Artists like Foster the People, Bleachers, Young Thug, and Galantis will be tearing up the stage this weekend at the All Things Go Fall Classic.

Looking for something fun to do this weekend? Check out a music festival right here in the District! This weekend's All Things Go Fall Classic will bring artists from all different genres to the heart of Union Market. Whether you want to spend one day seeing your favorite groups and artists, or make a fun weekend out of it, here's your guide to what's in store October 6–8, and how you can score a chance to be a part of all the fun. The All Things Go Fall Classic will take place in D.C.’s Union Market (309 5th Street NE). There is limited car/bike parking, but luckily the festival is accessible by the metro (Red Line- NoMa/Gallaudet stop) or bus via the U St-Garfield lines (90, 92, and 93). all things go The event is rain or shine. Feel free to bring blankets and cameras (non-professional), but no tents, selfie sticks, pets, or chairs. The food lineup, which is sponsored by UberEats, includes &pizza, Buredo (burrito-sized sushi rolls), Takorean (Korean), and Sweetgreen, to name a few. Ticket holders will be able to shop official band and festival merchandise as well as partake in the bars and concessions located throughout the venue. 
Things kick off on Friday at 4 p.m. with Bearson, jackLNDN, The Knocks, Win and Woo, and Galantis. Saturday's lineup includes the likes of Innanet James, Kweku Collins, Saba, Cashmere Cat, Vince Staples, and Young Thug. And some of the biggest names in the music industry perform on Sunday, with Young Futura, Fletcher, and Foreign Air performing during the day, and Betty Who, Bleachers, and Foster the People closing out the festival at night. [gallery size="medium" ids="3593,3592,3591"] A general admission ticket for one day will cost you around $74, or you can get tickets for the whole weekend, which cost $169. VIP tickets (which include premium viewing, dedicated bathrooms, complimentary food, exclusive cash bar, and a festival merch package) will run you about $150 for a day and $250 for the whole weekend. Kids ages 10 and under are free. For more information and a chance to purchase your tickets, go to

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