Watch Priests, Dirty Projectors, Waxahatchee, Ted Leo, & More Play DC Anti-Fascism Protest

Donald Trump was unable to secure any relevant musical talent for his inauguration festivities, but a wealth of today’s best musicians took the stage in DC to protest him on Inauguration Day. No Thanks: A Night Of Anti-Fascist Sounds In The Capital Of The USA went down at the Black Cat featuring performances by Priests, David Longstreth of Dirty Projectors, Katie Crutchfield of Waxahatchee, ​Sadie Dupuis of Speedy Ortiz and Sad13, Ted Leo, Pure Disgust, Flasher, Free Children Of Earth, Evan Greer, Marc Ribot, Aflo-Centric, Mellow Diamond, Annie Stokes Band, Jonny Grave, Abby Martin, Ruby Corado, Kevin Erickson, and the Irreversible Ways Ensemble (Luke Stewart, Camae Ayewa, Mark Cisneros, Keir Neuringer, Jamal Moore, Anthony Pirog, Janel Leppin, Ian McColm). Check out footage from the event below.

Priests.

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Dirty Projectors now

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Guided by liberals// hi @waxa_katie

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Ted Leo and the Pharmacists

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Priests #nothanks

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Sadie playing Speedy Ortiz songs solo

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Pure Disgust

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Democracy looks like this, too.

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Marc Ribot #nothanks

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Always a pleasure to see Priest (@insta_priests ) at the #nothanks concert. #blackcatdc

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