Railroad Earth Plays Two at 9:30 Club This Weekend

By Jason Herman / February 23, 2018

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Railroad Earth visits the 9:30 Club in Washington, DC this weekend as part of their thirty-date 2018 Winter Tour.

Railroad Earth's  name was inspired by Jack Kerouac's short story "October in the Railroad Earth." This six-piece jamgrass band is no stranger to the 9:30 Club as they have performed at this venue every year since 2013 and will perform two nights there this coming weekend.

Opening for Railroad Earth  is sacred steel guitar virtuoso Roosevelt Collier.

To borrow from Jack Kerouac's inspiration, DC Music Review recommends that you get on the road and go see Railroad Earth this weekend.  

(Editor's Note: If you have not read Jack Kerouac's book On The Road, you should read this defining work of Kerouac and the Beat & Counterculture movement of the 1950's.)



  • Tickets for Friday are available here.
  • Tickets for Saturday are available here.
  • Two day passes are available here.

Looking to the Summer

Although it is still winter, you may already be making plans for summer. If you find yourself out in Colorado this August or need an excuse to make it to the greater Denver area, look no further than this.  Railroad Earth performs with Fruition on Friday, August 17 at Boulder Theater before performing the following night at Red Rocks Amphitheatre .

  • If you want to purchase tickets to the Boulder Theater, they are only available as part of a two day pass which you can purchase here
  • Purchase Tickets to Red Rocks Amphitheatre here.
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.