Monday, November 28, 2016

Tree House Lounge to Host Final Show Dec. 3


Trinidad's Tree House Lounge (1006 Florida Ave.) will hold its final shows on Dec. 2 and 3. The tiny live music venue has hosted local and regional bands, as well as touring performers from all over. Tree House Lounge opened in April of 2013, kicking things off with a blues workshop. Since that time the Tree House has welcomed a vide variety of music acts and genres to their intimate space over the years. The owners have indicated that they intend to offer the space for lease as a bar and restaurant. The line up for the final nights appears below for those who might like to say goodbye.

Friday Dec. 2 
$10 cover

Danni Baylor (7–7:50 p.m.)
Hungry for Monday (8–8:40 p.m.)
MadBrenda (9–9:35 p.m.)
Small Group (10–10:50 p.m.)
Loose Seals (11–11:50 p.m.)

Saturday Dec. 3
$10 cover

Exoplanets (6:30–7:15 p.m.)
The Cubicles (7:45–8:45 p.m.)
A Shrewdness of Apes (9–9:35 p.m.
Boss Company (9:45–10:20 p.m.)
Pony Bones (10:30–11:05 p.m.)
The House You Grew Up (11–11:50 p.m.)


Anonymous said...

Another in a series of closing DC businesses I would have visited had I known they existed.

Anonymous said...

looking forward to the new small plates tapas place that's going to open up there, complete with artisanal cheese tastings.

Annoyingmous said...


My honey and I went there on occasion -- nice nights listening to bands we'd never heard of and probably never would again. There are seemingly very few places like that in DC, doing their best to help out the *local* music scene, and this one was in walking distance.

Now it'll be replaced with yet another faux-hip bar or a restaurant with locally-sourced sustainably-raised artisanally-crafted ice cubes. Until that place dies too because the location doesn't get much foot traffic.


Anonymous said...

The owners stupidity and cluelessness as to how to run a business is the reason that this place is closing.