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Posted at 5:50 PM ET, 07/15/2010

Listen: Chopteeth, Sin Miedo and Funk Ark

By David Malitz

Michael Shereikis is the creative force behind local Afrofunk group Chopteeth. (Photo by C.L. Kunst / Clicks Photography)

You have one last chance to enjoy some fabulous, free music under the stars at one of D.C.'s most beautiful venues, courtesy of The Washington Post. The final installment of's Weekend Summer Concerts is called "International Beat Night" and you'll understand why if you attend. Headliners Chopteeth - all dozen of them - play an invigorating brand of Afrobeat that also draws on rumba, reggae and funk. Sin Miedo is long-established as one of the area's best salsa bands. And openers Funk Ark are quickly establishing themselves as one of the city's best sweat-producing acts.

Below, listen to music by all three acts. And pick up your tickets Friday at the Carter Barron box office (16th Street and Colorado Avenue NW), beginning at noon, or at The Washington Post (1150 15th St. NW), beginning at 8:30 a.m.

"Struggle" - Chopteeth

"Estoy Enamorado" - Sin Miedo

Funk Ark

By David Malitz  | July 15, 2010; 5:50 PM ET
Categories:  Music  
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