The Thursday Night Open Mic at the longest running live music venue in Montgomery County. 2013 Washingtonian Magazine - Great Places to Drink - "...where locals gather for a raucous good time..". Yup and Yup. But you gotta strap up and come down.
Thursday Night Open Mic with Charlie Plunkett - Second Tuesday
John V's Open Mic. Third Thursday.
Thursday Night Open Mic at the Outta The Way Cafe. First day of spring and the fourth week of the month. That can only mean open mic at the Outta the Way hosted by yours truely and my gang of friends, Stoney Johnstone, Mike Queen and Alan Main. We'll be kickin it at 8:30 and we'll be doing a few tribute tunes for Chuck. Bring your ax of choice, your voice or just come to hear some of the best musicians in the area.
The Thursday Night Open Mic at the Outta The Way Cafe
The Thursday Night Open Mic at the Outta The Way Cafe is legend.
Washingtonian Magazine calls the Outta The Way one of the
"Best Unexpected Places to See Live Music" in the Metro area.
Started with John Harbison, we’ve blended decades of love for live and local music. Each week a different host will bring a different flair, a different way for both seasoned and budding musicians to enjoy playing at the Outta the Way. On the fifth Thursday, we bring Singers and Songwriters together to celebrate original, acoustic music.
We'll have the drum kit and sound systems set up for you to come in and play, so just a few suggestions: play what you love, don't overwhelm us with the size of your sound, like us on Facebook and bring 100 of your closest friends.