The Hamilton To Host Tedeschi Trucks Band Afterparties

By Jason Herman / January 30, 2018

There are two things known for certain that take place each February in Washington DC's music landscape, the Tedeschi Trucks Band performs at the Warner Theater and  The Hamilton, located less than two blocks away, hosts an afterparty where performances of legend are made.

To many music enthusiast the latter is not as well known. Although some secrets are better kept hushed and amongst friends, DC Music Review finds this afterparty too special of an event to keep secret.

To the delight of Tedeschi Trucks Band fans, the band decided to appear on two consecutive weekends in February 2018.  This four-night appearance marks Tedeschi Trucks Band's first residency in Washington, DC.

To mark this two weekend residency, The Hamilton has arranged for not one, but two afterparty events, one on each weekend, Saturday February 10th, and Friday February 16th with The Ron Holloway Band

Although DC Music Review cannot guarantee or predict who will jump on stage with The Ron Holloway Band, previous guests have included members of Tedeschi Trucks Band such as Susan Tedeschi, Kofi Burbridge, and Kebbi Williams.

Doors for each performance open at 11:30PM with the show starting at 11:59PM and going until the wee hours of the morning.

Performance Details

Performance Details



Saturday, February 10, 2018

Doors: 11:30 PM

Show: 11:59 PM

The Hamilton

600 14th Street NW

Washington, DC 20005

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Friday, February 16 2018

Doors: 11:30 PM

Show: 11:59 PM

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About the author

Jason Herman

A 24x7 member and Photo Editor of DC Music Review. Jason has been passionate about music since his earliest days and is especially excited about the music scene around his adopted hometown, Washington DC. With over 35 Grateful Dead and 80+ Phish shows, and countless music festivals under his belt, you can find him at concerts around the country but especially in his adopted hometown of Washington, D.C. Before turning his lens to music, Jason followed professional cyclists around the U.S. Domestic Circuit to the tallest mountains in Europe.