The Club at Studio K

Bilal: Valentine’s Day Residency

Studio K

With an eclectic and energetic style that draws from gospel, jazz, soul, blues, and Hip Hop, Grammy®-winning vocalist Bilal returns to the Kennedy Center for a two-day Valentine’s Day residency. From his 2001 major label debut First Born Second to his 2015 release In Another Life, Bilal has proven to be one of music’s most dynamic artists.

Feb. 13 - 14, 2020

Production Information

  • Genre

    Music

  • Price Range

    $35.00 – $69.00

  • Runtime

    TBA

A black and white photo of Bilal leaning against an outdoor wall

Eli Castro

Program

About

With an eclectic and energetic style that draws from gospel, jazz, soul, blues, and Hip Hop, Grammy®-winning vocalist Bilal returns to the Kennedy Center for a two-day Valentine’s Day residency. From his 2001 major label debut First Born Second to his 2015 release In Another Life, Bilal has proven to be one of music’s most dynamic artists.

About the Club at Studio K
The Club at Studio K is D.C.’s newest destination to experience the very best in contemporary music and culture. Showcasing a dynamic mix of rising stars and highly celebrated artists working in the genres of comedy, contemporary music, Hip Hop, jazz, and new music in an intimate setting, the Club at Studio K is a creative hub and hang space for artists and audiences alike.

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