Band Camp Benefit hits the Black Cat Main Stage

Soul & rock quintet The CooLots will headline

Band Camp Benefit hits the Black Cat Main Stage

Organizers of the third annual Band Camp Benefit announced all-female soul and rock quintet The CooLots will headline the Black Cat's Main Stage on Friday, July 5 to raise money for a community organization that empowers young women through music.

Tickets are $12. The show is all ages. One hundred percent of proceeds benefit Girls Rock! DC.

“We are thrilled to participate in Band Camp Benefit and support local female musicians,” said Annie Lipsitz, Girls Rock! DC development director. "And their support at events like this help make it possible to continue our summer rock camp program."

Band Camp Benefit gearing up for Round II at Acre 121

Anti girl-band Mzry Loves Company will headline

Band Camp Benefit gearing up for Round II at Acre 121

Anti girl-band Mzry Loves Company will headline alongside DC dancerock band Glitterlust at Acre 121 on Saturday, June 2 as part of a six-band showcase that will raise money for this summer's annual Girls Rock! DC music camp for young women.

The show begins at 9 p.m. and will feature a bevy of lady rockers who play all styles, from acoustic and rock to dance and hip-hop. This year's line-up also includes acoustic duo Frankie & Betty, Baltimore-based blues trio More AM Than FM, seasoned alt-rock band G.U.T.S. with Tiik, and Nikki Smith with members of her band J Street.