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Here Are the Set Times for All Things Go’s Fall Classic

You won't want to miss this.

All Things Go Fall Classic in DC. Photo courtesy of Dannia Hakki.

The All Things Go Fall Classic is coming up on Saturday, October 8, and its much-anticipated set times have just been released. The festival will be at Yards Park at the Capitol Riverfront starting at 11:30 AM. You can still grab general admission or VIP tickets starting at $75.

Previous headliners include KYGO and Tove Lo. It all started when four DC locals Will Suter, Adrian Maseda, Stephen Vallimarescu, and Zack Friendly created a music blog called All Things Go and decided to bring it to the main stage. Hipsters, All Things Go were fans of the Chainsmokers and Haim even before you probably were. In 2014, they held the first Fall Classic, and it’s grown into one of the largest music festivals in the District.

Can’t wait? Here’s the schedule:

11:30 AM: Doors Open

12 PM: Ace Cosgrove

1 PM: Sofi Tukker

2 PM: POP ETC

3 PM: Bishop Briggs

4 PM: Christine and the Queens

5:15 PM: Sylvan Esso

7 PM: Passion Pit

8:45 PM: Empire of the Sun

The Fall Classic won’t disappoint when it comes to food either: Timber Pizza and Takorean will be offering band-themed items like the “Squash Venessa” pizza and the “Empire of the Ssam” taco. Check out the rest of the food line up here.

Yummy personal pizzas by Timber Pizza. Photo courtesy of Dannia Hakki.
Yummy personal pizzas by Timber Pizza. Photo courtesy of Dannia Hakki.

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Rosa joined Washingtonian in 2016 after graduating from Mount Holyoke College. She covers arts and culture for the magazine. She’s written about anti-racism efforts at Woolly Mammoth Theatre, dinosaurs in the revamped fossil hall at the Smithsonian’s Natural History Museum, and the horrors of taking a digital detox. When she can, she performs with her family’s Puerto Rican folkloric music ensemble based in Jersey City. She lives in Adams Morgan.