All Things Go Fall Classic Announce This Year's Performers
October isn’t just about sipping pumpkin spice lattes and throwing on your favorite outrageous costume to celebrate Halloween. On October 12 and 13, music fans will travel all across the globe to be in attendance for Washington D.C.’s All Things Go Fall Classic. The festival will feature some of the biggest names in the industry.
All Things Go started off as a tiny music blog in 2006, and has since expanded as one of the true leaders on the festival circuit. In a previous interview with Huffpost in 2016, Will Suter—one of the co-founders of All Things Go—detailed the miraculous evolution of his company.
“From an organizational standpoint, starting as two guys, to now having a whole staff of writers for the site is pretty crazy. It allowed us to grow. It’s been cool to be a journalistic and editorial destination. We work really closely with Spotify. It’s been an incredible growth,” Suter said.
This year’s impressive lineup includes Scottish synth-pop trio CHVRCHES, LANY, Allie X, and fan-favorite Betty Who. Previous Fall Classic’s have seen Passion Pit, Carly Rae Jepsen, Empire of the Sun, Billie Eilish, Misterwives, and EDM superstars Galantis perform in front of rabid crowds.
The two day music and food festival will showcase an all female lineup on Sunday, which coincides with a partnership with She Is The Music, a global nonprofit organization with an aim to have more women working inside of the music industry, seeking inclusivity and equality. How’s that for a serious case of girl power? Can Music & Mojitos please get a “Yass, Queens?”
The annual Fall Classic has only grown since its inception in 2014. Every year, more than 15,000 concertgoers come together to celebrate the very best in forward-thinking music, and this year’s festivities should be no different. Fans can expect to hear songs like “Some Kinda Wonderful” and “Leave a Trace” in all of their upbeat, poppy glory.
You can purchase tickets to the All Things Go Fall Classic, which takes place in D.C.’s Union Market, here.