or a full refund. If the show is canceled, a full refund will be made to the purchaser. Refunds may take some time – we ask for your patience and understanding as we navigate the unprecedented number of show changes.

D.C. Government is prohibiting all nonessential businesses from opening, so our box offices are now closed. Please contact us at boxoffice@930.com for ticketing issues/questions, or at human@930.com for everything else.

Stay safe. Be good to yourself and others (by staying in if at all possible). We look forward to seeing everyone soon.

Here are the shows that have been impacted; please view each venue’s website for additional information and keep checking back for further updates.

9:30 Club
• Radical Face on March 12 is cancelled
• The Motet & TAUK is now on May 14, 2020
• Dashboard Confessional is postponed, new date TBD
• ZZ Ward is postponed, new date TBD
• Best Coast is now on September 19, 2020
• Railroad Earth is postponed, new date TBD
• Caribou is postponed, new date TBD
• L’Impératrice is now on February 26, 2021
• Blunts & Blondes is postponed, new date TBD
• Soccer Mommy is postponed, new date TBD
• Bruno Major is now on October 11, 2020
• Poliça is postponed, new date TBD
• Third Eye Blind is now on July 13, 2020
• Leslie Odom Jr. is postponed, new date TBD
• Manic Focus + Mersiv is postponed, new date TBD
• Minnesota is postponed, new date TBD
• Pussy Riot is postponed, new date TBD
• The Glitch Mob on April 5 is cancelled
• Deafheaven is postponed, new date TBD
• Aterciopelados & Los Amigos Invisibles is now on August 12
• Delta Rae is now on July 16, 2020
• They Might Be Giants is now on December 12, 2020
• The Lone Bellow is postponed, new date TBD
• Little Dragon is postponed, new date TBD
• Margaret Glaspy is postponed, new date TBD
• Dabin is postponed, new date TBD
• DiscoBENT is now on July 4, 2020
• Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real is postponed, new date TBD
• Hot Country Knights on April 20 is cancelled
• Real Estate is postponed, new date TBD
• King Krule is now on December 13, 2020
• Waxahatchee is now on October 4, 2020 at Lincoln Theatre
• Shallou is postponed, new date TBD
• Joywave is now on August 29, 2020 (Early)
• ARCA is postponed, new date TBD
• Ali Gatie is postponed, new date TBD
• Ryan Beatty on May 7 is cancelled
• Jacob Collier is postponed, new date TBD
• Still Woozy is postponed
• Luttrell is now on August 29, 2020 (Late)
• Girl Talk is postponed

The Anthem
• Nathaniel Rateliff is now on July 31, 2020
• Keane on March 27 is cancelled
• DC Brewer’s Ball on March 28 is cancelled
• Washington Justice Overwatch Homestand III on April 4 and April 5 is cancelled
• The Beach Boys is now on December 1, 2020
• Big Gigantic on April 11 is cancelled
• Dead Can Dance is postponed, new date TBD
• for King & Country is now on June 11, 2020 and June 12, 2020
• Sturgill Simpson is postponed

Lincoln Theatre
• Brian Fallon is now on July 17, 2020
• Whindersson Nunes is postponed, new date TBD
• Jorge Drexler is now on August 21, 2020
• Blood Orange is cancelled
• Letterkenny is postponed, new date TBD
• Who? Weekly Live is postponed, new date TBD
• The Lily’s Nora Knows What To Say is postponed, new date TBD
• NPR’s Ask Me Another is postponed, new date TBD
• The 2020 Wammie Awards on March 29 are cancelled
• Welcome to Night Vale is postponed, new date TBD
• Colin Hay is now on April 3, 2021
• Walk Off The Earth is now on August 22, 2020
• They Might Be Giants on April 8 and 9, is now on December 10 and December 11, 2020, respectively
• Last Podcast on the Left is now on August 6, 2020
• La Voix is now on October 2, 2020
• Fortune Feimster is postponed, new date TBD
• Jens Lekman on April 22 is cancelled
• Kurt Vile with Cate Le Bon is now on September 15, 2020
• Hater’s Roast on April 25 is cancelled
• MIKA on May 5 is cancelled

9:30 Presents at U Street Music Hall
• Tall Heights is now on June 3, 2020
• City of the Sun is now on June 5, 2020
• Mondo Cozmo is postponed, new date TBD
• Dayglow is postponed, new date TBD
• Colony House is postponed, new date TBD
• Dorian Electra is postponed, new date TBD
• Beach Bunny is postponed, new date TBD
• Lauren Sanderson is postponed, new date TBD
• Avi Kaplan is postponed, new date TBD
• Allie X is postponed, new date TBD
• Bear Hands on April 10 is cancelled
• Allan Rayman is postponed, new date TBD
• TOMM¥ €A$H is postponed, new date TBD
• Flora Cash is now on July 31, 2020
• Vundabar is postponed, new date TBD
• M. Ward on April 18 is cancelled
• The Warning is postponed, new date TBD
• Yves Tumor is postponed, new date TBD
• Delta Spirit is now on July 28, 2020
• Overcoats is postponed, new date TBD
• Brendan Benson is postponed, new date TBD
• Sammy Rae & The Friends is now on June 4, 2020
• U.S. Girls on May 5 is cancelled
• Hinds is now on November 4, 2020