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Art Beat With Lauren Landau, Dec. 27

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R&B artist Candace Coles will bring some holiday cheer to Acre 121 tonight.
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  R&B artist Candace Coles will bring some holiday cheer to Acre 121 tonight.

Dec. 27: Candace Coles

You can enjoy some beats with your barbecue at Acre 121 tonight, where the soulful Candace Coles will play her 3rd Annual Holiday Celebration concert with support from emerging D.C. musicians, Maimouna Youssef, Christylez Bacon, Ishan Bilal, and many more! The show starts at 8 p.m., and you can do a good deed while you're at it by bringing your used books, which will benefit the Duke Ellington School of the Arts Theatre Department. Tickets cost $8 online, or $10 at the door. 

Dec. 27: Thrillbillys

For some rockabilly flavor, you can stomp your boots to The Thrillbillys tonight at Hill Country BBQ in D.C. The show starts at 8:30 p.m., and there's no cover charge.  

Music: "Winter Wonderland" by Beegie Adair

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