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Takoma Park Folk Festival

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Grove Stage, 7611 Piney Branch Rd, Takoma Park

I'm super excited to be back at the Takoma Park Folk Festival this year! I'll be performing a solo set on the Grove Stage from 2-2:50. This festival is free and family friendly and the music runs all day so I hope you can come out and say hello!

The 2023 Takoma Park Folk Festival (TPFF) is excited about presenting an in-person festival with multiple music stages and craft vendors in September 2023. This year's festival will be at Takoma Park Middle School and Lee Jordan Field on September 10th.

Dunnigans Speakeasy w/Seth Kibel Quintet

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Bel Air Armory, 37 N Main Street, Bel Air

Advanced tickets are required for this special event, featuring open bar, "funny money" gambling, food, and more! Brought to you by the Bel Air Downtown Alliance. More info here:

We'll be providing the music!

Seth Kibel -- clarinet, flute, saxophone Flo Anito -- vocals Ellington Carthan -- piano Blake Meister -- double bass Nick Ruggieri -- drums $120 per person


USDA Farmers Market - solo busking gig

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USDA Farmer's Market, Corner of Independence Ave and 14th ST SW , Washington

I'm happy to be playing this solo busking gig at the USDA Farmer's Market! This market is down by the National Mall so it's a great place to grab some lunch and listen to some tunes, if you work downtown! This show is free and friendly (though tips are appreciated).

ridays, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. (June 2 – September 29)

Located outside USDA Headquarters on the corner of Independence and 14th Street S.W., Washington, DC 20250.

The market is easily accessible by public transportation using Metrobus, Metrorail or Capital Bikeshare. On Metrorail: Take the Metro to the Smithsonian Station (Orange/Blue/Silver Line). The USDA Farmers Market is across the street from either Metro exit. For more public transportation options, see The Capital Bikeshare stations located near the USDA Farmers Market are Bike Stations 31248 and 31217.

The USDA Farmers Market on the National Mall is the Department’s own “living laboratory” for farmers market operations across the country. The market offers an opportunity to more than 30 farmers, ranchers and small food businesses to sell their products directly to those who work, live and visit the Nation’s Capital. Shoppers can find organic produce, fresh cut flowers, homemade breads, and locally made foods – from cheeses to dog treats. Breakfast and lunch options are plentiful, too.