All Things Go, Washington D.C’s largest music festival, has returned for its ninth year of bringing some of music’s biggest names together for an unforgettable weekend. Spanning from September 30th to October 1st, All Things Go will once again be celebrated in the Merriweather Post Pavilion in Columbia, Maryland, each day having more than fifteen artists playing from two different stages. Headlining the first day is pop icon Maggie Rogers, along with Carly Rae Jepsen — who’s returning for her second appearance since 2018 — and Mt. Joy. Additionally, up-and-coming indie acts like Last Dinosaurs and Sudan Archives are sharing the Pavillion with all-time favorites like Dayglow and Lizzy McAlpine.
The next day brings even more musical magic with headlining acts by Lana Del Rey and Boygenius. Artists like Alex G and Ethel Cain, with their widespread cult followings, will also play to the 20,000 population capacity that the Pabillion can hold. Having recently been openers for Taylor Swift’s The Eras Tour, Beabadoobee and MUNA are also set to perform at the festival, showcasing All Things Go’s specialty of producing female-forward lineups.
After switching from venue to venue, All Things Go has not only secured a spot at one of the country’s greatest venues but also solidified its commitment to great music with a lineup that manages to bring together for a truly unique experience.