Live music returns to D.C.
Live music has returned to Washington — but curtains aren’t up on normal life quite yet. Months ago, as audience-starved bands announced tours, prospective concertgoers hungrily snatched up tickets.
Then the coronavirus’s delta variant threw a curveball, prompting venues to modify reopening plans and some artists to cancel their tours.
After being closed for 17 months due to the pandemic, the venerable D.C. music venue reopens. Big Tony and Trouble Funk again perform at the 9:30 Club.