One of Washington, D.C.'s newest performance venues, The Anthem welcomes guests to the energetic D.C. Waterfront and invites them in to a truly unique performance experience.

Situated on the shores of the D.C. Waterfront, this scenic performance space is perfectly suited for all kinds of events. This March, The Anthem welcomes a wide variety of musical artists—and even an Esports team!

Demot Kennedy | March 4

This Irish singer-songwriter will grace the stage at The Anthem, kicking off March's lineup. Known for his recent hit, "Outnumbered," Dermot Kennedy has a rhythmic style that blends Irish folk with rock to create a unique vibe. Also performing with him is SYML.

Washington Justice Overwatch Homestead II | March 7–8

Esports followers and enthusiasts should plan to head to The Anthem for this two-day event! Washington Justice, a local Esports team, will play for their fans and compete with others in the Overwatch League for a chance at victory.

Nathaniel Rateliff | March 14

Showcasing his new album, "And It's Still Alright," Nathaniel Rateliff brings his folksy, blues style rhythms to The Anthem. You can relax as his smooth voice and stunning melodies fill the air. Also performing with him is Sam Evian and Hannah Cohen.

Sturgill Simpson: A Good Look'n Tour w/ Special Guest Tyler Childers | March 15–16

Sturgill Simpson, one of country music's genre-benders, is heading to The Anthem to showcase his new album A Good Look. Also performing with him is Tyler Childers, who is known as another revolutionary country music star. This team-up is sure to be a memorable experience.

Keane | March 27

Known for their worldwide hit "Somewhere Only We Know," Keane heads to The Anthem. The English rock band entices audiences around the globe, and now they'll head to Washington, D.C., to do the same, featuring their new album Cause and Effect. Also performing with them is Saint Sister.

The Anthem is located at 901 Wharf Street, Washington, D.C., and is accessible by Metro, within walking distance of L'Enfant Plaza and the Waterfront stops.