Washington D.C. is getting its own Starscape.
Called Fall Massive, the indoor electronic music festival, billed as DC's largest, is set for November 26 at RFK Stadium and boasts dozens of top DJs, including Moby, Diplo, Martin Solveig and Baltimore's own Scottie B.
The one-day festival, which starts at 4 p.m. and ends at 2 a.m., is from Steez Promo and Ultraworld, the promoters behind Starscape, which just celebrated its 13th year. Tickets, at $69.50, are on sale.
Bret Michaels, whose last performance in the area was at a private party in Fallston, will appear at a bigger stage December 14.
Michaels, who just released "Get Your Rock On," is charging $85 for the show at Rams Head on Stage in Annapolis. Tickets are already on sale.
G. Love and Special Sauce, who were one of the Artscape headliners earlier this year, will perform at Rams Head Live January 13.
G. Love released a new album, "Fixin' to Die,' earlier this year. Tickets, at $25, go on sale Friday.
Jeff Mangum, who just finished an extremely short tour that included two stops in Baltimore, has extended the run and will go out on the road again next year.
He'll perform January 27 at Washington's Lincoln Theater. Tickets, at $46.50, go on sale Friday.
Nada Surf, out with seventh album "The Stars Are Indifferent to Astronomy," are already announcing touring plans for next year. Their national tour starts in January and ends at the 9:30 Club April 10.
The alternative rock band band is celebrating its 15th year together. Ticket information was not included in the announcement.Copyright © 2015, Los Angeles Times