Drive By Truckers AFTER PARTY Featuring, The Beanstalk Library

Pearl Street Warehouse Presents

Drive By Truckers AFTER PARTY Featuring, The Beanstalk Library

Fri · February 8, 2019

Doors: 10:30 pm / Show: 10:45 pm



This event is 21 and over

This is a FREE show.

NO Tickets are required for this show.

Seating is limited & first come first serve

RSVP appreciated.

RSVP does not guarantee a seat at a table

Drive By Truckers show AFTER PARTY Featuring
Please join us at Pearl Street Warehouse after the Drive By Truckers show at Anthem as we keep the party going with a live performance from DC / VA favorite The Beanstalk Library!
The Beanstalk Library
The Beanstalk Library
The Beanstalk Library has built a loyal following in the Washington, DC area and along the east coast with passionate and adventurous live performances. Their two full-length albums America At Night and The View From Here have drawn accolades from, among others, The Washington Post, who called their music "timeless" and compared it to Big Star. The band proudly continued this tradition with the release of the 2016 EP Returns, and is currently writing and recording its third full-length album.

The Beanstalk Library has headlined stages at festivals including The Kingman Island Bluegrass & Folk Festival, the Del Ray Music Festival, and the Fete de la Musique at the French Embassy. From 2012 until its untimely closing in 2017 they hosted an annual New Year's Eve bash at the venerable IOTA Club & Cafe in Arlington, VA.

"These guys sound as wholesome and American as a warm apple pie in a green field during the summertime, only they rock a little harder. Basically, if Tom Petty decided to jam with My Morning Jacket, you might get a group that sounds like the Beanstalk Library." --Ted Maider, Consequence of Sound

"Songs like 'Fake It' and 'Elephantitis' burst out of the speakers, bright and jangly guitars at the forefront, supported by piano, horns and cascading backing vocals. 'America at Night' is rooted more in classic rock than '90s alt-rock and that helps give the songs a timeless feel -- this is simply well-written, well-performed, well-produced music." --David Malitz, The Washington Post

"TBL makes well-crafted pop-rock music with deft songwriting, hard-hitting drums, full guitar/bass sound and flourishes from violin and keys for a mature sound that’s criminally underrated in DC these days."--Paul Vodra, Hometown Sounds

Smithsonian Year of Music

In April 2018, Secretary Skorton announced 2019 will be the Smithsonian Year of Music, an Institution-wide initiative to increase public engagement, advance understanding, and connect communities in Washington, D.C., across the nation, and around the globe. The Smithsonian Year of Music will highlight and share our vast musical holdings, bringing together our resources in history, art, culture, science, and education.

The Smithsonian Year of Music will feature “365 Days of Music at the Smithsonian” with a variety of music-related activities: performances, music releases, exhibitions, workshops, educational programs, lectures, films, and conferences. The 2019 Smithsonian Folklife Festival (June 26 to 30 and July 3 to 7, 2019 on the National Mall) will focus on the “Social Power of Music.”

Launch your exploration of music at the Smithsonian at and stay tuned for special performances and events, highlighted programming and collections, partners and collaborations. Much more to come!
Venue Information:
Pearl Street Warehouse
33 Pearl St SW
Washington, DC, 20024