Foster the People, Young Thug and Galantis will headline the 2017 All Things Go Fall Classic music and food festival, making its highly anticipated return to Union Market (1309 5th Street, NE) for an all-new three-day festival experience, from Friday, October 6 through Sunday, October 8. The Grammy-nominated band, who broke out with the hit Pumped Up Kicks, the boundary-pushing Atlanta rapper and the Swedish electronic super duo lead an artfully curated lineup of more than 20 electronic, hip hop and alternative acts performing at the fourth annual festival that delivers a one-of-a-kind double dose of top-notch musical entertainment and a culinary experience fueled by D.C.’s most beloved food brands.
Featuring performances from Bleachers, Vince Staples, Cashmere Cat, The Knocks, Betty Who, Bearson, Foreign Air, FLETCHER, Now Now, Saba, jackLNDN, Kweku Collins, Jay IDK, Great Good Fine OK, Win And Woo, Innanet James, April + Vista and Young Futura, the 2017 Fall Classic will showcase the best of electronic, hip-hop and alternative music throughout the weekend. Single-day and three-day GA and VIP tickets can be purchased at www.allthingsgofallclassic.
Local favorite Union Market, with more than 40 artisanal food and drink vendors, will again play host to the Fall Classic, which is expected to draw a massive crowd to the sprawling retail and culinary district in northeast D.C. The 2017 Fall Classic’s new three-day format at Union Market will give live music fans the same unique festival experience of years past on a bigger, bolder scale with updated amenities, all-new activations and memorable VIP perks.
The All Things Go Fall Classic is one of the biggest festivals within Washington, D.C., and has previously featured artists such as Kygo, Empire of The Sun, Future Islands, Passion Pit, Tove Lo, Sylvan Esso, Sofi Tukker, Bishop Briggs and more. Past Fall Classic culinary partners include James Beard Award-nominated chef Erik Bruner Yang, Shake Shack, Takorean, Beefsteak, Timber Pizza Co., digital dining guide TheInfatuation.com and many more. The Fall Classic first hit D.C. in 2014 when D.C. natives Will Suter, Adrian Maseda, Stephen Vallimarescu and Zack Friendly made the jump from curating intimate club shows to booking a nationally recognized festival, featured in Billboard, VICE, Pitchfork, The Washington Post and other major media outlets.
ABOUT ALL THINGS GO: All Things Go is a D.C.-based music discovery website and event production company specializing in forward-thinking digital content and curated live experiences. All Things Go events bring together more than 15,000 concertgoers annually, in addition to the global audience AllThingsGoMusic.com