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Posted at 9:30 AM ET, 10/ 4/2007

Nightlife Agenda Pick of the Week

By Fritz Hahn

It's a good thing that the 9:30 Club doesn't have a marquee, because there's no way the following would fit: Gypsy Eyes Records, ESL Music, the Federal Reserve, Proper Topper and the DC Public Library Foundation Present A Fund Raiser for the DC Public Library System, featuring performances by Federico Aubele (listen), Child Ballads (listen), Revival (listen), Vandaveer (listen), John Bustine (listen), Rose (listen), Kitty Hawk (listen), These United States (listen), DJs Yellow Fever and ESL Music DJs Will Griffin and Stone. So basically you've got the entire Gypsy Eyes roster, frequent Thievery Corporation collaborator/rising dub-lounge star Aubele and the ragged folk of office faves Child Ballads teaming together to raise money for local libraries on Friday night. We can get behind that. Who knows how long each act will be on stage? Who knows what the order will be? Who knows if there will be on-stage collaborations? When it's for charity, these kinds of questions can tend to go unanswered and people can't really get too angry.

This is just one of many going-out options in this week's Nightlife Agenda column, which also has details of the Brickskeller's 50th birthday celebration, zombie movies, Oktoberfest events, T-Pain, a band from New Zealand, and parties tied to the Reel Affirmations and Asian Pacific American film festivals.

By Fritz Hahn  | October 4, 2007; 9:30 AM ET
Categories:  Bars and Clubs, Music  
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It make feel all warm and fuzzy to see that Blocktober Fest is at RFK! I can actually go places and do things without running into overgrown frat boys!

Posted by: Ballston | October 4, 2007 10:28 AM | Report abuse

Do you have any information from the club regarding set times?

Posted by: southwester | October 5, 2007 2:40 PM | Report abuse

Hey southwester, here's what the 9:30 Club says:

Everybody is slated for 15 - 20 minute sets.

7:30 DJ Stone and Will Griffin
8:40 These United States
9:00 Vandaveer
9:20 Revival
9:40 Federico Aubele
10:00 John Bustine
10:20 Rose
10:40 Kitty Hawk
11:00 Child Ballads
11:20 DJs Yellow Fever
11:00 Child Ballads
11:20 DJs Yellow Fever

Posted by: David | October 5, 2007 3:26 PM | Report abuse

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