7 Upcoming Concerts for College Park Students

1. The Kooks at Rams Head Live, Oct. 8 for $25

Photo courtesy of thekooks.com
Photo courtesy of thekooks.com

Known for their distinct post-punk revival sound, The Kooks are back. The British rock back, known for hits like “She Moves inHer Own Way” and “Junk of the Heart,” formed in 2004.


2. Allen Stone at 9:30 Club,  Oct. 7 for $25

Photo courtesy of allenstone.com
Photo courtesy of allenstone.com

From his ever-soulful lyricism to his brilliant acoustic style, Allen Stone is sure to put on a good show. His new album, co-produced with Swedish artist Magnus Tingsek, is set to release later this year.


3. Foxygen at 9:30 Club,  Oct. 5 for $20

Photo courtesy of jagjaguwar.com
Photo courtesy of jagjaguwar.com

Jonathan Rado and Sam France formed Foxygen in 2005 at only 15 years old. Their third record is set to release  Oct. 14.


4. The Orwells at The Black Cat, Oct. 14 for $15

Photo courtesy of theorwells.com
Photo courtesy of theorwells.com

The Orwells formed in high school and graduated early in 2013 to pursue their musical careers. Even at such a young age, however, they have already performed with big acts like the Arctic Monkeys.


5. The Asteroids Galaxy Tour at The Howard Theatre, Oct. 23  for $15

Photo courtesy of theasteroidsgalaxytour.com
Photo courtesy of theasteroidsgalaxytour.com

With a groovy sound reminiscent of 70s dance music, this Danish pop band is celebrating the release of its new album titled “Bring Us Together.”


6. Bombay Bicycle Club at 9:30 Club, Oct. 19 for $30

Photo courtesy of bombaybicycleclubmusic.com
Photo courtesy of bombaybicycleclubmusic.com

Bombay Bicycle Club is not just a band – it’s an innovation. Its members are probably some of the most creative individuals in the world, creating hypnotic music and album covers just as mesmerizing.


7. Cloud Nothings at 9:30 Club, Oct. 4 for $18

Photo courtesy of thelineofbestfit.com
Photo courtesy of thelineofbestfit.com

Cloud Nothings, a three-piece, lo-fi, post-grunge garage band, is on their way to D.C. to sing songs about hopelessness and “staying useless.”

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